Why Mental Health?
In today's world, most of us have a busy lifestyle; trying to achieve as much as possible while juggling between work, social life, family and more. These are not possible without healthy mental well-being. Here is where jewellery pieces can come into play to assist you on the daily.
You are what you wear.
Jewellery pieces not only spice up your look; it also represents your personality and can serve as a symbol of empowerment. We want you to wear our jewellery pieces feeling extra confident and be reminded of empowering thoughts whenever you are wearing them. For people who believe in the power of natural gemstones like us, can especially harness the power that each unique gemstone emits.
Besides making use of gemstones and jewellery designs, we also want to provide you with content that supports your mental health and supports your well being. Reading more empowering material often can charge you with positive vibrations and energy, and train your emotional strength to combat with difficult moments. We want to create a community of people who are passionate about promoting self-love and an attitude of service, especially during tough times like this year. By purchasing, you are not only supporting us, the NGOs we are donating to, you are also supporting a movement. The world can always do with more love. We believe that an action, however small, makes a huge difference compounded over time. We hope you can be a part of us!
Below are some tips and resources that might be helpful for your mental well-being. It takes all of us to help reduce and ultimately eliminate the stigma around. Enjoy and let’s spread more love to people around us!
Tiffany & Jocelyn
Local and International Mental Health Resources
By getting familiar with the resources and the sphere, we can together help reduce the stigma around mental health and empower ourselves and other people around us.
Disclaimer: Tijo Jewellery is not affiliated or connected in any way with any of the NGOs or companies below and has not received money to feature them. Resources are provided to readers just as a reference and are listed in no particular order.
Local Resources (HK)
Here are some local resources and organization which might be able to support your mental well-being:
Database on MindHK
Educate yourself on mental health knowledge with the database from MindHK. Participate in their webinars and conferences to get more involved.
Support for People Recovering from Mental Illness - New Life
New life provides support to people recovering from mental illness and their family, and reintegrate them back into society.
Befriending Services from the Samaritans
Samaritans provides befriending services which include hotlines if you want to chat directly with someone for emotional support.
Support for MDW from the Pathfinders
Support for Ethnic Minorities with the Zubin Foundation
The Zubin Foundation supports the marginalised ethnic minorities for all ages in our community by providing them with opportunities and involvement.
Find help virtually
There are numerous virtual assitants which could answer your questions on specific mental health topics and mental health support online. Pick one that fits your needs.
Below are some international resources that you might find helpful:
Support Information on Checkpoint
Checkpoint provides a nicely organized list of support information according to different illnesses in different countries.
Postpartum Support International
Postpartum Support International provides support to women who suffer emotionally during pregnancy and postpartum worldwide.
Movement Against Suicide - CALM
CALM is a leading movement against suicide in the UK. They provide helplines, raise awareness on the issue by using different campaigns and build supportive communities.
Global Coalition on Youth Mental Health
The World Federation of Mental Health
Since 1948, the World Federation of Mental Health has been serving the international community by promoting mental health awareness and provide support to the community.