Timor-Leste gets first mental health telephone support line

Friday 5 June 2020 | 14:38 CET | News
The Timorese Ministry of Health and Unicef have activated the first telephone line in the country dedicated to mental health, within the framework of actions related to Covid-19, reports Lusa. The free service, available on number 12123, will be operated jointly by the Ministry of Health and Pradet, a Timorese NGO, and calls will be answered by trained medical health advisers. The country's three operators, Timor Telecom, Telcomcel and Telemor, also support the initiative.

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Categories: General
Companies: Timor Telecom
Countries: Timor-Leste
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