News Update

  • 15.12.2014

    Thanks a group of students from Renaissance College who utilize Junior Achievement Trade Fair on Saturday 13th December to help raising fund to support our suicide prevention and emotional support services.

  • 15.12.2014

      Thanks Radio-i-Care interviewed us to share the successful stories of our youth suicide prevention outreach programme.

  • 13.11.2014

    Following the successful fundraising movie premiere of ‘Voyage” earlier this month, Director Scud and the film company Artwalker is partnering with The Samaritans again to further their supports. For HK$200, you will get the exclusive ‘Voyage” photo album along with two complimentary tickets, of which $100 will be donated to The Samaritans to support of works on suicide prevention. The offers are available on a first-come-first-serve basis and while stocks last. Email

  • 30.10.2014

       Mental illness is a difficult subject. Many people are even unaware they are suffering from it. A young psychiatrist ventures into a lone voyage to fight against his depression. On the sea he records stories of people departed from this world prematurely, while what awaits him on the shore is the ultimate irony of life. Award-winning director Scud’s latest movie “Voyage” tells stories of life and death. The “Voyage” Charity Premiere

  • 25.09.2014

    Our latest TV interview by the Hong Kong Council of Social Service has been broadcast. Through this interview we are encouraging people to care about and show concern of those around them as a way in preventing suicide. The interview clipping can be viewed here (in Cantonese).


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The Samaritans are here to listen, no matter how disturbing or ordinary the problem may seem. We do not give advice, or tell you what to do. We are here to offer unconditional emotional support.

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Because we know emotional distress does not discriminate or choose its time, we are always here for our callers, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.   Because suicide continues to be one of the leading causes of death in Hong Kong, we have to do as much as we can, despite limited resources, to raise emotional health awareness and to encourage people in need to seek emotional support.   People