KELY Intro Video





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Published on Sep 24, 2013

The KELY Support Group (KELY) is a non-government funded bilingual organisation which provides empathetic, non-judgmental, confidential and inclusive support to youth between the ages of 14 to 24 in Hong Kong.

Our programmes and services focus on drug and alcohol prevention and intervention and are specially designed to tackle the root causes of abuse, including boredom, peer pressure, lack of self-awareness, low self-esteem, poverty, unemployment, and discrimination.

These include the provision of:

harm reduction education to schools;
multimedia / art programmes for students;
circus arts and peer support training;
youth forums and discussion groups; and
individual and group counselling.

Our core values are very important to us. These values shape the way we operate and how we provide services to our youths. We have created these core values and written them in a way that allows for our young people to understand it:

Supportive - We provide emotional and practical encouragement and are there for you when you need it.
Empathetic - We try to put ourselves in your situation and stand by your side to better understand your feelings.
Non-judgmental - Regardless of your circumstances, we provide an open and safe environment for you to share all your thoughts, feelings, and experiences.
Confidential: We keep things you tell us to ourselves unless it puts you or others at risk.
Inclusive: Every young person is respected, accepted, and treasured for whoever they are.

Our mission is to empower young people through non-judgmental peer support to make informed choices in reaching their potential.


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