The landing page of ‘Safe Haven’ created by Befrienders Kuching.

KUCHING: Befrienders Kuching, an emotional support non-governmental organisation, has launched a micro website called ‘Safe Haven’, a platform for people to take up activities at home during the movement control order (MCO).

According to the Befrienders Kuching admin Brandon Lee, the group have complied several activities from the Internet and through this platform it enables people to relax and releases their stress during this crisis.

“Among the activities in the activity corner includes arts and crafts, comics, facts, food and recipes, health and fitness, motivational, riddles, self-care, self-improvement, encouragement corner, quotes and others,” he told New Sarawak Tribune yesterday.

Safe Haven can be accessed either on Befrienders Kuching Sarawak’s Facebook page or any browser at bit.ly/bfksafehaven.

He said initially the group wanted to have a one-stop website for information on mental health.

“However, seeing as many government agencies are already providing sufficient information for mental support, we decided on a one stop website for people know the activities they can do in their spare time at home,” he said.

He said the micro site at bit.ly/bfkcovidsupport complements its Support Contact Directory of Covid-19 support contacts from various government agencies and NGOs across the country, as well as individuals opening support lines and counseling.

Befrienders Kuching main website can be accessed at https://befrienderskch.org.my/.

Anyone who needs emotional support may contact them by email at sam@befrienderskch.org.my.