Victims’ families to get psychological support

SEREMBAN: The Women, Family and Community Development Ministry is ready to provide psychological support to the families of those who died in the helicopters’ crash in Lumut.

Deputy Minister Datuk Seri Dr Noraini Ahmad said her ministry, including the Social and Welfare Department, was seeking details from the armed forces before making arrangements.“Once information is obtained, we will send a counsellor from the ministry to assist the families.

“At times like this, they need others to help calm and provide support,” she told reporters after launching the Directory of Community-Based Organisations KPWKM@ Seremban programme yesterday.

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