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Our full name is “Community Health Assessment Team”, and we’ve been helping and supporting young people with mental health concerns since 2009. CHAT is a national outreach and mental health check programme under the Institute of Mental Health (IMH). You can think of us as Singapore’s “AAA” battery for youth mental health. Essentially, we are a group of healthcare professionals dedicated to promote: Awareness of mental health; Access to mental health resources; and to Assess, by providing a confidential and personalised mental health check for young persons between 16 and 30 years old.
*Scape, 2 Orchard Link #05-05 Singapore 237978
WE ARE SINGAPORE’S FIRST PRIVATE CHRISTIAN COUNSELLING CENTRE. We are composed of professionally trained and registered Psychologists and Counsellors who serve under the name of The Lord Jesus Christ. Formed in 2009, Grace Counselling Centre, is a Christ-centered organization that aims to help people suffering from psychological and spiritual challenges through the principles of counselling psychology found within the truth of Jesus Christ.
151 Chin Swee Road Unit: #06-15 Singapore 169876
Limitless is a non-profit organization that was founded with the vision of building hope and worth, empowering the next generation to live purpose driven lives, and to fulfill their potential in life. We work primarily with young people aged 12 – 25, especially in the area of mental health. With our core work being casework and counselling, and our secondary work being outreach and psychoeducation.
Samaritans of Singapore (SOS) is dedicated to providing confidential emotional support to individuals facing a crisis, thinking about or affected by suicide. Non-religious and not for profit, our work focuses on crisis intervention and suicide prevention.
10 CANTONMENT CLOSE #01-01 SINGAPORE 080010
Background Shan You is a non-profit social service organization set up in 1995 to provide professional counselling and social care services based on the guiding values of compassion, mindfulness, morality and wisdom. Our services are available to all in the community, regardless of race, religion and ability to pay. Shan You is a registered society and a charity with the status of Institutions of a Public Character, and a full member of the National Council of Social Service (NCSS). Shan You is supported by Community Chest, corporate and individuals donors. History In 1991, Buddhist Graduate Fellowship (now known as Buddhist Fellowship) initiated the formation of Tai Pei Counselling Centre with funds from the Tai Pei Foundation. Tai Pei Counselling Centre thus became the first Buddhist counselling centre in Singapore. As its services expanded, the Centre moved to Foo Hai Ch’an Monastery in 1993 and was renamed as Ren Ci Counselling Centre. However, the monastery wanted to relocate the Centre to Ren Ci Hospital, a hospital for chronically ill patients, in 1995. It was then that a decision was made to set up an independent counselling centre in order for it to serve the centre community and to prevent frequent relocations. […]
Block 5 Upper Boon Keng Road #02-15 Singapore 380005
Tinkle Friend is a national toll-free helpline (1800 2744 788) and chatline for all primary-school-aged children in Singapore. Tinkle Friend provides support, advice, and information to lonely and distressed children, especially in situations when their parents or main caregivers are unavailable.
Student Service @ Children’s Society 51 Telok Blangah Crescent #05-01 Radin Mas Community Club Singapore 098917