Community Intervention Team or, COMIT provides assessment, counselling, therapy, case management and psychoeducation support for clients with mental health issues and dementia, including their caregivers. With the assessment, the team develops individualised care plans for clients or link up the clients with other more suitable services.
Caregivers will be provided with the appropriate assessment and intervention such as psychoeducation, training, support and support group.
COMIT works closely with the Community Engagement Teams, General Practitioners, Polyclinics and other community partners to provide holistic care to clients.
It is one of the programmes under the Community Mental Health Masterplan developed by the Agency for Integrated Care (AIC), together with the Ministry of Health (MOH).
Cost may be imposed for some of the services. For eligible clients, the service providers will advise the approximate cost of service upon assessment.
About the Mobile Support Team:
SAMH Mobile Support Team (MST) is a community-based allied health-led team which provides psycho-social therapeutic interventions for clients with mental health needs and support for their caregivers to maintain clients well in the community. MST provides a holistic service to clients and caregivers, equipping them with information to make informed decisions for the management of their condition and support social re-integration, resulting in an improvement in functioning and quality of life.