NCSS supports a person-centred and ecosystem approach towards helping individuals achieve quality of life. This is also the value which underscores the Social Service Sector Strategic Thrusts (2017-2021), a 5-year roadmap for the social service sector.
This booklet gives an overview on how to help persons at risk of or experiencing mental health issues. It features
everyday encounters with persons who may be experiencing mental health issues. This booklet is also to help persons who are interested in supporting their friends, colleagues, neighbours or loved ones, and gives recommendations for action to
help others seeking help.
Beyond the Label conversation tool is designed to facilitate meaningful conversations about mental health and stigma. The conversation can be used by anyone who is open to having a better understanding of mental health and exploring
the impact of stigma in society.
Beyond The Label | Understanding Anxiety The mental health landscape has seen an increase in Generalized Anxiety Disorder or GAD over the last 6 years, according to the Singapore Mental Health Study. Watch Veena’s story to understand
more on how you can support someone on their road to recovery.
Beyond The Label | Understanding Depression According to the Singapore Mental Health Study 2016, depression is the most common mental health condition in Singapore. Watch this video to learn more about depression, and how support and acceptance help in recovery. Let's unite against mental health stigma today.
Beyond the Label | Understanding Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is one of the top three mental health conditions in Singapore, according to the Singapore Mental
Health Study 2016. Watch this video to learn more about OCD and how you can support someone on their road to recovery.
The Clock - Beyond the Label Campaign 2020 Short Film Hard times reveal true strength. Let's have more compassion and empathy for persons with mental health conditions during these difficult times. The support from family, friends or mental health professionals
can help in the road to recovery.