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In support of World Mental Health Day, 10 October 2016
According to the Singapore Mental Health Study conducted by IMH in 2010, about 1 in 8 Singaporeans have a mental health issue. Of those, only a third will seek help1.
This project was part of NCSS’s 5-year public education efforts to promote the inclusion of persons in recovery as our thoughts, words and actions can make a difference. We hope that through this project, persons in recovery would feel that they are not alone, and that the general public would be more accepting and inclusive towards persons in recovery. 

If you need any information on this project, please contact Ms Seri Ayuni at NCSS_Mental_Health@ncss.gov.sg.

1 Siow Ann Chong et al (2012). Help-Seeking Pattern of the Mentally Ill. Annals Academy of Medicine Singapore; 41:154-60,

Resources for Supporting Persons with Mental Health Issues

Removing Barriers - Interacting with Persons with Mental Health Issues

The Removing Barriers booklet is also available in Chinese, Malay and Tamil languages.

Mental Health Resource Directory

IMH Helpline
Tel: 6389 2222
Website: https://www.imh.com.sg/contact-us/
24-hr Helpline for medical needs.
Samaritans of Singapore
Tel: 1800-221 4444
Email: pat@sos.org.sg
24-hr Helpline for crisis and suicide intervention
Singapore Association for Mental Health’s   Counselling Helpline
Tel: 1800-283 7019
Email: counselling@samhealth.org.sg
Community helpline for those seeking support

Caregivers Alliance Limited
Tel: 6460 4400
Email: general@cal.org.sg

Caregiver support and inclusion
Singapore Anglican Community Services’
Employment Support Services

Tel: 6801 0490
Email: ess@sacs.org.sg

 Workplace support and inclusion

Campaign Video

A short film based on real life stories of recovery and resilience which showcases the importance of the support of friends and family. >> Click here.

Mr Joseph shares who helped him on his journey to recovery from depression. >> Click here.


Peirong talks about bipolar disorder and how her supportive boss helped her in her recovery journey. >> Click here.


To support or donate to mental health related causes, please click here.