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Here’s what we are doing about It

Youths care deeply about societal issues and the future of our country. These issues will impact ourselves and the people around us. Learn more about what fellow youths are doing below. Do your part to join the conversation and take action.

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Government Initiatives

Raising mental health literacy in 2021

Singaporean Creators share about coping with mental health in their playlist

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Government Initiatives

Mindline sg

Online resources and a wellbeing self-assessment tool for stress management

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Youth Action

ThisConnect: Threading Worlds

Multimedia arts exhibition by youth that aims to raise awareness and normalise mental health issues

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Youth Action

"Singaporeans Try Therapy" by The Smart Local

Video to raise awareness on Mental Health issues

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Music by 3AM Collective

A collection of songs to start conversations about mental health

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Youth Action

Singapore Mental Health Festival

Using film as a catalyst to advocate and start conversations

Issue in Spotlight



Why This Matters

Being affected by mental health issues is not abnormal and many youths have experienced problems in coping.

1 in 7 adults have experienced a mood, anxiety or alcohol use disorder in their lifetime, with youths (18-34 years old) being of higher risk of experiencing so¹.

Despite the fact that many youths are facing mental health issues, 60% have a misconception that such issues are self-imposed and 50% are unwilling to live or work with people with mental health issues².

An inclusive and caring society where no one has to struggle with mental health alone.

Explore Resources


Samaritans of Singapore 1800-221-4444

Singapore Association
for Mental Health 1800-283-7019

Institute of Mental
Health helpline 6389-2222

Tinkle Friend

Care Corner Counselling
Centre (Mandarin) 1800-353-5800

CHAT Programme by IMH
Mental health check programme helping youth with mental health concerns Explore Resource
Mental health workplace programmes
Learn self-care knowledge and skills to be supportive in the workplace Explore Resource
  • 1 Singapore Mental Health Study 2016
  • 2 NCSS Study on Attitudes towards Persons with Mental Health Conditions 2017