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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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Youth Action

Revolutionising Mental Wellness Among Youths

Kura Kura, an innovative companion app has created several bite- sized features that integrates positive habits and behaviour into everyday life. With these activities performed habitually, users can expect to see many positive behavioural changes.

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Youth Action

Heart to Love

A campaign that rallies greater support for dementia caregivers by educating the community and linking caregivers to resources to help with mental and emotional needs.

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Youth Action

Failing Interviews and Uncertain about the Future?

Many interviews later, you can’t seem to get your dream job. You want to hide your feelings away, but don’t let these emotions hinder your progress. Find out how you should be coping with these feelings.

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Government Initiative

National Network for Mental Health to Pilot Well-Being Circles in the Community

A national network for social service agencies and organisations expanding on mental well-being programmes to the community was launched.

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Youth Action

Caring for caregivers

Caregivers are some of the strongest people we know but they also face stress and challenges once in a while.

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Youth Action

How do you know when you’re burnt out at work?

Surveys show occupational burnout is affecting an increasing number of workers. How is it different from regular stress or insomnia? What are the unmistakable signs and what can you do when things get too overwhelming?

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

Mental Well-being Toolkit
Find relevant resources to aid your mental well-being and support your peers. Explore Resource
Youth Mental Well-being Network
Connect with other like-minded youth in this network Explore Resource
  • 1 Singapore Mental Health Study 2016
  • 2 NCSS Study on Attitudes towards Persons with Mental Health Conditions 2017