From Our Friends at the Institute of Mental Health
‘Removing Mental Health Stigma’ (4min17sec Video) Social Experiment Video by Institute of Mental Health.
‘Steps on Managing Stress at Work – Be Aware, Analyse, Apply’ (3min 43sec Video) by Institute of Mental Health.
‘The Importance of Valuing Yourself and Building Self-Esteem’ (3min 10sec Video) by Institute of Mental Health.
How to Recognise, Cope and Manage Bereavement, Change, Depression, Panic Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, Insomnia, Stress and Psychosis by Institute of Mental Health.
IMAGINE – A Magazine on Mental Health byInstitute of Mental Health
CHAT – Community Health Assessment Team
A group of healthcare professionals dedicated to promoting awareness of mental illness, access to mental health resources and a free and confidential mental health check for those between 16 and 30 years old. CHAT’s physical hub is located at *SCAPE #05-05 and is open from Tuesdays to Saturdays, 12nn to 9pm. Closed on Sundays, Mondays and Public Holidays. To find out more, visit https://www.chat.mentalhealth.sg/
Ask the Expert by the Institute of Mental Health
Specific concerns on psychological and behavioural issues can be addressed by experts via email to firstname.lastname@example.org; or you can find out more about common conditions like bipolar disorder, depression, self-harm and anger management by visiting https://www.imh.com.sg/wellness/page.aspx?id=357
Community Wellness Clinic
This is a one-stop centre focusing on continuum care – from preventing mental illness to treatment to rehabilitation. There are two branches conveniently located at Geylang and Queenstown, each fully staffed with a multi-disciplinary group of specialists from psychiatrists to psychologists, occupational therapists to counsellors, all providing comprehensive and integrated community care.
Community Wellness Clinic Geylang:
21 Geylang East Central, Singapore 389707
Community Wellness Clinic Queenstown:
580 Stirling Road, Level 4, Singapore 148958
Find out more about the Community Wellness Clinic by visiting https://www.imh.com.sg/clinical/page.aspx?id=286
There are also many other Outpatient Clinics on hand to help you and your loved ones. You can assess more information by visiting https://www.imh.com.sg/clinical/page.aspx?id=283
Helplines Support for Individuals and Caregivers
As an individual living with a mental illness, social inclusion plays a central role in recovery. However, the lack of understanding about mental illness, compounded by the negative portrayals of the mentally ill in the media, often adds to the marginalisation of this misunderstood group. Caregivers, too, suffer from various issues in their arduous caregiving journey. If you or your loved ones need help, please visit https://www.imh.com.sg/wellness/page.aspx?id=1245 for a comprehensive list of Helplines.