Covid Wellness Helplines & Counselling Resources
National Care Hotline (24 hours)
Provide emotional support to anyone who needs it during Covid-19 outbreak.
Provide social and financial assistance for low-income individuals and families.
Agency for Integrated Care
Provide caregivers and seniors with information on staying active and ageing well and connect them to services they need.
Helpline: 1800-274-4788 (Mon to Fri, 2.30pm to 5pm)
Provide support, advice, and information to lonely and distressed primary-school-aged children, especially in situations when their parents or main caregivers are unavailable.
Community Health Assessment Team (CHAT)
Helpline: 6493 6500 or 6493 6501 (Tue to Sat, 12pm to 9pm)
Provide help and support to young people (aged 16 to 30) with mental health concerns.
Singapore Association for Mental Health
Promote mental wellness and improve the lives of youths, students and adults who face mental health issues.
Silver Ribbon (Singapore)
Tel: 6385 3714, 6386 1928 or 6509 0271
Provide complimentary online emotional support by video call. Queries please email at < firstname.lastname@example.org >.
Community Psychology Hub
Online Counselling portal at < https://www.cphonlinecounselling.sg >
Provide online counselling for individuals facing marital, divorce and parenting difficulties. This service is provided free of charge for Singapore residents who are above 18 years old.
Fei Yue Community Services
Online Counselling portal at < https://www.ec2.sg >
Provide free counselling via online chat messaging. Queries please email at <email@example.com>.
Singapore Bible College School of Counselling Student Volunteers
Provide free counselling via Google Meet or other online platforms from 24 April to 30 June 2020. SBC will provide supervision for the team of student volunteers. You may reach them via this link <https://bit.ly/Covid19-Outreach>.
Presbyterian Counselling Associates
This team of professional counsellors are members from local Presbyterian churches. During the circuit breaker until 1 June 2020, they provide online counselling for members (& family & friends) of the Presbyterian churches at concessionary fees of $50 per session. You may reach them via this link <https://bit.ly/RequestPCA-Counsellor>.
SUICIDAL OR FACING MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS
SOS Samaritans of Singapore (24 hours)
Provide emotional support to individuals facing a crisis (a state of hopeless and despair due to overwhelming life circumstances), thinking about or affected by suicide.
IMH Mental Health Helpline (24 hours)
Hotline: 6389 2222
Provide urgent intervention for those who experience acute difficulties in their mental health.
If you or someone you know needs help for family violence issues, here are some helplines:
SOS (24 hours daily)
MSF Child Protective Service
Tinkle Friend Helpline (for Child Abuse)
Big Love Child Protection Specialist Centre
Care Corner Project StART
HEART @ Fei Yue Child Protection Specialist Centre
TRANS SAFE Centre
Please visit <www.breakthesilence.sg> for more information on family violence, the available help avenues and the National Family Violence Networking System (NFVNS).