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CAL is thankful for our partners who have come on board this campaign with us. We share the same heart for not only the people with mental health issues but their caregivers as well. Over here you’ll find a myriad of caregiver services that will be beneficial for you and your caregiving journey. If you wish to have more in-depth details regarding any of the caregiver related services, click on the book icon to download our e-booklet! 

We are here for you. You don’t have to go through this alone!

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Campaign Partners
 
Supporting Organisations

Caregivers Alliance Limited (CAL) is a non-profit organisation in Singapore dedicated to meeting the needs of caregivers of persons with mental health issues through education, support networks, crisis support, tailored services and self-care enablement. While there are other organisations providing support to the community affected by mental health issues, only CAL focuses exclusively on supporting caregivers.

Caregiver Related Services

  • Caregivers-to-Caregivers Training Programmes (C2C)

    • Persons with Mental Health Issues (PMHI)

    • Dementia

    • Young Caregivers

    • Eating Disorder

  • Individual Support & Training (ITS)

  • Caregivers-for-Caregivers (C4C)

  • Engagement to Empowerment (E2E)

  • Caregiver Engagement Activities

    • Fireside Chats

    • Events

 

Care Corner Singapore is a non-profit organisation providing social and health care services to build hope and promote well-being for those in need.  With 43 service points island-wide,  we help children with special learning needs or from disadvantaged backgrounds, youths at risk, troubled families, vulnerable seniors, and individuals with counselling and mental health needs.  

Woven into the fabric of our community, we aim to provide a holistic continuum of care to the marginalised across their life stages and major transitions.  

At Care Corner, we promote mental wellness and reduce stigma around mental health issues through education and outreach, intervention and emotional support, and counselling services.

Caregiver Related Services

  • Care Corner Caregiver Support Group (Dementia CGs)

  • Care Corner INSIGHT (Mental Health Support for Youths)

  • Care Corner ‘800’ Toll-Free Counselling Hotline (Mandarin)

  • Care Corner Counselling Centre

  • Carey - Online Mental Health Buddy Platform for Youths

 

Club HEAL has been registered with the Registry of Societies on 13 February 2012 (Reg No.: T12SS0028K) by a group of like-minded individuals who have a strong passion in helping people with mental illness and their family members lead a fulfilling and stigma-free life.

We provide psycho-education and supportive counselling to persons with mental health issues and their families at our Mental Wellness Centres. We also provide outreach programs to them and the general public.

While Club HEAL caters to the needs of Muslims, we welcome all persons with mental illness, regardless of race or religion.

Caregiver Related Services

  • CREST Caregiver Support Network

 

The Institute of Mental Health (IMH) offers a multidisciplinary and comprehensive range of psychiatric, rehabilitative and therapy services in hospital-based and community-based settings. The hospital aims to meet the needs of three groups of patients – children and adolescents (aged below 19), adults, and the elderly. 

Besides providing clinical treatment for patients, IMH also provides caregiver support to equip caregivers in their journey of caring for their loved ones. Medical staff, such as the psychiatrist, pharmacist and nursing staff, educates caregivers on the mental illness and its treatment while the medical social worker conducts family psychoeducation to help families cope better as they support their loved ones in their recovery journey.  In addition, IMH works closely with community agencies such as Caregivers Alliance and may make referrals to these agencies to ensure caregivers receive sustained support in the community. 

Families of IMH patients may approach their Medical Social Workers to enquire about caregiver support.

Caregiver Related Services

  • Caregivers Workshop

  • Caregivers Therapeutic Group Work

  • Family Psychoeducation

  • Family Therapy Services

 

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Mental Health Film Festival Singapore (MHFFS) provides a safe platform for audiences to learn more about different aspects of mental health through a series of films, panel conversations, and workshops. As mental health awareness continues to grow in Singapore, it is also crucial to acknowledge the importance of managing our emotions and discomforts on the subject. Only in doing so can we take meaningful steps to support the mental health of our children, youths, and communities.

Caregiver Related Services

  • Annual Film Festival

  • Annual Youth Competition

 

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For more information about Milieu Insight

 

The Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore (MINDS) has been caring for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities (PWIDs) and their families since 1962. Grounded in the belief that all PWIDs have innate abilities and talents, MINDS is committed to empowering them and enhancing their quality of life, while advocating for greater inclusivity for PWIDs as a nation. MINDS is today one of the largest charities in Singapore employing more than 850 staff.

With the key focus to expand community-based services, improving the employability of PWIDS, strengthening education, and engendering inclusive community living, MINDS offers a holistic range of services and programmes across the PWIDs’ lifespan. These include schools, employment and training development centres, home-based care services and community-based services to cater to the physical, psychological, environmental and social needs of PWIDs.

To empower and support caregivers in their caregiving journey, MINDS offers respite services, future care planning services and caregivers support networks including MINDS Care Circle and MINDSibs, a support programme for siblings of persons with special needs.

Caregiver Related Services

  • MINDS Care Circle (Support Group for CGs)

  • MINDSibs - MINDS Siblings Programme

  • Future Care Planning

  • MINDS Raintree – Special Student Care Centre (SSCC)

 
 

Singapore Anglican Community Services (SACS) is the community service arm of the Diocese of Singapore. 

The origins of SACS date back to the 1950s with the setting up of a clinic by Mrs. Catharine Eng Neo Thomas, a nurse and the wife of the then Principal of St. Andrew’s School. The clinic was to serve villagers living in the Potong Pasir area. 

In the 1960s, student counselling services were introduced, first at St. Margaret’s Primary School and later at all the Anglican schools. 1967 saw the launch of Singapore Anglican Welfare Council (SAWC) to meet the needs of the elderly, the lonely, the sick and the poor. Services under SAWC included the Wilkie Road Children’s Home, drug rehabilitation centres and the Christian Outreach to the Handicapped. The 80s saw the development of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services, which became SAWC’s anchor service. SAWC was later restructured and renamed SACS in 2006.

Today, SACS continue to bring love, light and hope to the underserved through our services.

Caregiver Related Services

  • Integrated Employment Services

(a) Employee Assistance Programme (EAP+)

(b) Employment Support Services (ESS)

  •    COMmunity Intervention Team (COMIT)

  •    Day Rehabilitation

  •    Residential Rehabilitation

SAMH has been uplifting lives in Singapore's mental health community since 1968. At SAMH, we improve the lives of persons with mental health issues through rehabilitation and reintegration. Our beneficiaries include youths, adults and seniors. We are here at every step of their journey to wellness, while also providing emotional and practical support to their families and caregivers. We provide a broad range of services across our 9 centres. These include counselling, creative services, outreach activities, rehabilitation and vocational skills training.

Caregiver Related Services

  • SAMH Insight Centre (Toll-free helpline & Counselling Service)

  • SAMH Creative Hub (Creative therapeutic interventions)

  • SAMH Mobile Support (Community-based intervention team)

  • SAMH C’SAY, SAMH SAY-IT! and SAMH YouthReach (Youth-related services)

 
Supporting Organisations

The Agency for Integrated Care (AIC) aims to create a vibrant care community for people to live well and age gracefully. AIC coordinates and supports efforts in integrating care to achieve the best care outcomes for our clients. As the heart of care, AIC supports caregivers by connecting them to services, training, respite care and resources so that they can better care for themselves and their loved ones. Since 2012, AIC, together with the Ministry of Health, developed the Community Mental Health (CMH) Masterplan. Under the Masterplan, AIC worked with CMH partners to develop an integrated CMH network to support both persons living with mental health conditions and their caregivers. This network integrates both the healthcare and social care aspects in managing mental health issues, and brings early detection, treatment and long-term support for those who need it closer to home.

Caregiver Related Services

  • Caregiver Community Outreach Team

  • E-Resources

a. Mental health awareness e-learning modules

b. Others: Mental Health Helpsheets for Caregivers, Listing of Community Mental Health Services

 

MindCare is a community mental health service under AMKFSC Community Services that aims to respond to the rising needs for mental health care in the community. Through its extensive network of healthcare and community partners, MindCare delivers comprehensive psychological and psychoeducational support services to individuals with mental health issues.  

Founded in 1978, AMKFSC is a community-based Social Service Agency which provides a holistic range of services that cater to children, youths, families, and the elderly in Central and North-Eastern Singapore. AMKFSC operates four family service centres across Ang Mo Kio, Sengkang and Punggol. It also provides other support services such as student care, senior services, a youth work specialist centre, mental health support programme and a family resource centre at Changi Prison.

Caregiver Related Services

  • Assessment and screening

  • Psychoeducation for clients and caregivers

  • Case management

  • Psychological support

  • Consultation and training for community partners

  • Group therapy

  • Caregiver support

  • Referrals to mental health services

  • Counselling