Caregivers Alliance Limited
Caregivers Alliance Limited is the only professional non-profit organisation in Singapore dedicated to supporting caregivers of persons with mental illness
491-B River Valley Road,
#04-04 Valley Point Office Tower, Singapore 248373
Tel: +65 6460 4400
Caregivers Support Centre
Buangkok Green Medical Park, 10 Buangkok View, Singapore 539747
- Caregiver-to-Caregiver Education Programme (C2C)
A 12 week education and training programme for caregivers conducted by caregivers and allied health professionals. We do not charge any fee for these training programmes.
- Caregivers Support Group
Caregivers Support Group (CSG) are monthly meetings organised by CAL, bringing together Caregivers of persons with mental illness, with the aim of encouraging, sharing and networking with peers in similar situations.
- Individual Training And Support
The Individual and Support Programme (ITS) addresses the needs of caregivers who are unable to attend the 12-week C2C classes in our training centres. Once a clear need is assessed, a Caregiver Support Specialist will meet with you in a convenient location near your home to provide individual training and support.
Singapore Association For Mental Health
SAMH’s services include counselling (Helpline & Appointments, BGGH After Care, Mobile Mental Health Outreach Team, Community Mental Health Education, Volunteer Programme and other support services.
SAMH HQ (Mailing Address)
Blk 69, Lorong 4 Toa Payoh, #01-365, Singapore 310069
Tel. 6255 3222
- Counselling (Helpline & Appointments)
- BGGH After Care
- Mobile Mental Health Outreach Team
- Community Mental Health Education
- Volunteer Programme
- Support Services
- Caregiver Support
- Peer Support
- Support for Eating Disorders Singapore
Tel: 6593 6424
To develop client’s social and functional competencies through life skills training.
To enhance family strengths and resources in order to minimise risk, promote safety and improve functioning.
Oasis Day Centre
[$10 – 35 monthly, depending on income]
Tel: 6283 1576
Provide individuals with stabilised psychiatric conditions the opportunity to experience community integration in the heartlands.
Oasis Day Centre (ODC) is a training and rehabilitation centre, providing psychosocial rehabilitation for persons with psychiatric conditions. The main objective is to assist clients in reintegrating into the community by helping them improve the management of their conditions and realise their potential.
Bukit Gombak Group Homes
Provide individuals with stabilised psychiatric conditions the opportunity to experience community integration in the heartlands
Silver Ribbon Singapore [Job Support]
Silver Ribbon (Singapore) is a non-profit mental health organisation launched by Former President S R Nathan in 2006 to combat mental health stigma and encourage early treatment.
Silver Ribbon (Singapore)
Blk 616 Hougang Ave 8, #01-386, Singapore 530616
Tel: (65) 6386 1928 (9 am – 5 pm, Monday – Friday excluding public holidays)
- Complimentary counselling services – for all age groups, race & nationalities
- Community outreach events
- Mental wellness talks/workshops – for government agencies, organizations, residents of all age groups, caregivers, corporate companies and much more
- C.A.R.E. programme (Counselling, Assistance & Referral for Employment) – job placement for persons with mental illness who are of stable mental health condition
Advanced Recovery Systems: Co-occuring Disorders
Advanced Recovery Systems (ARS) is a behavioral health initiative dedicated to educate and help treat individuals suffering from eating disorders, substance abuse, and mental health concerns.
You can access the site here: www.advancedrecoverysystems.com/treatment-overview/co-occurring-disorders/.
DrugRehab.com: Co-occuring disorders
DrugRehab.com is an online information center dedicated to those battling addiction and mental health issues. Their goal is to equip families with the necessary tools and resources to guide them on the road to recovery.
You can access the site here: www.drugrehab.com/co-occurring-disorder/.