Support Groups & Helplines
Samaritans of Singapore (SOS)
Samaritans of Singapore: Non-religious registered charity that provides confidential emotional support to people in crisis, thinking of suicide, or affected by suicide through its 24-hour hotline. Needs volunteers to man hotline. Training provided.
All in the Family Counselling Centre Pte Ltd
Support group to help trailing spouses establish a new life and network of friends here in Singapore. Discuss relevant issues and find solutions. Infertility Support for those exploring their options from IVF to adoption as well.
Dyslexia Association of Singapore
Team of psychologists, educational therapists, speech and language therapists. Awareness activities, psychological assessments, therapy for children, professional training for educators and parents. 1 Jurong West Central 2 #05-01.
HIV & AIDS Data Hub for Asia Pacific
Info line for those who wish to have information on AIDS and STIs.
Expatriate Cancer Support Group
A cancer support group for expatriates and their families in Singapore. Provides emotional support, knowledge and personal well-being. Meetings fortnightly on Fridays, 10:00-11:00 at selected venues according to availability. Call Sharon or Laura.
Integrated International School - IIS
Boutique school offering unique programmes to students in Primary, Middle and High School with 1:6 student to teacher ratios. The approach allows for intimate classes to foster individual and collective strengths no matter what the students skill level.
Singapore Association for Mental Health
For support and advice on mental health issues.
The Red Pencil - Art Therapy
Helping traumatised children and adults express themselves through art as part of the healing process (re long term hospitalisation, trauma or disability). Supports rescue missions across the region for those in conflict zones and natural disasters.
Fernhill Psychology, Counselling & Psychotherapy
Group of counsellors for information and practical support for mums experiencing baby blues, pre and post-natal depression. The group meets Tuesday afternoons. Counselling, telephone help and home visits are also available.
SSNAP (Singapore Special Needs and Parents)
A network of parents with special needs children living in Singapore permanently or on an expatriate basis. We are a community of individuals who recognise the importance of meeting others with similar situations to share, connect and empower each other.