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Counselling and Student Welfare Support

 
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Mental Wellness in Serangoon Secondary School is about providing our students with a safe space to share their challenges and work through their social, emotional, behavioural and mental health issues. We strive to empower our students towards positive help-seeking behaviours to improve their mental well-being. 




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Positive help-seeking behaviours demonstrate the courage and strength to seek ways to understand oneself better, to get support for help to make things better and take a step towards improving our well-being and happiness.


Our Counselling and Student Welfare (CSW) Team is here to support you in your journey of self-discovery!

If you would like to find out more about how you could be supported, you may contact us via this link. 

 Click here to contact the CSW Team:

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Tips for self-help:

Having a set of healthy coping skills is key to getting through those difficult times. It helps you to tolerate and deal with stressful situations with a clearer mind, and to make better informed decisions.

Below are some helpful coping strategies you can try out for yourself, to get through the difficult time until you can speak to someone trusted.

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Community Resources for Help-seeking Behaviours

Organisation/Agency

Type of Help

Contact

Samaritans of Singapore (SOS)

For crisis help or emotional distress

 

Email Befriending by SOS:

pat@samaritans.org.sos

 

1767

IMH Mobile Crisis Service

For crisis help and mental well-being issues

6389 2222 (24 hrs)

Singapore Association for Mental Health

Uplifting and promoting mental wellness in the community

1800 283 7019

http://samhealth.org.sg/

eCounselling (eC2)

Online one to one chat for youth issues

https://eC2.sg

(Mon-Fri – 2pm-5.30pm)

Help123

Cyber Wellness Community Support

1800 6123 123

https://www.help123.sg/

CHAT

 

Awareness of mental health;

Access to mental health resources;

Assess, a confidential and personalised mental health check for young persons between 16 and 30 years old.

Phone: 6493 6500,                                   6493 6501

 

*Scape, 2 Orchard Link #05-05 Singapore 237978

 

12 - 9pm, Tuesday

2 - 9pm, Wednesday

12 - 9pm, Tuesday - Saturday (closed on public holidays)

 

https://www.chat.mentalhealth.sg

ACMI

For International Students

6801 7400

91889162

http://www.acmi.org.sg


Locators for Community Resources

1.         Family Service Centres locator

2.         Social Service Office locator