Partner Passions:

The people we walk together with!

Welcome to the Mental Health Film Festival Singapore, where compassionate collaborations with dedicated charitable organizations form the heart of our initiative. We extend our heartfelt appreciation to our esteemed charity partners, whose unwavering support helps us create safe spaces for impactful conversations on Mental Health!

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Allkin, formerly Ang Mo Kio Family Service Centre offers casework, counselling, and group services to empower youths aged 10 to 21, addressing mental health, substance use, behavioural, and relational challenges.

Appointed by the Ministry of Social & Family Development, the agency serves as the Integrated Service Provider of diversionary programs, engaging at-risk youth through Club Infinity, a membership-based program fostering confidence and creativity.

The Boys’ Town is a social service agency that works with children, youth and their families. We offer six services namely Clinical Intervention Centre, Adventure Centre, YouthReach, Sanctuary Care, Fostering Services and Residential Services. Through these services, we hope to help children and youth in need become socially integrated, responsible and contributing members of society.

 

Beyond the Label (BTL), initiated by the National Council of Social Services (NCSS) in 2018, is a nationwide movement combating mental health stigma and advancing social inclusion for individuals with mental health conditions. Over 2018-2021, BTL fostered partnerships, gained supporters, and expanded its influence across individuals, public, and private sectors.

BRB Selfcare is a reputable mental wellness service that provides therapy support, resources, and organises holistic wellness events for individuals of all ages. With a team of certified therapists, BRB Self Care offers confidential services backed by science, ensuring their clients’ mental well-being is prioritised and supported.



 

Campus PSY, initiated by youth volunteers from the Institute of Mental Health (IMH), aims to support distressed youths and create empowered communities in tertiary institutions. Driven by the desire to pay forward the support they’ve received, these volunteers are dedicated to helping others.

 

 

 

CARE Singapore exists to help vulnerable young people find direction, hope and success. We employ a multi-dimensional approach that engages and empowers youths, schools, families and communities.




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.

 

CFL develops a community-based approach to identify and address early suicide ideation. Their strategy includes raising awareness about mental well-being and resilience, building the capacity of stakeholders to identify individuals with suicide ideation, and establishing peer support groups for those affected by suicide, fostering a network of support within communities.



Growth Collective is a social enterprise that supports the growth and well-being of individuals & leaders in Asia. They provide coaching-infused programs, products and services that equip individuals with compassion and key people skills to grow resiliently, connect authentically, and give meaningfully.




 

Mental ACT, a non-profit organization, supports Singapore’s South Asian community through counseling, suicide intervention, and mental health training. Following their “Advocate, Care, and Train” philosophy, they aim to create a stigma-free and empowered community that prioritises mental health.

Mind what Matters is a private psychology practice that strives to journey with individuals through the ups and downs by providing tailored mental health services sincerely and intentionally. Their services entail individual counselling, psychological assessments, corporate employee assistance programs, training and workshops, as well as mental health related webinars.

Mindline.sg is a digital platform developed by MOH Office for Healthcare Transformation. It focuses on destigmatizing mental health by offering anonymous access to tools and self-help resources. Its mission is to empower users to take proactive steps for their mental well-being while facilitating easy access to professional help when required

Oogachaga is a Singapore-based non-profit organisation that has been serving LGBTQ+ individuals, couples, and families since 1999. 



 

 PSALT Care supports low-income individuals with mental health issues through community-based services, facilitating recovery and community reintegration. By March 2023, they have assisted 850 peers and impacted 1100 beneficiaries. Their services encompass peer support groups, therapeutic interventions, psycho-education, counselling, befriending, and recovery-based activities.

 

ResiL!ence, part of the SHINE program by SHINE Children and Youth Services, offers mental health support and education to youths aged 12-25. Their services include talks, workshops, emotional support, and caregiver education. Since 1976, SHINE has empowered around 5,000 young individuals each year, building resilience and illuminating hope for the future.



 

At SAMH, we improve the lives of persons with mental health issues through rehabilitation and reintegration. Our beneficiaries include youths, students and adults. We are here at every step of their recovery journey, while also providing emotional and practical support to their families and caregivers

Established in 1952, The Singapore Children’s Society protects and nurtures children and youth, serving over 21,000 individuals in 2022. Their more than 10 service centres provide assistance in four categories: Vulnerable Children and Youth, Children and Youth Services, Family Services, and Research and Advocacy, adapting to evolving needs while ensuring children’s welfare.




 

The SPS Youth Wing is formed by students who are currently pursuing psychological studies and have an interest in advancing psychology in Singapore. The SPS Youth Wing is SPS’ strategic effort to connect with the youth population and to better represent their voice at the national level.

 

The T Project is the first and only trans-led social service for the transgender community in Singapore. 

 

The Tapestry Project SG is a non-profit promoting mental health awareness. Founded in 2014, it publishes personal stories to empower the community and strengthen mental health. Through storytelling and resilience-building workshops, it aims to provide a supportive resource for those dealing with mental health challenges.




TOUCH Community Services, a non-profit established in 1992, is committed to catalysing lasting transformations for individuals, numbering approximately 229,000, regardless of their backgrounds. They prioritise every individual’s worth and potential and address the specific needs of various groups, including children, at-risk youth, families in need, individuals with healthcare requirements, and seniors, all to instigate positive change in the community.




Total Wellness Initiative Singapore (TWIS) strives to empower individuals to prioritise holistic well-being. By offering programs, workshops, and content based on their 10-dimensional wellness framework, TWIS encourages people to take proactive steps in caring for their physical and mental health.




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