SG Mental Well-Being Network
By SG Mental Well Being Network
A caring and inclusive society, where all are able to seek help and be supported, and for citizens to achieve positive mental health and well-being.GET STARTED
The SG Mental Well-Being Network is the national platform to bring partners and citizens together to take action and strengthen the mental health and well-being outcomes in our society. It is the partnership arm of the Interagency Taskforce on Mental Health & Well-Being. We aim to:
(i) Increase mental health literacy, awareness and wayfinding of resources/services
(ii) Destigmatise and foster greater acceptance of Persons with Mental Health Conditions (PMHCs)
(iii) Strengthen peer support in community settings
(iv) Enhance coordination between stakeholder engagement and citizen action
Watch this space for updates! Drop us an email at email@example.com or head over to our LinkedIn page on events and programmes coming up!
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