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.


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


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Ongoing | From 16 Jul 2022
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