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Depression: Light after Darkness

Depression: Light after Darkness

Depression does not discriminate and can happen to anybody. The World Health Organization (WHO) has decided to make it the focus of World Health Day 2017 to reduce the stigma associated with the condition. Depression can be prevented and treated. In line with WHO’s theme, join us at the TreeTop at *SCAPE on 8 April for our public forum and take the first step towards recovery: https://www.imh.com.sg/event/page.aspx?eventid=137 

Art exhibition by 'BE'

Art exhibition by 'BE'

This exhibition aims to raise $10,000 from the sales of artworks showcased. The beneficiaries are the New Horizon Centres run by Alzheimer's Disease Association (ADA) to provide daycare services for persons with dementia. Do come can support the artisits and their charity cause.

Issue #1 of Imagine

Issue #1 of Imagine

IMH’s new biannual magazine Imagine focuses on all aspects of mental health and wellness, with information on common mental health conditions, tips and advice on maintaining mental wellbeing, and stories of persons-in-recovery. In this issue, Speaker of Parliament, Mdm Halimah Yacob calls for everyone to join in the effort to de-stigmatise mental illness. Also, find out more about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, and the general awareness and perceptions of mental health issues in Singapore.

e-Catalyst

e-Catalyst

e-Catalyst focuses on frontline research issues and provides up-to-date and comprehensive information on NHG and local research for the local research community and beyond. 

Addiction Recovery College

Addiction Recovery College

The Addiction Recovery College offers public courses as well as courses for professionals and practitioners. They include topics on drug abuse, gambling and cyber addictions. Learn more about addictions and find out how you can help yourself, your loved ones or clients in their recovery journey. 

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