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For inspiration, check out the links below for our past projects, or download CHAT's Mental Health Project Guide. (PDF, 2306 KB)
MIND The Wellness
This campaign by a group of students from Nanyang Technological University's Wee Kim Wee School of Communication & Information aims to prevent the onset of mental health issues through the promotion of mental wellness.
Pandora's Dimension Based on a true story, this film by a group of students from Nanyang Technological University shows us Judy's journey of discovering and coping with schizopherenia.
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Project Dawn Walk in the shoes of a young lady with anxiety. This experiential exhibition, which made use of mobile technology, was the first of its kind in Singapore. It was created by a group of 20 NUS students from various faculties.
In(visible) An interactive theatre experience featuring three common mental illnesses: depression, anxiety and psychosis. This was planned, staged, and moderated by four Singapore Polytechnic students of Applied Drama & Psychology.
The Days That We Wander/Wonder Mental illness is both a physical and emotional journey, as you can see in this multi-disciplinary art exhibition featuring specially commissioned works. The exhibition was put together by three Arts Business Management graduates of Ngee Ann Polytechnic.
Embrace(D) A campaign to de-stigmatize depression and empower individuals, this was planned and executed by four students from Nanyang Technological University’s Wee Kim Wee School of Communication & Information.
See The Full Picture A campaign which urges everyone to stop defining people by their illnesses, this was a joint collaboration between CHAT and eight Psychology students from the National University of Singapore.
Read moreWatch Project video
Drop That Label Drop That Label is a NUS student-led initiative by CHAT to get NUS students to drop the labels of stigma we place on those with mental health issues.
Letters to Amanda As part of our campaign to Burst the Silence, a group of NUS students started a project with us to get people to contribute their secrets and struggles anonymously through postcards.
Here’s a collection of projects that we love!
Started by a person-in-recovery, the Tapestry Project SG features real stories to inspire hope and challenge negative stereotypes of mental illness.
Wear a plaster. End the silence. Samaritans of Singapore (SOS) encouraged the public to talk about suicide by wearing a conversation starter in the form of a black #howru plaster.
“Look after your mate” is a campaign by Student Minds, UK’s Student Mental Health Charity. We love the PDF guide with tips on how to help a friend!
When Hannah Brencher fell into depression, she started writing letters, and leaving them for strangers. The act has gone global, rushing handwritten letters to those in need of a boost.
Read moreWatch the TED talk
A global art project started by Candy Chang, “Before I Die” invites people to share their reflections on a blackboard in public. More than 1,000 boards have been created in over 70 countries.
A Canadian mental health website for youth by youth, with resources and coping tools for young people with mental health concerns.
A movement to give hope and support people struggling with depression, addiction, self-harm and suicidal thoughts.
The New Mentality is a network of Ontarian youth groups who work with community partners to destigmatize mental health concerns.
The Campaign to Change Direction aims to change the culture in America about mental health, mental illness, and wellness.
Project Semi Colon relates the struggles of depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide, and the will to carry on and believe in a new beginning.
Broken Light Collective is a group of photographers living with or have been affected by mental illness. They support one another through photography.
Time to Change is an anti-stigma campaign run by UK’s mental health charities, Mind and Rethink Mental Illness. Lots of useful resources here!
Animated Minds is a series of short animated films with real testimonies about different kinds of mental distress.
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