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Mental Health Carnival 2019

Mental Health Carnival 2019

Expect a fun-filled line-up of interactive activities and educational talks at the Mental Health Carnival 2019! Come experience various therapeutic activities that persons recovering from mental health conditions may engage in. Hear from mental healthcare professionals at our public talks, and browse through our bazaar that will feature crafts handmade by persons in recovery from mental health conditions. Admission is free. Click to register for the activities today! 

YOUth Alive! 2019

YOUth Alive! 2019

YOUth Alive! 2019 reaches out to youths to touch on the topic of resilience and mental wellness. The event showcases a myriad of youth performances and inspiring stories by a panel of youth speakers on mental health and resilience amidst their personal and life challenges. Topics to be shared range from personal experiences on living with disabilities, mental illnesses, and teenage struggles leading to delinquency which has an impact on personal well-being. 

Imagine October 2019 – January 2020 Issue

Imagine October 2019 – January 2020 Issue

In this issue, we look at what constitutes burnout and how we can manage – and even prevent – it. Other highlights include features on autism spectrum disorder and what to note when deciding to disclose one’s mental health condition to others. 

9th Together Against Stigma Conference

9th Together Against Stigma Conference

Singapore is hosting the TAS Conference 2019 to give participants a deeper understanding of how to work towards reducing stigma against mental illness. This conference is organised by the Institute of Mental Health, National Council of Social Service, Health Promotion Board, Agency for Integrated Care, MINDSET Care Limited, Singapore Psychiatric Association and the World Psychiatric Association (Stigma Section).

We now accept credit card donations!

We now accept credit card donations!

The Woodbridge Hospital Charity Fund was established to raise money to pay for activities and programmes that aim to improve the lives of our patients. You can lend a hand by donating to this fund. We accept cash, cheque, credit card and Giro donations.

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