<strong>HealthServe Launches First 24-hour Crisis Helpline for Migrant Workers in Singapore</strong>
Monthly average of 200 calls for mental health support received in 2021 The long-drawn-out pandemic has placed a major strain on the mental health of the migrant worker community in Singapore. To address migrant workers’ growing set of multi-faceted challenges and improve their overall wellbeing, HealthServe has launched Singapore’s first 24-hour crisis helpline for this […]
Healthserve Partners SOS For Training To Set Up First Crisis Hotline For Migrant Workers In Singapore
The year 2020 has shone spotlight on the mental well-being of migrant workers in Singapore. Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in migrant worker dormitories, the pandemic has not only taken a toll on the community’s physical health, but also their psychological health. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated feelings of isolation, anxiety, and despair […]
Happy New Year! As HealthServe enters the new year, we will be making some changes to our clinic days and helpline numbers to better serve you! Geylang Clinic will now run on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 6.30pm to 9.30pm. We will no longer have clinic sessions at Geylang Clinic on Saturdays. However, we look […]
To all our donors, Taking into consideration the feedback received, we are happy to announce that we have successfully launched a new and improved donation portal – give.healthserve.org.sg! Within this enhanced portal, we have included multiple features for our donors to enjoy a seamless yet meaningful experience with us. This new portal now boasts: Recurring […]
It has been brought to our attention that there seems to be an increasing number of Malaysian workers coming to pharmacies for refills of Chronic medication. Though the pharmacies are able to help with Pharmacy medicines and refer them to neighbouring GPs/polyclinic for refills of Prescription Only Medicines (POM) there are some who find the […]
In light of DORSCON-Orange level announced on Friday 7th Feb, HealthServe has put further precautionary measures in place while remaining committed to meeting the needs of migrant workers in Singapore. In the last few days because of the restricted movement of healthcare staff, we have faced a sudden severe shortage of medical volunteers which caused […]
A Joint Statement From: HealthServe, HOME: Humanitarian Organisation for Migration Economics , Transient Workers Count Too – TWC2
Issued: 18th February 2020 To our migrant friends, On 7th February 2020, Singapore’s government raised its Disease Outbreak Response System Condition (DORSCON) level to Orange in light of the evolving situation of COVID-19. We would like to assure you that HealthServe, HOME and TWC2 have already put precautionary measures in place while remaining committed to […]
As part of their National Day Special Feature, Our Better World came over to our Geylang office to interview our founder Dr Goh, clinic Volunteers Dr Janice and Habib as well as our Executive director Michael Cheah.
HealthServe chosen as one of the 13 beneficiaries for Fundraising Photography Exhibition by Speaker of Parliament Tan Chuan-Jin
Speaker of Parliament Tan Chuan-Jin launches a bicentennial fundraising photo exhibition for local charities, in partnership with Hope Initiative Alliance, [email protected], Far East Organization and Far East Plaza.
HealthServe was honoured to be one of the charities included in this fundraising initiative.
Following from the first Sama Sama installation in a migrant dormitory in 2016, HealthServe has partnered again for Singapore’s first ever migrant worker traveling art-tech exhibition – Sama Sama 2.0. We were proud to bring our community together for a special launch of Sama Sama 2.0 at SMU on the 27th January 2019 following a prelaunch of […]