Mental Health & Counselling Services

Leveraging HealthServe’s medical expertise, our multi-level mental health program was launched in 2019 and is the first-of-its-kind in Singapore, aimed at supporting the mental and emotional well-being of the migrant community.

Providing a full range of services from large group psychoeducation workshops to individual counselling sessions with native-speaking qualified counsellors, HealthServe’s Mental Health & Counselling Services (MHCS) works towards addressing, strengthening and empowering the mental wellbeing of migrant workers. We work together with government agencies, hospitals, industry associations and dormitories to provide holistic care for the migrant community.

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2021 Impact Summary

Participants of mental wellness workshops

7,800

Workers supported through helpline

1900

Counselling sessions

480

Peer Support Leaders trained

170

Three Pillars of Mental Health services

Education and Awareness

We offer mass psychoeducation sessions conducted in the native language of migrant workers at their worksites, as well as formal skills workshops for employers, supervisors and managers.

Bridging Communities

To address workers’ mental health issues and provide support in their native languages, we operate a 24-hour crisis helpline +65 3129 5000, where both migrant workers and concerned stakeholders may reach out for assistance anytime.

Caring for the Community

HealthServe’s team of native-speaking qualified counsellors have been supporting referrals from ministries, employers and healthcare facilities. They have been working in collaboration with external and internal parties to provide psycho-emotional support to migrant workers.

Caring Cards

When was the last time you had a thoughtful conversation with someone you cared about?

As a small non-profit organisation that is big on holistic health, we recognise the impact social connection (or the lack thereof) can have on one’s mental wellbeing. That’s why we created Caring Cards to start conversations with a disadvantaged community.

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