Student Life

Resources & Helplines

Online Resources

Get support online at the following websites:

1. Audible Hearts:

A peer support network for young people, who may share their problems anonymously and have volunteers (known as "Youthpals") respond within 48 hours.

2. eC2:

A counselling chat room run by youth service website eGEn. It operates on Monday, Tuesday and Friday, 2pm - 5.30pm (excluding public holidays).

3. Health Promotion Board:

Provides the community with expert health-related knowledge and educational resources for disease prevention.



Organization DescriptionOperating HoursHelpline Contact

Alcoholic Anonymous

For those with alcohol issues

24 hours

9053 1764

CHAT (Community Health Assessment Team)

Empowers young people to take charge of their mental health. Provides free confidential health check and various mental health resources.

Tues - Sat (except public holidays)


6493 6500

6493 6501

Counselling and Care Centre
For people with emotional,  psychological and relationship issues

 Mon - Fri

(9am - 5pm)

6536 6366

Eagles Mediation and Counselling Centre

Provides professional advice on mental health issues24 hours6788 8220

Institute of Mental Health

Mental health hospital24 hours
6389 2222

National Addictions Management Service (NAMS)

For those needing help with addictions

Mon - Fri

8.30am - 6pm


(6732 6837)

Samaritans of Singapore
For anyone in crisis and
persons with suicidal
24 hours1800 221 4444

Singapore Planned Parenthood Association
Counselling Hotline

To help young people and
adults deal with sexuality-  
related problems and
24 hours6775 8981
TOUCH (Touch Youth Service)Helps youth facing challenges to acquire essential skills and qualities for a balanced and healthy lifestyle

Mon - Fri

8am - 6pm

1800 377 2252

Yuan Yuan Helpline (Mandarin)

Telephone counselling for people in situations such as bereavement, critical illness or other crises.

Mon - Fri: 12pm - 6pm

Sat: 1pm - 5pm

6741 0078


Family Service Centres

Family Service Centres (FSCs) are a key community-based focal point and social service provider for families in need.

FSCs are staffed with social workers and other professionals to provide a helping hand. Anyone, regardless of age, race, language or religion, can benefit from FSC services.

There are currently 43 FSCs in Singapore. Find your nearest FSC here: