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We believe that every single person in the world deserves to be heard and deserves to be loved.

We also believe, that in every single one of us, there exist the capacity to recognize, and to some extent, share feelings that are being experienced by another fellow being.

Pen down your feelings and thoughts and write to those in need of comfort or love.

The name Amanda means having to be loved, deserving to be loved and worthy of love.

In here, we all are,  Amanda.


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The Write section is somewhere to write down your inner most thoughts and feelings (happiness or sadness) to share with all other Amandas around the world. No one will judge you and all entries are strictly anonymous.


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The Read section is where you can read letters from all the other Amandas around the world. If what was written is something that you can relate to or feel that its written by someone you would want to care about, do write back to him or her with words of encouragement and support.


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In life, we sometimes struggle with things that we find difficult to tell others about. Perhaps your confessions of guilt, fear, anger, regret, or even desires.

We believe that no one should bear the burden of these unspoken feelings alone. Staying silent for too long could take its toll on us, and possibly lead to mental health concerns.

As part of a social movement to get youths to  Burst the Silence, this postcard project is a collaboration between CHAT and Letters to Amanda. Send in a postcard to the address below to share your unspoken words/feelings with us. Burst the silence now.

CHAT Hub
*SCAPE, #05-05, 2 Orchard Link, S (237978)

 Community Health Assessment Team (CHAT)

CHAT is a team of healthcare professionals dedicated to raising awareness and helping youths with mental health concerns. If you or someone you care about requires help, feel free to contact us for a free confidential assessment or to speak with an information officer to identify your options. Visit us at www.youthinmind.sg to find out more.


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We believe that every single person in the world deserves to be heard and deserves to be loved.

We also believe, that in every single one of us, there exist the capacity to recognize, and to some extent, share feelings that are being experienced by another fellow being.

Pen down your feelings and thoughts and write to those in need of comfort or love.

The name Amanda means having to be loved, deserving to be loved and worthy of love.

In here, we all are,  Amanda.

About Get Help Contact Us

When a crisis happens, call for help and calmly state the situation. If possible, get another person to help you deal with the situation as this will lighten your burden and will help you respond more effectively.


Online Resources

Cyber Wellness Website


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Family and Community Development @ ecitizen

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List of Assistance Schemes for Individuals and Families

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Online Counselling

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(For lesbian. gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning communities)

Online Peer Support Network

Website

Helplines

Helpline

Details

Operating
Hours

Helpline Number

ComCare Call

For information on the ComCare Assistance and Family Service Centres available 24 hours 1800-222-0000

Samaritans of Singapore
(SOS)

For anybody in crisis and persons with suicidal tendencies 24 hours 1800 221 4444

aLife

Educate, advise and support women and their families on issues related to the unborn child and the mother's reproductive health Mon-Fri:
9.30am – 5.30pm
6258 8816

BABES (Beyond Social
Service)

For teenagers with child 24 hours Call/SMS: 8111 3535

National Pregnancy
Helpline

For any pregnancy issues 24 hours 1800-MUM-TO-BE
(800 6868 623)

Parent Line

For parents with parenting and childcare issues Mon-Fri:
9.00am – 5.00pm
6289 8811

Pregnancy Crisis Service

For those with pregnancy issues 24 hours 6339 9770

Action for AIDS
Information & Counselling

To provide information and counseling services on all aspects of AIDS Mon-Fri:
10.00am – 5.30pm
6254 0212

DSC Clinic AIDS & STI
Helplines

For sexual issues incuding STI Mon-Fri:
8.00am – 6.30pm
1800 252 1324

TOUCH Youth Service

For youths faced with challenge/s, to equip them with essential skills and qualities necessary for them to lead a balanced and healthy lifestyle Mon–Fri:
8.00am - 6.00pm
1800 377 2252

Yuan Yuan Helpline
(Mandarin)

For people in need of telephone counseling services under such
circumstances as bereavement, critical illness or other crisis, as
well as for those who needs a listening ear
Mon-Sat:
1.00pm – 5.00pm
6741 0078

Breakthrough Missions
Limited

For those with drug abuse issues Mon-Fri
9.30-6pm
6479 7734/56

National Addictions 6-RECOVER (6732 6837)
Management Service

All addictions helpline Mon-Fri:
8.30- 6pm
6-RECOVER (6732 6837)
Gambling addiction helpline 24 hours 1800 6 668 668

Teen Challenge

For the marginalized with pressing needs Mon–Fri:
9.00am - 6.00pm
6793 7933

Singapore Planned
Parenthood Association
Counseling Hotline

To help young people and adults deal with sexuality related
problems and concerns
Mon-Fri:
9.00am – 6.00pm
1800 775 8582

Oogachaga

OC is a Counseling and personal development organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) individuals Mon-Fri:
10.00am - 6.00pm
6224 9373

AWARE (Association of
Women for Action and
Research)

To offer women in need of assistance empathy, support, information and encouragement. Services include crisis counseling. assistance in dealing with the authorities and legal advice Mon–Fri:
3.00pm – 9.30pm
1800 774 5935

Association of Muslim
Professionals

For those facing youth, marital, family or financial problems. Those in need can also call in to obtain relevant information on available assistance schemes Mon-Fri:
10.00am – 5.00pm
6416 3960

Counseling and Care
Centre

For those who are facing emotional, psychological, relationship and marital problems Mon-Fri:
9.00am – 5.00pm
6536 6366

Eagles Mediation and
Counselling Centre

For quality counselling and psychological services for the community in Singapore Mon-Fri:
9.30am – 5.30pm
6788 8220

Raffles Counselling
Centre

To provide professional advice on mental health issues 24 hours 6311 1222

SAF Counselling Hotline

For SAF service personnel and their family members. 24 hours 1800-2780022

Singapore Association for
Mental Health (SAMH)

For individuals, couples and families with psychological, psychiatric
and other social or relationship problems
Mon-Fri:
9.00am – 1.00pm,
2.00pm – 6.00pm
1800-2837 019

Programmes for Out of School Youths (OSYs)

Programme

Details

Contact

Ain Society

Addressing the issues of youths at risk and the development of disadvantaged families through skills and knowledge development, hence self-reliance Address:
20 Joo Chiat Road #02-06
Singapore 427357

DID: 63424832
Email: query@ainsociety.org.sg


Website

Project 180

Project 180 (Youth Services) is a youth centre, under the umbrella of Fei Yue Community Services, to transform life through the following programmes: The Guidance Programme, eCounselling Centre, New Media Address:
Blk 145 Simei St 2 #01-06
Singapore 520145

DID: 6787 1125
Email: project180@fycs.org


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Touch Youth
Learning Centre

The centre offer youths a second chance in education. Early school leavers between the ages of 14 and 19 can join TOUCH Youth Learning Centre to attain the GCE 'O' or 'N' level certificates. With a team of dedicated staff, we are fully committed to working with the students to help them achieve their academic goals. It is also a place where the youths can acquire life skills Address:
Blk 162 Bukit Merah Central
#05-3555 Singapore 150162

DID: 6317 9937


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Yayasan MENDAKI

Yayasan MENDAKI is a self-help group set up by Malay/Muslim community leaders dedicated to the empowerment of the disadvantaged through excellence in education. The group provides education and character development programmes, employment facilitation and other useful services Address:
51 Kee Sun Avenue Singapore
457056

DID: 6245 5555
Email: mendaki@mendaki.org.sg


Website

YMCA Project Bridge

YMCA Project Bridge is a programme for early school leavers and youth-at-risk between the ages of 13 to 19 years old. It aims to help them realise their full potential and discover their purpose through meaningful, wholesome and challenging activities. It also aims to provide them with opportunities to return to mainstream education and help equip them with quintessential job skills Address:
One Orchard Road
Singapore 238824

DID: 6362 0700


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Youth Centres

Youth Centre

Address

Contact Number

Website

Association of Muslim Professionals NUR Drop-in Centre

1 Jurong West Central 2
#05-02 Singapore 648886
6792 4155 Website

Association of Muslim Professionals NUR Drop-in Centre

1 Pasir Ris Drive 4 Level 5
Singapore 519457
6416 3966 Website

Care Community Services Society

247 Paya Lebar Road #03- 02 Trinity@Paya Lebar Singapore 409045 6304 7604 Website

CROSSROAD Youth Centre Care Corner Family Service Centre (Admiralty)

Blk 719 Woodlands Ave 6 #01-628 Singapore 730719 6364 2203 Website

CWS-BT YouthReach

Blk 166 Tampines St 12 #01-357 Singapore 521166 6588 2267/ 9272 7107 Website

Dreams @ Kolam Ayer

Block 47 Bendemeer Road #01-1479 Singapore 330047 6341 7943 Website

Heartware Network

9 Bishan Place #05-01 Junction 8 Office Tower Singapore 579837 6259 4414 Website

Methodist Children & Youth Centre

Blk 106 #01-217 Bukit Batok Central Singapore 650106 6562 2211 Website

Singapore Children's Society Round Box

Central Singapore Joint Social Service Centre 381 Toa Payoh Lorong 1 #01-12 Singapore 319758 6259 3735 Website

Singapore Children's Society Youth Centre (Jurong)

552 Jurong West St 42 #01- 321 Singapore 640552 6566 6989 Website
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Singapore Children's Society Youth Service Centre (Toa Payoh)

109 Toa Payoh Lorong 1 #01-316 Singapore 310109 6253 1124 Website

Student Care Service Central

298 Tiong Bahru Road #03- 03 Central Plaza Singapore 168730 6593 6462 Website

Student Care Service Clementi Centre

329 Clementi Ave 2 #01- 248 Singapore 120329 6778 6867 Website

Student Care Service Hougang Centre

463 Hougang Ave 10 #01- 964 Singapore 530463 6286 9905 Website

Student Care Service Yishun Centre

202 Yishun Street 21 #01- 89 Singapore 760202 6759 6821 Website

Teck Ghee Youth Centre

Blk 346 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3 #01-2280 Singapore 560346 6554 7100 Website

The Salvation Army Youth Development Centre

Blk 65 Kallang Bahru #01- 305 Singapore 330065 6291 6303 Website

TOUCH Leadership and Mentoring

Blk 162 Bukit Merah Central #05-3555 Singapore 150162 6273 5568 Website

YMCA (Youth Development Programmes)

One Orchard Road Singapore 238824 6336 6000 Website

Yong-En Care Centre

Blk 335A Smith Street #03- 57 Singapore 051335 6225 1002 Website

Youth Guidance Outreach Services

Block 804 Woodlands Street 81 #01-37 Singapore 730804 6368 8392 Website

Beyond Social Services

26 Jalan Klinik #01-42/52 Singapore 160026 6375 2940 Website

Yw@p (Youth With a Potential) Care Corner Family Service Centre (Toa Payoh)

Blk 158 Lor 1 Toa Payoh #01-1522 Singapore 310158 6356 1622 Website

 

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Email: contact@letterstoamanda.com

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