Where Hope, Empowerment, Acceptance & Love Prevail
Club HEAL (Hope, Empowerment, Acceptance & Love) aims to assist and empower persons with mental health issues to regain confidence in themselves and others in their journey towards community reintegration.
Approved as an Institution of Public Character till 28 April 2023. UEN No: T12SS0028K. You can make a gift at www.giving.sg/club-heal or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org / 6899 3463. Donors who are Singapore tax residents will receive a 2.5 times tax deductions of the value of your gift.
On Saturday (11 Jan), Club HEAL held the graduation ceremony for participants of Our HEALing Voice (OHV) programme with guest of honour Ms Tina Hung, Deputy CEO of NCSS.
OHV is a six-month programme co-developed by Club HEAL and NCSS to equip participants with the skills and knowledge to take care of their mental well-being through self-expression and mutual support.
We are truly proud of all our OHV graduates who have shown commitment, resilience and courage in empowering themselves through this journey. Congratulations!
If you wish to find out more about OHV, email our programme coordinator at email@example.com
HEAL Issue 27 Pottery and Healing
Issue 27 looks at Pottery and Healing as we speak to peers and staff at Club HEAL about their healing journeys with pottery . Read it here: http://anyflip.com/utvh/ilcz
Opening of Club HEAL @ Buangkok
21 Nov 2019 marks the opening of Club HEAL @ Buangkok. During this special occasion, Dr. Intan Mokhtar – MP for Ang Mo Kio GRC was the guest of honour. Guests were treated to performances and sharing by staff and peers, as well as refreshments and door gifts.
The new mental wellness centre is located at the void deck of 997A Buangkok Crescent and will provide residents in the north-east of Singapore with more access to mental health services.
Thank you to all grassroots leaders and residents of Buangkok Crescent, partners and friends of Club HEAL for their wonderful support.
A Worthwhile Duty/ Kewajipan Berbaloi by Dr Radiah Salim
A Worthwhile Duty, a book about keeping your mind and body health written by Dr Radiah Salim, and its Malay version Kewajipan Berbaloi, was launched on 9 Oct 2019 in conjunction with World Mental Health Day. The book launch was kindly graced by President Halimah Yacob and attended by clients, caregivers, donors and supporters. During the event, our peers shared their recovery stories and there were also performances such as dance and singing by our talented peers as well as staff.
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Quote of the Month
“And do not walk upon the earth exultantly. Indeed, you will never tear the earth [apart], and you will never reach the mountains in height.” – Al Isra’ 17:37