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Samaritans of Singapore
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Everyone

Samaritans of Singapore Limited (SOS) is a secular, non-profit suicide prevention centre. Since its establishment in 1969, SOS...

9151 17671767

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Youth

ec2.sg is a community mental health programme for youth aged between 12 to 25 years old. eC2 aims to promote mental resilience...


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Women

The AWARE Women’s Helpline is run by women, for women. Trained volunteers and staff will be able to provide you with assistance...


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Children

Tinkle Friend is a national toll-free helpline (1800 2744 788) and chatline for all primary-school-aged children in Singapore....


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Struggling with depression? Contact a hotline in Singapore for free, confidential help

Depression can look different in different people, but it is generally experienced as a low mood that continues for at least two weeks. If you're depressed you may feel sad, hopeless, and unmotivated.

There are 6 depression hotlines in Singapore that you can contact for free help if you're experiencing the following symptoms:

  • You became irritable for no reason
  • You don’t care for your hobbies or work
  • You lost interest in things you used to enjoy and find important
  • You feel discouraged and pessimistic
  • You cannot concentrate and have difficulties memorizing things
  • Your weight has changed alongside your emotions
  • Your mood has worsened in the recent weeks
  • You feel guilty, and you loath yourself

Experiencing the symptoms of depression can be the greatest challenge of your life. Nonetheless, many people in your position have successfully got through it and built a better life. Depression may feel lonely, but you are far from alone in experiencing what you are feeling.

Depression can make you feel like a burden to others so you may be hesitant to ask for help. However, there are helpline volunteers and counselors in Singapore who care about your situation and want to help. Sharing your feelings with a compassionate listener can help you feel supported and less alone.

For free and confidential support with depression, sadness and feeling hopeless, consider contacting a hotline in Singapore today.


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