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“1 in 7 persons in Singapore will experience a mental health challenge in their lifetime and more than 75% do not seek help”

Singapore Mental Health Study, 2016

"7 in 10 people believe that persons with mental health conditions experience stigma and discrimination in their daily lives and more than 5 in 10 are not willing to live, live nearby or work with a person with mental health condition"

Study on the Attitudes towards Persons with Mental Health Conditions in Singapore, 2017

Who We Are

Resilience Collective (RC) is an IPC registered mental health charity powered by peers, for peers.

Peers, or persons with the lived experience of mental health conditions are empowered through our resilience education modules which equip peers with recovery strategies and coping mechanisms, and peer support initiatives which see peers supporting each other as they progress ahead in their

recovery journeys.

By harnessing the voices of peers which speak to the value of first-hand perspectives and knowledge of mental health recovery, and co-producing holistic mental health solutioning with other stakeholders, RC together with our peers help to drive anti-stigmatism and promote help-seeking among those at risk.

Through community-driven initiatives and engagement, RC aims to drive meaningful dialogue based on equal partnerships between peers and society, building inclusivity and removing the damaging mentality of “us and them.”

What Drives Us

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Past Events/

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Asserting Boundaries At The Workplace Workshop
Circles of Resilience Info-Session
Art of Friendship: Understanding and Communicating our Mental Health Needs Workshop
Art of Friendship Workshop
Art of Friendship: Understanding The Needs and Expectations of Your Support System Workshop


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June 2, 2021

The Sticky Business of Stigma


I want to talk about the one particular type of stigma I faced because of my mental health condition. I have had struggles with word sensitivity and thought distortion, which have led to a very troublesome issue I had over the years –...

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Get Involved

The Power of WE is only possible with the collective strength and perspective of our peers, community and partners.

We believe that everyone has a role to play in the betterment of mental health. We match the skills and experience of our community to relevant initiatives for impactful solutions.

We Want To Hear From You

Interested to have a chat about what we do? We would love to hear more!

Drop us a note and we’ll get back to you.

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