Resources for coping with grief

Voluntary Welfare Organisations and Support Groups:

Children’s Cancer Foundation
For children who lost their caregivers to cancer | Tel: 6229 3701
Child Bereavement Support(Singapore)
A network of bereaved parents offering support to anyone whose child has passed away

Farewell My Child ( A compilation of shared experiences in child bereavement)
PleaseStay. Movement Singapore

An advocacy group calling for unity and support to prevent suicide among young people

HCA Hospice Care

Supports both patients and their families as they journey through their adjustments and losses|

KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (Neonatal Bereavement Support Group)(NBSG)

For bereaved parents| Tel: 6225 5554

Wicare Support Group
For widows and their children | Tel: 6354 2475

Useful Hotlines:

Hotline / Helpline Who is it for?  Day  Times  Telephone 
Samaritans of Singapore (SOS) Anybody in crisis and the suicidal. Daily 24 hours 1800 – 2214444
Mental Health Helpline Those suffering from psychological and psychiatric problems Daily 24 hours 6389-2222
SAMH Helpline For people who have psychological, psychiatric or social problem and others who need information on services for such persons Mon – Fri 9am – 5pm 1800 – 2837019
Hotline 800 Mandarin speaking community with family marital and personal problem Mon – Sun 10am – 9pm 1800 – 3535800
AMP Hotline Malay / Muslim families in crisis or those who need help Mon – Fri 10am – 5pm 6416-3960
Club HEAL For Malay / Muslim individuals or families  who require assistance with or support for mental health concerns Mon – Fri 9am – 5pm 6899-3463
Singapore Indian Development Association (SINDA) Indian families in need of assistance or counselling Mon – Fri
9am – 5pm
9am – 1pm
Aware Helpline Women with a variety of concerns Mon – Fri 3pm – 9.30pm 1800-774-5935
Counselling & Care Centre For individuals, couple and families experiencing psychological, marital or family problems Mon – Fri 8.30am – 5pm 6536-6366

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