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We are all going through trying times during this pandemic. Some of us might be struggling with what's happening at home and the daily exposure to news about Covid-19 and trying to manage what's happening for you and your family may result in a range of responses. Reactions can be emotional, somatic, and/or behavioral, and can impact mental and physical health. You might also have questions about how to cope with what you are going through at home.
We are here for you. Reach out to us. Write to us and we will respond in 24 hours.
The National CARE Hotline is available 24/7 if you need to speak to someone immediately and specialists trained in psychological first aid are available to answer your call.
National CARE Hotline: 6202-6868
If you are at risk of or contemplating suicide, please call Samaritans of Singapore (SOS) 24-hour hotline.
SOS: 1800-221 4444
In reaching out for help, please ensure that you or your family members are not in any immediate danger. Please call the police immediately if there is any danger. Your safety is of utmost importance!
What can I do if I or someone I know is in a violent relationship?
A person who is experiencing violence/abuse in a relationship might be experiencing shame and confusing thoughts about the situation one is in.
If you or someone you know needs help, you can:
Call the police if you believe that there is imminent danger
If there is no imminent danger, you can provide emotional support to that person by listening
Seek help at the nearest family service center or family violence specialist center
Call Comcare hotline or National CARE hotline to speak to a trained professional