About Campaign

ends 31 Dec 2017, 11:59 PM
Wanting to interact and connect with our community more, 'Incandescent' was born. This newsletter will be a platform where we can educate the public and share tips on topics such as self-care, mental health, relationships and much more! You can also find out what EMCC has done and is planning to do in the future via 'Incandescent'.

We hope that 'Incandescent' will not only be a source of advice but also a form of encouragement for people who are reluctant to seek help via our services of counselling and mediation. We hope Incandescent will dispel potential stigmas or worries they might have against these services, and be comfortable enough to get the help they need to rekindle that incandescent joy for life once again.

Your donations will not only help us to continue the publications of 'Incandescent', but allow us to perform means tests to provide subsidies to our clients as well. These subsidies allow our clients to receive the help that they need regardless of their financial situation.

We hope that you will support us, and Incandescent, in bringing hope to more lives!

*To read the 1st issue of 'Incandescent' (published in September 2017), visit http://emcc.org.sg/media/newsletter/

*Find out more about what we do at EMCC at http://emcc.org.sg/

About the Charity

Since our establishment in 1997, EMCC has endeavoured to bring hope to broken relationships. We believe the Singaporean society at large benefits from the development of strong marriages and healthy families.

For couples and families who want to repair or strengthen their relationships, EMCC uses evidence-based methodologies to help them manage conflicts healthily and improve their relationships. This is done through our range of services: mediating disputes, providing marital and family counselling, and conducting educational workshops. We are also actively developing upstream initiatives towards the prevention and early detection of psycho-emotional and relational problems.

EMCC is one of the few agencies with the expertise to be a one-stop centre for relational restoration and wellness. We provide both mediation and psycho-therapy as a holistic and integrated approach to addressing relational disputes or difficulties.

EMCC is a full member of the National Council of Social Service (NCSS) and an approved Institution of Public Character (IPC).


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Children & Youth
Social Service

Benjamin Tang, Contact Person