How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Your donation of $10 will help us to fund monthly peer support sessions conducted by volunteers.
Your donation of $50 can help fund one peer member suffering from depression/mood disorders to attend an art therapy workshop.
Your donation of $100 will help to fund the costs of peer support sessions for depressed individuals.
Your donation of $200 can help fund our educational programmes to support mental health recovery.
About Campaignends 17 Nov 2017, 11:59 PM
This group based training, conducted by trainers from the US, allows participants to develop a system for getting well and staying well. It is grounded on the principles of hope, personal responsibility, education, self-advocacy and support for a wellness-centric approach to life.
A WRAP-plan can serve as a day-to-day guide for wellness maintenance, of which the key steps//tools include:
a. Identifying triggers
b. Developing a daily maintenance plan
c. Building a resilience toolbox
d/ Crisis action plan; and
e. Post-crisis recovery plan
Wrap is listed in the US National Registry of Evidence-based Programmes and Practives. It has been adopted and made the cornerstone for health programs around the world.
Many peer members who would benefit most from this programme have endured long term unemployment or under-employment due to the social discrimination and stigmatisation associated with their mental condition.
It is enviaged that they would have serious affordability issues to meet the participation cost - which would amount to at least S$500 per person, just on a cost-recovery basis.
Mental health recovery is a long journey. We sincerely hope we can count on your support to help peers with depression in their journey.
About the Charity
Your financial support will help fund our programs and activities in supporting and sustaining mental health recovery, to equip peers suffering from depression and mood disorders in staying mentally well by conducting meaningful and relevant programs; and giving them hope & encouragement through peer-led support groups.