About Campaign

ends 10 Aug 2020, 11:59 PM
At-risk behaviours among youths are caused by external factors and internal conflicts. While external factors such as financial concerns, family issues, education and employment problems are relatively easier to detect, the youths' internal conflicts must also be addressed. And to be able to tackle these less visible issues, we must encourage them to share their stories and let them know that it is OK2Talk.

OK2Talk is an initiative that primarily champions the overall wellness of the underserved youth. By donating to this campaign, you are supporting Trybe's services and programmes that look after our clients' emotional and mental well-being. Furthermore, your contribution will be doubled with the Bicentennial Community Fund.

Success Story
Tim (not his real name), lived in a challenging family environment. Tim's divorced parents (who still stayed together) argued frequently, and he found himself turning to substances as a way to escape his circumstances.

Over several counselling sessions, Trybe's Counsellor helped Tim process his emotions, eventually asking if he was open to clinical help. Tim agreed and was referred to a psychologist who diagnosed Tim with General Anxiety Disorder, allowing him to receive the proper treatment he needed.

If we are able to guide and convince the youths that it is okay to talk, half the battle would be won.

Why mental wellness? Read more: https://www.trybe.org/ok2talk/

About the Charity

Established in 1995, Trybe is a social service agency that specialises in working with youth facing adversities. Our vision is "Every Youth a Success Story". We believe that all youth are able to reach the fullest of their potentials to live successful lives. Thus, we are united by our mission - to journey with youth who face adversities to lead purposeful lives; inspiring them to impact others.

Trybe, an Institution of Public Character (IPC), is a member of the National Council of Social Services (NCSS). Our corporate values are resilience, integrity, service, and excellence.

Through our Community & Youth Services (CYS) Division and management of the Singapore Boys' Hostel (SBHL), Trybe provides youth with guidance and offer support for their families and communities, creating a complete ecosystem of care from community-based interventions to individual aftercare services.


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