Please Stay.

Uniting for a strategy to prevent youth suicide and to help youths STAY hopeful.

Starry Sky

"I carry your heart with me ..."

Trees From Above

Prevent youth suicide now

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Concerns of the young

Suicide is the leading cause of death for those aged 10-29.

For each suicide, there are more than 20 suicide attempts. 

  We need a national strategy led by a dedicated agency for greater effectiveness.

Every life is precious. Let us act now to save lives.

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"You will be found"

World Mental Health Day 2020

Produced to mark World Suicide Prevention Day 2020 on 10 Sep - the video is a stark reminder that as a society we must act urgently to prevent losing more young lives to suicide. 

Directed by Alecia Neo, sound design and original music by Chong Li-Chuan.

 
Holding Hands

Urgent Help

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1800-221 4444

If you're in distress,

talk to someone now.

Help for Youths

Help is available.

 Some are free of charge.

You can remain anonymous.  Look for one which suits you.  

Grief Support

If you have suffered a loss, seek  companions to help you find strength and courage. 

Self

Care

Find balance and growth amidst the difficulties . 

Remain hopeful.

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Editorial

How does a parent 'move on' after losing their kid to suicide? (Mothership, Apr 2021)

More at Resources

Commentary

Making mental health more affordable by Anthea Ong (Oct 2020)

Report

Suicide Prevention National Policy Platform (Australia, 2019) 

Video

Healing Hearts - a support group in Singapore dedicated to mothers who have lost their children to suicide (Our Better World)