To make support simple , real , human and sustainable.
OUR 3 CORE VALUES
- Build a Community of Support
- Make solutions and processes human
- Break down barriers and stigma
- Provide channels for expression
- Confidence and resilience building
- Offer real tools and create opportunities that will allow those struggling to to improve their lives on a sustainable level
Monthly interactive sessions where individuals share their journeys of mental wellness and life struggles.
The programme teaches participants how to recognize the signs and symptoms of a mental distress as well as how to cope and respond to challenging situations
Community Writing and Artistic Contributions. Project Green Ribbon provides an outlet and platform to showcase these works and translate them into merchandises made out of stories.
Community Talks with like-mind organisational partners, Strategic Partnerships, and Professional Contibutions by Dr Jasmine Badge.
Our Latest Success Story
In conjunction with World Mental Health Day on 10 October 2021, Project Green Ribbon presents THE UNHEARD: Human Library live via Facebook, Instagram & HyperLiveTV!
Hosted by Xixi Lim and attended by Guest Of Honor Ms Sun Xueling, Minister of State, Ministry of Social and Family Development & Ministry of Education the virtual event was empowering and received many positive feedbacks from the community on all our social media platforms.
Our Mission & Values
To give a voice to the Unheard Youths, and be a community of Support & Hope through creating a presence in society.
We live by the saying “The power of healing yourself is through the act of helping others.”
The act of giving ,the act of kindness , the act of listening with a heart. These could possibly change not just one, but many people’s lives.
They have received grace from others in the past at their lowest , now they returned back to the community to share the grace , love , kindness and support through ‘Empathise , Empower and Enable‘
Many feel rejected , depressed and isolated from society and its norm. It is timely the community come together to change that collectively.
Mental illness isn’t just in your head, it affects your physical body too. Both mental and physical illnesses must be addressed with care.
Dealing with depression and anxiety can feel like a constant rollercoaster. Here are some small ways to help you in your recovery journey.
I felt worthless, lost, stumbling around in made-up fantasies. But right on the edge, I found my golden treasure.