Mental Health Volunteers Alumni Association

The Mental Health Volunteers Alumni Association was officially set up in 2020 in Singapore.

 

Our mission is to promote lifelong relationships and meaningful conversations, to support and sustain the objectives of Volunteerism and to serve as an advocate for Mental Health. We strive to bring meaningful activities and programs to the Alumni Community. 

 

We keep our volunteers and community closely connected through networking opportunities, professional development resources, programs, volunteer opportunities and more. 

You may no longer be a volunteer, but Project Green Ribbon will always be here for you.
Remember, Project Green Ribbon’s alumni community is your community.

Year 2021

Gillian Peck

Director Community And Partnerships

Serene Lim

Marketing and Social Media Head

nicole mathiaz

Nicole Mathiaz

Corporate and Community Lead

Harald Lang

Harald Lang

Lived Experience Specialist

Year 2020

Youth Crisis Home In Singapore – Providing Care and Support

Introduction: In a rapidly evolving world, Singapore’s youth face unique challenges and pressures. From academic stress to peer pressure, mental health issues to family problems, many young individuals find themselves in crisis situations. Fortunately, Project Green Ribbon (PGR) Singapore offers a lifeline in the form of Youth Crisis Homes– Green Hearth – safe havens designed

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Thank You Letter to Myself

Self-love and feeling comfortable in my own skin seems hard to achieve. I wrote a letter to myself to remind myself that I am whole and complete, deserving of love, and capable of change.

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Leap into Recovery

Recovery means making small leaps in a new direction. Some days are dark, but the only way to move towards recovery, is to step into the sun.

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Get Help:
If you struggle with thoughts of self-harm or suicide and are unable to keep yourself safe, please
call 24-hour hotline Samaritans of Singapore (SOS) 1800
221 4444, get in touch with your doctor, or the nearest hospital.

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