Special Projects

  • CHAT works with various groups to launch outreach and awareness projects on youth mental health.

    To partner us on a project, please click here.
    If you just need collaterals such as pens or Mini Guide, please fill in this form instead.

    For inspiration, check out the links below for our past projects, or download CHAT's Mental Health Project Guide.

    invisible 2016  OverComeD   Art Detox   Project Kintsugi 
    In(VISIBLE)
    A multi-sensory and participatory theatre experience about youth mental health, in(VISIBLE) is restaged at *SCAPE following a successful debut at Singapore Polytechnic.
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    OverComeD
    Learn more about OCD at  OverComeD, an awareness campaign by a group of students from NTU’s Wee Kim Wee School of Communication & Information.
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    Art Detox
    Art Detox is a campaign that seeks to improve the mental well-being of Singaporean young adults through art-making activities aimed at relieving stress and anxiety.
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    Project Kintsugi
    Inspired by the Japanese art of kintsugi (repairing pottery with gold), Project Kintsugi collects creative expressions which have inspired those on recovery journeys, and turns them into art pieces.
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    Pandora Dimension  Project Dawn  In(visible)  Wander 
    Pandora's Dimension
    Based on a true story, this film by a group of students from Nanyang Technological University shows us Judy's journey of discovering and coping with schizopherenia. 
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    Project Dawn
    Walk in the shoes of a young lady with anxiety. This experiential exhibition, which made use of mobile technology, was the first of its kind in Singapore. It was created by a group of 20 NUS students from various faculties. 
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    In(visible)
    An interactive theatre experience featuring three common mental illnesses: depression, anxiety and psychosis. This was planned, staged, and moderated by four Singapore Polytechnic students of Applied Drama & Psychology.
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    The Days That We Wander/Wonder
    Mental illness is both a physical and emotional journey, as you can see in this multi-disciplinary art exhibition featuring specially commissioned works. The exhibition was put together by three Arts Business Management graduates of Ngee Ann Polytechnic.
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    Embrace  SeeTheFullPicture  DropThatLabel  Amanda 
    Embrace(D)
    A campaign to de-stigmatize depression and empower individuals, this was planned and executed by four students from Nanyang Technological University’s Wee Kim Wee School of Communication & Information.
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    See The Full Picture
    A campaign which urges everyone to stop defining people by their illnesses, this was a joint collaboration between CHAT and eight Psychology students from the National University of Singapore. 
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    Drop That Label
    Drop That Label is a NUS student-led initiative by CHAT to get NUS students to drop the labels of stigma we place on those with mental health issues. 
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    Letters to Amanda
    As part of our campaign to Burst the Silence, a group of NUS students started a project with us to get people to contribute their secrets and struggles anonymously through postcards. 
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    Ohana  DelicateMind  ChatPhotovoice  X_Stigma 
    The Delicate Mind
    An exhibition by SIM-RMIT students to showcase the life of someone with schizophrenia. 
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    CHAT Photovoice
    Raising awareness of mental illness, one photo at a time. This was a  collaboration with Ngee Ann Polytechnic and Photovoice.
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    X-Stigma
    A competition organized by NUS students for schools to get involved in issues surrounding mental health.
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    OHANA Fun
    A day of games and activities for young people with mental health issues, this event was fun for the Nanyang Polytechnic student organizers too.
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    On The Mend
    On The Mend
    In collaboration with CHAT ‘On The Mend’ is a social campaign by a group of NTU students that targets young men in Singapore, encouraging them to seek help for Depression.
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