You can apply for Public Assistance at the Community Development Council (CDC) in your district. The CDC will assess if you qualify for the scheme.

You may visit Ministry of Social and Family Development to find out more about the various financial support that are available. Website:

If you need urgent and immediate help for less than 3 months, ComCare may be able to help you through the ComCare Interim Assistance Schemes.

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Don’t hesitate to reach out if you are feeling weighed down by these issues.

As we do our part to practise safe-distancing to protect the health of ourselves and those around us, paying attention to our mental and emotional well-being is equally important as well.


Connect with family or friends

Staying connected with family and friends through phone or video calls can do a lot for your mental health. Use these virtual meet-ups to also check on your loved ones to make sure they are staying safe and coping well.


Call a helpline if you need to speak to someone

Many of us can experience dips in our emotional or psychological wellbeing with the COVID-19 situation – this could be due to issues with school or work, financial concerns, or fears of domestic abuse.

If you need to talk to someone about what you are experiencing, do not hesitate to reach out. With helplines available for you to call, you can speak about the issues affecting you and get help that you may need.



Click here for the list of Helplines.

24-hour Helplines

Samaritans of Singapore (SOS)1-767
IMH Helpline6389 2222
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