Quick Exit

Find Support in Singapore

We have curated resources by profile, need, and issue. Find what you need below.

Note: This is a general directory. We cannot guarantee the usefulness of the resources listed here, and have limited information on what to expect when reaching out to these places. This directory is also non-exhaustive and we are always working to improve it. If you have feedback on the resources listed, please contact us.

Are you safe?

For emergencies, please call 999 for the police (or SMS 71999 if it is NOT SAFE to call ‘999’ or when you cannot speak).

If urgent medical attention is needed, call 995 for the emergency ambulance service.

To report abuse or violence, contact the National Anti-Violence and Sexual Harassment Helpline at 1800-777-0000.

If you have thoughts of hurting yourself, including thoughts of suicide, please call 1-767 for the Samaritans of Singapore (SOS) and stay on the phone until someone attends to you. You can also reach SOS on Facebook Messenger

It is good to have a safety plan for those times when you feel like you're alone and that there is no way out. Alliance Counselling has a Guide for making a safety plan for these times.