About SAMH

The Singapore Association for Mental Health (SAMH) was established in 1968 as the first community mental health agency in Singapore with the aim of providing quality community care and rehabilitative services to persons with mental health conditions. It is a non-profit, voluntary welfare organisation seeking to promote mental health in the community and improve the rehabilitation and reintegration of persons with mental illness.

Today, SAMH operates nine centres in Singapore, and has a comprehensive range of services.

Programmes and Services

  • Centres
    • Activity Hub @ Pelangi Village
    • Bukit Gombak Group Homes
    • Club 3R (Toa Payoh)
    • Mobile Support Team (Jurong East)
    • Oasis Day Centre
    • Insight Centre
    • Creative Hub
    • YouthReach
    • Creative Mindset
  • Services
    • Counselling (Helpline & Appointments)
    • BGGH After Care
    • Mobile Mental Health Outreach Team
    • Community Mental Health Education
    • Volunteer Programme
    • Support Services
      • Caregiver Support
      • Peer Support
      • Support for Eating Disorders Singapore

SAMH-logoThe vibrant human figure represents inspiration and hope to improve one’s sense of well-being, as well as the renewal and growth of beneficiaries and the organisation.

The ripple represents the impact of our mission, symbolising the ever-widening circles of positive change, enriching the lives of our beneficiaries and the community.

The colours represent the following:

  • Blue: Integrity, Stability and Expertise
  • Green: Growth and Renewal
  • Purple: Well-being and Recovery

Mental Wellness For All


  • To improve the lives of persons with mental illness and provide support for their families
  • To promote acceptance and respect for persons with mental illness
  • To improve the mental resilience of our community


  • Professionalism & Respect
  • Compassion & Acceptance
  • Hope & Empowerment
  • Engagement & Collaboration