CfL is an amazing team. What they do actually saves life. I have seen their passion and dedication, night or day, when they train and when they intervene in situations where all else give up.
The CfL training is amazing. In half a day it makes a ton of a difference…and creates a cycle of ‘pay it forward’.
Keep up the great work Caring for Life team!!!🤗👏👏👏👏
<The workshop> helps me to better understand how to broach the difficult topic of suicide, recognise that bring the issue out in the open is helpful. and to understand the process of supporting someone with suicide ideation.
CFL provided a very genuine and hearfelt training for us to recognized the warning signs of a potential contacts that may succumb to suicide.
Alot of learnings and very real scenarios picked up! A Well-done workshop!👍🏼
Attending the LIFE training with CFL is an eye-opener for me! The dedication of Dr Sally and her team of trainers and volunteers touched the heart of the participants. During the training, we could feel their sincerity in training community carers, so as to build up the capacity of the community and prevent suicide cases together. In the training, we learnt useful acronyms to help us remember what signs and signals to look out for and the steps to care for those who may have suicide intention. Thank you for having such a wonderful curriculum and hope that more people can join us to be trained as a suicide prevention community carer.
Latest update on our website
CFL Comic Strip
A picture’s worth a thousand words.
We hope that through our comics you will be able to understand the suicide landscape and what you can do as one of our community carers.
Click here to check it out, and remember to share it with your friends today!
New articles in CFL blog page
– What is empathic listening and why do we apply it?
– Is there a difference between what a person with suicidal thoughts want verus what we want for him/her?
– What is the role of the community in suicide prevention?
Check out CFL blog page as we publish new articles monthly. Do contact us if you are interested to volunteer as one of our writers.
Caring for Life Featured on The Straits Times
The Straits Times has featured us on 8 March, sharing about our Founder’s story, and what we do.
“Mr Chua, who serves as the board chairman of the charity, said: “The intention of CFL is not to duplicate the existing services in this area. Where we fit in is in the early intervention and prevention category, where a lot more can be done.”
Do you have a personal story to share with us?
If you have a personal testimony or experience supporting someone struggling with suicidal ideation, we would like to hear from you.
Your donation changes lives.
Your donation will subsidise and support community members to attend our training, and raise awareness of the stigma on suicide.
With effect from 07 March 2023 to 06 March 2024, CFL is approved as an Institution of a Public Character (IPC).
IPC is a status accorded to a registered charity or an exempt charity for a period of time. In addition to the income tax and property tax benefits enjoyed by registered charities, IPCs are authorised to issue tax deduction receipts for qualifying donations received.
Do you know what Caring For Life Logo stands for?
Our beautiful logo is designed by our volunteer. She explained: “The plant leaf in the logo signifies life, and the delicateness of life. Green is used because it is symbolic of regeneration which we see each Spring.”
Welcome Dr Alex Su as CFL Advisor!
We welcome Dr Alex Su, Vice Chairman Medical Board in IMH, as CFL Advisor. His years of experience in the medical field and suicidality field is an asset for the team.
“There is more than 1 suicide per day in Singapore”
The Heartache of Suicide
Each suicide causes unspeakable pain and heartaches, and any suicide is one too many. Caring for Life seeks to empower the community with LIFE skills through collaboration to bring about early suicide ideation identification and support.