“All it takes is a beautiful fake smile to hide an injured soul and they will never notice how broken you really are”
– Robin Williams
Suicide Attempt Survivors
Recovery from a suicide attempt can be both physically and mentally challenging. Most of the time, suicide is connected to other forms of stressors or violence. For example, people who have experienced violence, including abuse, bullying etc, have a higher suicide risk. And for those suicide attempt survivors, those stressors are still present.
What you can do:
- Talk to trusted ones about what happened.
- Self-care (physically, emotionally, spiritually)
- Joining support group programmes, facilitated by professionals
Read more about the journey of one of our suicide attempt survivors: https://caringforlifesg.org/journey-of-a-suicide-attempt-survivor/
The Rebuilding Journey
The Rebuilding Journey by Caring for Life is an 8-week programme and the sessions are aimed at helping to rebuild lives. Facilitated by qualified counsellors and social workers in a group setting, with participants who are all walking similar paths, the sessions provide a platform for support and introduce frameworks and tools to help people find purpose and thrive.
Why Choose Us?
Our course is conducted by counsellors and facilitators who are trained by Caring for Life staff.
Any questions/sharing regarding your own experience is welcomed during the session.
Endorsed and Funded by Government
Caring for Life is recognized and funded by the Agency for Integrated Care (AIC) as one of the suicide prevention non-profit organizations in Singapore.
Our training courses are free for all to attend.
Multiple options available
You can either join one of our existing sessions, or cater one for your organization. Depending on your preference, we can conduct our sessions in a classroom setting or via zoom.