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Silent 
Conditions

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A ground-up initiative that aims to improve mental health literacy, mental care and mental motivation amongst Singaporean youths. 

What they do

1. Telegram Peer Support Group

They run a digital publication of firsthand local narratives of persons-in-recovery, caregivers and mental health professionals to keep mental health conversations going.

2. Collaborations + Talks

They give talks/consultations to tertiary institutions/individuals who share the cause for mental health education and empowerment.

3. Writing Workshops

They run writing workshops for wellness, which include journalling/ narrative writing workshops for schools and the workplace. These workshops are informed by evidence-based practices in narrative and cognitive therapy

4. Reviews + Resources

They publish mental-health related resources. and have a mental health FAQ "Unravelled".

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The power of peer support

On our second episode of #CookieConversations, we invited Ryan from Silent Conditions to talk about the inspiration behind the organisation, their long-term goals, their various initiatives and the importance of peer support when dealing with mental health issues.

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The Power of Peer Support with Silent Conditions

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Support them on social media!

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Get involved

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Share your story!

If you have a passion to shift the narrative on mental health and inspire hope through your story, The Tapestry Project welcomes your story!

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Volunteer!

If you are willing to be a volunteer writer or able to provide technical/ financial support for their writing workshops, The Tapestry Project wants you!

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Participate in their workshops!

Their writing workshops focuses on personal mastery and the building of  emotional literacy, agency and identity.

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