Having pulled through mental health struggles, young people team up to spread stories of hope

Team members of Project It'll Be Alright, mentored by Minister of State for Education and Social and Family Development Sun Xueling (top left). PHOTO: PROJECT IT'LL BE ALRIGHT
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SINGAPORE - Having struggled with mental health issues themselves, six young people have teamed up to create a community resource that they hope will support youth in need.

Mentored by Minister of State for Education and Social and Family Development Sun Xueling, they are gathering stories and quotes from various segments of the youth population, such as those in universities, polytechnics and Institutes of Technical Education as well as young working adults.

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