Ex-Hwa Chong students organise mental health conference to better support youth

Former schoolmates (from left) Titus Yim, Yelani Bopitiya, Claudia Lin, Rachael Chew and Brandon Kwok first started the Mental Health Collective as a school-based service learning project in 2018. PHOTO: MENTAL HEALTH COLLECTIVE
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SINGAPORE - What started out as a school service learning project has now grown into something much bigger for five former schoolmates.

When the then Hwa Chong Institution students first started the project in 2018, the Mental Health Collective's (MHC) initial mission was to empower their peers to become more aware of and take care of their own mental well-being.

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