MindCare is a community mental health service under AMKFSC Community Services that aims to respond to the increasing need for mental health support within the community.

Through a range of services that are open to residents of Ang Mo Kio, Sin Ming, Bishan, Hougang, Sengkang and Punggol estates, our team of helping professionals seek to promote mental health resiliency among the people we serve.

MindCare provides the following services:

  • Assessments & screening for mental health issues
  • Referrals to mental health services
  • Psychoeducation for clients and caregivers
  • Case management
  • Counselling
  • Support for caregivers of persons with mental health issues
  • Talks, trainings and outreach initiatives 
  • Group therapy



MindCare adopts a supportive approach to help you explore the way you experience the situations that affect you and your family. At MindCare, we are committed to being a part of your mental health recovery journey so you can focus your energy on improving the quality of your life.

Learn more about the story of Seng Choon, a beneficiary of MindCare, as he shares about his battle with mental illness and ongoing recovery.

Seng Choon

If you are in need of mental health support, please contact us at 69049817 or complete this Enquiry Form.


Talks, Training & Outreach initiatives

MindCare collaborates with various organisations and community partners to organise (1) talks on mental health awareness and preventive education, and (2) outreach booths and sharing sessions, at schools, Institutes of Higher Learning, community centres, hospitals, statutory boards and more.


Outreach in schools


Outreach in the community


Mental health talk


Inter-agency collaboration


MindCare provides a range of resources to support and strengthen your mental well-being. From virtual nature walks that engage your senses to mindfulness techniques that help you focus on the present and cope when you are feeling overhelmed, here are a few of them:

Virtual Nature Walk Video    Virtual Nature Walk eGuide
Launched in commemoration of World Mental Health Day 2021 and amidst the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, this guided virtual walk aims to help you engage with nature using your 5 senses, as a means of enhancing your mental health.    Launched in commemoration of World Mental Health Day 2022, this virtual guide equips you with the knowledge and skills to embark on a mindfulness nature walk that engages your 5 senses and allows you to focus on being present.


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Grounding technique       Box breathing technique        Colour breathing technique        Hand-on-heart breathing technique 








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