Our services are available to young persons aged 13 to 25.

No parental consent is required for mental health screening.

Parental consent is required for counselling-focused interventions for those under 18 years old.

In partnership with Agency for Integrated Care (AIC), our mental health services are fully-subsidised for young persons aged 13 to 25.

Sessions can be done either face-to-face or online.

Your privacy and safety are important to us. We will not share your information with other organisations or individuals without your knowledge and consent.

However, if your safety and/or that of others’ are compromised, or if there is trouble with the police and/or law, we seek your understanding that we are obligated to break confidentiality and contact the appropriate authorities for protection purposes.

Care Corner INSIGHT provides counselling-focused interventions. Should you require a diagnosis or medication, you can approach the nearest polyclinic for a referral to relevant restructured hospitals to see a psychiatrist at a subsidised rate.

You can also see your General Practitioner for medication to help with some of the symptoms.

You can contact us to explore possible options regarding how to move forward.

You can also share our Instagram or TikTok handles (@insightccs) with your child. Our social media handles have mental health and wellbeing related information, tools and resources as well as links to seek help when he/she feels ready.

We encourage you to be open and curious about your child’s concerns and reasons for not wanting to seek help.

Focus on understanding where he/she is coming from, rather than trying to force him/her to do something he/she may not be quite ready for.

The following are some signs to keep a lookout for when monitoring one's mental health and wellbeing:

  • Sleeping more or less than usual
  • Eating more or less than usual
  • Loss of motivation or interest and/or lower energy levels
  • Difficulty concentrating or remembering things
  • Significant changes in mood (e.g. feeling unusually sad/worried, easily irritated/angry for no reason) and behaviour (e.g. social withdrawal, lashing out more, engaging in risky behaviours)