We have compiled a list of resources that might be helpful for survivors, bystanders, and support persons. These are not exhaustive and we welcome your suggestions for adding to them.
NCU provides support for staff and students who are experiencing sexual misconduct.
UCS provides free short term individual counseling for NUS students.
This page provides frequently asked questions (FAQs) on harassment, sexual misconduct, and residential hall security.
UCC provides professional counseling and related psychological wellbeing services to staff and students.
#02-01 University Health Service 36 Nanyang Avenue Singapore 639801
SafeNUS is a group by and for students advocating a safer and more inclusive campus environment. This page offers useful information such as a guide to consent on campus and safeNUS telegram channel.
Yale-NUS Counselling Centre
The Counselling Centre provides free individual counselling for Yale-NUS students.
Yale-NUS Sexual Misconduct
These pages provide useful information such as definitions and frequently asked questions (FAQs) on sexual misconduct.
SIT Counselling Service
SIT Counselling Service offers free individual counselling for SIT students.
Voices@SMU offers support and assistance for students affected by harassment or violence – including cases of sexual harassment or sexual assault.
SMU Sexual Harassment
These pages provide useful information such as definitions and reporting of sexual harassment and guidelines for survivors.
SUTD Wellbeing Services
SUTD Wellbeing Services offers free individual counselling for SUTD students.
C-three offers free individual counselling and life coaching for SUSS students.
SACC provides safe, free, and confidential services for people facing sexual assault and/or sexual harassment.
SOS provides confidential emotional support for people facing a crisis.
NCH offers support for individuals impacted by COVID-19.
Helpline: 1800 202 6868 (Monday – Sunday, 8am to 12mn)
PAVE offers services for persons who abuse, survivors and vulnerable family members such as children and the elderly in dealing with violence.
Trans SAFE Centre provides help to victims of abuse, persons who abuse and their families who are affected by the abuse.
The Online Identity Help Center (OIHC) is part of a research project conducted by researchers at the University of Michigan School of Information and funded in part by the National Science Foundation. It aims to help people understand different social media platforms’ policies and rules about content takedowns.
The A.C.T. Against Violence website is an initiative of the Singapore Council of Women’s Organisations (SCWO) that aims to be a one-stop information and help site regarding ALL FORMS of violence against women of ALL ages.
Help123 is a one-stop service for youth cyber wellness issues run by counsellors from TYI.
TOUCHline provides counselling services for youths.
Helpline: 1800 377 2252 (Monday – Friday, 9am to 6pm)
Oogachaga provides confidential counselling services and emotional support for individuals who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, queer, or gender-diverse (LGBTQ+).
The Brave Helpline provides confidential counselling services and emotional support for women who identify as lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex (LBTQI).
T Project Peer Counselling offers a safe environment and listening ear with no judgement, enabling both men and women to get the support they need.
National Anti-Violence and Sexual Harassment Helpline (NAVH)
The integrated phone number aims to replace the support provided by five helplines for reporting child abuse and another five for family violence under MSF and its community partners. These helplines will remain operational to manage existing cases.