Happiness is never just a one way street.
What goes around comes around.
After becoming a Happyouth, your journey doesn't stop there!
Having learnt the ways of mastering yourself and being happy, now learn how to impart your new found skills to your fellow youth by becoming an agent of change.
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But we aren't stopping there!
As the African proverb goes,
If you want to go fast, go alone.
If you want to go far, go together.
As part of the community, it's YOU that will be ambassadors bringing the skills and knowledge of HappYouth to your schools, CCAs and various workplaces.
in creating the most inclusive community of resilient youth!
DID YOU KNOW?
One in 16 people in Singapore having the condition at some point in their lives.
From 2017 to 2019,
According to the Ministry of Health (MOH), an average of 12,600 patients aged 15 to 34 years sought treatment for mental health conditions at public hospitals each year.
Suicide continues to be the leading cause of death for youths, with a total of 71 people aged 20 to 29 taking their own lives.
We teach basic first aid, such as life support and CPR. How about mental health?
Community Health Assessment Team (CHAT)
A national outreach and mental health check programme under the Institute of Mental Health (IMH)
Every initiative starts with a small group of passionate people.
The HappYouth initiative was started by Character and Leadership Academy to equip youth with the skills and knowledge to navigate the world as future leaders of themselves and their peers.
By educating the youths of today, we can empower the leaders of tomorrow to be mentally resilient and self-aware and independently sustainable.
How do we build a community of mentally resilient youth? By first enabling them to find happiness.
With frameworks like COPES, and PTCA youths will be able to be in control of their mental state and be more connected with their emotions.
1,700 young people sought help
From 2014 to 2016,
1,613 young people sought help
1,580 young people sought help
Coping with Stress
There are effective frameworks and mechanisms to manage negative thoughts and emotions; knowing them might keep you on the right track when emotions run high.
Research has shown that nature has its own way to teach us how to be tough mentally. Coupled with experiential learning, youth learn to come to senses with their thoughts and emotions in an outdoor setting.
During times of crisis, sometimes all we need is a helping hand or even a listening ear.
Who am I? Where am I going? How do I find my calling in life? How do I achieve my goals? If these are some questions you are asking yourself, speak to one of our life coaches!