Emergency Service 995

Singapore Civil Defence Force — Emergency Medical Service (EMS)

The service is designed to provide an immediate response to patients with life-threatening situations. EMS should therefore be called during medical emergencies.

View here for the list of medical emergencies.

Phone: 995 (24 Hours)

Institute Of Mental Health — Crisis Helpline And Suicide Prevention Mental Health Helpline

Open to public who come into contact with individuals who are experiencing any mental health crisis.

Phone: +65 6389 2222 (24 Hours)

Samaritans Of Singapore (SOS) — Hotline

Provide emotional support for individuals having difficulty coping during a crisis, thinking of suicide or affected by suicide.

Phone: 1800 221 4444 (24 Hours)
E-mail: pat@sos.org.sg

National Addictions Management Service — Addictions Helpline

Provide a range of services to assist individuals who are dealing with addiction problems.

Phone: 6-RECOVER (24 Hours)

Singapore Civil Defence Force — Non-Emergency Ambulance Service

Some private ambulances are able to assist families in transporting the person to hospitals for psychiatric assessment and treatment.
View here for the list of non-emergencies.
Note: There is usually a half-hour waiting time, and cash payment is required on the spot. View here for the basic charges.

Phone: 1777 (24 Hours)

PAVE Integrated Services For Individual And Family Protection — Domestic Violence Victim Shelter

PAVE is a voluntary welfare organisation that specialises in the management of interpersonal violence.

Phone +65 6555 0390
E-mail: intake@pave.org.sg

TRANS SAFE Centre — Family Violence Specialist Centre (FVSC).

The organisation aims to promote safe relationship in families by providing help to victims of abuse, persons who abuse and their families who are affected by the abuse.

Phone: +65 6449 9088
E-mail: transsafe@trans.org.sg