To assist mental health clients generate a source of income through profit-generating business activities.
This includes working with VWOs to retail handicraft products made by mental health clients and running Shelf Projects during special occasions such as Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day and Christmas. Shelf Projects are social enterprise initiatives that avail complimentary retail space for sale of mental health clients’ products. Products were placed for sale at 7-Eleven and Guardian outlets across Singapore.
The team also helped with the setting up of the MLH Café at MINDSET Learning Hub. Located in Jurong East, MLH Café serves as a touchpoint for the public to learn more about mental illness. It also serves as a useful platform offering training opportunities for clients undergoing the WSQ food hygiene course under the guidance of a certified trainer. Stay updated to the latest happenings at the café via www.instagram.com/mlhcafe.