Psychiatric Rehabilitation

Learn more about psychiatric rehabilitation and the programmes offered at mental health facilities to help patients reintegrate into society.

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Psychiatric rehabilitation homes provide structured rehabilitation programmes to reintegrate patients into society and their normal work settings.
The care services provided help enable patients to return home to stay with their families. 

Related: Managing Mental Illness

What Are the Services Provided?

The psychiatric rehabilitation home team will care for your loved one and you in terms of providing:

Temporary accommodation for patients recovering from mental illness.
Structured support programmes to help patients gain independence and re-integrate into the society.

Related: Mental Health — Resilience

Charges and Subsidies

Estimated Charges (before means testing)
$10 - $820 per month

Available Subsidies
Your loved one can apply for a government subsidy if he/she is a Singapore citizen or permanent resident. The subsidy received will depend on the family’s income.

Amount of Subsidies
Depending on your loved one’s family household income, the subsidies can be up to:
75% for Singapore Citizens
50% for Permanent Residents

To find out if your loved one is able to enjoy subsidies based on means testing, please click here  . Alternatively, you can approach a Government-funded service provider to find out more about the amount of subsidy.

Related: Find Help — Services for Mental Health Support

How to Apply for a Subsidy

Speak to a social worker or medical social worker for assistance from any of the following institutions that your loved one visits:
Restructured hospital
Community hospital
Polyclinic

How do I find a Psychiatric Rehabilitation Home?

To locate a service provider near your loved one, simply visit our Eldercare Locator.

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