Community Health on Wheels

Community Health on Wheels (CHoW) aims to bring affordable ancillary services closer to the community.

CHoW supports the mental health needs of the community — in particular, Foreign Domestic Workers and Migrant Workers —  through the introduction of mental wellness activities to encourage them to start taking charge of their mental health. CHoW may also be deployed during public events or to temporary shelters for affected communities during civil emergencies.

CHoW is a volunteer-driven initiative that is supported by 120 healthcare professionals from the nursing, allied health, social work and psychosocial sectors, all of whom belong to SRC’s professional volunteer networks: namely, the Nurses Network, Social Work Network, and Allied Health Network.


We provide simple and light-hearted activities to boost the emotional health of individuals. Before the session ends, participants are reminded of the importance of taking care of their mental wellbeing. Through awareness talks, we bring forth critical knowledge in self-care and small habits to maintain good mental hygiene.

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