Our Milieu             


Inter-professional collaboration to promote
children and YOUTH mental well-being

About Our Milieu Project

The importance of children and youth mental well-being have become more prominent in the recent years.

At Boys' Town, we recognise the need to teach and support these vulnerable groups. Since the beginning, in-line with our vision, we have created and provided programmes that are all-encompassing in meeting the needs of children and youth.

Hence, we are launching "Our Milieu Project": a series of programmes involving inter-professional collaboration of experts in children and youth work age 7-24 where we aim to address their holistic needs.


Our Programmes


Project Fireworks

Objective: Provide youths a platform to explore key stressors they face and raise awareness of coping mechanisms.

How: Uses expressive arts as a tool to encourage reflection and dialogue of emotions, thoughts and experiences.

Dates: 5 - 7 September 2022
Time: 10.00am - 1.00pm
Venue: Boys’ Town YouthReach (Tampines St 12 Blk 166, #01-357 Singapore 521166)
Target Audience: Disengaged or at-risk secondary school students
Number of participants: Min 10, max 20 (Please note that there should not be a mix of upper and lower secondary students for the group.)
Fee: *$3,800 (3 sessions, 10 pax)
Registration closes: 19 August 2022

Process Drama: using a fictional storyline and role play to explore workshop objectives
Visual Arts: painting and sketching as forms of expression
Movement: increasing body awareness through theatre activities and games
Writing: exercises that encourage imagination and reflection
Presentation: confidence building through theatre skills

*Program fee remains even if the number of participants is fewer than 10. Should there be any additional participants beyond 11 pax, fee will be increased and advised.

Please note that this is a paid programme with group sign-up (minimum 10 students to commence). The form is solely for teachers/counsellors to fill in and register their group of students.

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Project Riley

Objective: Develop participants’ self-awareness in recognizing signs and symptoms of distress and apply strategies that are used in stress management and emotional regulation.

How: Apply freediving techniques in anger management.

*Variation: family-bonding activity

What: Activity-Based Learning
Who: Age 13 and above, have difficulties coping with anger
Duration: 2 hours



Objective: Develop resilience in coping with adversities through gratitude practice.

How: Integrates psychoeducation segments with Activity-Based Learning to create a unique experience. Participants will learn the concepts of gratitude through interactive and reflective activities that can be carried out both in classroom and outdoors.

What: Activity-Based Learning
Who: Age 13 and above, have difficulties coping with adversity, have low self-esteem
Duration: 1.5 hours


Surviving The Stress Jungle

Objective: Explores how we can combat stress by building awareness. Learn how to analyse and determine the sources of stress and apply healthy coping strategies.

How: Reflect and develop an action plan to cope with stress.

What: Talk
Who: All age groups
Duration: 1.5 hours

Enhancing Safety
& Building Resilience

Objective: Understand crisis or trauma and its association with mental health. Learn to apply trauma-informed care and its principles in interactions with children and youth.

How: Build positive and strong relationships with children and youth and use strategies to build their resilience.

What: Talk
Who: All age groups
Duration: 1 hour

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