Beyond The Label Fest is back!
The annual signature event seeks to rally greater community support and help-seeking behaviour by advocating for awareness surrounding the stigma experienced by persons with mental health conditions. BTL Fest is a non-ticketed event and open to people of all ages.
Held at the Jewel Changi Airport, BTL Fest will feature educational workshops, booths, games, and performances to promote mental wellbeing, provide greater knowledge and a safe space for participants to have conversations about mental health, and find out where to seek help.
This year’s theme, ‘Mental Wellness Begins with All of Us’, highlights that mental wellness is a shared responsibility. It starts with each of us taking small steps in our homes, schools, neighbourhoods, and workplaces.
When everyone plays a part by being non-judgmental, compassionate, and supportive, we can build a society that fosters understanding and promotes social inclusion and empowers persons with mental health conditions to lead fulfilling lives.
Date: 8th September 2023 (Fri)
Time: 10 am to 9 pm
Venue: Jewel, Changi Airport (Find us at: Atrium, Changi Experience Studio, Cloud9 Piazza and South Gateway.
P.S. mindline and let’s talk will be at the atrium - find us there for fun activities and gifts!
Here’s what’s in store at the BTL Fest:
Engaging Talks: Be inspired by stories of courage and resilience as persons with mental health conditions share their personal journeys.
Fireside Chat: Join Rebecca Lim, Tasha Low, and Zaki Hussain as they share their personal experiences and perspectives on mental health.
Interactive Workshops: Participate in hands-on workshops designed to equip you with practical tools and strategies to nurture your mental well-being and support those around you.
Community Rally: Catch dance and musical performances curated in support of mental wellness and pledge your support for persons with mental health conditions/the BTL movement through the BTL photo booth.
Giveaways and Surprises: Enjoy exciting giveaways throughout the event. There will be something for everyone!
Don’t miss this opportunity to come together as a community and participate in fun-filled and educational activities. Together, we can create a Singapore that is socially inclusive and supportive of individuals with mental health conditions.