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They may be referred to us from other hospitals, polyclinics, general practitioners, schools or may be self-referrals.Job Summary The Advertising and Sponsorship Manager role has a strong procurement focus with an...The primary aim of the CMHT service is to maintain adult persons with mental illness (18 to 65 years old) in the community for as long as possible and reduce hospital readmissions and length of stay.The radio stations utilised RCS Master Control broadcast automation software.An upgrade to the newer RCS Zetta was rolled out across all 13 Mediacorp stations from August to November 2014.In the latest Nielsen Radio Survey on 15 June 2017, eight Mediacorp stations are among the top 10 most-listened-to radio stations for the fifth consecutive year. 93.3FM continue to be among the top three for 23 consecutive years.
Of which, its Chinese radio stations Capital 95.8FM, Love 97.2FM and Y. Meanwhile, English radio station Class 95FM remains as the number one English radio station for over 20 consecutive years at a listenership of 667,000, while 987FM saw an increase in listenership by 70,000.
CHAT works closely with students, educators and counsellors from Institutes of Higher Learning (i.e.
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CHAT Hub is located at *SCAPE #05-05 and is open from Tuesdays to Sundays, 12pm to 9pm (closed on Mondays and public holidays).
Diagnosis and intervention programmes are available for adults (aged between 20 and 64) to tackle psychosis, mood disorders, addictions and other mental health problems.
Shortwave stations Launched in 1994, Radio Singapore International (RSI) operated as the external service for Singapore.