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Drug rehabilitation is one of the community services provided by Singapore Buddhist Welfare Services (SBWS). SBWS fully supports and runs Green Haven (GH), the only Buddhist halfway house in Singapore. Green Haven (GH) provides 6-month to 12-month…

The Helping Hand was founded in 1987 as a Christian half-way house for the rehabilitation of ex-drug addicts, by Mr Robert Yeo, himself an ex-addict. As of 2006, we have opened our doors to all ex-offenders. The Helping Hand is a Volunteer Welfare…

Highpoint Residential Rehabilitation Care operates a residential rehabilitation programme for male ex-offenders addicted to substances as well as other related addictive behaviour. Admission is through an intake assessment procedure recommended by…

DaySpring Residential Treatment Centre (“DaySpring RTC”) provides a caring, safe and structured environment to help bring hope and healing to teenage girls who have suffered the trauma of abuse. At DaySpring, we understand that teenage…

The Infant Jesus Homes and Children’s Centres (IJHCC) is a registered charity organisation with IPC status. We are endorsed by the Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore, a member organisation of Caritas Singapore (CSCC) and National Council of Social…