Formerly known as Highpoint Community Services Association (HCSA), HCSA Community Services was started in 1995 as a halfway house for recovering drug addicts and ex-offenders. Burdened by the need for a safe place for these men to regain confidence in themselves and contribute positively to society, our pioneering team devoted themselves to empowering the men through positive influence and practical support. The halfway house is now known as Highpoint Halfway House.
HCSA Community Services has since grown into a multi-service organisation. In 2011, Dayspring Residential Treatment Centre was started to bring help and healing to abused teenage girls, and Dayspring New Life Centre opened in 2014 to empower unsupported pregnant women.
Our dedicated staff and volunteer teams, together with corporate and community partners, continue to serve some of the most vulnerable in our society, to give them a future and a hope.
Lim Kee Ang Vincent
Choy Sok Fun Dominique
Eng Heng Long
Lim King Leong Tony
George Dixon Butron
Han Chi Kwang Patrick Daniel
Lim Seok Tin Priscilla June Tina