About 1000 ex-offenders are released from prison each year. In partnership with the Ministry of Home Affairs and SCORE, Highpoint Halfway House aims to help ex-offenders find a hope and a future, and become positive members of society.

HCSA Highpoint Halfway House provides temporary shelter and work with our beneficiaries to plan for longer term accommodation, as well as:

  • Sustained employment
  • Increased psychological capacities and resources
  • Integration with family/loved ones or community

Core Programme

  • House meetings/recovery meetings
  • Casework sessions
  • Counselling for those with identified behavioural addictions
  • Weekly support group meetings

Auxilliary Programme

  • Early recovery treatment programme (ERTP): An intensive intervention programme for residents identified with behavioural challenges
  • Work therapy programme (WTP)
  • Family engagement programme
  • Smoking cessation
  • Community service project
  • Recreation activities

Dayspring Residential Treatment Centre (RTC) seeks to provide a safe and healing living environment for teenage girls who have been repeatedly abused by applying effective clinical therapies to help them become healthy individuals who are able to successfully reintegrate with their schools, families and society.

We are a pioneer programme in Singapore focusing on small group clinical approach which includes:

  • 14 to 18 months residential programme
  • Alternate schooling
  • Family support
  • 6-phase value system therapy
  • Transition Home and Community-Based After-care
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An initiative for single parents, SPIN (Single Parents INformed, INvolved and INcluded) provides improved access to resources through an ally network of volunteers and an interactive website – enabling single parents with limited support to make informed decisions and strengthen their social support network, thus improving the quality of life of single parent families.

With the objective to improve the quality of life of single parents in caring for their children, SPIN strives to provide the following services:

  • A social worker to follow up with members to assess their needs for up to a period of 12 months.
  • A volunteer network that provides practical support to single parents for their increased accessibility, to community resources, improved ability to make well-informed decisions and better socio-emotional support.
  • An interactive website to be launched in September 2017 that will provide resources available for single parents.
  • Quarterly child-friendly sessions for single parents to enrich and encourage them in their parenting journey.
  • Respite services for the single parents that enable them to schedule free time without their children.

T: 6463 0187 Programme and Ally Network: Yen Siow,

Clientele and referral: Jessica Vincent, and April Chia,