HCSA HIGHPOINT

HCSA Highpoint Halfway House first started in 1996 to help former drug offenders rebuild broken lives. Over the last two decades, it has expanded to provide a safe and substance free place for homeless male ex-offenders, newly released prisoners and those in recovery from addiction, to restart their lives.

Through a transitional living programme, HCSA empowers residents to attain more permanent housing, gainful employment and financial independence, so as to live a productive addiction free life, and successfully reintegrate into society.

Core Services
  • Early Recovery Treatment
  • Transitional Living Program
  • Recovery Meetings
  • Case Management
  • Counselling
  • Work Therapy
  • Life Skills Training
  • Family Engagement
  • Recreational Activities
Act in Motion (A.I.M)

HCSA Highpoint believes that recovery is an Act in Motion (A.I.M) that continues even after our residents leave the halfway house. To facilitate this, we launched A.I.M Society, an aftercare programme consisting of a 6-month follow up with casework, home visits, and work visits upon discharge from Highpoint.

Alumni Success Stories
Christoper standing in front of HCSA Highpoint sign

I’m Doing This For My Son

Meet Christopher, a new dad who has yet to meet his 8-month-old son. “I was given away for adoption by my mum when I was very young. When I found...

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HCSA Highpoint Halfway House - Feroz

Families Are Meant to Be Together

“I spent 5 years in prison for a drug offence. Being in prison strained my relationship with my family – it was as though I was handcuffed and unable to...

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