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About HSCA Community Services
HCSA Community Services is a charitable organisation with the Institution of a Public Character (IPC) status and a member of the National Council of Social Service. As a family of dedicated staff, volunteer teams, corporate and community partners, we continue to serve some of the most vulnerable in society, to give them a future and a hope. Our beneficiaries include vulnerable individuals such as exoffenders, single parents facing limited support, and teenage girls who have experienced repeated physical, sexual and emotional abuse.
HCSA Highpoint Halfway House provides a safe and substance-free residential shelter for homeless male ex-offenders, newly-released prisoners and those in recovery from addiction. Through a transitional living programme, residents are empowered to attain more permanent housing, gainful employment and financial independence, to live a productive addiction-free life and successfully reintegrate into society.
HCSA Dayspring Residential Treatment Centre is a Therapeutic Group Home that offers a caring, safe and healing environment to help teenage girls who have suffered the complex trauma of physical, sexual or emotional abuse. Through the application of certified clinical therapy sessions, the Centre strives to help these girls become healthy individuals who can successfully reintegrate into their schools, families and society.
HCSA Dayspring SPIN (Single Parents INformed, INvolved, INcluded) is an initiative in collaboration with the National Council of Social Service, which aims to support caregiving and improve the quality of life for single parents or lone caregivers who are unsupported or facing limited support emotionally,
physically and practically. SPIN empowers single parents by strengthening their social support network and improving their access to resources.
HCSA Academy Culinary Training Centre aims to empower vulnerable individuals with the professional skills required to secure stable employment in the F&B industry, giving them a new lease of life and a level playing field to support themselves and their families. The Academy offers a 6-week course based on the Food Services skills framework by SkillsFuture Singapore, culminating in the highly coveted WSQ Higher Certificate in Food Services.
To find out more, visit www.hcsa.org.sg