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WHO IS ADULLAM LIFE COUNSELLING? At Adullam Life Counselling, we are a non-profit society that provides support and practical help for people facing debt issues. We are a Christian based organisation but pledges to serve the community without any racial or religious bias. Give us a call to find out how we can help. Our History Established in April 2013, Adullam Life Counselling is a registered society that provides counselling, practical support for the individual, and also for the affected family during their financial crisis. The center is currently headed by Mr Wong Kee Soon who has been helping people with debt issues for the past 30 years. The center acts as an intermediary between the helpseekers and their legal creditors by negotiating on a possible repayment plan. We also provide advice and crucial support to those who are troubled by illegal moneylenders(loansharks). We also have a growing team of volunteers who are passionate about helping members of the public to overcome the vicious cycle of excessive borrowing, and have helped with 464 cases for the year 2014. The success rate of paying-off the moneylender over a period of time has been 80 to 90% so far. Agencies such as […]
151 Chin Swee Road #08-04 Manhattan House Singapore 169876
ComCare is guided by the following key principles: ComCare seeks to inspire responsible individuals. ComCare supports persons and families who need temporary help as they work towards self-reliance. ComCare supports building strong and stable families. ComCare focuses on building and enabling the family to be the pillar of support for its members. ComCare aims to be client-centric and co-ordinated. ComCare recognises every individual and family is unique and ensures assistance is delivered in a coordinated manner and meets their needs. The Government is part of the caring community. Through ComCare, the Government partners community groups and organisations such as Grassroots Organisations, Voluntary Welfare Organisations and Self-Help Groups to provide help.
MSF Building, 298136
Mental Health GP Partnership Programme (MHGPP) The Mental Health General Practitioner (GP) Partnership programme is a national initiative by MOH and AIC to strengthen and improve access to mental health services in Primary Care Aims Provide holistic and accesible care for patients with physical and/or mental conditions Encourage patients with mental health needs to seek early treatment from you as a family doctor Support for GPs in the programme To ensure quality clinical care in the community, you will be supported with: Psychiatric drugs at a lower cost Community mental health services, such as case management and counselling Direct access to specialist(s) assigned by Restructured Hospitals (RHs) to assist you with clinical consults Access to subsidies for mental health conditions under CHAS and CDMP A liaison coordinator will facilitate your patients’ referrals between the clinic, hospital and community support services CME talks and case discussion platforms are also regularly organised to enhance your competencies in the lastest treatment modalities of mental health care
Background Shan You is a non-profit social service organisation set up in 1995 to provide professional counselling and social care services based on the guiding values of compassion, mindfulness, morality and wisdom. Our services are available to all in the community, regardless of race, religion and ability to pay. Shan You is a registered society and a charity with the status of Institutions of a Public Character, and a full member of the National Council of Social Service (NCSS). Shan You is supported by Community Chest, corporate and individuals donors. History In 1991, Buddhist Graduate Fellowship (now known as Buddhist Fellowship) initiated the formation of Tai Pei Counselling Centre with funds from the Tai Pei Foundation. Tai Pei Counselling Centre thus became the first Buddhist counselling centre in Singapore. As its services expanded, the Centre moved to Foo Hai Ch’an Monastery in 1993 and was renamed as Ren Ci Counselling Centre. However, the monastery wanted to relocate the Centre to Ren Ci Hospital, a hospital for chronically ill patients, in 1995. It was then that a decision was made to set up an independent counselling centre in order for it to serve the centre community and to prevent frequent relocations. […]
Block 3 Eunos Crescent #01-2591/3/5 Singapore 400003