To provide emergency and temporary accommodation to male, who are in desperate housing need or in crisis situation. It is hoped that through the provision of various services, the residents will be able to tie-over their critical period, to integrate into society leading to a more meaningful life. The serving capacity is 46.
Pelletier Hall provides residential care service for adolescent girls aged 10 to 21, who have behavioral and/ or emotional problem, and who may be under the influence of undesirable peer or have relationship problems with their families, and thus require a period of group living experience away from their families. The serving capacity is 96. Effective 1 January 2019, the service was re-engineered and divided into two sections : “Residential Home with School for Social Development on-site Section” & “Girls’ Home without School Section” .
The Hall commenced service on 1 September 2017. It provides residential care service for adolescent girls aged 12 to 18 who have behavioural and emotional problem and/or who may be under the influence of undesirable peer or having relationship problems with their families, and hence require a period of group–living training away from their families. The service capacity of the Hall is 84 for the first year of operation and divided into 4 living groups. Caritas Mother Teresa School catering for the special educational needs of the girls is provided in the same premises.