We provide young mothers with holistic services thanks to support from FU TAK IAM FOUNDATION LIMITED, which funds Hyacinth Young Mothers’ Centre @ Kwai Chung, and Beat Drug Fund Association, which funds Love Reborn – Family Renewal Project. We help young mothers to alleviate stress and resolve issues as a result of unexpected pregnancy while equipping them with skills, knowledge and attitude to perform parental duties. We also assist them in reconnecting ties with family and the community so as to foster a healthy environment for personal, children and family growth.
We provide young people afflicted with compulsive sexual behavior or young offenders of sex crimes with counselling services, intervening at multiple levels to help them attain sexual health while building social support networks and acquiring problem-solving and social skills for renewed confidence and self-worth.
A social enterprise that strives to improve the livelihood of deprived young mothers, Greenbaby operates according to the principles of 5R, namely recycle (recovering secondhand baby appliances) , refurbishment (adding value to recycled products), reuse (redistributing the renewed products for further use), rebuild (equipping young mothers with vocational skills) and reignite (instilling in service users a sense of hope for the future)
A pioneering project utilizing resources from a cross-disciplinary approach, CLAP@JC liaise with the education, commercial and social service sector to co-create a continuous vocational development framework with youth that facilitate smooth school-to-work transition. We encourage young people to tap into their potential and make their first step in achieving their dreams.
We provide young people aspiring to work as care workers in social welfare sector with training and recruitment, including a two-year, government-subsidized part-time education program as well as simultaneous internships in elderly and rehabilitation service units.
Providing ethnic minorities with support, educational and developmental services and facilitating mutual respect and understanding between them and Chinese population.
Established in 2001, Caritas Computer Workshop is a self-financing vocational training unit specialized in recovering and recycling computers and pertinent appliances.