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About Us

Founded in 2006, HealthServe is a non-profit community organisation dedicated to providing healing and hope to the low-wage migrant workers in Singapore.

HealthServe opened its first medical clinic in Geylang in July 2007. Since then, thousands of migrant workers have come through our doors. In order to better serve the complex and intertwined needs of the migrant community, we opened additional clinics in Jurong and Mandai, and expanded our programming to include casework, pro bono legal services, counselling, social assistance, two emergency shelters, research, advocacy, and outreach programmes.

HealthServe's programmes are run by a small team of dedicated staff and supported by a wide network of volunteers, educational institutions, corporations and community organisations. HealthServe envisions a world where every migrant worker lives a life of dignity, and we hope to have as many people as possible join us in achieving this aim.

Our Programmes

We approach the issues that migrant workers face holistically, providing services and support in the following areas:

1. Medical Clinics: Our clinics offer subsidized health services to injured migrant workers not receiving health assistance from their employers.
2. Casework & Counseling: We provides casework and emotional support to migrant workers with work injury claims and legal, criminal or employment-related issues. Each year we assist hundreds of cases with the help of social workers, counsellors and pro bono lawyers.
3. Social Assistance: Our social assistance programme supports unemployed migrant workers or workers involved in employment disputes by providing free meals, subsidised transport, emergency funds, and more.
4. Education, Research & Advocacy: Our education, research and advocacy efforts raise awareness and increase understanding of the realities that migrant workers face.
SUPPORTED CAUSES
  • Community
  • Health
  • Humanitarian
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