How Your Donation Makes a Difference
A new resident will be able to get her basic toiletries on her first day at the shelter
Will help provide a resident transport, a phone card and some decent attire for job interviews to secure employment
This will enable a resident to receive supportive social services, which includes counselling, to help her cope with reintegration into society
Your donation will help provide beverages for breakfast for all residents at the shelter for a month
$260 will provide a resident safe accommodation for 6 months. Additional financial support is needed too to empower each resident in her daily journey of integration
We have recurring expenses like rental of our shelter. Your monthly support will help defray the cost for monthly expenses
VISION AND MISSION:
iC@RE HUB focuses on provision of temporary shelter programme to help homeless women, ex-offenders and women in recovery from addictions. Our vision for them is that
- they will be gainfully employed,
- they will have permanent housing,
- they can be financially independent,
- they will live a meaningful life free from addiction and actively contributing towards society.
Our programme components include:
1a) CASE MANAGEMENT: iC@RE HUB will provide case management during their period of stay. This may also include working with their family members or significant others to support their recovery, helping them with budgeting and money management, psycho-education on the harmful nature of addiction, identifying triggers and relapse prevention strategies.
1b) INDIVIDUAL COUNSELLING & FAMILY THERAPY: We offer individual counselling, couple therapy , family intervention works and group therapy. All clients are required to attend compulsory counselling sessions which are important to help them anchor their first step to recovery and to work out issues that hinder their progress in recovery. Specialised counselling offered include marriage counselling, addiction counselling and religious counselling (upon request). Counselling is also important in equipping them with the relevant coping skills in life and to rebuild their lives and family ties and finally to successfully reintegrate into society.
2) ASSISTANCE IN PERMANENT HOUSING: The most immediate casework is to help the client to identify her housing needs, and provide support and advice in arrangement for permanent housing.