Support our ex-offenders in their reintegration journey
Having had a difficult childhood, Osman fell into bad company as a teenager, stumbled into drugs, and has since been fighting addiction over the past few decades. After an awakening moment of self-realisation while at HCSA Highpoint, he is determined more than ever to stay clean and lead a simple life.
In spite of challenges she had faced in her life thus far, 50-year-old Mdm Tan, HCSA Dayspring SPIN (Single Parents INformed, INvolved, INcluded) alumni member, still endeavours to help where she can, inspired to give back the support she and her family had once received when they needed it most.
Seeing a close friend go through a painful and difficult divorce inspired Miti Garg to become a Lead Ally Befriender and offer her time to help and support single parents.
Emotional Wellness Coach and trainer, Eunice Gan, volunteers at HCSA Dayspring SPIN and conducts talks for single parents on diverse wellness topics.
With her keen interest in social issues, National University of Singapore (NUS) undergraduate, Aderyn Kang, has been volunteering with HCSA Highpoint Halfway House since December 2018.
A final year undergraduate at the National University of Singapore (NUS), Rachel Tay, started her volunteering journey with HCSA in 2020 and is usually involved in events and short-termed projects.
Nathelie, a single mother to two boys, works tirelessly to provide for her family and inculcates the value of kindness through leading by example.
As a passionate advocate for mental health, Er Wei Ting co-founded Prompts.co, a social enterprise centered around the promotion of mental health and wellness to help youths like the vulnerable girls at HCSA Dayspring Residential Treatment Centre (DRTC).