HUG Community Services Limited (HCSL) is a IPC-approved non-profit Social Service Agency (SSA) in Singapore that was established in 2014.
HCSL is a full member of the National Council of Social Service (NCSS), and, a charity registered organization that bring healing, restoration, and support to at-risk youth and their families through individualized, client-centric intervention and after-care programmes with hope and care.
We serve our beneficiaries with love, care and benevolence.
We do our best to understand and share the feelings of another.
We believe in applying the quality of genuineness, respect and good faith.
We strive to treat everyone with honesty & uprightness.
We take responsibility for our words and actions to breed trust among individuals, teams and our partners.
We exercise good judgement with wisdom and cautiousness.
HUG Community Services (HCSL)
HUG Community Services Limited (HCSL) provides a range of programs and activities under three focuses – Crime Prevention, Rehabilitation & Reintegration for young people. They are delivered by the dedicated. The newly set up Youth Hub is designed in a home-cozy feel concept which gives beneficiaries a warm welcome and sense of belonging.
HUG2HEART - A4 Women Engagement Programme
Objectives – To help the ladies to reintegrate to society with confident and empower them to give valuable contribution to the community through mentorship & cultivation. This is more than just a workshop and befriending engagement session but it is also an open opportunity for the inmates to meet their potential mentor to move on with their next phase of life through HCSL individualised after-care ROPP program (Re-Offending Prevention Program).
ROPP cater for all inmates inclusive of RTC (Rehabilitation Training Centre), which provide various services such as counselling, professional personality assessments, career coaching, educational upgrading support, job referral, leadership development etc according to individual needs. Nonetheless, unlike from many other, HCSL believes everybody lives are unique with different capabilities, strengths and adaptability, hence, ROPP do not limit our beneficiaries of dateline to make changes in their life, as HCSL believes in the journey that may be time consuming but effective.
Our Board Of Directors
Founder & Chairman
Co-Founder & Vice-Chairwoman
Lee Wee Teck Alan
Rev Dr Emily Tan
Rev Sophia Tan
Reality – How Things Stand
Youth is a time for fundamental decisions and the beginning of fulfilling our dreams. And yet, young people today face enormous challenges: the uncertainty of relationship in a digital era, diminishing opportunities for work, the growth of ‘political violence’, discrimination, degradation of the environment. All of this makes it difficult for them to find a road where they can build supportive personal and family relations based on solid universal values and financial foundations.
To help young people grow in pro-social values and become integrated, conscientious, and contributing members of society.
To impact the lives of youths and their families through care and hope.