Helping Families Work
What We Do
Counselling And Peer Support Programmes
Children and youths who experience the trauma and grief from losing a parent or guardian have increased risk of having learning, emotional and behavioural issues.
We provide counselling and peer support programmes to help them recognise their conflicting feelings and sort through their pain and confusion to build self-esteem and learn to trust again.
Social Emotional Learning And Character Development Programmes
Self-management and relationship management skills and the ability to make responsible decisions are critical for our students’ personal and social well-being.
Our programmes to help them acquire these skills are based on core character values.
Befriending and Mentoring programmes
At-risk primary school children from low income and absent-parent families need the help that our programmes give to raise their self-esteem and learn values.
Celebrate Progress and Not Success
Through Thick and Thin
Baking her way out of adversity
5 ways you did GOOD last year
5 highlights of MWS35
A Mother’s Love that Inspires
A Father’s Hope
Holding The Fort For Her Family