In 2017, the work of Singapore Anglican Community Services (SACS) Psychiatric Services received affirmation from the Ministry of Health which appointed SACS to operate the Anglican Care Centre (Farrer Park), a sheltered home for persons with mental health issues (PMHI) who have undergone psychiatric rehabilitation and are ready to reintegrate into the community.
The centre is an integral part of SACS continuum of care for PMHI who need temporary accommodation and can live independently with some form of gainful employment. It has a capacity to serve 60 adults and 20 youths. Counselling and case management support are offered to strengthen clients’ independence so that they can better reintegrate into the community.
- Singaporean or Permanent Resident aged 16 years old and above
- Diagnosed with psychiatric condition(s) that has been stabilized, and is on regular medications and psychiatric follow-up
- Independent in activities of daily living
- Not suffering from any communicable disease
- No history of substance abuse, such as drug, inhalant and alcohol, in the last two (2) years
- No suicide attempt(s) and self-harm acts within the last three (3) months
- Not posing an excessively high risk to themselves, others and/or the Centre
- Working or studying, or actively preparing to do so
- Referrals strictly through the Agency of Integrated Care’s Integrated Referral Management System (IRMS), initiated by social workers from Hospitals, Intermediate and Long Term Care Services, or Family Service Centres
- $20 per day
- Please note that the stated fee is before GST and means-test subsidy (if eligible). For more information or queries, please approach us via the contact details listed below.