A safe haven for recovery from all forms of addictions

WE CARE Community Services is an addiction recovery centre funded by charity. We provide support and treatment programmes for all forms of addiction, including drugs, alcohol, gambling, sex, and various other compulsive behaviours. Our services are open to all persons who are in need of help to cope with an addictive disorder. We also serve to assist family members who need guidance and support on how to manage an addict in their families.

 
 
 
 

WE CARE provides counseling to those suffering from addictions, as well as family and loved ones, whose lives are affected by someone struggling with the disease.

All our counsellors are trained to help individuals with all addictions, co-dependency and related family issues.

 
 
 

Psycho-educational workshops devoted to help recovery persons to understand and cope with addiction as a disease. It equip recovering persons to develop better coping, interpersonal and life skills

 
 
 

Our drop-in centre provides a safe and supportive place for recovering persons. Apart from social activities for recovering persons and their families, the centre provides various training and psycho-educational workshops that encourage sustained recovery.

 
 
 

The purpose of Recovery Support Group (RSG) is to provide support to persons and families, who are affected by addiction.

WE CARE hosts various RSGs on a weekly/ daily basis and, all RSGs are self-help groups, based on the Twelve-step principles on recovery.

 
 
                 
 
     
   
     
  The Time of My Life: Growing up in families with Addiction  
 

When children grow up in a family in which a parent or parents suffers from addiction, the children may be affected adversely. In fact, a sibling's addiction can also have a strong negative effective on the maturing process

 
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  Understanding Co-dependency: Living a Second-Hand Life  
 

Co-dependency is a learned behaviour and can be passed down from one generation to another by watching and imitating or even directly taught. People with co-dependency often form or maintain relationships that are one-sided, emotionally destructive and/or abusive.

 
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Kembangan-Chai Chee Community Hub
11 Jalan Ubi, Block 5, #01-41, Singapore 409074    Fax: 6547 5458 | Tel: 6547 5459