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Community Investment & Inclusion Fund “Collaborative Partners of SCB Awards 2022”  

The Community Investment and Inclusion Fund (CIIF) held an awards ceremony at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center on December 14 (Wednesday). In recognition of contributions to the development of social capital in Hong Kong between 2020 and 2022, three service projects of SRACP, the “Buddies Hub”, “Liver project”, “Three of Us” Scheme were awarded with the Social Capital Builder (SCB) Award 2022. Thanks for the panel’s affirmation. SRACP will strive to connect the society and realize the ideal of helping people feel belong. 

Award Scheme Service Introduction:  

"Buddies Hub" – peer support for hidden drug abusers  

This program helps drug abusers transform their identity by cultivating peer supporters and their family members or important members and mobilizing social resources. The ultimate goal is to get rid of drugs, transform and integrate into society. Community connection is very important for rehabilitated drug abusers. Through community sharing and volunteer services, service users believe their contributions and changes can move others. We aim to enhance community acceptance of rehabilitated persons.  

Health Education Service – Mercury 3 "Liver Project"  

Syringe injectors are a high-risk group for hepatitis C infection. This project aims to strengthen intervention and follow-up services, provide service users with treatment information, accompanying services, peer counselling and emotional support services. Besides, we ensure they can carry out follow-up consultations, control the disease, complete the entire treatment, and improve their health. With the cooperation model of "government, private and business participation", we will invite various stakeholders to support the disadvantaged groups and build social capital. 

"The Three of Us" Scheme 

A strong community support network consisting of CSD clinical psychologists, release supervisors, caseworkers, project social workers and community volunteers. Through a close collaboration platform, the entire support team can walk with ex-offenders, so that service users in need can safely and freely blend into the community.  

 

Former magistracy to be revitalised by SRACP, becoming the first universal judicial education centre in Hong Kong

Ms. Anthea LEE Shuk-wai, Chief Executive of The Society of Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention, Hong Kong was interviewed by RTHK《News Feature》, introducing "NK Future" development project that SRACP will convert the Former North Kowloon Magistracy to the first universal judicial education centre in Hong Kong with an aim to promote the concept and characteristic of the revitalisation scheme, including a wide range of activities will be organised for the general public under four main themes, namely judicial education, Hong Kong culture, partnership and co-sharing, and leisure life.

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SRACP revitalizes the former magistracy to become the first universal judicial education centre in Hong Kong

The Former North Kowloon Magistracy (a Grade 2 historic building) will be converted into the "NK Future" by The Society of Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention, Hong Kong. The project will set up a universal judicial education centre to continue the judicial spirit and traditions of the Magistracy. It will also use the building as a starting point to connect the communities with heritage assets of the district, linking up traditional and new cultural resources so as to promote local culture and creative arts. A wide range of activities will be organised for the general public under four main themes, namely judicial education, Hong Kong culture, partnership and co-sharing, and leisure life.

 

Jockey Club ‘Craft Your Life Together’ Co-living Community Project (JCCCP) was awarded the ‘The Outstanding Future Project (Residential) – Merit’ of Build4Asia Awards 2022

From left: Ir. Terence YAU Lap-yan, member of JCCCP Building Committee, Ms. Anthea LEE, Chief Executive of SRACP, Dr. Peter COOKSON SMITH, Build4Asia Judging Panel, Mr. Jeff FAN, Project Architect, and Mr. Jo Kenneth TSE, Building Project Manager.

Congratulations to Jockey Club ‘Craft Your Life Together’ Co-living Community Project (JCCCP) in receiving ‘The Outstanding Future Project (Residential) – Merit’ of Build4Asia Awards 2022. The ceremony was held on 17th November, 2022 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, JCCCP is a halfway house redevelopment project commenced in 2019. The redeveloped smart building, Jockey Club Key House, will be the first-ever co-living facility targeting out-of-home youths and persons in recovery. SRACP integrated the key elements of the Foyer Approach, a residential and developmental service concept for homeless youths from overseas, and the Recovery Model widely used in mental health service to create a brand new Synergistic Co-living Model. In addition to a new residential service, the new concepts were incorporated not only in the new co-living service, but also the building design to create a nurturing environment that best suits the needs of the two target groups. The redevelopment project is expected to complete in 2024, and a 3-year service implementation will be launched in the Jockey Club Key House afterwards.

Jointly organised by Build4Asia and PRC Magazine, the Build4Asia Awards celebrate the achievements, developments and innovations within the building industry. The awards honour developers, architects, interior designers, contractors, engineers, local authorities, etc., who have demonstrated professional excellence in their services and have contributed to a quality and sustainable built environment.

 

Ms. Vivian KONG Man Wai was appointed as SRACP Youth and Health Ambassador

To celebrate SRACP's 65th anniversary and raise fund to support service development, "Go Green•Charity Yoga Day" was successfully held on 25 September 2022 (Sunday). During the opening ceremony of "Go Green‧Charity Yoga Day", Mr. Justice POON Siu Tung, Chairperson of Executive Committee, announced that Ms. Vivian KONG Man Wai was appointed as our Youth and Health Ambassador, hoping to strengthen the promotion of physical and mental health during the epidemic.

Vivian loves to exercise in pursuit of healthy live and her concept completely coincides with SRACP. She was committed to supporting our Society and helping to strengthen the promotion of healthy life. She hopes to mobilise all sectors of society carrying out "Understanding and Unwavering" support to achieve the goal of "Being Healthy is Lifestyle" together!

Vivian is a Hong Kong women’s epee fencer and Asian Fencing Championships winner in 2018 and 2022. In 2019, she became Hong Kong’s first fencer to win a world cup title. She also had been named in the Ten Outstanding Young Persons selection in 2021 and won Hong Kong Sports Stars Awards.

 
SRACPOLOGY 2020

Sracpology is a research bulletin with a threefold purpose: to build and disseminate local knowledge and wisdom; to promote evidence-based practice and social impact assessment on frontline practices; and to create a platform for sharing, cross-fertilisation and stimulation among various stakeholders of crime prevention and rehabilitation of marginalised persons in Hong Kong.

For this year, the fourth issue of Sracpology focuses on the topic of "New Era, Blossom". Prof. Victor Wong (Professor, Department of Social Work, Hong Kong Baptist University), Dr. Sharon Leung (Former Director, Centre for Youth Research & Practice, Hong Kong Baptist University) and Mr. Ted Kwan (Chairman of Fullness Christian Social Enterprise Ltd.) were invited to share their spectacular point of view. This issue would lead readers towards the youth’s world through the perspectives of social practices and research studies. It is rich with articles covering various topics, the highlights are as follows:

  • Managing shame: The lived experience of young people struggling with drug problems
  • Social service in new era: Engaging new generation virtually
  • Embrace your future of possibilities: Fostering sustainable ecosystem-based navigation-oriented CLD service for non-engaged youths (CLAP @JC Phase II)

We hope that readers can realize the growth and development of our youth in Hong Kong from different perspectives, as well as their daily challenges, so as to understand the needs of their rehabilitation support, and the importance of preventing them from committing crimes.

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The 65th Annual General Meeting

The 65th Annual General Meeting of The Society of Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention, Hong Kong (SRACP) was successfully held on 7th December 2022, with The Hon. Chief Justice Andrew CHEUNG, GBM, Chief Justice of the Court of Final Appeal, Patron of SRACP and Mr. WONG Kwok-hing, CSDSM, Commissioner of Correctional Services, as the Guest-of-Honour. Almost 180 guests, including members of the Legislative Council (The Hon. Vincent CHENG Wing-shun, MH, JP, The Hon. Stanley LI Sai-wing, MH, Dr. Hon. TIK Chi-yuen, SBS, JP and Dr. Kennedy WONG Ying-ho, BBS, JP, who is a member of Executive Committee), Mr. WONG Kwok Chun, Alex, Assistant Director (Youth and Corrections) of Social Welfare Department, Mr. Steve LAU Hon-wah, SBS, BBS, CStJ, JP, Vice Patron of SRACP, Mr. YEUNG Chun-kuen, GBS, President of SRACP, The Hon. Mr. Justice POON Siu-tung, Chairperson of Executive Committee, guests, SRACP’s committee members and colleagues attended the ceremony with full support.

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SRACP 65th Gala Spectacular

SRACP 65th Gala Spectacular was successfully held on 7th December 2022, with The Hon. Chief Justice Andrew CHEUNG, GBM, Chief Justice of the Court of Final Appeal and Mr. Paul LAM Ting-kwok, SBS, SC, JP, Secretary for Justice, as the Guest-of-Honour. Almost 220 guests, including Mr. WOO Ying-ming, SBS, CSDSM, Commissioner, Independent Commission Against Corruption, Mr. WONG Kwok-hing, CSDSM, Commissioner of Correctional Services, members of the Legislative Council (The Hon. Vincent CHENG Wing-shun, MH, JP, The Hon. Carmen KAN Wai-mun, The Hon. LAM Chun-sing, The Hon. LAM San-keung, JP, The Hon. Edward LEUNG Hei, The Hon. Stanley LI Sai-wing, MH, Dr. Hon. TIK Chi-yuen, SBS, JP, Dr. Kennedy WONG Ying-ho, BBS, JP ,who is a member of Executive Committee and The Hon. YUNG Hoi-yan, JP ), Mr. Steve LAU Hon-wah, SBS, BBS, CStJ, JP, Vice Patron of SRACP, Mr. YEUNG Chun-kuen, GBS, President of SRACP, The Hon. Mr. Justice POON Siu-tung, Chairperson of Executive Committee, SRACP’s committee members, SRACP Benevolent Employers, guests and colleagues attended the Gala Dinner.

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SRACP Honoured with “Extraordinary Branding Awards 2021”

香港善導會榮獲「飛越品牌非牟利機構大獎」

In recognition of its outstanding contributions in promoting high-quality social services and positive brand image over the years, The Society of Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention, Hong Kong (SRACP) has been honoured with the“Extraordinary Branding Awards 2021” by JCI Queensway.

Over the past 60 years, SRACP has been committed to providing quality rehabilitation and multifarious services to assist Hong Kong residents who are charged with a criminal offence, have been convicted of crimes, or released from prisons; as well as to provide community education, mental health service and crime prevention programmes for the general public of Hong Kong.

Last year, the pandemic brought unprecedented to our community. SRACP made good use of information technology and social resources to launch innovative services, such as "Love Delivery Under COVID-19", "Happy Learning Thro’ Play", etc., to provide timely support for the disadvantaged groups to tide over the current difficulties. In the future, SRACP will continue to offer more quality and innovative services to the underprivileged.

JCI Queensway puts up event posters at major MTR stations to commend the outstanding achievements of the winners in each category. For the details of Extraordinary Branding Awards 2021, please visit:
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SRACP recognised as “Mental Health Friendly Supreme Organization”

SRACP has always attached great importance to the mental health of its staff, providing various resources and activities to promote mental health awareness and a positive workplace.

We have recently signed the “Mental Health Workplace Charter” which is part of the on-going mental health promotion and public education initiative, with a view to building a mental health-friendly society in the long run, implemented jointly by the Department of Health, the Labour Department and the Occupational Safety and Health Council.

Furthermore, we have been commended as a "Mental Health Friendly Organization of Excellence". As of April 30, 2021, 596 organisations, including the private sector, public bodies, educational institutions and NGOs, have signed the Charter.

Detailed information please visit the following website : ︰https://mentalhealthcharter.hk/tc/index.html

 
Gold Award in Web Accessibility Recognition Scheme 2020-2021

Congratulations to Bright Services Co., Ltd.(BS) to achieve the "Web Accessibility Recognition Scheme-Website Category" for three consecutive years of the Gold Award this year.

The Scheme is organised by the Hong Kong Internet Registration Corporation Limited (HKIRC) and co-organised by the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer, with the Equal Opportunities Commission as the independent advisor. The use of innovative technology in web design satisfies the needs of different people. Also, it promotes social integration and enhances the social image of BS.

Bright Services Co., Ltd. is a non-profit social enterprise operating by the Society of Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention, Hong Kong. It is committed to providing various services for companies, institutions and families. Congratulations again to BS for winning!

 
SRACP Annual Report 2018/19 received international accolade

SRACP Annual Report 2018/19 won a Bronze Award (Overall Presentation) under the category of “Non-Profit Organization (Print Annual Report): Rehabilitation & Crime Prevention Service” at the 34th International ARC Awards.

This is the first time that SRACP received ARC awards, and it is our great honour that the annual report is recognized by the professional judges. We are going to keep refining the presentation with creativity, and to provide the most updated information to the community so to maintain effective communication with our stakeholders and the public.

The International ARC Awards is regarded as the “Oscar of Annual Reports” and is currently the world’s largest international competition in the field. The judging panel, made up of top executives from over 70 different corporations around the world, ranked the annual reports based on the creativity, clarity, effectiveness and excellence of the publication.  

 

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