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Project CARE PLUS - Community-based Treatment and Rehabilitation Support Service for Ethnic Minorities + Drug Mothers & Drug Prevention Service / Social Rehab. & Crime Prevention Service
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Service Brief

We concern the service gap and needs of ethnic minorities (EM) on drug treatment and rehabilitation support. From April 2013, Project CARE has been sponsored by Beat Drugs Fund to support the community-based treatment and rehabilitation support service for ethnic minorities. With the adoption of PERMA+ model, the EM drug abusers, rehabilitates and their family members build their wellbeing through various programmes in this project in order to increase their treatment motivation, strengthen their rehabilitation process and improve their family relationship.

Service Objective
 
Project CARE PLUS provides a one-stop, continual and culturally sensitive treatment and rehabilitation support services for non-Chinese drug abusers and their family.
 
Service Users
 
Present & ex-drug abusers and their family member irrespective of their resident status in HK.
   
Scope of Service

Drugs counselling and follow-up services: Provide drug counselling and individual follow up for their welfare

  • Treatment referral: recommend and refer to suitable treatment centre according to social worker's assessment
  • Rehabilitation Strengthened Program: provide activities that enhance clients' motivation and rehabilitation
  • Pre-vocational Program: job searching, interviewing skills and interpersonal skills
  • Mutual support groups: Provide a safe environment for rehabilitated clients to build support network
  • Family support service: Provide family activity and home visit to enhance the family relationship
  • EM peer educators: who speak Urdu, Hindi, Nepalese and English to provide peer
          
 
Service Fee

Free of Charge

Service Hours
 

Monday to Friday

Saturday, Sunday and public holidays

9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Closed

 
Service Application

Applicant may submit the application directly or through referral made by other organizations/institutions.

Service Withdrawal

Service can be terminated upon worker’s professional judgment and mutual agreement made with the service users. Service users may terminate service voluntarily at any juncture of the service process.

Enquiries and Contact
 
Address: Room 404, 2/F, 402-404 Shanghai Street, Kowloon (near Yau Ma Tei MTR Exit A1)
Tel:(852) 2323 3983
Fax:(852) 3747 1857
Email:pic_care@sracp.org.hk