Families living in subdivided housing unit in Kowloon City is the service target. We provide different service to children and parents with “Body-Mind-Spirit” support through a multi and cross-sectoral collaboration model of social, welfare and medical care. This project also promotes the participation of those families in community activities and the establishment of a mutual support network among them.
The operating expenses of the project is sponsored by the Mental Health Project Funding Scheme of the Food and Health Bureau.
- Provide respite child care services for parents of subdivided units to relieve the stresses of them
- Build up the confidence and ability of parents of subdivided units to take care of their children, as as to alleviate their distress of child care
- Improve the learning motivation of children in subdivided units to reduce parenting pressure on parents on homework’s guidance
- Foster the mutual aid network of parents of subdivided units for relieving their pressure
- Early identification of parents and children facing emotional issues with counselling services and referrals, so that parents can solve emotional issues as early as possible
- Organize talks and workshops to enhance mental health awareness
- Render group activities for parents and children of subdivided households
- Recruit volunteer tutors to give out “one-on-one” homework guidance to the children online
- Service achievement sharing helps to deepen the public’s understanding of mental health and the needs of less resource families in subdivided units
- Foster parent mutual help groups and build up a parent support network