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HopeHouse provides residential programmes for at-risk youth. Open to male youths aged 14 to 21, regardless of race and religion, its vision is to be an Oasis of Hope, with the goal of giving youths hope for a new beginning.

HopeHouse develops individualised care programmes for each resident comprising emotional and educational development and life skills training. The programmes may include group counselling and family involvement. Residents are also exposed to community involvement projects to help them in their social integration and development.

HopeHouse is a residential program that provides support and care to at-risk youth in need. The program is open to male youths aged 14 to 21, regardless of their race or religion, and has a vision to be an Oasis of Hope, offering young people the chance for a new beginning. At HopeHouse, the well-being of each resident is of the utmost importance, and the team is dedicated to developing individualised care programs that address the unique needs of each young person.

These care programs are designed to promote emotional and educational development, as well as to provide life skills training. To support residents in their journey, HopeHouse offers group counselling, and often involves family members in the care process. Additionally, residents are given opportunities to participate in community involvement projects, which can help them develop social skills, gain confidence, and make a positive impact in their local community.

Through its comprehensive approach to care, HopeHouse is committed to empowering young people to overcome the challenges they face and to build a brighter future for themselves. Whether through education, counselling, or community engagement, HopeHouse is dedicated to providing its residents with the support and resources they need to succeed.

Communities served


Abilities Beyond Limitations and Expectations (ABLE)

Archdiocesan Commission for the Pastoral Care of Migrants & Itinerant People (ACMI)

Assisi Hospice

Boys’ Town

Canossaville Children and Community Services (Canossaville)

Caritas Humanitarian Aid & Relief Initiatives Singapore (CHARIS)

Catholic AIDS Response Effort (CARE)

Catholic Architectural Guild (CAG)

Catholic Business Network (CBN)

Catholic Family Life (CFL)

Catholic Lawyers Guild (CLG)

Catholic Medical Guild (CMG)

Catholic Nurses Guild (CNG)

Catholic Welfare Services (CWS)

Clarity Singapore Limited


Infant Jesus Homes & Children’s Centres (IJHCC)

Mamre Oaks

Marymount Centre

Montfort Care

Morning Star Community Services (MSCS)

Roman Catholic Prison Ministry (RCPM)

Society of St Vincent de Paul (SSVP)

Every year, Caritas Singapore assesses the needs of its member organisations to fund programmes that serve our brothers and sisters in need. Our grant allocation takes into consideration funding gaps for underserved needs, the social mission organisation’s funding priorities, and the effectiveness and measurable impact of the charity’s programmes and services. All grant distribution decisions are announced in our annual report.