PERTAPIS Halfway House

PHH Objectives

PERTAPIS Halfway House (PHH) was launched in 1989 with the objective of being the leading service provider for treatment and rehabilitative services to substance abusers, enabling them to reintegrate into society and be active contributors.

With a capacity of 100, PHH was the first Malay Muslim Halfway House in Singapore.

At PHH, offenders serving the tail end of their sentences or abusers placed under community-based rehabilitation programmes are engaged in meaningful work that prepares them for eventual employment upon release.

Our Programmes

Halfway House Service Model
where we partner with Singapore Corporation of Rehabilitative Enterprises (SCORE)

Life Skills Classes
such as IT courses, interview workshops, resume-building lessons

Corporate Collaborations
for practical hands-on training

Our Impact

S$1.2m
invested in the home per year

100
offenders rehabilitated per year over 25 years

Our Needs

Facility upgrade
for built-in work spaces like hairdressing corner, sewing machines, shelves

Tools and consumables
for operations like computers, cameras, toiletries

Corporate sponsors
who offer our clients a second chance

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