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The Yellow Ribbon Fund has disbursed over S$3.5 million to develop and implement reintegration programmes for ex-offenders and social support services to strengthen their families.

Beneficiaries of Yellow Ribbon Fund programmes include:

2011
No. Organisation/Agency Programme/Service Funding
1. Christian Care Services (Singapore) Residential Aftercare Support Programme (RASP) $19,440
2. Lakeside Family Centre TJ Haven $50,000
3. Life Community Services Society Friends of Children (FOC) $100,000
4. New Hope Community Services New Hope Shelter for Male Ex-Offenders $50,000
5. SACA Ex-Offenders Assistance Scheme (EAS) $30,000
6. Salvation Army Prison Support Services Kids In Play (KIP) $150,000
7. Teen Challenge (Singapore) Live n Love $40,000
8. The New Charis Mission Residential Aftercare Support Programme (RASP) $48,600
9. WE CARE Community Services Limited F.I.R.E $38,000
A.I.M $20,000
10. Inmates’ Families Support Fund (IFSF) I-CARE $25,000
11. Yellow Ribbon Fund YRF STAR Bursary Programme $80,980
Emergency Fund $35,760
Total (13 programmes from 11 agencies listed above to benefit an estimate of 1,112 beneficiaries) $687,780


2010
No. Organisation/Agency Programme/Service Funding
1. Care Community Services Society Project Spring $50,000
2. Christian Care Residential Aftercare Support Programme $58,320
3. Life Anew Life Anew $36,584.16
4. Life Community Services Friends of Children $95,000
5. Lakeside Family Centre TJ Haven $50,000
6. New Hope Community Services New Hope Shelter for Male Ex-Offender $35,902
7. Pertapis Halfway House Residential Aftercare Support Programme $12,500
8. SCORE Skills Training and Employment Support Programme $32,640
9. SACA Volunteer Aftercare Programme $50,000
10. The Salvation Army Kids In Play $130,000
11. WE CARE F.I.R.E. $38,000
A.I.M. $20,000
12. Yellow Ribbon Fund YRF STAR Bursary Programme $51,743.70
Total (13 programmes from 12 agencies listed above to benefit an estimate of 1,593 beneficiaries) $660,689.86

 

2009
No. Organisation/Agency Programme/Service Allocation
1. The Turning Point Aftercare Support for Released Residents $7,200
2. Christian Care Services Residential Aftercare Support Programme $58,320 (for 30 clients)
3. Pertapis Halfway House Residential Aftercare Support Programme $54,432 (for 28 clients)
4. SACA Volunteer Aftercare Programme $100,000
5. Beyond Social Services Restorative Care/Community Support Programme $22,000
6. WE Foundation Facilitated In-House Recovery Education (F.I.R.E) $44,000
7. Life Community Services Society Friends of Children $50,000
8. The Salvation Army Kids In PAUS $130,000
TOTAL (8 programmes benefiting an estimate of 2,000 beneficiaries) $465,952

 

Yellow Ribbon Emergency Fund
Year Amount Disbursed Beneficiary (%) (Ex-offender) Beneficiary (%) (Affected Families)

2008

$32,049.25

51.7%

48.3%

2007

$27,745.60

59.9%

40.1%

 

2008
No. Organisation/Agency Programme/Service Allocation
1. The Turning Point IT Training Workshop for Residents of HWH $4,320
Aftercare Support for Released Residents $9,080
Certificate in Junior Beauty Therapy Course (Immanuel Beauty School) $4,050
2. The High Point Certificate in Junior Beauty Therapy Course (Immanuel Beauty School) $4,050
3. Christian Care Services Ray of Hope Recovery Programme $13,000
Residential Aftercare Support Programme $38,880 (for 20 clients)
4. SACA Volunteer Aftercare Programme $98,024
5. Beyond Social Services Restorative Care/Community Support Programme $11, 041
6. The Helping Hand IT Training Course for Residents and Staff $8,640 (Program has been postponed to commence in 2009)
7. WE Foundation Facilitated Recovery Enabling Education (F.R.E.E.) $24,300
8. Fei Yue Community Services Befriending Programme to Families of Offenders $15,000
9. Lakeside Family Centre TJ Haven $40,126
10. Life Community Services Society Friends of Children $60,000
$40,000
11. The Salvation Army Kids In PAUS $60,356
$60,000
12. SCORE – YRP C2C Event: Yellow Ribbon Celebrating 2nd Chances Award Ceremony $43,225
TOTAL (14 programmes and 1 event from 12 agencies listed above to benefit an estimate of 3,787 beneficiaries) $534,092.00

 

2007
No. Organisation/Agency Programme/Service Allocation
1. Green Haven Certificate  
2. Christian Care Services Residential Aftercare Support Programme (RASP) $19,400
3. Pertapis Halfway House Marriage Enrichment Programme $10,728
Visit and Learn Programme $13,824
Residential Aftercare Support Programme (RASP) $38,880
4. Prisons Fellowship Singapore Back to Genesis: Evidence-Led Faith-Based Rehabilitation $34,300
5. Singapore After-Care Association Volunteer Aftercare Programme $76,425
Education Fund $36,000
Case Management Framework $20,000
6. Singapore Anti-Narcotics Association Aftercare Family Enrichment Programme (AFEP) $32,310
Women And Family Support (WAFS) $18,900
Case Management Framework $20,000
7. Singapore Corporation of Rehabilitative Enterprises Healthy Lifestyle Programme $21,443
8. Taman Bacaan Female Halfway House Residential Aftercare Support Programme (RASP) $9,720
9. The Ashram Individual and Family Counselling $4,200
Residential Aftercare Support Programme (RASP) $15,552
10. The High Point Residential Aftercare Support Programme (RASP) $19,440
11. The Salvation Army Kids in PAUS $78,436.87
12. The Turning Point Aftercare Support for Released Residents of The Turning Point $3,300
IT Training Workshop for Residents of The Turning Point $3,600
13. WE Foundation Ltd Facilitated Recovery Enabling Education (F.R.E.E.) $10,950
TOTAL(20 programmes from 12 agencies listed above to benefit an estimate of 3,767 beneficiaries) $487,448.87

 

2006
No. Organisation/Agency Programme/Service Allocation
1. The Ashram Specialised Individual and Family Counselling $8,400
2. Christian Care Services Residential Programme for substance abusers who are not covered under the CBR Scheme of Prisons (walk-ins or non-mandated clients) $38,880
3. Pertapis HWH My Family Biz $10,125
Visit & Learn Program $11,340
Marriage Enrichment Program $11,633
Residential HWH Program for Non-Mandated Clients $38,880
4. Taman Bacaan Female HWH IT Training Workshop $2,400
Programme for Non-mandated/Walk-in Clients $19,440
5. The Turning Point Aftercare Support for Ex-Residents of the Turning Point $6,000
IT Training Workshop $2,400
6. Prison Fellowship Singapore Back to Genesis: Evidence-Led Faith-Based Rehabilitation $30,416
7. Singapore After-Care Association Client Re-Integration And Family Services (CRAFS) $77,600
8. Singapore Anti-Narcotics Association Parent and Children Enrichment Programme(PACE) $14,487.50
Woman Against Drug Abuse(WADA) $28,800
9. The Salvation Army Kids in PAUS (Central) $24,477.50
Kids in PAUS(Changi) $64,779.50
10. WE Foundation (CAMP) Drop-In Centre $13,900
TOTAL (17 programmes from 10 agencies listed above to benefit an estimate of 11,225* beneficiaries)
* Number may include repeat clients as some could have attended more than one specialized treatment session of their choice.
$403,958.50

 

2005
No. Organisation/Agency Programme/Service Allocation
1. Pertapis Halfway House Visit and Learn Program $7,560
Residential HWH Program for Non-Mandated Clients $9,720
2. Taman Bacaan Female Halfway House Women In Recovery $10,700
3. The Turning Point Residential Program for Women Drug Addicts/Ex-Prisoners who are not covered under the CBR Scheme of Prisons Dept $9,720
Aftercare Support for Ex-Residents of the Turning Point $4,437.50
4. The Ashram Individual Counselling $6,000
5. Singapore After-Care Association Volunteer Aftercare Program $54,891
6. Singapore Anti-Narcotics Association Aftercare Family Enrichment Programme $23,490
Family Education and Support Against Drug Abuse Seminar $21,830
7. The Salvation Army Kids in PAUS $60,356
8. Save the Children Singapore Project Fortis $8,000
9. WE Foundation Drop-In Centre $34,250
TOTAL (12 programmes from 9 agencies listed above to benefit an estimate of 4,299 beneficiaries) $320,087.30
 
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