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- Community Resources: Other Local resource

pdf  Eastern and Wan Chai District E-Newsletter Vol.55 (Chinese Version only)

List of Community Resources in Eastern/Wan Chai District

 

Name of Organization/Programme

 Programme Details

Target Participants

 Enquiry Tel. No.

1. Lok Kwan Social Service  Home Repairing Service  The needy 2887 7535
2. Yan Oi Tong Chinese Medical Vehicle qualitative and convenient Chinese medicine consultation   The residents in Eastern District or nearby area (The van parks from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at different locations in Eastern District regularly)   2655 7757   
3. The Hong Kong Tuberculosis Association
Chinese Medicine Clinic cum Training Centre of the University of Hong Kong  
Consultation service, acupuncture service    The needy   3553 3238  
4. The Hong Kong Tuberculosis Association
Rusy M. Shroff Dental Clinic 
Dental service   The needy   3553 3535  
5.  TWGHs Ko Wong Mo Ching Memorial Holistic Healthcare Centre cum AJR Charitable Foundation Rehabilitation Centre   Occupational therapy and physiotherapy, pain treatment, training on the children with autism or/and specific learning disabilities    The needy   3553 3164  
6. Sheng Kung Hui
St. Christopher's Home Ltd - Kidsmind
Health guidance and training services for children, health assessment and integrated intervention for children   Children aged 0-12 and their care givers    3628 5008  
7. Sheng Kung Hui
St. Christopher's Home Development Coordination Disorder Children Development Program  
Assessment, guidance, training and education services for children with Development Coordination Disorder Syndromes   Children aged 3-10 with learning difficulties from low income family   2320 0632
8.

Caritas - Hong Kong / Love in the Path of Hope - Child Development Project 

Fourth Batch of Child Development Fund Projects (Hong Kong Island)  Through three key components, namely personal development plan, mentorship programme and targeted savings to encourage participating children to plan for the future, develop an asset-building habit as well as accumulate savings and intangible assets (such as positive attitudes, personal resilience and capacities, social networks, etc.).  All these attributes are useful for their future development. 

  

(1) Children aged 10-16, and 
(2) their families are receiving Comprehensive Social Security Assistance / full grants from student finance schemes administered by the Student Financial Assistance Agency; or 
(3) whose household income is less than 75% of the Median Monthly Domestic Household Income.  

3413 1560 /
3413 1522  
9.

The Industrial Evangelistic Fellowship Ltd / Vision Is PossibleThe voyage of love and dream 

Fourth Batch of Child Development Fund Projects (Hong Kong Island)  Through three key components, namely personal development plan, mentorship programme and targeted savings to encourage participating children to plan for the future, develop an asset-building habit as well as accumulate savings and intangible assets (such as positive attitudes, personal resilience and capacities, social networks, etc.).  All these attributes are useful for their future development.  

 

(1) Children aged 10-16, and 
(2) their families are receiving Comprehensive Social Security Assistance / full grants from student finance schemes administered by the Student Financial Assistance Agency; or 
(3) whose household income is less than 75% of the Median Monthly Domestic Household Income. 

 

2755 5511  
10. St James' Settlement Continuing Care   
 
Mini-bus Escorting Service for Elders 
(1) Escort the elders to attend medical appointment   
(2) Join special functions during public holiday (e.g. family gathering and programme)  
(1) Elders over 60 live in Wan Chai, Eastern District, Central, West & South District 
(2) Elders with financial difficulties or CSSA recipient
(3) Low mobility 
2818 7400  
11. St. James' Settlement
Community Oriented Mutual Economy Project (COME)  
To arrange exchange of services and goods among residents in the community Residents in Wan Chai district  2835 4375
12. St. James' Settlement Household Maintenance Service for Single Parent and Low Income Families   To provide primary household maintenance and teach them basic knowledge of household maintenance  Single parent and low income families
(Referred by registered social worker, including CSSA recipient) 
2818 5888 
13. St. James' Settlement
Elderly Home Maintenance Services 
To provide basic home maintenance services (1) Aged 60 or above
(2) Financially deprived e.g. CSSA recipient/low-income
(3) Single household or living with spouse
(4) Poor living condition
(5) Lack of support from family members or self-care ability  
2835 4318
14. St. James' Settlement
Electrical Appliances for the Elderly Program 
To provide basic electrical appliances, such as electric fan, rice cooker, electrical kettle, radio, big button home telephone, television, refrigerator, washing machine, electric water heaterand etc.   (1) Aged 60 or above
(2) Financially deprived e.g. CSSA recipient/low-income
(3) Single household or living with spouse
(4) Lack of support from family members or self-care ability 
 2831 3283 
15. St. James' Settlement
WEEE Go Green Project 
Recovery and donation of second hand electronic appliances Deprived families (Referred by registered Social Worker)   2795 7038
16. St James' Settlement
Funeral Navigation Services 
Respect personal wishes, make arrangements for death duties in advance, so as to realize self-esteem in life. We mainly help the elderly & patients in palliative care who have weak support network in HK. They could pre-plan on their funeral arrangements according to their wishes and preferences.  (1) Aged 60 or above
(2) Patients in palliative care 
2831 3230 
17.

St James' Settlement
No Worry Link and free  

With advanced technology in computer linguistic system, the computer generates calls automatically and regularly at the time selected by the service users. This service takes an active part in keeping track the well-being of the service users. In the case of no response, our staff pays an immediate visit to the user to find out whether the user is in good condition or help is needed. The users receive concern from the community and do not have to worry anymore. The service does not require any installation of additional hardware, the operation is simple (1)  Aged 60 or above
(2) Chronically ill patient
 2835 4384
18. St. James' Settlement People's Food Bank  - To provide short-term and long-term food assistance.
- To provide milk powder to deprived baby & elderly.
- To sell the food and necessities at low cost.
(1) Low income family
(2) Unemployed
(3) Individual and families encounter sudden changes
(4)Street sleepers
2975 8777 
19. St. James' Settlement  
Philanthropic Community Pharmacy    
Makes available self-paid expensive medication, prescribed by hospitals and clinics under the Hospital Authority, at a much affordable price to the patient.
 
(1) Valid Hong Kong identity card holder
(2) Pass the financial assessment (Different criteria for different type of medication)
(3) With prescription by hospitals and clinics under the Hospital Authority
2831 3289
 
20. EFCC Tung Fook Church  Food assistance : provision of rice, noodle, canned food, milk powder, oil and oats etc. 
Opening Hours : Tuesday to Friday, 10:00~12:30 ; 14:00~17:30 (Closed on Public Holiday)
Needy persons in Easter & Wan Chai district (Should be referred by social worker, priority will be given to residents living in Chai Wan or Siu Sai Wan)  2976 9976
21. Chai Wan Baptist Church Community Health Centre

 

Dental Service 

-Quotation and Dental Service (Telephone booking required)  

 

-Hong Kong Citizens  

-CSSA recipients 

2965 3003
22. Tung Wah Eastern Hospital   Free Medical Consultation provided by General Outpatient Clinic  First appointment-booking on phone   2162 6888 or by appointment 2162 6880  
23. Chai Wan Baptist Church Community Health Centre

The Department of Health, in collaboration withChai Wan Baptist Church Community Health Centre implement the 'Elderly Health Assessment Pilot Programme”. This Programme provides voluntary, protocol-based and subsidized health assessment to elderly people aged 70 or above who hold valid Hong Kong Identity Cards. Priority will be given to hard-to-reach elderly people who live alone and have not had health assessment and regular medical follow-up by health services before.

The Programme comprises three parts: 1. baseline health assessment,
2. one to two follow-up consultations and 3. health promotion; which includes physical examination, health assessment, blood and other tests, ECG, stool specimens,gynecological examination, explanation of reports, doctor’s follow-up, individualcare plans, referrals to specialists, health talks and workshops.

Elderly people who fulfill the criteria are invited toparticipate in the Programme.

Elderly people
- aged 70 or above who hold valid Hong Kong Identity Cards

- live alone and have not had health assessment

- have no regular medical follow-up by health services before.

2965 3000 2965 3003