Positive Living Community Home

This is a 23 bed facility with a 1 ½ acre of farmland that contains a fish pond, 2 goat pens, chicken cage, a mini food forest using ‘perma-culture design’ and a vegetable garden. It also houses a large warehouse to store recyclable items donated by the public. These facilities are used to provide ‘work therapy’ for the residents there, who are going through a program to help them deal with drug or alcohol dependency. There are some residents who are not drug or alcohol dependents but are homeless patients with AIDS who are unable to lead a normal life due to some disability and the absence of opportunities to assist people in their condition.

Photo Credits: Grace Baey

 

Oasis Nursing Home

The “Oasis Nursing Home" is a 20 bed residential facility that houses patients in need of nursing care. There are patients in advance stages of AIDS who are starting treatment. Some of them suffer from permanent disabilities or psychiatric disorder. Others are recovering from disabilities acquired while under the crutches of human traffickers. They are managed by dedicated caregivers, a physiotherapist and a visiting nurse. All AIDS patients are treated by specialists from the Sg. Buloh Hospital, where they go for regular appointments / monitoring.

Photo Credits: Grace Baey

PLC Rest House

Some residents cannot fit into any of the above programs but need food, shelter & health care. If left to fend for themselves on their own, they will end up living in the streets. This home offers them a dignified life and a resting place to call ‘home’.

Photo Credits: Grace Baey