Purpose of Service
BOKSS lntegrated Community Centre for Mental Wellness (ICCMW) provides a one-stop, district-based integrated mental health service to the local community. It promotes the importance of holistic health, which includes physical, emotional, social and spiritual aspects of health. It also provides training and activities for mental health Service users.
To enhance the Social support and re-integration of the mental health service users into the community, BOKSS ICCMW provides a one-stop and integrated service that includes independent living training; developing potentials and strengths; building supportive social network; encouraging continuous learning; enriching daily lives to achieve self-help and mutual support in or beyond their recovery process.
To support people or their families in the community who are suffering from emotional or mental distress by providing early identification of the problem and intervention to prevent further deterioration
To enhance the community of the concern and awareness of holistic health.
The target Groups of ICCMW are those living in the district, including-
Discharged mental patients since secondary school age
Persons with suspected mental health problems since secondary school age
Family members / cares of the above persons
Residents with interest in understanding and improving their mental health
-Fortress Hill (including Hing Hon Building to King Yu Court but excluding Viking Villas and Fly Dragon Terrace)
-Sai Wan Ho, Shau Kei Wan
-Heng Fa Chuen (excluding Chai Wan)
Assessment and Counselling
Mental wellness assessments, counselling and outreaching visits will be provided by professional social workers to the recovered. Also, support services in handling mental and living problems, including consultation and referral services, will be available.
The Centre offers social and recreational activities, continuing education courses, growth groups, volunteer services and mutual-aid groups.
Pre-employment Training and On-job Support
Pre-employment training, on- job support and social skill training will be provided by occupational therapists and assistants.
Families of the recovered will undergo assessment while the Centre will provide support accordingly in individual or group format and helps establish a platform for mutual assistance.
The Centre organises a wide range of community education activities to raise community awareness toward holistic health development, early identification and intervention of emotional/ mental distress and thus building a community with high acceptance and integration.
Peer Support Service
Emotional and recover supports through interview, phone conversation, outing and caring visits or small group activities to mental health recoverees will be provided by peer support workers and organize mental health education activities to general public
Clinical Psychological Service (refer by case worker)
Provision of psychological assessment and treatment, clinical groups and programmes
How to Apply
Applicants may visit or call our Centre, or be referred by other organisations and groups.
How to Withdraw
Applicants may apply for withdrawal or file close in person or writing or via phone.
Free admission. Charges may vary depending on activities.
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Closed on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays
Contact and Enquiry
Address: 11/F, Lancashire Centre, 361 Shau Kei Wan Road, Shau Kei Wan, Hong Kong
Tel: 2967 0902
Fax: 2967 0577