SANA is a social service agency that works closely with community, corporate and government agencies to prevent drug abuse by raising awareness of the dangers of substance abuse. Through engagement efforts, the organisation provides counselling and aftercare for individuals with substance abuse problems, where necessary. SANA also equips caregivers and counsellors with the skills to help those in recovery to reintegrate into society and lead purposeful lives.
Tel: 6732 1122 Website:
NCPG is a council comprising 18 professional members with expertise in psychiatry and psychology, social services, counselling, legal, rehabilitative, as well as religious services. Appointed by the Government as part of Singapore’s national framework to address problem gambling, the Council advises the Government on gambling-related concerns, conducts research, coordinates efforts to raise public awareness of problem gambling, as well as provides prevention and treatment services for problem gamblers and their families.
Hotline: 1800 6 668 668
WE CARE Community Services is an addiction recovery centre funded by charity that provides support and treatment programmes for all forms of addiction, including drugs, alcohol, gambling, sex, porn, Internet and various other compulsive behaviours. They welcome persons who need help in managing their addictive disorders, and offer support to their family members and significant others.
Tel: 3165 8017 Website:
HCSA Highpoint Halfway House provides a safe and substance-free residential shelter for homeless male ex-offenders, newly-released prisoners and those in recovery from addiction. Through a transitional living programme, residents are empowered to attain more permanent housing, gainful employment and financial independence, to live a productive addiction-free life and successfully reintegrate into society.
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Tel: 6745 3532 Website:
The Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) was established in 1971 as the primary drug enforcement agency entrusted with the responsibilities of coordinating all matters pertaining to drug eradication. CNB’s strategy is centered on actively raising awareness on the harms of drugs, encouraging adoption of a drug-free lifestyle and harnessing active citizenry to drive anti-drug advocacy within our local communities. Together with the National Council Against Drug Abuse (NCADA), we work with organisations and individuals from all walks of life with the aim to inoculate our people and sustain a drug-free culture that is firmly rooted and reinforced in our society.
Together, we look forward to achieving our vision of “A Singapore without Drugs, Where Everyone Can Live, Work, and Play Safely”.
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