What is a Family Service Centre?
Family Service Centres (FSCs) are a key community-based focal point and social service provider for families in need. FSCs are staffed with social workers and other professionals, who are ready to provide a listening ear and helping hand. Anyone, regardless of age, race, language or religion, can benefit from FSC services. There are 47 FSCs in Singapore run by voluntary welfare organisations and supported by the Ministry of Social and Family Development, National Council of Social Service, Community Chest and/or Singapore Totalisator Board.
The objectives of FSCs are to promote and improve the well-being of every individual in the family, at every stage of life.
Serangoon Moral Family Service Centre
Serangoon Moral Family Service Centre was established by the Chee Hoon Kog Moral Promotion Society in December 1996. The Centre was officially opened in March 1998. We provide accessible, affordable and professional services to those in need, irrespective of race, colour, creed, language or religion.