Simei Care Centre is a purpose-built psychiatric rehabilitation centre. Psychiatric disability refers to a wide range of mental health conditions such as schizophrenia, depression, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and many others. The mental illness may significantly impair the person’s performance in major life activities such as learning, thinking, communicating and sleeping, resulting in great disability. Psychiatric rehabilitation is the integration of social, educational, occupational, behavioral and cognitive interventions aimed at achieving long-term recovery and maximising the client’s self-efficacy.

A community project of the Singapore Anglican Community Services, the development of the centre began in 2002 and was completed in December 2004. The centre was officially declared opened by President SR Nathan on 9th of April 2005.

Simei Care Centre provides psychiatric rehabilitation services and aims to be a place of recovery for the clients. With our 9 storey building, the centre can house 120 residential and 100 day care clients. Our centre provides a wide range of psychiatric rehabilitation programs and services aimed at helping our members reintegrate into the society. The programs offered aims to equip our clients with vocational, independent living and other practical life skills. We also provide in-house job placements in internal work units, social enterprises and also in our Day Care workshop.