Employment for Ex-mentally ill
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Good Harvest Maintenance Services will provide persons recovered from mental illness and ex-offenders with relevant training to help them become qualified electrical technicians and craftsmen under the Qualifications Framework, thus enhancing their competitiveness in the job market and chances of integration into the society.During the training period,
Besides providing regular convenience store services to hospital staff, patients and visitors, Cheers Gallery also offers vocational training and employment opportunities to disabled people. As our business is basically run on a self-serving basis, over 70% of our staff at Cheers Gallery is disabled people.MentalCare Connect has established excellent relatio
New Life Convenience Stores in Kowloon Hospital offer a wide range of snacks, drinks and daily necessities to cope with the demand of in-patients and visitors. We also partner with Circle K. Our stores were renovated with their store design and operation model based on Circle K store model to train PIRs for future employment in Circle K’s stores.
Eco-tourism of New Life Farm is the first social enterprise which offers nature-based tours in Hong Kong.Provide training and employment opportunities for people in recovery of mental illnessEnhance public understanding and acceptance of people in recovery of mental illness through various activities and their interaction with the publicPromote the concept o
Sun Garden Café is located at Kadoorie Farm & Botanic Garden. It started to operate in 2011 and it features vegetarian food with a variety of choices such as sandwiches, toasties, salad, soup omelette, organic bakery, healthy drinks, ice-cream, etc. The café provides a perfect place for visitors to enjoy tasty vegetarian food in a nice and
One café commenced its business at Castel Peak Hospital in 2013. It offers light refreshments and drinks to hospital staff and visitors. Food and drinks selection include sandwiches, cakes, snacks, coffee, healthy drinks, etc. The grab-and-go service fits in with the busy life of hospital staff and provides convenience to visitors.