Jamiyah Welfare Department (JWD) was established in 1974. It is among societies providing care and assistance to those in need, such as the disabled, less fortunate, widows, orphans and families of drug detainees. It has three services which are the free medical clinic, free legal clinic as well as the bi-monthly food ration.
Some of the cases are referred by the Prison Department, the Housing Development Board, the Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports (MCYS), Community Development Council (CDC), Member of Parliaments (MPs) and other Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs). Some of the cases are those who come forward to seek assistance and help.
Jamiyah Counselling Centre
Jamiyah Home for the Aged (Darul Takrim) was established in 1996 as an eldercare and destitute welfare facility by the then Ministry of Community Development with the appointment of the Muslim Missionary Society Singapore as the Managing Agent.
The Home began operations at Still Road from 15 December 1996 until it was relocated to its present location at 1 Tampines Ave 3 on 17 December 1997. The purpose of the home is to provide shelter and care for the residents, many of whom are elderly, frail and destitute.
To encourage active participation of women in the field of da’wah, welfare and education.
1. Provide opportunities and platforms for women activism in the field of da’wah, welfare and education
2. To promote physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual (PIES) well-being of women
3. Organize classes for women of all ages
4. Organize short term and long term activities and programmes that will promote Physical, Intellectual, Emotional and SpiritualSingapore.