Community Services

Southern

The Southern District, with an area of about 4,000 hectares, covers nearly half of the Hong Kong Island. We have two service complexes here, namely Jockey Club Rehabilitation Complex and Wong Chuk Hang Complex, providing rehabilitation and elderly services. Apart from that, there are 8 service centers delivering other kinds of service, making a total of 39 service centres in the District.

Eastern/Central & Western

The Eastern, Central & Western Districts are home to about 850,000 people which are one of the districts in Hong Kong with the most ageing population. TW operates 34 service centres here, including Fong Shu Chuen Social Services Building; Ko Wong Mo Ching Memorial Holistic Healthcare Centre cum AJR Charitable Foundation Rehabilitation Clinic which is the first of its kind in Hong Kong; Kwong Fook Tsz which is the place that originated TWGHs, and Tung Wah Coffin Home, providing comprehensive social services for residents of these districts.

Kowloon City/Yau Tsim Mong/Kwun Tong

Located in the centre of Hong Kong, Kowloon City, Yau Tsim Mong and Kwun Tong are one of the most developed districts. We operate 34 service centres here, including Wong Cho Tong Social Services Building. Most of our traditional service centres, a total of 8, are also situated in this district.

Sham Shui Po/Wong Tai Sin

To provide a comprehensive community support services to CSSA recipients and low income group in these districts, Yu Mak Yuen Integrated Services Centre and Ling Sui Ying Centre were established in 2004 and 2005 respectively. Wong Tai Sin Fortune-telling and Oblation Arcade that is a tourist attention, renders worshipping convenience to the public, it is also under our management. We have now a total of 10 service centres in the District.

Sha Tin

With its rapid urbanization in the past 40 years, Shatin has been developed into a new town with a population of 620,000. Pacing the development of Shatin, TWGHs has also been serving the area for more than 35 years. Our Ma Hing Chou Home for the Elderly, being our first elderly home operated in public housing estate, was established in 1976. We have now a total of 10 service centres in the district.

Tai Po/North

The Tai Po/North District, with an area of 28,700 hectares, is the largest geographical area among the districts we serve. Our 8 service centres provide elderly and nursery school services for the residents of this area. The largest elderly complex in South-East Asia, the Shuen Wan Complex for the Elderly which covers an area of 261,000 square meter. We have now a total of 8 service centres located in Tai Po.

Tsuen Wan/Tuen Mun/Yuen Long

We operate 14 service centers in the western New Territories, including Tai Tung Pui Social Service Building in Tuen Mun. Family problems in Tin Shui Wai have always been a social concern in recent years. Our Jockey Club Tin Shui Wai Integrated Services Center has started serving the district since 2007 in response to community needs.