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PAVE Integrated Services for Individual and Family Protection Specialist Centre (ISIFPSC)

PAVE is an integrated service for family violence and child protection. PAVE provides services for persons who abuse, survivors and vulnerable family members such as children and the elderly, in dealing with interpersonal violence.

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Information & Advice Information & Advice

Information & Advice

Persons interested in seeking information regarding family violence and legal protection or to discuss possible options regarding their family situation can contact the PAVE social workers during office hours. 

Information & Advice

Persons interested in seeking information regarding family violence and legal protection or to discuss possible options regarding their family situation can contact the PAVE social workers during office hours.

Please contact us at intake@pave.org.sg or 6555 0390 if you wish to seek support for yourself or someone close to you.

Application of Personal Protection Order

Applicants can apply for a PPO via iFAMS online application platform: https://ifams.gov.sg/sop/#iFAMS

Please be informed that, as part of the Covid-19 precautionary measures, PPO application will only be available at the FJC in the morning from 9am-12pm.

For the affirmation, applicants will need to do so directly at the Family Justice Court (FJC). You can select the date and time to go down to FJC at the end of the PPO application via iFAMS.

Here are some guides for applicants and respondents:

Link to applicant guide: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WYP7JyODMo

Link to respondent guide: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YPGtIWu0W4

Casework & Counselling Casework & Counselling

Casework & Counselling

Casework / Counselling are provided by professionally trained Social Workers who specialise in family violence work. Persons who abuse, survivors and witnesses of abuse may receive emotional support on a one-to-one basis either on voluntary or mandatory (court mandate) grounds.

Casework & Counselling

Casework / counselling are provided by professionally trained Social Workers who specialise in family violence work. Persons who abuse, survivors and witnesses of abuse may receive emotional support on a one-to-one basis either on voluntary or mandatory (court mandate) grounds.

Trauma-Focused Counselling for Children

PAVE provides trauma-focussed counselling which aims to address the needs of children and adolescents aged 5 – 18 with posttraumatic stress symptoms and other difficulties related to traumatic life events such as their experiences of violence.

Re-integrative Services for Families

Upon completion of the family violence programme, parenting support including fathering sessions, family work and marital work may be offered to the families/individuals, based on their needs.

Please contact us at intake@pave.org.sg or 6555 0390 if you wish to seek support for yourself or someone close to you.

Group Work Group Work

Group Work

Group work services for Persons Who Abuse (PWA)

This is a 12-week programme that challenges the beliefs of PWA who use violence. The programme introduces positive alternatives to violence. The group is open to both mandatory and voluntary clients and is co-facilitated by a male-female professional team.

Group Work

Group work services for Persons Who Abuse (PWA)

This is a 12-week programme that challenges the beliefs of PWA who use violence. The programme introduces positive alternatives to violence. The group is open to both mandatory and voluntary clients and is co-facilitated by a male-female professional team.

Group work for survivors who experience violence

This is a 10-week programme that uses an empowerment model to work with survivors who experience violence. Apart from safety and protection, the programme also looks at gender and socialisation issues and seeks alternative ways to problem-solving.

Group work for children

This programme helps children to deal with the trauma of experiencing/witnessing violence in their families. Issues of self-esteem and facilitating their capacity to cope more constructively with violent behaviour are explored.

Family group work

Post-violence marital, family and parenting groups are also conducted for those who have completed their individual counselling programmes.

Public Education Public Education

Public Education

Talks and public education programmes are conducted with the different community partners with the aim of building an informed community to take a stand against interpersonal violence.

Public Education

Talks and public education programmes are conducted with the different community partners with the aim of building an informed community to take a stand against interpersonal violence.

Training Training

Training

Social workers impart professional social skills and expertise through training courses or workshops on family violence and other forms of interpersonal violence. Target groups include professional social workers, counsellors, police, medical team, 

Training

Social workers impart professional social skills and expertise through training courses or workshops on family violence and other forms of interpersonal violence. Target groups include professional social workers, counsellors, police, medical team, para-professionals, grassroots organizations and other social service providers.

Research Research

Research

Social workers conduct research and document findings to improve service delivery and contribute to a local body of knowledge.

Research

Social workers conduct research and document findings to improve service delivery and contribute to a local body of knowledge.