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SANA aims to equip ex-offenders with a chance to reintegrate into our society and strengthen their family networks. More often than not, ex-offenders face barriers in securing jobs and gaining social acceptance. Those with inadequate skills and work experience face even greater hurdles.

SANA collaborates with businesses and corporate organisations on initiatives to help ex-offenders gain skills and experiences in industry-specific areas such as beauty and grooming, culinary, hospitality, renovation and construction.

  • Project Relief: Provides assistance to needy and vulnerable women (single mothers / divorcees) with $200 worth of groceries. Main target are women who are struggling financially to support their children due to incarceration, physical disability, health and financial hardship. (Supported by Marican & Associates)
  • Empowerment of Women Initiative: Provides a fully-sponsored Certification course in Make-up Skills to women. Upon their graduation, they are offered jobs in the beauty industry, and for those who qualify, the option to pursue the Diploma in Beauty Skills. (Supported by Luxasia Pte Ltd)

SANA welcomes corporate partnerships to provide skills training or on-the-job training to equip ex-offenders in their new journeys ahead. If you are able to collaborate in any way, please contact us.

 

Programmes to Equip and Advance

Tattoo Removal Programme

Tattoo Removal Programme

The removal of a tattoo is a significant milestone for our ex-offenders as they step up to the challenge of starting afresh and regaining control of their lives.

Our SANA Tattoo Removal Programme is a partnership with National Skin Centre (NSC) to remove unwanted or regrettable tattoos. Laser tattoo removal requires multiple sessions and is a costly procedure. This treatment is offered at a highly subsidised rates to our ex-offenders.

Family Enrichment Programme

Family Enrichment Programme

The key objectives of the SANA Family Enrichment Programme are to foster, promote and rekindle familial bonds through workshops and activities. Ex-offenders and their family members share problem-solving techniques and are encouraged and supported in the new challenges they face as a family. This effort underscores the integral role of family support in an ex-offender’s recovery.

Peer Leaders Development Programme

Peer Leaders Development Programme

SANA ex-offenders who have made significant progress in rebuilding their lives within the past 12 months and who possess leadership potential are groomed as SANA Peer Leaders. They act as role models and ambassadors, inspiring recovering addicts in the early stages of post-incarceration.