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  • Press Briefing of “Mindfulness X Insomnia” Research

    Press Briefing of “Mindfulness X Insomnia” Research


    Corporated with the Chinese University of Hong Kong, the Association has conducted the "Mindfulness X Insomnia" Research and the result has been announced at the press briefing on 28 August 2018. 

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  • iREACH - Kowloon Centre Opening Ceremony

    iREACH - Kowloon Centre Opening Ceremony


    Funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, the Jockey Club iREACH Social Competence Development and Employment Support Center ("The Center”) has commenced operation since September 2017 at two sites in Chai Wan and Yau Ma Tei. The Center aimed to provide continuous and sustainable lifespan services for people challenged by Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and to support their needs across developmental stages. The individual-based and social competence-oriented services aimed to strengthen their social competence and independence through multiple service modalities such as clinical assessment, individual counseling, social competence group training, employment support service, therapeutic programs, empowerment activities, as well as peer networking. 

    The opening ceremony for the Jockey Club iREACH Social Competence Development and Employment Support Center (Kowloon Centre) was held on 28 April 2018. 


  • Jockey Club TourHeart Project Service Centre

    Jockey Club TourHeart Project Service Centre


    Supported by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, New Life co-operated with The Chinese University of Hong Kong to introduce the stepped self-help mental health online platform – the "Jockey Club TourHeart Project” in September 2017. In February 2018, the Association established the "Jockey Club TourHeart Project Service Centre” in Mong Kok, providing the eGPS service for individuals who are suffering from depression or anxiety.


  • Flag Day 2017

    Flag Day 2017


    Event: Flag Day 2017
    Date: 4th November 2017 (Saturday)

    Our territory-wide Flag Day was successfully held on 4 November 2017. The donations generated from the flag day event will be used to finance newlife.330 prorgram for increasing the awareness of mental health for general public.

    Click Here to download the Audit Report of Flag Day 2017 (4 November 2017)

  • Annual General Meeting 2016/17

    Annual General Meeting 2016/17


    Event: Annual General Meeting 2016/17
    Date: 22th September 2017 (Friday)
    Time: 7pm-10pm
    Venue: Activities Room, G/F, Shek Kip Mei Park Sports Centre, 290 Nam Cheong Street, Kowloon

    Our Annual General Meeting 2016/17 in Shek Kip Mei Park Sports Centre this year. We were honoured to invite Dr. Law Chi-kwong, GBS, JP, Secretary for Labour and Welfare to be our officiating guest.

  • Mirco Movie Production -“Bliss is in the Air”

    Mirco Movie Production -“Bliss is in the Air”


    Funded by "HSBC Hong Kong Community Partnership Program”, a community project namely "Bliss is in the Air” was completed in the year. This project produced 5 micro-movies on family recovery stories for public education to reduce misunderstanding and to promote family cohesion. The movies were filmed in Shamshuipo district and the working process was a valuable experience of co-production among the professional team of the movie production, actors and actresses, caregivers, PIR and staff members. The project was blessed that not only support was gained from service units but also the local community to provide venues for film making. More than 800 students participated in the 4 movie sharing workshops and a premiere was held on 28 August 2017 at Grand Ocean Cinema with more than 400 participants. 

  • Press Conference of “Chow Tai Fook Charity Foundation – Psychiatric Medical Subsidy Project”

    Press Conference of “Chow Tai Fook Charity Foundation – Psychiatric Medical Subsidy Project”


    Event: Press Conference of "Chow Tai Fook Charity Foundation – Psychiatric Medical Subsidy Project”
    Date: 23 May 2017
    Venue: 8/F, New World Tower II, Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong

    Chow Tai Fook Charity Foundation and New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association (NLPR) jointly organized the Press Conference of "Chow Tai Fook Charity Foundation – Psychiatric Medical Subsidy Project” on 23 May 2017. Mr Cheng Kar Shing, Peter, Chairman of Chow Tai Fook Charity Foundation, Ms. Sania Yau, JP, CEO, NLPRA, Mr. Terry Wong, Professional Manager (Community Services), Dr. Tsang Wai Kiu, Alfert and Dr. LEE Yiu Ki, Specialist in Psychiatry have shared at the press conference.

    Chow Tai Fook Charity Foundation funded $5 million to support the two-year project which has been launched since September 2016. This project aims at bridging up the gap of youth with suspected mental health problem and waiting public psychiatric service by subsidizing them to receive early treatment from private psychiatrist. Total 13 private Specialist in Psychiatry participated in this project.

    For more details: http://ctffunding.nlpra.org.hk

  • “Mad World” Charity Gala Premiere

    “Mad World” Charity Gala Premiere


    Event: "Mad World” Charity Gala Premiere
    Date: 24 March 2017
    Venue: The Grand, Elements

    Co-organized with Golden Scene Company Limited, the New Life "Mad World” Charity Gala Premiere was help on 24 March 2017 at The Grand, Elements officiated by Mr. Stephen Sui, JP, Secretary for Labour and Welfare.

    The Charity Gala Premiere was supported by different corporate sponsors (Title Sponsor: InterContinental Hotel; Diamond Sponsor: Nikkei Japanese Language School Ltd and Silver Sponsor: Kee Wah Bakery) and donors. The raised fund will support the public education campaign for increasing the mental health awareness from the general public. Over 900 guests have participated in the event.

    A sharing session was held after the movie screening by the movie main cast Ms. Elaine Jin and Ms. Charmaine Fong; Movie Director Mr. Wong Chun; Movie Screenplay Ms. Florence Chan as well as Mr. Vincent Cheng, Social Worker at NLPRA.

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