Singapore Prison Service Volunteer - Religious

Singapore Prison Service Volunteer - Religious

Spiritual guidance can help in an offender’s rehabilitation. It provides the necessary emotional and mental support for them to cope with life's experiences. Spiritual support also forms an important aspect of an offender’s psychological well-being. It can give them the resilience to maintain a positive outlook in life.

Key Details

Commitment Skills and Interest
No minimum hours Befriending, Religious counselling and services
Home Team Department
Singapore Prison Service

Who Is Eligible

Join us if you are at least 21 years old and wish to help offenders, and are currently volunteering with any of our partner religious organisations.

How to Apply

Apply Online 


Alternatively, you may apply with the partner religious organisation directly, indicating your interest to serve as a religious volunteer at Prisons.

Upon successful application and matching, you will be notified to attend Basic Prison Training.

More About this Scheme

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