Many of our all-female residents are in their golden years with mental health issues, who require long-term care and support. Most of our residents either come from underprivileged families who have no means to look after them, or have been rejected by their families.
We seek to provide and maintain quality residential care to meet the physical and psychological needs of our residents, and aim to create a nurturing space and meaningful life for them during their stay at our Home.
To deliver quality holistic care for our beneficiaries in a caring and nurturing environment at our Home. Together with our volunteers, we strive for CART (Compassion, Accountability, Respect and Teamwork).
To enrich the quality of life of the beneficiaries entrusted in our care by making them the focus of our work.
Tai Pei Buddhist Organisation started Tai Pei Social Service (TPSS) in June 2006. Its role was to take care of the female destitute with mental issues from the Institute of Mental Health (IMH). The Home took over the care and management of four wards in Block 5 Level 5 & 6 in IMH, with a bed space capacity of 192 beds.
Soon after, TPSS was renamed as XiSer Careserve.
Our financial information is available here.