Lutheran Community Care Services Ltd (LCCS) is a social service agency established in 2002.

Believing that relationships is key for one’s well-being, LCCS engages individuals, families and the community to build connectedness, strengthen and restore relationships by creating new experiences through restorative conversations.

LCCS works with a wide range of stakeholders, including the schools, institutions (residential homes and prisons), state courts and the child protection system to address issues of harm and hurt as well as foster healthy relationships for support and growth. Through research, application and training, LCCS aspires to contribute to the growth of practice and knowledge in restorative practices.

2019 At A Glance

Lives Restored

Lives Connected

Lives Empowered

Lives Engaged


” Thank you so much for LCCS’s help during the last couple of months for our Home Study Report. We appreciate your efficient follow-up and for trying your best to make the assessment as smooth and pleasant as possible for my husband and myself. Indeed, all of you had made a significant contribution to our adoption journey. “

” True to the value of being pro-social, LCCS values involvement and communication from the significant adults in the school. They offer teachers roles to play throughout the process of teaching and learning. This belief translates into a practice that creates meaning to both students and adults in the school. “

Denise Teh, HOD/Student Management,
Junyuan Secondary School

” I was truly amazed at how powerful RP could be in creating positive relationships not just between staff and inmates but also between them and their peers.  I recall a case where I saw solidarity, understanding, care and concern even when the actions of a couple of inmates caused the whole group to lose a group privilege. And what was even more powerful was the empathy caused the 2 wrongdoers to be overwhelmed with remorse and learn from their misdeed. “

Karen, RTC Counsellor

” We are thankful to LCCS for this 2-year RP journey with us thus far, where many prison staff have been trained and are now using RP in many facets of their work. We also appreciate continued efforts at building the community of practice, facilitating practitioner builder sessions, and dialogues with RP gurus for us to learn more about RP and its application with inmates and in prisons work.  We believe that building connected communities and a restorative environment would make for safer prisons and ones more conducive to rehab. “

Benjamin Chia,
Prisons Cluster B Commander

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