This Home receives women facing psychological challenges. A range of activities with the support of the Church, public and Ministry of Health Malaysia are in place to help them.
About Pusat Kebajikan Kalvari (PKK)
Pusat Kebajikan Kalvari Johor’s first home started in December 1989 at ‘Jalan Dapat’ in Johor Bahru. Today 23 Homes and Centres have been set up within the Johor Bahru area.
Our homes and rehabilitation centres are places of refuge for the sole purpose of touching our community with God’s love. By God’s grace, the needs of the helpless, abused, abandoned and the disadvantaged are looked after. Here, they can be rehabilitated and restored for a future with a hope.
On the other hand, our Special Education Centres provide the much needed intervention and learning support for the intellectually disabled.
We are also in the midst of developing Calvary Care Village (13.6 acre plot of land) – a centralised rehabilitation centre for those with substance abuse and the psychologically challenged (men) – at Pasir Gudang, Johor. Johor’s (PKK) Homes and Centres amount to RM2.53 million annually. The founding church (Calvary City Church) provides approximately 30% of the finances. The balance 70% come from general public- both individuals and corporations- who have been generous and faithful in their donations.
Presently we are sheltering, feeding, nurturing, educating or rehabilitating a total of over 580 people (residents, day special education centre children and care givers). The major expenses incurred are for food, utilities, rentals, vehicle maintenance, vehicle loan repayment and workers’ salaries.Learn More
PKK Homes for the Psychologically Challenged
|+60167333722 (Joshua)Phone Number
|+60167333574 (Athens)Phone Number
|Established since 1989Year of Establishment
|No 1-B, Jalan Mustapha, 80100 Johor Bahru, JohorAddress