HKFWS takes a “Family-centric” perspective for service development. We believe family is paramount and devote ourselves to strengthen family wellbeing. Regardless of family backgrounds or facing difficulties, we are pleased to provide support. We also utilise community resources to alleviate their imminent hardships. Some advices are provided by our professional team derived from their past working experience here for your reference when you are in need.

Against COVID

As the Covid-19 pandemic persists, for fear of being infected, I seldom meet my friends and socialise with people, which make me feeling lonely sometimes. What should I do to protect the mental health of myself and my family?

I got infected with Covid-19 before, so I dared not to visit my elderly parents who have chronic illnesses. While the epidemic remains volatile, they miss their grandchildren and hope we can visit them more often during holidays. What should I do?

My husband and I hold different views on the preventive measures against Covid-19. He was tested positive before and said that he already has antibodies, so he doesn’t pay much attention on the preventive measures. However, my health is not good and I als

Due to the pandemic, my husband has been unemployed in recent months. The family income has plummeted. Staying at home for a long time, we have conflict because of minor issues. These pressures are overwhelming. Anything can help with me?

Under the pandemic, the children are staying at home because of the class suspension. They become inattentive and undisciplined in learning. They feel bored but I am busy with housework and working at home. I feel fidgety and easy to scold. The relationships become tense. How can I do?