Our Main Focused Area

Teduhan Kasih Hira Society – TKHS 

As many as 45 ex-drug offenders have followed our programs so far. Our accomplishment for this project is to help ex-offenders stay drug-free, out of trouble, by providing support, training, counseling and mentoring to as many we can reach. They are given the needed support and platforms.


The proposed program, “Main Pillar of the Program Therapeutic Community“, will establish a standardized procedure of:

  1. Family Milieu Concept
  2. Peer Pressure (Therapeutic Community Tools)
  3. Therapeutic Session
  4. Religious Session
  5. Role Modelling


Four category structure program:

  1. Tools of the House (Anger/Behaviour Management & Shaping)
  2. Emotional & Psychological
  3. Intellectual & Spiritual Development
  4. Vocational & Survival


These core strategies continue to be key elements of the programs at Teduhan Kasih Hira Society:

  1. Education Field

Moral education at Hira is focused more on the subject of the humanity and society. Complementary classes are opened to all the beneficiaries’ children. Aside from that, Hira is providing free school tuition, IT and computer courses for the unfortunate drug-addict families. What most important is to enliven the spirit of the students and to enlighten them with a glimpse of hope. Education is very important as it will help to reduce social illness and poverty.

  1. Social Field

Hira was established by 2 former drug addicts who aim to uplift the lives of former drug addicts, drug addicts and their families. The two founders and leaders of Hira, are qualified teachers wants to ‘start a social caring center’ for this unfortunate marginalized segment of the community. This can be done by training a core group of befrienders ‘Hira Helpmates’ who will help assist the morally wayward to a righteous path and establish themselves in their families and jobs. It is a focus in its general mission to uplift the moral and professional status of individuals.

Hira will strive to enrich and strengthen the social institutions through courses, workshops, lectures, exhibitions, publications and whatever means to be the model community.