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Organization Overview

The Richmond Fellowship of Hong Kong was established in 1984 as a non-profit making registered charity. It is affiliated to the Richmond Fellowship International, a world-wide network of self-governing non-profit organization which shares the common aim of promoting good community care practice in the field of mental health. It is a member of the Asia Pacific Forum of the Richmond Fellowship which was established in 1991, to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and experience between the Richmond Psychosocial Foundation International (RPFI) in Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific Islands, Nepal, India, Hong Kong and Macau.

Richmond Fellowship of Hong Kong is also a member of many renowned international professional organizations, such as the World Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation, the World Schizophrenia Fellowship and the World Federation for Mental Health.


To be a leading and innovative community mental health organization committed to user's participation.



  • To provide comprehensive community-based mental health services for persons with mental disabilities and the community.
  • To continuously improve existing services and to develop new models of care in response to users' needs.
  • To empower users' participation in policy formulation and service provisions.
  • To provide training and professional advice on mental health services.

Aims And Objectives

It is the aim of Richmond Fellowship of Hong Kong to promote good community care practice in the field of mental health.

The Fellowship works towards achieving this aim by:

  • Providing a range of accommodation options, training and work opportunities for service users.
  • Providing preventive and aftercare support for service users.
  • Providing education and training for service users and their families.
  • Providing education and training for worker in the mental health field and related professions.

Core Values

  • Respect
  • Foresight
  • Holistic
  • Knowledge and Profession