- COMNET Senior Service opened three new senior activity centres in central and northeast Singapore.
- MSF appointed Youth Infinity as an Integrated Service Provider (ISP) to two regions in Singapore. ISPs provide divisionary programmes to youth in the community.
- MSF appointed Transition Plus @ Jalan Bukit Merah as a Transitional Shelter tp render temporary shelter services to families with children, who have exhausted all means of accommodation.
- AMKFSC celebrated our 40th Anniversary in serving the community, attended by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong
- The Centre for Collaborative Practice is launched at AMKFSC-UniSIM Symposium 2017.
- AMKFSC is awarded the 3rd ASEAN Leadership Award on Rural Development and Poverty Eradication.
- Dr Vincent Ng, Chief Executive Officer, received the Outstanding Social Worker Award.
- Bakery Hearts officially opened its new kitchen at Ang Mo Kio Community Centre.
- Launch of commemorative cookbook Recipe Retrospective, a collaboration between senior beneficiaries at COMNET Senior Service and students from Nanyang Polytechnic.
- Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong officiated the opening of four centres - Family Services @ Yio Chu Kang, Family Services @ Teck Ghee, Youth Infinity and COMNET Cluster Support.
- The Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) appointed AMKFSC under the Safe and Strong Families - Preservation (SSF-P) programme.
- Temasek Cares KIDS 0-3 Centre, in partnership with Temasek Cares and KK Women's and Children's Hospital, began operations.
- Published Learning by Doing: Involving Children in Social Practice, one of the first literatures in Singapore consolidating best social work practices for working with children in Singapore.
- Mr Isaac Teo Lai Huat, Centre Manager at Transition Plus+, received the Promising Social Worker Award.
- Established MindCare, a community mental health service that aims to respond to the increasing needs for community mental health support.
- Opened Family Services @ Teck Ghee.
- The Ang Mo Kio Family Service Centres underwent corporatisation and was henceforth known as AMKFSC Community Services Ltd.
- Family Services @ Yio Chu Kang began operations.
- Ms Lee Sin Yan, assistant senior social worker at Cheng San Family Service Centre, received the Promising Social Worker Award.
- First AMKFSC-UniSIM Symposium saw a turnout of more than 300 social service practitioners.
- Ms Yogeswari Munisamy, Principal Social Worker at The Ang Mo Kio Family Service Centres, received the Outstanding Social Worker Award.
- Punggol Family Service Centre began operations.
- Established Transition Plus+ to serve low-income and multi-stressed families living in interim rental housing.
- Nexus Family Resource Centre (FRC) began operations at Changi Prison Link Complex.
- Mr Mohd Fareez Bin Mohd Fahmy, Centre Manager at Nexus Family Resource Centre, received the Promising Social Worker Award.
- Initiated the Bakery Hearts programme, which aims to support women from low-income families, who face chronic difficulties in gaining employment.
- Mr Chua Wei Bin, Centre Head of Cheng San Family Service Centre, received the Promising Social Worker Award.
- Launched COMNET Senior Service to support vulnerable and socially-isolated seniors living in the Ang Mo Kio, Sin Ming and Bishan area.
- Youth Infinity, our youth work-specialised centre, began operations to reach out and engage at-risk youths between the ages of 11 and 21.
- Government appointed six agencies in Singapore, including AMKFSC, to run the Healthy Start Programme, targeted at high-risk and dysfunctional families with infants and children between the ages of zero and six.
- Opened our third branch, Sengkang Family Service Centre.
- Renamed The Ang Mo Kio Family Service Centres.
- Opened our second branch, Cheng San Family Service Centre.
- Launched Before and After School Individualised Care (BASIC) to provide supervised care for latchkey children between the ages of seven and 14.
- Registered as an autonomous organisation under the Societies Act with its first independent volunteer management committee.
- Singapore's one-stop family service centre, Ang Mo Kio Social Service Centre, was established to help residents who are facing psychosocial and financial issues. Served as a national model for subsequent family service centres across Singapore.