About us

Who we are

We are a registered non profit company rendering professional services to the poor rural people in Limpopo. Dealing with substance abuse and gender based violence.

Drug abuse is a major contributing factor to violence against women. Partners who abuse drugs are more likely to be violence against their wife and girl children, this may involve not only sexual violence but also physical and psychological violence. 

The increasing number of rape cases globally can also be attributed to increased drug use amongst youths and adults. Some drugs increase sex drive and affect the mind, hence leading to irrational decisions. Some drugs make you become violence. This is how drugs influence or increase violence against women. 

Our approach

Our Mission

For our clients
*To provide social welfare services to enable them to meet life’s challenges.

For the community
*To promote social and family responsibilities.

For our staff
*To empower and build an innovative, cohesive and professional team.

For the government
*To join hands in promoting synergy conducive to efficient and effective service delivery.

The relationship between substance abuse and gender-based violence in South Africa is acknowledged and well-documented.
Studies linking alcohol consumption and intimate partner violence (IPV) have found that 45% of men and 20% of women were drinking during episodes of IPV.1 In 2006 in South Africa, 70% of domestic violence cases were alcohol-related and a fifth of
offenders arrested for rape reported that they were under the influence of alcohol at the time of the crime.

Our Vision
Together we build a caring community with


Effective prevention of drug use addresses the vulnerabilities that put children and young people at risk of starting to use
drugs or other risky behaviours.
Families can be one of the strongest protective factors in the lives of children and early adolescence. Poor parenting, family
dysfunction, neglect and abuse are some of the strongest risk factors associated to a range of risky behaviours, including
substance abuse..

Our numbers that speak

We have numbers that push us to give in our best and make sure that we break our own records. We are happy to be growing and helping more day by day.
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