Addiction and Supporters' Recovery Groups: Setting the Captives Free
- By: Project Exodus SA
- Short URL: https://www.backabuddy.co.za/project-exodus-fundraiser
Help us spread a new culture of recovery to set our communities free from the bondage of addiction.
One of Project Exodus’s key strategies is the establishment of Recovery Groups, for both addicts and their significant others, in multiple cities and suburbs. These recovery groups provide therapeutic support and equip individuals with the knowledge, attitudes and skills required for meaningful, sustainable recovery.
Recovery Groups are established through partnerships. Partners are trained, mentored and provided with all the resources necessary for effective group facilitation.
To date, we have partnered with a number of organisations and churches. We are seeking funding to further expand on our vision of a Recovery Group in every neighbourhood. We believe that no one should be left behind without access to effective interventions and the hope of recovery.
As a church-based NPO, we rely on the goodwill and generosity of others to sustain our work and grow our capacity.
All contributions are gratefully received and stewarded into extending our reach, across South Africa and beyond.
- Jun 25, 2021 - R 472.00
- "backing a buddy" - Modism
- Apr 28, 2021 - USD $ 70.00
- "Thank you for all the work you are doing" - Bernice Nicholson
- Mar 25, 2021 - R 200.00
- "Thank you Project Exodus." - Sharlene
- Mar 24, 2021 - R 1 000.00
- "thank you for being a blessing to me- blessed to give back to something i believe in - may dry bones come alive! " - Natasha Modi
- Mar 16, 2021 - R 50.00
- "Thank you for the lives you save! " - Blessing
- Dec 11, 2020 - R 50.00
- "Such good work! " - Anonymous
Project Exodus SA NPC
Project Exodus is a registered NPO, expanding innovative, community-based strategies to deal with all types of addiction in society.
Today, 86% of the millions of people who need treatment for addiction never receive the help that they need (UNODC, World Drug Report, 2020) This is mostly because of issues related to treatment affordability and accessibility.
Our mission is to completely change this status quo, by making expert recovery programmes freely and easily available for all people, regardless of socio-economic circumstances. To achieve this, Project Exodus harnesses the power and coverage of social organisations and the local Church; empowering a large network of partners to establish impactful recovery programmes in their own communities.
Partners are equipped through education, training, mentorship and resource provision across the crucial areas of prevention; intervention; recovery group facilitation; out-patient programmes and specialised addiction counselling/coaching.
Registration Number: 2020/510738/08 > NPO Number: 255-619 NPO