Vision & Mission

  • To be the most influential non political self funded addiction activist organisation.
  • To be the most well informed organization regarding facts and statistics on addiction in South Africa.
  • To be a voice for those who are unable to speak up.
  • To be a friend to those in need of help by providing education, information, counselling, intervention and rehabilitation for South African citizens who are unable to afford it, regardless of race, religion, social status or creed.
  • To challenge but also to assist the education system in providing effective education, information, counselling, intervention and rehabilitation for South African pupils who are under their care.
  • To challenge but also to assist alcohol manufacturers in becoming accountable for the rehabilitation of South African citizens who have become addicted to their products.
  • To challenge but also to assist pharmaceutical manufacturers, distributors and resellers in becoming accountable for the rehabilitation of South African citizens who have become addicted to their products.
  • To challenge but also to assist cigarette manufacturers, distributors and resellers in becoming accountable for the rehabilitation of South African citizens who have become addicted to their products.
  • To challenge but also to the casino and horse racing industries in becoming accountable for the rehabilitation of South African citizens who have become addicted.
  • To challenge but also to assist the rehabilitation industry in providing treatment according to acceptable worldwide standards.
  • To provide free treatment centres for the poorest of the poor communities which include acceptable detoxification and withdrawal methods, secondary care and relapse prevention programs, skills training, reintroduction and employment programs.
  • To endlessly create or raise funds for assisting all the mentioned parties within this statement in achieving these goals.
  • To challenge the criminal justice system in providing longer prison sentences, which result in the severe punishment of drug dealers or traffickers to the fullest extent of the law.
  • To provide unbiased and objective assistance to all, showing no favoritism to any parties whatsoever.