Rehabilitation and restoration on drug abuse

House of Faith Rehabilitation executive pictured with ‘the Mighty man of God’ and attendees of the drug awareness campaign.

MAHIKENG MAIL-MAHIKENG: House of faith Rehabilitation led by its CEO Meliza Louw and her executive conducted a drug awareness campaign in Danville last week Saturday at the New life church as  a way of curbing drug abuse among  the youth and community members.
The organization was joined by ‘the Mighty man of God’ in support the initiative meant to rehabilitated drug users.
The attendees were informed on the new programme in Danville that will assist drugs addicts to recover through using rehabilitation, health and wellness to stop their addiction.
The programme is aimed at restoring and recreating those who are addicted to drugs which will ultimately address the social ills of crime, gender based violence and lawlessness.
House of faith Rehabilitation led by its CEO Meliza Louw said “This awareness campaign is an initiative meant to change the lives of our people in Danville and Mafikeng as whole. Danville has been neglected for years by government which is time for us the community to take it upon ourselves to change our environment for betterment of our children’s future. We also honour the life of the late Pastor Dirk Jacobus Louw, my Father who was the founding member of this organization with purpose to change the lives of our people”.
We also thank all the sponsors who donated and supported our initiative. We appreciate all efforts from our attendees and the commitment of addressing drug abuse in our communities,” concluded Meliza Louw.
For further information on anyone that has a family member that needs restoration feel free the organization on 0710620748.