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A.T.C. are professional healthcare consultants who provide guidance and support to help individuals access the most effective treatment for alcohol issues; drug addiction; eating disorders; gambling; sex addiction and other compulsive or emotional issues. We assess and place patients into the most suitable, cost effective treatment facilities We facilitate crisis interventions which hope to result in immediate treatment admission for those with resistance We provide a chaperoning service ensuring patients travel safely to their treatment destination We support and communicate with family and loved ones while the patient is in the rehab facility Give guidance to organisations who have employees in need of treatment Freephone: U.K 0808 120 1975 | South Africa: 00 27 (0) 7960 44 ...
A lynx in Africa (or caracal) is a natural killers and quite aggressive. As a volunteer at Moholoholo Rehab Centre, Lucius the lynx was under our inexperienced care. Going into her enclosure was always a challenge, not helped by her feisty demeanor at the entry gate!
Alcoholism and addiction help! ON MEDICAL AID If you have a family member or loved one with problem with alcoholism or addiction contact Galino House 082 392 1800 or 082 490 0416 email email@example.com www.galinohouse.co.za
EFT video explaining some of the background of drug and addiction challenges, from drug rehab expert and EFT Practitioner of the Energy Healers Association. Please see the video for insights on addictions and for information on our work. If you like what you hear, please visit our donations page at http://www.givengain.com/cause/3731/ If in South Africa, you can donate directly to our registered charity Bank Account FNB Bayside: 62339126345 Branch Code:203809 IBAN Number/Swift code: FIRNZAJJ Energy Healers Association, NPC Registration Number -- 2011/138175/08, NPO Registration Number -- 102-842-NPO, http://www.Energy-Healers-Association.org Edited with YouTube Editor
Luqmaan is a recovering addict and alcoholic with substantial sobriety under his belt after attending one of WeDorecover's Cape Town treatment centres.
Love monkeys? Meet Silke who knows just how to give them a second chance. You help is always welcome. Nikela sponsors an orphaned monkey and assists in troop release expenses. Learn more... http://www.nikela.org/projects/silke-rescue-babies-vervet-monkeys-baboons/ Join us traveling to save African wildlife… come enjoy the African bush in our old Land Rover, see amazing wild animals and birds, meet dedicated conservationists and experience a few crazy adventures along the way. Nikela is about Helping People Saving Wildlife - http://www.nikela.org #NikelaAfrica Sign up to Ride Along http://www.nikela.org/ride-along-with-us-margrit-russ/ Subscribe to our channel so you won't miss an adventure Filmed with a Sony Cybershot
Our experienced drug addiction treatment team consists of highly qualified clinical and professionals consultants that provide and individualised detox and primary rehab treatment programmes that is highly client specific. Our treatment team is considerable and highly collective in terms of cutting edge skills.
In 2012 a civil war broke out in the Central African Republic. The bloody conflict between the Muslim ‘Seleka’ and Christian ‘Anti-balaka’ militias lead to heavy casualties among civilians. The indiscriminate killing of both Christian and Muslim populations resulted in thousands of orphans and lost children being recruited by the armed groups. The children were turned into reluctant soldiers, taught to kill and regularly drugged. Not only did they witness horrific war crimes, many were forced to kill. In May 2015, the warring parties agreed to a ceasefire and the demobilisation of child soldiers began. UNICEF and the Red Cross have undertaken the delicate and extremely challenging job of taking children from the war lords and reuniting them with their families. However, traumatised by war...
This water pump was broken for over 7 years. Poor kids travel up-to 6km every day to fetch dirty water. We had to pump for over 20-minutes before clean water came out.
This video shows just some of the things I was able to experience and take part in during my incredible time in South Africa