Offers pregnancy testing to woman and young girls.
Offers counselling for unplanned pregnancies and the needed support to make an informed decision.
Hopes to prevent the occurrence of baby deaths and disability due to abandonment or failed abortions as well as the possible risks associated with illegal abortions.
Aims to educate and create awareness about critical issues such as HIV prevention, Sexual Reproductive Health, STI's, and Gender Norms and Violence through interactive presentations and small groups
This forum was established in April 2016.
• identifying and creating awareness regarding the needs of children in the Greater Welkom area;
• establishing a networking platform for various NPO’s and stakeholders; and
• mobilizing NPO’s and stakeholders to address the identified needs and challenges.
Offers a loving solution for families that are being torn apart by the behavior of their loved ones. It is a support and empowerment group for parents and/or loved ones who find themselves in difficult situations because of substance abuse or irresponsible behavior.
Offers support for addicts who were or still are addicted to substances.
Offers support to survivors of rape, sexual abuse or violence, and domestic violence
Support groups meet every Tuesday night at 19:00 (Everyone is welcome)
This house was opened in 2004 and is the heart of the House of Hope Community Life Development Program.
In this house abandoned, neglected, or orphaned babies are housed until they are adopted, placed in permanent foster care, or reunited with family under social worker supervision. The project serves as a place of safety for these children. It works in close relation with the Department of Social Development and the Department of Health. Since June 2004 over 400 babies have passed through this safe-house.
It is open 24/7 and serves the community in all crisis situations.
As a registered child protection organisation we offer temporary care for children in crisis. This service is available 24/7. Children are admitted to our safe-house by the police, social workers, or concerned community members and remain in our care temporarily until reunited with family under the supervision of a social worker, adopted, or placed in alternative care.
These three homes are the foster care facilities of the project.
We currently house seventeen children between the ages of 5 and 18.
These homes exist for the benefit of the community.
The homes are a fully functional foster care centers and all the relevant policies and monitoring and evaluation systems are in place.
House of Love (Foster care home for boys – Since 2005)
House of Peace (Foster care home for girls – Since 2005)
House of Joy (Foster care home for boys – Since 2006)
Offers affordable training on a quarterly basis aimed at empowering and equipping people who work with children like parents, social workers, and teachers. Serves as an income generating project.