COVID19: Restoring the dignity of Joburg’s substance abusers | Wits Vuvuzela
The homeless, substance abusers of Johannesburg struggling with addiction throughout the national lockdown, have been receiving treatment to reduce their drug dependency from the South African National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (SANCA).
SANCA Central Rand toiletry and food drive
| Southern Courier
SANCA Central Rand has embarked on a food and toiletry drive to address both Covid-19 safety precautions and substance use disorder. The purpose of the drive is to enhance the quality of life, promote hygiene, reduce the spread of Covid-19, and to restore self-respect and dignity of the communities..
Men encouraged to act against gender-based violence | Alberton Record
Sanca Central Rand Alcohol and Drug Centre acknowledges that GBV is a profound and widespread problem in South Africa, impacting on almost every aspect of life.
SANCA Rosettenville ready to help
| Southern Courier
The Sanca Central Rand is a registered non-profit organisation that fights against the abuse of alcohol and drugs in South Africa. Over the years, Sanca Rosettenville has restored homes and brought back hope when all seemed lost.
SANCA Central Rand Encourages the Youth to take back their power
YOUTH EMPOWERMENT DURING COVID-19 #COVID19 #LockdownSA #YouthMonth2020 #YouthPower As a nation it is important to learn from our past and unite against substance abuse
Golden Harvest Rehabilitation Centre upgrades to welcome more
After its initial opening in 2011, The City of Johannesburg opened the extension of the Golden Harvest Rehabilitation Centre in Northwold in the City’s continuing war on drugs.
Drugs and Gangs are not my Heritage
In celebration of Heritage Month, Sanca Central Rand Alcohol and Drug Centre , teamed up with the community of Westbury along with its various stakeholders to host the first of its kind, human chain against drugs and gang-related violence in Westbury, proving that Drugs and Gangs are not our Heritage. This event was held in honor of those who died at the hands of drugs. This event was also held to encourage the community of Westbury to take hands and work together.