Hope House has been offering hope and care to hurting people since 2004. They offer counselling, addictions support and training to the people of Cape Town, South Africa. Hope House is a Christian organisation that is passionate about welcoming people of all races, religions and cultures to seek care and counselling with them. Hope House Centres are in Bergvliet, Tableview and Kuilsrivier, Cape Town.
It offers one-on-one counselling in a confidential and respectful environment to people of all backgrounds, cultures and languages. They are a Not for Profit organisation and ask for a donation in return for counselling sessions. Their schools programmes reach out to youth at crucial stages in their choices around drugs. Their Community Based Treatment Program impacts Cape Town schools.
Hope House is offering schools training and guidance on becoming a trauma-informed school. This workshop shows the impact of trauma on the learners’ brain. They are passionate about the training and development of Cape Town’s counsellors – so they run frequent workshops to enrich a counsellor’s skills and experience.
Judy Strickland from Hope House was nominated for the exceptional work they do in helping the youth within the community. Ryan O’Connor jumped on a call with Judy to share some support and donate money towards toiletries and food. 1600 sanitary towels were also donated from IAMFORHER.
Keep up the incredible work Judy, we salute you for your selfless acts to help nurture our YOUTH, have a listen to the interview here…