The Open Door Crisis Care Centre (The Open Door) is a non-profit, interdenominational outreach organisation established in 1997 by Thora Mansfield at the request of the local South African Police Services. Our aim is to sustain a holistic, multifaceted one-stop crisis and trauma centre offering counseling, social services, and support groups.
Lifeline is a volunteer-based organisation with limited income generating activities. In these financially stressed times Lifeline Durban needs all the help it can get to pay for the day to day expenses of running an office as well as the capital items that are vital to help our needful public. We urge everyone who feels they don’t need Lifeline’s attention to help us help those who do.
The heart and purpose of the organisation is to bring hope through God’s destiny for vulnerable and orphaned babies, children and youth threatened by the effects of HIV/AIDS, by building resilient and permanent families through reunification, adoption and life skills education.
FAMSA is a non-profit organization providing vital services to persons in the family also provide them with psychosocial and emotional support. FAMSA has been in existence since 1954. Our Centres have passionate team of caring, Counselling, Educational, Remedial and Child Social Workers and Counsellor’s to help you and /or your family. We offer a combination of Individual (Adult and Child), Couple, and Family counselling and assessment at affordable rates.
The story of Save the Children is one of hope and deeply passionate and committed people, determined to make the world a better place for all our children. In Save the Children we believe that all children and adolescents deserve to have a decent present and future. In South Africa and around the world, we work every day to give children a good start in life, as well as the opportunity to learn and be protected from violence or any other damage.
We started caring for abandoned babies in 1998 and relocated to our present premises after operating for 2.5 years and finding the organization had outgrown the buildings. As a 24-hour facility for babies from birth to twelve months old, the name of Shepherd’s Keep has become synonymous with excellence through hard work and dedication, and is favoured by most officials when seeking shelter for abandoned babies.
We’re a community for children who have been abandoned, orphaned or abused. Our work currently impacts 70 young lives – children who have come to us because of HIV/AIDS, sexual abuse or abandonment.
Ethembeni Crisis Care Centre registered non-profit organization, based at eMangangeni in KwaNdengezi Township, Ward 12 the sub-structure of EThekwini Municipality, Durban Metro, KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa. In the year 2003, the community of KwaNdengezi realized the need of rehabilitation Centre owing to the high rate of domestic violence on women, vulnerable children and other related abuse targeted on women and children, the lack of information and knowledge of relevant institutions to assist with social problems.
Chatsworth Anti Drug Forum
The CC&TC maintains a proactive presence in cases of crisis and trauma in urban and rural areas. It must be emphasized that our operations successes are the result of a large team effort. Many businesses, community members and churches have played huge supportive roles. The City Hill church in Hillcrest has been a supporter of the CC&TC since it`s early inception.
Muthande Society for the Aged, is focused on issues affecting the elderly in the community; their social, physical, economic and emotional needs.
Muthande is a community-based organization. Both the founders and the employees of the organization come from the communities we work in. The older persons we work in are able to familiarise with us and our services. We offer both Home Based Health Care and Social Services to older persons. Our mission is to improve the quality of life of senior citizens in their homes, within the community to ensure that they live as independent members of the society.
Amanzimtoti Trauma Unit
Wentworth Victim Friendly Resources Centre
Alzheimer’s SA NPC is dedicated to providing support for families and individuals and strives to advocate on their behalf, to improve the quality of life of people with Alzheimer’s/dementia and their carers. Alzheimer’s SA was founded in 1985 as a non-profit organisation managed by a national executive council. The organisation was registered as a non-profit company in October 2016 managed by a board of directors.
KZN Christian Care Centre
Our vision is that communities provide safe and nurturing environments for orphans and other vulnerable children (particularly those affected and infected by HIV/Aids) within their communities of origin. Our Mission is to build the capacity of communities in the Midlands of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa to respond to the basic material, physical, cognitive and emotional needs of their orphans and vulnerable children (OVC).
Abrina Esther House is a response to the need in Pietermaritzburg and surrounding communities for Godly, temporary, safe and caring shelter for women in distress and their children. For those who qualify, there is a further indeterminate period of nurturing for women and their children, including sustainable skills training.
Childline KZN is a non-profit organisation whose main purpose is the development of a society FREE of child abuse in which every person takes responsibility for promoting the protection and RIGHTS.
LifeLine Pietermaritzburg trading as LifeLine & Rape Crisis is a registered civil society organisation which offers generic counselling free of charge to anyone who needs such service. The organisation was established in 1972, it thus has a proud record of serving the Pietermaritzburg and Midlands clusters continuously for years. During this time it has assisted many thousands of people, to deal with a variety of traumatic events. LifeLine Pietermaritzburg is affiliated to LifeLine South Africa, but each centre functions independently and is not financially dependent to the National office.
The Child and Family Welfare Society of Pietermaritzburg was started in 1921 by a group of white volunteers to provide support to families in distress. The need arose for similar services to be rendered to other race groups and Child Welfare Societies Emerged.
In 1990, the complex and sensitive process of amalgamation was started and by April 1994 the agency emerged as a unified, coherent, non racial agency with one staff, one headquarters and one board of management.
The Children in Distress Network (CINDI), founded in July 1996, is a multi-sectoral network of over 200 civil society organisations capable of implementing diverse, effective and sustainable programmes for children and youth infected or affected by HIV & AIDS in the province of KZN. Membership is comprised of 80% community-based organisations (CBOs) and 20% non-governmental organisations (NGOs).
Richmond Rider & Runners
NPO Started in 1992. We are based in KZN South Coast and so far we have 3 shelters for the needy children. We offer Drop-in Centre, Shelter.
South Coast Hospice provides palliative care and support to patients with cancer, HIV/AIDS, motor neuron disease, TB and MDR TB. We provide a choice of specialist care and support to enable patients to attain the highest possible quality of life, using an interdisciplinary approach.
The Genesis Trust is an outreach ministry of the Norwegian Settlers Church located in Port Shepstone, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Our vision is to take the church outside its walls by serving our communities holistically, meeting physical, social, and spiritual needs associated with HIV/AIDS, poverty and other social issues. Bringing meaningful change to the spiritual, social and economic climate in our communities
Improving the quality of life of patients and their families facing the problems associated with life-threatening illness.
LifeLine Zululand is a leading service provider, promoting emotional wellness for the healing and transformation of individuals and communities in Northern KwaZulu Natal. LifeLine Zululand is based in Richards Bay and seeks to appoint suitable candidates as Social Work Supervisor in the King Cetshwayo, uMkhanyakude and Zululand Districts.
SANCA is a non-government organisation, established in 1956. Our major objectives are the prevention and treatment of alcohol and drug dependence. These objectives are achieved through the provision of highly effective primary and secondary prevention services, as well as comprehensive treatment programmes for chemically dependent people and their families.
Home of Comfort
Matatiele Child and Family Welfare
Child & Family Welfare – Matatiele, is a HIV/AIDS healthcare organisation, in Matatiele, Eastern Cape, South Africa