The Hope Revolution is a non-residential rehabilitation program founded to uplift people and restore dignity in the lives of those served. We are focused on educating and empowering people to overcome substance abuse, gangs and human trafficking by embracing a "hand up" mentality, which empowers people to stand on their own while freeing them from the "handout" mentality, which enslaves.Our purpose is to inform, inspire and ignite communities to step into purpose and position in order to implement a workable solution to effectively contribute towards the eradication of drug use, abuse and addiction as well as their associated problems.
Our objectives are to:
In 1995 our founder, Dr. Jacobus Nomdoe, realized the youth were being heavily impacted by the negativity in society. This led him to complete extensive research on drug abuse, gangs and human trafficking. Dr. Nomdoe is in high demand and travels the world to speak on substance abuse, gangs, human trafficking and other issues facing communities today. He also provides insight on how to provide people with an opportunity for change.
Dr. and Mrs. Nomdoe have led Teen Challenge Africa (where youth and young adults with life controlling problems are rehabilitated) for 20+ years. The Hope Revolution was established in Cape Town, South Africa has spread throughout the continent and recently established a presence in the United States where there is dire need for a new and proven approach to combat the drug, gang and human trafficking pandemic.
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