Harvest of Hope Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Centre

Organization Description: 

The program is Christ-centered, family based and community-oriented to restore physical and social wellbeing capable of promoting a productive, drug free life.

Currently Harvest of Hope comprises of Harvest of Hope Children's HIV Centre (Cambodia), caring for children afflicted with AIDS and Harvest of Hope Rehabilitation Centre (West Australia), which cares for men in the grip of addiction, eventually freeing them for a productive, drug free life.

Harvest of Hope is dedicated to the service of the poor, orphaned and marginalised. As a Christian organisation we hold to the teachings of Jesus Christ as God's only Son sent to free those entrapped by sin. In this we see His work extended in reaching out to those addicted to harmful substances and in helping the poor globally.

What we do:

1. Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation focussed on indigenous males only.
2. Total rehabilitation and recovery through healthy farm work, Christian counselling and training in organic farming, information technology, and spiritual development targeted at the helping the poor and most needy of society here and around the world.

For more information, our website is at: http://www.harvestofhope.com.au
Email: info@harvestofhope.com.au

1/1 College Court
Perth, WA 6018
Mission Statement: 

Harvest of Hope is a Drug and Alcohol  Rehabilitation Centre situated in Perth Western Australia. The overall mission of the centre is to prevent, reduce and address the harm caused by drug related substance abuse.

Organizational Statement of Faith: 

Organisation Statement of Fatih

We believe the Bible is God's inspired Word, inerrant and fully sufficient for all things that pertain to life (2 Timothy 3:16-17; 2 Peter 1:21; Proverbs 30:5-6, 2 Peter 1:3)

We believe Jesus Christ to be the Way, the Truth and the Life and that there is no under name given under heaven whereby we must be saved (John 14:6; Acts 4:12; 1 Timothy 2:5)

We are evangelical and non denominational.

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