HOSPICE IPU

We specialise in palliative care. We provide a place for patients with life limiting conditions to live and pass on with dignity and peace

HOME BASED CARE

We provide palliative care expertise and equipment to enable patients to remain in their own homes

DRUG REHABILITATION CENTRE

We provide counselling to drug addicts and should the need arise refer them to an in-patient drug rehabilitation centre. We also provide support groups for the parents

FEEDING SCHEME

We provide a well needed plate of food to children after school as well as the community at large from Monday to Thursday

COUNSELLING

We provide counselling on the following issues: marriage counselling, drug counselling, Christian counselling, trauma counselling, rape counselling pre and post marital counselling and much more

ELDERLY

We provide a support group to the elderly as well as home-based care. We do regular awareness programs and have events once a month where we treat and pamper the elderly

That is where the Home base care work of LOH started. The organisation has grown in numbers and our volunteers are offering their time and energy to make a positive difference in our community.

                                                                                                                                                                                       Gender Base Violence

Gender Base Violence (GBV) is a profound and widespread problem in South Africa, impacting on almost every aspect of life e.g.: Emotionally, financially, mentally, physically and spiritually. GBV not only affects females but males as well, hence it’s called GBV regardless of age, status or titles.
Due to a lack of GBV cases being reported or help being seeked for whatever reason whether it be fear, shame, stigma, depression, feeling powerless, our community is being filled with people who are no longer living but existing and people are putting band-aids on wounds that needs surgery.  Our children are not doing well at school and we blaming teachers but in actual fact in some cases it’s a psychological problem.

Denial and a lack of knowledge of GBV leads to emotional, social and psychological consequences, such as low self- esteem, post, post traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, suicidal thoughts even death. You are not alone, support and help are out there, all you need is to reach out. Let’s win back our community or children’s future.
Ladies of Hope offers professional counselling, drug rehabilitation, support groups, workshops for scholars to improve them. Our services are for everyone. We are in good standing with other organisations to help fight this battle and win. Remember together we are stronger.