The Enez Foundation
The Enez Foundation, a non-profit organisation in Cape Town, was founded in 2014. It provides services in substance abuse, including counselling for families and individuals, group workshops, and employee workshops that are designed to assist and heal the client, their family members, colleagues and educators
Our belief is that the education and empowerment of our society as a whole is the best way to positively assist those afflicted and affected by addiction and abuse. We focus on the family system and on educating families about addiction and the role they play in the life of an addicted person.
Building strong recovery community organisations is a powerful way to break the feelings of isolation and shame that many addicted and abused people feel. We aim to build strong relationships within our non-profit organisation in Cape Town as well as in the communities we serve. Our team advocates for the solutions that we know work and have proven results.
We honour ourselves when we speak out for recovery. We show the world that recovery matters because it brings hope and peace into the lives of individuals and their loved onesBeth Wilson
Grassroots organisations such as The Enez Foundation can help to develop recovery leaders and offer the opportunity to express a collective voice and forum for community service. We believe that coming together to build a constituency of consequence can bring positive changes in the community.
The Enez Foundation is unique in that we are one of the few resources available to the women of the Northern Suburbs of Cape Town who might need a safe, sober space for healing. Our team has an in-depth understanding of addiction and abuse, as well as how this affects families.
Some of our methods include referring people to rehabilitation centres for further assistance, partnering with various other organisations to sustain this rehabilitation, and assisting with interventions. We are also able to provide help with finding a place of safety. We are here to guide and support families through the recovery process of addiction affecting a relative.