Important Numbers

Ashton Police
023 615 1782
 
Bonnievale Police
023 616 8060
 
Montagu Police
023 614 1230
 
McGregor Police
023 625 1600
 
Robertson Police
023 626 8340

 

Emergency Drug Helpline

0800 43 57 48
(0800 HELP 4 U)
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Our Partners | Langeberg Substance Abuse Action Group

Our Passion for our Community

LSAAG’s key strategic alliances are with the Graham and Rhona Beck Development Trust, Social Transformation Action Defined (STAND), the Department of Social Development, S.A.P.S, Department of Health, Department of Education and the Cape Winelands Municipality, which play a key role in:

  1. Developing the LSAAG network and promoting co-ordination of services within the pillars of Awareness, Treatment and Aftercare
  2. Building partnerships between role-players in the Langeberg District
  3. Development of identified community support role players and support structures

Awareness, Treatment, Aftercare

Graham & Rhona Beck Development Trust
STAND (Social Transformation ActioN Defined)
Cape Winelands District Municipality
Department of Social Services (Provincial)
Department of Social Development (Regional)
RAD Foundation
Valleys & Mountains Foundation
Cape Town Drug Counselling Centre
Die Lighuis McGregor (Pieter Schwartz)
Mother Tongue Project
Department of Justice - Montagu
Western Cape Education Department
South African Police Service (Robertson, Montagu, Zolani, Ashton, Bonnievale, McGregor)
CAD (Johan Smit)
Healing Farm Koo Valley
AA Robertson
Kathryn Porter (Life Coach)
AA Montagu
ACVV Montagu
Centre of Hope Montagu
Change Agents
Breede Centre McGregor
Robin & Robert Yule McGregor
Montagu Tourism Office
Kindersorg S.A.
Breederiver Hospice
C.A.M.P (Solly Marlow)
Private Social Work Addictions Specialist (Devon de koker)
BOWL Recovery Centre (Joe van der Berg)

 

Announcing a Pilot Community Based Outpatient Treatment Programme for the Langeberg Region.

Substance abuse is crippling our communities and is a primary health issue, a crime issue, a social development issue and a criminal justice issue. Over the past year, the Langeberg Region has seen a sharp average increase of 31.86%, in drug-related crimes (Crimestatssa) with Tik and alcohol abuse being an unrelenting affliction.
In response, the Langeberg Substance Abuse Action Group (LSAAG) established in May 2012 is launching the first registered Community Based Outpatient Treatment Programme (CBT) in the Langeberg Region in February 2019, with the Town of McGregor selected as the first Pilot Town.

“Community Based Treatment is a specific integrated model of treatment for people affected by drug use and dependence within the community which provides a continuum of care from outreach and low threshold services, through detoxification and stabilisation to aftercare and integration. It involves the coordination of a number of health, social and other non-specialist services needed to meet the patient’s needs. Strong support is also given to the patient’s family and the community to address the drug and alcohol problems in their complexity and to ensure efficient and long-term results.

The LSAAG Community Based Treatment Programme and other associated projects are developed, managed and administered from a registered Non Profit Company - Social Transformation Action Defined (STAND). The LSAAG project does not align itself with any one particular organisation or individual but rather encourages the involvement and input of all relevant role-players within each Town.

This initiative has been endorsed by Executive Mayor Dr.Helena von Schlicht of the Cape Winelands District Municipality, the Executive Mayor Henry Jansen of Langeberg Municipality and the Ministry of Social Development MEC Albert Fritz. “If ever there was a time for service providers to work together to demonstrate and prove the value that collaboration provides, now is that time. This approach to substance abuse treatment is pioneering and provides a powerful opportunity to engage communities, service providers, farm owners, business owners, Government and the general public in collectively dealing with this challenge,” says Executive Mayor Dr.Helena von Schlicht Cape Winelands District Municipality.

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