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Jullo has been successfully treating patients for 15 years. Our proven and internationally accepted methods make us the most successful comprehensive treatment Solution available in South Africa. Our counsellors have a combined recovery experience of over 100 years.

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Including our model in your treatment plan gives you access to one of the most experienced and empathetic teams in addiction treatment.



The multi-disciplinary team includes addiction medicine trained professionals, psychiatrist, psychologists, social workers, dance and music therapy, activity specialists, spiritual counsellors and 12 step facilitators. When you are weak, let our strength give you hope and our programme be the blueprint for recovery.  All we need from you is a commitment to the programme. Our model strives to develop well adjusted, serene patients who will be committed to their and their families recovery.

 
 

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Family Fun Day

Jullo Foundation invites all Jullo graduates and their families to a Family Fun Day.  Join us for a day filled with fun, games, and good laughs.

Date: 17 October 2015

Time: 9.30 - 13.00

Venue: Jullo Centre,  23 Punjab Circle,  Merebank 

RSVP: 0314627026 or social@jullo.co.za

 

See you there! 

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Family Fun Day

Jullo Foundation invites all Jullo graduates and their families to a Family Fun Day.  Join us for a day filled with fun, games, and good laughs.

Date: 17 October 2015

Time: 9.30 - 13.00

Venue: Jullo Centre,  23 Punjab Circle,  Merebank 

RSVP: 0314627026 or social@jullo.co.za

 

See you there! 

DUT Wellness Day

Employee Wellness Day at DUT held this month.

Empower Employees = Healthy individuals, which will have a positive impact on the family and workplace.

 

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DUT Wellness Day

Employee Wellness Day at DUT held this month.

Empower Employees = Healthy individuals, which will have a positive impact on the family and workplace.

 

Radio Talk Show

Educating the youth and families within  Ethekwini Municipality through a Radio Talk Show at Highway Radio.

 

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Radio Talk Show

Educating the youth and families within  Ethekwini Municipality through a Radio Talk Show at Highway Radio.

 

KZNDHC Annual Conference

A successful weekend at the KZNDHC Annual Conference.  Jullo participated in the Expo.  Dr Lochan Naidoo presented a talk :  "At least do no harm - Addiction, a disease of denial" . 

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KZNDHC Annual Conference

A successful weekend at the KZNDHC Annual Conference.  Jullo participated in the Expo.  Dr Lochan Naidoo presented a talk :  "At least do no harm - Addiction, a disease of denial" . 

Growing Healthy Families

At JULLO, uplifting the individual patient and family are priority. 

Family Development and Prevention = empowered communities = happy, healthy children. 

 

  • Our exclusive Online Self-Help Programme is available for the entire family. 
  • Continuum support sessions take place every Saturday between 9.30-10.30 at Jullo Centrefor Jullo graduates and families.
  • Family education sessions take place once every 3 weeks between 9.30-11.30 at Jullo Centre. 

For further information regarding above, contact Jullo Centre on 0314627026.   . . .

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Growing Healthy Families

At JULLO, uplifting the individual patient and family are priority. 

Family Development and Prevention = empowered communities = happy, healthy children. 

 

  • Our exclusive Online Self-Help Programme is available for the entire family. 
  • Continuum support sessions take place every Saturday between 9.30-10.30 at Jullo Centrefor Jullo graduates and families.
  • Family education sessions take place once every 3 weeks between 9.30-11.30 at Jullo Centre. 

For further information regarding above, contact Jullo Centre on 0314627026. 

Needs Assessment in SDB

Jullo Foundation is committed towards community upliftment and youth empowerment.  In order to make intervention relevant to the community of South Durban Basin, Jullo Foundation undertook a Needs Assessment with primary and secondary schools within SDB. 

An interactive feedback session took place thereafter with educators, Department of Education, NGO's & local government at Jullo Centre, to share the data collated. 

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Needs Assessment in SDB

Jullo Foundation is committed towards community upliftment and youth empowerment.  In order to make intervention relevant to the community of South Durban Basin, Jullo Foundation undertook a Needs Assessment with primary and secondary schools within SDB. 

An interactive feedback session took place thereafter with educators, Department of Education, NGO's & local government at Jullo Centre, to share the data collated. 

See attached for highlights. 

Funeral Details for the Late Mr Logan Naidoo

It is with Deep Sadness that i post the news of the passing away of Mr Logan Naidoo.

The funeral of the late Mr Logan Naidoo will take place on Saturday 4th October 2014. The body will lie in State at the Wyebank Funeral Service Parlour Hall, Herman Drive, Moorton, Chatsworth, from 12h30-15h15, therafter proceeding to Mobeni Heights Cemetery for burial at 16h00.

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Funeral Details for the Late Mr Logan Naidoo

It is with Deep Sadness that i post the news of the passing away of Mr Logan Naidoo.

The funeral of the late Mr Logan Naidoo will take place on Saturday 4th October 2014. The body will lie in State at the Wyebank Funeral Service Parlour Hall, Herman Drive, Moorton, Chatsworth, from 12h30-15h15, therafter proceeding to Mobeni Heights Cemetery for burial at 16h00.

UKZN Students Give Austerville Youth A Wake-Up Call on Substance Abuse

With the aim of curbing substance abuse among the youth, which often leads to teenage pregnancy and school dropouts, second-year students from UKZN's School of Nursing helf an intervention targeted at the youth in Austerville, south of Durban. The invention was held at the local Fairvale High School Hall. . . .

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UKZN Students Give Austerville Youth A Wake-Up Call on Substance Abuse

With the aim of curbing substance abuse among the youth, which often leads to teenage pregnancy and school dropouts, second-year students from UKZN's School of Nursing helf an intervention targeted at the youth in Austerville, south of Durban. The invention was held at the local Fairvale High School Hall.

The group of 14 students engaged with the young people to alert them to the possible consequences of substance abuse and teenage pregnancy. The youth were made aware that substance abuse and its consequences destroy not only their careers, but hurt their families as well. During their research, the students found that other factors leading to the youth getting involved in substance abuse are peer pressure and poverty. The intervention is part of the UKZN Nursing curriculum and a group project that the students need to complete.

Guest speaker and founder of a rehabilitation programme called Jullo which deals with addiction, depression and stress, Dr Lochan Naidoo, encouraged the youth to be involved in sport so that they stay away from drugs.  Dr Naidoo is the first South African to be appointed to the International Narcotics Board and an internationally recognised addiction medicine professional. He added that drugs and substance abuse cause unnecessary delays in young peoples’ lives, disrupt their education, and cause anxiety, stress and social withdrawal.

Dr Naidoo said that in order for the brain to function perfectly, one needs to exercise, have proper nutrition which includes a good breakfast, learn something new everyday, have a good sleep of at least eight hours and to meditate. He shared with the audience an exercise that they can use to meditate. Among the guests were lecturers from the University and external moderators.

According to the group leader Mr Sanveer Ramnund, the group decided on this topic after a survey was conducted among 40 young people at a particular high school. It was discovered that a lot of the youth within this school and amongst the community were affected by substance abuse. The UKZN students encouraged the youth to remember that they can have fun without alcohol. A number of programmes were lined up for students on the day. These included games, talks on substance abuse, and a talk on teenage pregnancy. A play was performed by the UKZN students which showcased the possible activities that the youth can find themselves involved in when they abuse alcohol. These included unprotected sex, unwanted pregnancies, and rape, with the long term consequences including unemployment and overcrowding in the home

NCD Open Day

JULLO CENTRE in conjunction with JULLO FOUNDATION, will be hosting a Non-Communicable Disease Open Day on 18 September 2014.  Join us for a fun-filled day of awareness and presentations on diabetes, hypertension, cancer, sexuality and addiction.

 

Feel free to contact us to RSVP your attendance or contact us to volunteer your skills and knowledge on the day. 

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NCD Open Day

JULLO CENTRE in conjunction with JULLO FOUNDATION, will be hosting a Non-Communicable Disease Open Day on 18 September 2014.  Join us for a fun-filled day of awareness and presentations on diabetes, hypertension, cancer, sexuality and addiction.

 

Feel free to contact us to RSVP your attendance or contact us to volunteer your skills and knowledge on the day. 

Smart Teens Empowerment Week at Jullo Centre

This has been a week of learning, reflection, building of self esteem and empowerment of the youth, known as Smart Teens, who will be peer leaders and ambassadors to the Dakota Beach community.   

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Smart Teens Empowerment Week at Jullo Centre

This has been a week of learning, reflection, building of self esteem and empowerment of the youth, known as Smart Teens, who will be peer leaders and ambassadors to the Dakota Beach community.   


 
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