Singapore Anti-Narcotics Association
Singapore Anti-Narcotics Association (SANA) is a Voluntary Welfare Organisation (VWO) formed in 1972 to prevent drug-abuse. We provide preventive drug education in schools and the community and offer counselling and support to recovering addicts and their families.
Mission – To mobilise our community against drug abuse and strive towards a drug-free Singapore
Vision – To deliver, with our volunteers and community partners, sustainable preventive, rehabilitation and aftercare programmes, towards a drug-free Singapore.
Core Programme – Aftercare (Case Management, STEADY), Preventive Drug Education (Badge Scheme, talk2SANA) and Step-Up Centre (Counselling, Tattoo Removal Program, Support Groups, Financial, Housing, Employment and Legal Assistance)
Intended use of funds through the YFC 2018 programme
Raise funds for the following causes:
1. ,000 to support 2 recovering drug addicts to undergo Tattoo Removal Programme so as to help them start afresh.
2. ,000 to conduct 10 Badge workshops to educate lower secondary students under the Preventive Drug Education.
3. ,000 to fund Emergency and Starter Kits to help recovering drug addicts for their immediate and short-term needs while adjusting into the society.
Engaging and involving the YFC participants
The 2-hour briefing can be conducted to help volunteers to understand the work of SANA, the harmful effects of drug abuse and how their support can help those in need and promote an anti-drug society.