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Crisis intervention and Trauma debriefing

Quick response or after hour services in the event of a traumatic incident

HIV/AIDS workplace programmes

Prevention, awareness, counselling and support

Emergency Helpline

This service offers telephonic assistance and information to employees.

ODEY PROGRAMME

Our ODEY Programme (Overcome Dependency Empower Yourself) is a programme designed to help employees and their family members to overcome substance dependency and addictive behaviour (e.g. alcohol, drugs).

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    Counselling and Assessments

    Individual counselling is provided on or off site.

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    Crisis intervention and Trauma debriefing

    Quick response or after hour services in the event

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  • emergency helpline
    Our Emergency helpline is available to Organisations, Educational Institutions, Companies and other Work groups.

    This cost effective emergency helpline provides

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