Hope for freedom
We want to make a positive change in the lives of our youth. They are our future
CARE Incorporated inc Liberia is a nonprofit organization that is recognized as a leading drug addiction treatment, offering rehabilitation for those suffering from the disease of alcoholism and drug addiction in Liberia.
Our objective is to help the underprivileged humanity of Liberian youths (Zogo), that are addicted to alcohol, drugs, and other harmful substances. We will provide psychosocial counseling and integrate them from the streets back to their families or community through vocational skills training and other rehabilitation programs.
As a Young Liberian that experienced first hand the brutal 14 years of civil crises in Liberia, I have always dreamed of helping my country get back on the road of recovery.
As I visited Liberia back in 2016, I felt a great sense of honor to help my fellow kinsman who are heavily addicted and dying from harmful drugs like opioids, cocaine, crack, and other harmful substances many of whom are former child soldiers, ex-combatants and the youthful population of Liberia. My heart broke as I listened to many of those young drugs users tell their stories. Many of them also assured me that they would like to change their circumstances but had not been given the rehabilitation support that will help them change for good. Against this background, my wife and I decided to start a nonprofit organization (Community Action for Reintegration And Empowerment (CARE) Incorporated) to rescue those that are addicted to drugs and other harmful substances in giving them hope to be free and live a better life again.
Articles of Incorporation
The purposes for which the organization is established are as follows:
- To directly target homeless and street persons in communities within Liberia and provide/supply them with food and clothing items in a bit to cater to their nutritional needs and restore or improve their dignity.
- To identify, engage, counsel, and enroll youth and young adults who are homeless and or residing on the streets of various communities across the country into life skills development through vocational programs.
- To develop the capacity and skills of Community Leaders to enable them adequately spearhead community activities and development programs;
- To provide educational assistance in the forms of books, chairs, and other essential materials to needy schools and teachers deserving students;
- To provide anti-terrorism education, and seek to rehabilitate young people and street/homeless persons from abuse of alcohol, drugs and other major addictions.
- To build relationships between families and their estranged relatives who are deserted, abandoned and have lived outside of their homes and away from families in order to strengthen, and renew bonds and reintegrate street and homeless personas into their communities and
- To promote health, development and community harmony and understanding through sports and recreational activities;
- To build and maintain community resource centers to promote educational, artistic and overall intellectual development of both old and young members of communities;
- To undertake necessary programs for improving the living standards of residents of communities;
- To design and undertake necessary fund-raising programs to generate the funds and resources needed to support the foregoing purposes of the organization; and
- To do any and all things that a Not-For-Profit Organization may lawfully do pursuant to Not-For-Profit Corporation Act or successor legislation.
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We promise to provide you with the best rehabilitation possible, and with utmost respect and dignity. It is the passion of our qualified staff that distinguishes our programs from the rest of the world.
Chief Operating Officer
Mark M.M. Marvey
Legal Affaires Chairman
Arthur R. Fomgbeh
Public Relation Chairman
Health and Wellness Chairman
S. Alfred Tamba
Human Resources Advisor
James D. Kpanakau
Director of Project Mobilization