Inner Peace Addiction Treatment Centre
- 2 Daneel Street, Fraserburg, Northern Cape
Fraserburg is approximately 450km north of Cape Town along the N1, and just falls within the Northen Cape. The only tarred road into Fraserburg snakes over the Nuweveldberge via the Teekloof Pass from Leeu Gamka (which lies on the N1, about midway between Beaufort West and Lainsburg). All other roads into the town are gravel, connecting Fraserburg with the distant towns of Sutherland, Loxton, Carnarvon and Williston.
Accessibility to the Inner Peace Addiction Treatment Centre is also obtainable from Cape Town, Johannesburg, Durban, Port Elizabeth and other major city centres via the following bus services: Greyhound, Intercape and Translux. These bus services pass through the town of Prince Albert, where collection can be arranged with staff members from Inner Peace. However, it is preferred that families or those needing assistance, drive through to the Inner Peace Addiction Treatment Center, so as so support the transition process to addiction treatment, and support family healing. Staff can assist families in arranging any accommodation if needed (often at reduced rates).
Our staff is on hand to arrange and facilitate the clients arrangements to the Inner Peace Addiction Treatment Center and are always on hand to give advice and assist wherever they can.
Inner Peace New Hope
- 22 on Barrington, Observatory, Cape Town, Western Cape
Observatory is a suburb in Cape Town, South Africa that is bordered by Mowbray to the south, and Salt River to the northwest. This suburb of Cape Town is affectionately as Obz. The area is best known as a student neighbourhood, most of the students attending the University of Cape Town located close by. It is also the home of the South African Astronomical Observatory headquarters as well as Groote Schuur Hospital.
It continues to be a somewhat alternative part of town, with a variety of programmes being run at the Observatory Community Centre. It is served by Observatory railway station on the Southern Line, with regular trains every 40 minutes or so, and every hour on Sunday.
The suburb’s proximity to the University of Cape Town (UCT) and its Medical School in particular, has always made it popular with students and lecturers. Observatory has long had a vibrant entertainment scene, as a result of its high proportion of students. There are numerous restaurants and bars, with a high turnover, but some long term stayers. Most restaurants and retail shops are located along Lower Main road. There is also a shopping complex in St. Peter’s square, which is located opposite Groote Schuur graveyard.
The facility (22 on Barrington) is bordered by the soccer and hockey stadium below the station,, and is called the Hartleyvale Stadium. This stadium includes other sporting facilities: an outdoor swimming pool that is popular on summer afternoons, and a driving range and nine-hole golf course is housed at the River Club.