DSCF6023Our Mission

At UHAI Centre, we acknowledge that fighting alcoholism, and drug addiction reduces HIV&AIDS and other communicable and non-communicable diseases thus promoting life and socio-economic well being. We promote volunteerism in the fight against alcoholism, drugs and substance abuse in our communities by sensitizing and creating awareness aimed at preventing initiation of substance abuse. We are dedicated at ensuring that all people have access to necessary information and essential life skills to prevent indulgence in these anti-social and life threatening habits.

Our Vision

Sober and productive life in the community for all – “Living life, alive…, stay sober!”

Our Values

  • We believe that everyone must be able to exercise their fundamental human rights and live a sober life.
  • We believe that working together towards this initiative  can achieve positive and lasting change.
  • We value diversity and cross- cultural understanding.

  • We value partnership based on honesty and respect.
  • We value innovation and creativity generated by shared endeavor.
  • We value openness to learning.

Our guiding Principles

  • Dedication
  • Efficiency

  • Consistency
  • Honesty

  • Ownership

Our Objectives

  • Increase awareness about the risks of alcoholism and drugs abuse by providing support where necessary.

  • Educate and create awareness on the correlation between Sex, Alcohol, AIDS and Drugs (SAD) – a disaster!

  • Enhancing education through capacity building trainings to ensure effective and supportive management of the menace.

Our Main Goal

UHAI Centre aims at promoting the fight against ADSA by sensitizing our population, through voluntary services and Capacity Building stakeholders as core pillars in enhancing socio-economic empowerment for sustainable livelihoods in our community.

We focus on reaching out to most vulnerable populations with limited access to information and offer referral services, more particularly to youth and school going children using preventive communication and motivational mentorship strategies’.