Ward Civil plant manager Nick Stama recently delivered a 4WD Navara Ute to The Glen Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Centre as part of Ward’s support for the excellent work done by Alex Lee and his team.
The Glen is a Central Coast based service that provides Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation opportunities for men (Indigenous and non-Indigenous from all over NSW).
In 1994, Ngaimpe Aboriginal Corporation was registered, and set up The Glen. Since that date it has been an example of the triumph of the Koori and the human spirit. The Glen is evidence that dreams can come true. The Glen is the only male specific “Central Coast Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Centre”.
The founding motivation for The Glen was the suffering of the community at the hands of drugs and alcohol addiction. The Glen was and still is today, especially interested in trying to get men (Indigenous and non-Indigenous) out of the criminal justice system and into treatment for their drug or alcohol addiction, which causes the offending behaviours.
Ward is a proud supporter of the Glen. Pictured at the recent presentation of the Ute are; Glen CEO Alex Lee, Ward COO Brian Mahon, Community and Diversity Manager Danielle and Plant Manager Nick Stama and Dean.