Drug-ARM's street van can be found on our city streets in the late hours on Friday and Saturday nights touching the lives of many people.
We are a non-denominational Christian organisation begun in 1996. We show love, acceptance and understanding. ARM stands for Awareness and Relief Movement. We show love, acceptance and understanding but don't shy away from the difficult topics like illegal drugs and alcohol abuse but do so without being judgmental.
Since 1996 Drug-ARM has been operating a street van in Wellington, Hutt Valley and Porirua on Friday and Saturday nights till the early hours of the morning. We show love and caring and bring an awareness of making good choices in regard to illicit drugs and the abuse of alcohol. We are a quiet refuge where people can share their lives.
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