The Ted Noffs Foundation was founded by the great Australian humanitarian, Reverend Ted Noffs, in 1970. During his remarkable career of pioneering initiatives for young people, Ted Noffs established Sydney’s first 24 hour crisis centre in 1968, set up the first Drug Referral Centre in Sydney in 1967, co-founded the Aboriginal Affairs Foundation in 1962 and was the co-founder of Lifeline in 1963.
The Ted Noffs Foundation today continues the legacy of Ted Noffs by providing essential services for young people and their families who are experiencing drug and alcohol problems and related trauma. Its range of programs for young people are all based on leading research, continually evaluated and government endorsed.
The Ted Noffs Foundation’s programs are not band-aid solutions. They are comprehensive life management programs designed to equip youth in need with the skills to better manage their own lives. In essence – to help them help themselves.
The Ted Noffs Foundation is a secular organisation, and is not affiliated with any religious group or organisation.
For more info see http://www.noffs.org.au/