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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Christianity, Health, Health Support, Mental Health, Religion, Substance Abuse Dependency, Prevention & Treatment

Mission:  Global Outreach for Addiction Leadership and Learning (G.O.A.L. ) is a nondenominational Christian faith based 501(c)(3) promoting 12-step recovery and providing leadership training in substance abuse prevention and treatment. With local leaders, establishing recovery groups and providing leadership training, GOAL''s mission is to help heal those affected by substance abuse that causes criminal behavior and contributes to increased health care costs. GOAL also works toward lessening the specific substance abuse linked problem of hiv/aids and other substance abuse related problems, including domestic violence and human trafficking.

Geographic areas served: Planet Earth

Programs: Training in 12-step support groups and providing literature to inmates of Central Belize Prison

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2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Ps N.

Client Served

Rating: 5

GOAL USA has empowered Uganda Christian University staff to fight substance abuse and has plans to; research and develop comprehensive culturally relevant treatment methods to African context, establish a faith based rehab centre, reach out to 490 schools, influence Policies and support the established support groups. Support if you can!

Client Served

Rating: 5

I first met up with GOAL Project in 1998, while serving on a missions trip to Romania. We coordinated a training in addictions for the prison system, and this started our relationship of working together in Romania which has lasted up this this present day. Many times they have came to Romania with professional teachers in addictions, and taught in universities, at seminars, and worked individually with people in recovery to help develop the 12 Steps message of hope for the still suffering alcoholic and addict. In addition, they have helped sponsor professionals to go to the United States, and other countries, so that they could be better trained as addictions specialists.

Perhaps the most valuable assets that they bring to us are themselves. Their love for people, their obvious sincerity and caring, and their willingness to "go above and beyond" what could be expected inspires those whom they serve to themselves strive for higher ideals and greater accomplishments. In a world that is some times so desperately in need of hope this is perhaps their greatest work.

Floyd Frantz, OCMC Missionary in Romania

Review from Guidestar