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Triple Care Farm alumni send words of encouragement.

Completing drug and alcohol rehabilitation at Triple Care Farm (TCF) can be tremendously rewarding and life-changing for young people. But it can also be challenging. It requires courage and commitment.

We recently invited people who follow the SDMF Facebook page to leave encouraging messages for students who are currently at the farm.  

Comments flooded in and we were encouraged by people’s keenness to spur the young people on.

Amongst the comments were those of past TCF students who know what it feels like to be there. We want to share their comments with you, as they can tell you better than we can of how special this program really is.

 

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Thank you for supporting life-changing programs that offer young people the right help at the right time. They wouldn't have this opportunity without you. 

Learn more about Triple Care Farm and David Martin Place. 

 

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