The Mithuru Mithuro Movement of Sri Lanka was established in 1984 to provide assistance and support to the rural communities and its youth in particular. As an organization committed towards abstinence in Sri Lanka during the past 25 years and while complementing the “Mathata Thitha” concept, Mithuru Mithuro Movement (MMM) holds a successful track record in rehabilitating victims of drug abuse and is the only institution in Sri Lanka that offers a Therapeutic Community System for individuals seeking residential treatment and rehabilitation.
While the organization has its roots in Pelmadulla, in the Rathnepura district where the main treatment and rehabilitation center is situated, Mithuru Mithuro has expanded its services in drug prevention, treatment & rehabilitation through the establishment of 10 centers in three districts in the island. Rev. Bodhi has separate programs for residents in different stages of rehabilitation. The 10 centers together have a total of over 800 residents in various stages of rehabilitation. The organization has affiliations with World Federation for Therapeutic Communities (WFTC), Asian Federation for Therapeutic Communities (AFTC) and The Colombo Plan.
Mithuru Mithuro has won over 25 awards during its existence and have implemented UNDP and UNODC projects via its various implementation arms. Apart from the core function of conducting treatment & rehabilitation programmes, the Mithuru Mithuro Movement equipped with relevant SMEs (Subject Matter Experts), has a diverse agenda of activities in which it is involved in.
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