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We understand that addiction thrives in isolation. But by working together in a safe, nurturing family environment like Liberty Home, you can overcome your habit. Many people have succeeded. And, so can you. Not only for yourself, but for your loved ones, family, and friends as well. Addiction too often remains taboo.

You are not weak, or lacking willpower. You are not useless or feeble. Addiction is an illness, a symptom of underlying and often complex issues. Society—and maybe even you—might think that your addiction is the core problem. If not, your addiction will remain the central point of your life, eventually destroying it.

If left untreated, addiction will undoubtedly lead to a constant struggle with yourself. It will have you living in isolation, stripped from financial resources and meaningful relationships.

However, only you can do that. Once you have, we will be right beside you to guide you on the road to recovery. Liberty Home is not like any other recovery clinic. We go beyond the clinical approach, offering a safe and nurturing family environment in a home in Lakeside—an upmarket and tranquil neighborhood in Cape Town. Liberty Home is perched on the slopes of the Constantiaberg mountains, overlooking the Zandvlei Estuary Nature Reserve.

You are supported by a team of experienced professionals at all times. Our goal is as simple as it is complex: Doing away with denial is the first step, followed by a reintegration plan that maximizes your chances of a full recovery. When suffering from substance abuse, you feel isolated from society, misunderstood, and lonely.

Our safe haven, with a strong family atmosphere, counters this feeling. It empowers you and stimulates you to take responsibility in daily life. It teaches you to live together and respect the privacy of your peers. From meetings and outings to doing the simplest of tasks such as cooking and chores, everything is done as a group.

At Liberty Home we believe in teaching, guiding, and learning by example, in all honesty. We try to show you that getting clean and living drug-free is not only achievable; it can be done happily. Years of working with a small community and a committed professional team has led to a powerful therapeutic programme.

You are at the centre of your recovery. You decide what you need most and what helps you best. There is no magic recipe for overcoming addiction. Our professionals tailor their approach to your specific needs. Your family and loved ones are always in the loop and follow the process closely.

Every professional you encounter at Liberty Home has a history of addiction. They understand the severity and intensity of your problems because they have lived them first-hand. This enables them to offer a whole new perspective on rehabilitation and the efforts it requires. Overcoming addiction is more than just putting an end to your substance abuse. The outside world is full of temptations and possibilities.

The core of your rehabilitation success is a fundamental shift in lifestyle and behaviour. Liberty Home creates a safe environment; however, we keep it as close to reality as possible, to minimize the risk of relapse when you return to your trusted environment.

Liberty Home offers tailored treatments for a wide range of addictions. Our team of highly qualified social workers and experts-by-experience guide you in the language that fits you best: English, Dutch, French or Afrikaans. However, our multifaceted programme assures you of optimal guidance and support throughout your recovery.

Trust is what keeps our team and community together. We are ardently focused on helping you achieve a realistic reintegration into your original environment and community.

For that, we need you to act. Re-integration requires commitment, effort, and hard work. Therapeutic activities and leisure go hand in hand. Every effort deserves a recreational experience that allows you to unwind, grow, shine, and achieve results that make you stronger. Of course, our home is supervised at all times to guarantee that every participant has the safe environment he or she requires. Morgane has seen her shares of addiction. She overcame multiple habits such as alcohol abuse, eating disorder, and intimacy disorder.

Not wanting to come out with her addictions in her home country, she sought help in South African rehabilitation clinics. Gideon started his career as an open-mined, progressive minister of the Dutch Reformed Church in Cape Town.

His public-speaking skills were legendary, and he invested much of his time in supporting the less privileged. However, counselling and creating life strategies were always his true love. Sonia is a medical practitioner from Canada who now lives and practices medicine in Cape Town. She has extensive experience in working with addiction and understands the severity of the issue completely.

Pam has been working in the rehabilitation field for over 26 years. Pam really is a hands-on counsellor, having completed a wide range of courses, from HIV to grief and trauma counselling to group work.

Ruby Weber has worked in the addictions field for the past twenty years. She brings a depth and diversity of both theoretical knowledge along with practical implementation skills related to individual and group healing; that meet at the intersection of trauma and addiction. Ruby has held both operational and clinical positions at in-patient and out-patient treatment settings in both Johannesburg and Cape Town. Tania has been in recovery for nine years and has been working as a recovery assistant for seven years.

Her passion for saving lives comes with her story to survive drug addiction in every way possible. Not only is she a recovering drug addict but also in recovery from an eating disorder. Liesl has been working in addiction treatment facilities for 18 years as a counsellor and has been in recovery herself from substance addiction for over 19 years.

She has experience with dual diagnoses and has worked in addiction treatment as well as in an eating disorder unit. She is an understanding, empathetic, insightful counsellor with a firm understanding of addiction. She believes that rapport and trust are fundamental in facilitating change within a client. She believes in the disease concept as well as the underlying issues that may trigger one. Traumas, a struggle to emotionally regulate and not being able to have authentic needs met are all challenges that those with addiction struggle to address and Liesl works extensively in allowing the client to obtain skills and insights into these issues.

Mphatso is a wonderful person driven by good will and hard work. Mphatso keeps the house clean and brings that extra warmth every day. She shows us every day how perseverance is practiced in real life, making our sober house in Cape Town all that more homely. Fred is our resident house-keeper. He has a lovely disposition which fits in perfectly with the energy we have in the house, and we are lucky to have him as part of our team.

At Liberty Home we have both shared rooms and private rooms. Lovely large rooms with comfortable beds, nice linen and some with an en-suite 6 bathrooms in total.

Two rooms have three in a room, whilst most have two beds or are private. You can make a request for a certain room, and depending on availability we will do our utmost to accommodate you, but naturally that is not always possible.

Men and women are in separate rooms, and where possible, in separate wings of the house. South Africa has a lot to offer. An excellent climate, beautiful natural reserves, beaches, and mountains. Liberty Home is in a magnificent, peaceful setting that allows you to blank out the noise of daily life. Liberty Home is locked down and continually secured by armed response services that patrol the neighbourhood for the safety of our residents. All amenities are easily reachable.

We have hospitals, doctors, shopping malls, the ocean, and gyms nearby. We provide all airport pick-ups and drop-offs. Turn to Liberty Home for the help and guidance you deserve. Contact us, anonymously and without any obligation. The greatest change can start with a simple conversation.

Together, we can determine what action will get you back on track. Your Name and Surname. Your Country of Residence. Outdoor activities such as hiking, surfing, city tours … Supervised shopping Volunteer work such as beach-cleaning, serving in dining rooms … Full access to Wi-Fi. Medical Doctor Sonia is a medical practitioner from Canada who now lives and practices medicine in Cape Town.

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Shortly after the dedication, The Cleveland Gazette , an African American newspaper, suggested that the statue's torch not be lit until the United States became a free nation "in reality":. The expression makes us sick. This government is a howling farce. It can not or rather does not protect its citizens within its own borders.

Shove the Bartholdi statue, torch and all, into the ocean until the "liberty" of this country is such as to make it possible for an inoffensive and industrious colored man to earn a respectable living for himself and family, without being ku-kluxed , perhaps murdered, his daughter and wife outraged, and his property destroyed. The idea of the "liberty" of this country "enlightening the world," or even Patagonia , is ridiculous in the extreme.

When the torch was illuminated on the evening of the statue's dedication, it produced only a faint gleam, barely visible from Manhattan. The World characterized it as "more like a glowworm than a beacon. The United States Lighthouse Board took over the Statue of Liberty in and pledged to install equipment to enhance the torch's effect; in spite of its efforts, the statue remained virtually invisible at night. When Bartholdi returned to the United States in , he made additional suggestions, all of which proved ineffective.

He did successfully lobby for improved lighting within the statue, allowing visitors to better appreciate Eiffel's design. The statue rapidly became a landmark. Many immigrants who entered through New York saw it as a welcoming sight. Oral histories of immigrants record their feelings of exhilaration on first viewing the Statue of Liberty.

One immigrant who arrived from Greece recalled:. I saw the Statue of Liberty. And I said to myself, "Lady, you're such a beautiful! Give me a chance to prove that I am worth it, to do something, to be someone in America. Originally, the statue was a dull copper color, but shortly after a green patina , also called verdigris , caused by the oxidation of the copper skin, began to spread.

As early as it was mentioned in the press; by it had entirely covered the statue. The Corps of Engineers also installed an elevator to take visitors from the base to the top of the pedestal. Carloads of dynamite and other explosives that were being sent to Britain and France for their war efforts were detonated, and seven people were killed. The statue sustained minor damage, mostly to the torch-bearing right arm, and was closed for ten days.

The narrow ascent to the torch was closed for public-safety reasons, and it has remained closed ever since. He claimed over 80, contributors, but failed to reach the goal. The difference was quietly made up by a gift from a wealthy donor—a fact that was not revealed until An underwater power cable brought electricity from the mainland and floodlights were placed along the walls of Fort Wood. Gutzon Borglum , who later sculpted Mount Rushmore , redesigned the torch, replacing much of the original copper with stained glass.

On December 2, , President Woodrow Wilson pressed the telegraph key that turned on the lights, successfully illuminating the statue.

After the United States entered World War I in , images of the statue were heavily used in both recruitment posters and the Liberty Bond drives that urged American citizens to support the war financially. This impressed upon the public the war's stated purpose—to secure liberty—and served as a reminder that embattled France had given the United States the statue.

The WPA also carried out restoration work within the statue, temporarily removing the rays from the statue's halo so their rusted supports could be replaced. Rusted cast-iron steps in the pedestal were replaced with new ones made of reinforced concrete; [] the upper parts of the stairways within the statue were replaced, as well. Copper sheathing was installed to prevent further damage from rainwater that had been seeping into the pedestal.

During World War II, the statue remained open to visitors, although it was not illuminated at night due to wartime blackouts. It was lit briefly on December 31, , and on D-Day , June 6, , when its lights flashed "dot-dot-dot-dash", the Morse code for V, for victory.

New, powerful lighting was installed in —, and beginning on V-E Day , the statue was once again illuminated after sunset. The lighting was for only a few hours each evening, and it was not until that the statue was illuminated every night, all night. The act also mentioned the efforts to found an American Museum of Immigration on the island, which backers took as federal approval of the project, though the government was slow to grant funds for it.

The museum's backers never provided it with an endowment to secure its future and it closed in after the opening of an immigration museum on Ellis Island. Beginning December 26, , 15 anti-Vietnam War veterans occupied the statue, flying a US flag upside down from her crown.

They left December 28 following a Federal Court order. A powerful new lighting system was installed in advance of the American Bicentennial in The statue was the focal point for Operation Sail , a regatta of tall ships from all over the world that entered New York Harbor on July 4, , and sailed around Liberty Island.

The statue was examined in great detail by French and American engineers as part of the planning for its centennial in Careful study had revealed that the right arm had been improperly attached to the main structure.

It was swaying more and more when strong winds blew and there was a significant risk of structural failure. In addition, the head had been installed 2 feet 0. The armature structure was badly corroded, and about two percent of the exterior plates needed to be replaced. A promotion advertised that for each purchase made with an American Express card, the company would contribute one cent to the renovation of the statue. In , the statue was closed to the public for the duration of the renovation.

Workers erected the world's largest free-standing scaffold , [28] which obscured the statue from view. Liquid nitrogen was used to remove layers of paint that had been applied to the interior of the copper skin over decades, leaving two layers of coal tar , originally applied to plug leaks and prevent corrosion. Blasting with baking soda powder removed the tar without further damaging the copper.

Workers within the statue had to wear protective gear , dubbed "moon suits", with self-contained breathing circuits. The entire puddled iron armature designed by Gustave Eiffel was replaced.

Low-carbon corrosion-resistant stainless steel bars that now hold the staples next to the skin are made of Ferralium , an alloy that bends slightly and returns to its original shape as the statue moves. July 3—6, , was designated " Liberty Weekend ", marking the centennial of the statue and its reopening. July 4 saw a reprise of Operation Sail, [] and the statue was reopened to the public on July 5.

Following the September 11 attacks , the statue and Liberty Island were immediately closed to the public. The island reopened at the end of , while the pedestal and statue remained off-limits. The pedestal reopened in August , [] but the National Park Service announced that visitors could not safely be given access to the statue due to the difficulty of evacuation in an emergency.

The Park Service adhered to that position through the remainder of the Bush administration. The statue, including the pedestal and base, closed on October 29, , for installation of new elevators and staircases and to bring other facilities, such as restrooms, up to code. The statue was reopened on October 28, , [1] [] [] only to close again a day later due to Hurricane Sandy. On November 8, , a Park Service spokesperson announced that both islands would remain closed for an indefinite period for repairs to be done.

The superintendent of Statue of Liberty National Monument , David Luchsinger, whose home on the island was severely damaged, stated that it would be "optimistically Both islands were ceded by New York to the federal government in Liberty Island is one of the islands that are part of the borough of Manhattan in New York.

Land created by reclamation added to the 2. No charge is made for entrance to the national monument, but there is a cost for the ferry service that all visitors must use, as private boats may not dock at the island. A concession was granted in to Statue Cruises to operate the transportation and ticketing facilities, replacing Circle Line , which had operated the service since A total of people per day are permitted to ascend: Climbers may bring only medication and cameras—lockers are provided for other items—and must undergo a second security screening.

A group of statues stands at the western end of the island, honoring those closely associated with the Statue of Liberty. They are the work of Maryland sculptor Phillip Ratner. The UNESCO "Statement of Significance" describes the statue as a "masterpiece of the human spirit" that "endures as a highly potent symbol—inspiring contemplation, debate and protest—of ideals such as liberty, peace, human rights, abolition of slavery, democracy and opportunity.

Hundreds of replicas of the Statue of Liberty are displayed worldwide. As an American icon, the Statue of Liberty has been depicted on the country's coinage and stamps. It appeared on commemorative coins issued to mark its centennial, and on New York's entry in the state quarters series. Depictions of the statue have been used by many regional institutions.

Between [] and , [] New York State issued license plates with an outline of the statue. The statue is a frequent subject in popular culture. In music, it has been evoked to indicate support for American policies, as in Toby Keith 's song " Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue The Angry American ", and in opposition, appearing on the cover of the Dead Kennedys ' album Bedtime for Democracy , which protested the Reagan administration. Where would science fiction be without the Statue of Liberty?

For decades it has towered or crumbled above the wastelands of deserted [E]arth—giants have uprooted it, aliens have found it curious From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Statue of Liberty disambiguation. Statue of Liberty Liberty Enlightening the World. Height of copper statue to torch: National Register of Historic Places. New Jersey Register of Historic Places. New York City Landmark.

Conservation-restoration of the Statue of Liberty. Replicas of the Statue of Liberty and Statue of Liberty in popular culture. Retrieved October 12, The Wall Street Journal. Archived from the original on October 25, National Register of Historic Places, — Retrieved August 2, Retrieved July 31, Retrieved July 7, Retrieved February 8, The Nationalization of Civic Instruction".

In Warren, Donald R. Civic and Moral Learning in America. The Grove Dictionary of Art: The second Liberty label was black with silver printing. Apparently, which logo was used depended upon when the artwork was done during the transition period. The early promotional issues of the second Liberty label were white with black printing. Graphics were the same, but there is no color on the label, and the left quarter of the label, which had the rainbow color on commercial issues, was horizontally striped black and white.

Later, the background color of the promotional label was changed from white to a creme color, with the same graphics. Liberty used this same promotional label for both mono and stereo promo issues even long after the regular label had changed to the rounded- box logo variation, probably due to using up the promo label stock on hand.

The third label was black with silver printing. The Liberty logo was in a white, rounded-cornered box to the left of the center hole with a drawing of the Statue of Liberty. The left quarter of the label was rainbow colored. Promotional issues were creme colored with black printing, the left quarter of the label being rainbow colored.

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