About Waynol

The Waynol Anti Narcotics Agency was founded in 2009. Waynol comes from Wayne and Nolene Falconer’s names and the company was started in remembrance and honour of these two fantastic people. Both Wayne and Nolene succumbed to their addictions and passed away just days apart. First Wayne and then Nolene passed on in Room 610 of The Hilton Plaza Hotel in Hillbrow.

Waynol is owned by family members and is run by Ex Recovered Addicts as well as people who have suffered through the addictions of family members. We offer Outpatient/Aftercare programmes and in addition to this we have our own Rehabilitation Centre, which we call our “Manor”. Our Manor facility is one of learning, to bring people like us, to be passionate about saving lives and fighting this terrible but definitely beatable problem.

We do believe that addiction to Drugs is not a disease, it’s a choice! Our teachings are Christian based. The Celebrate Recovery Programme is utilised for spiritual well being, coupled with our Man Up Programme. Our Residents learn to love God, whilst at the same time are taught structure and responsibility through our team. Our team know the streets and street mindset intimately and know first hand the dangers of addiction. We are familiar with courts, police stations, hospitals, suburbs and town of Gauteng and Natal. We are available to our clients 24/7.

We truly care about afflicted persons. Waynols’ reputation speaks for itself as a no nonsense truth to be told orgaisation. Come, let us help the afflicted to save themselves.

If you would like to find out more about any of our services, please contact us!

Remember that there will be difficult times in the last days. People will be selfish, greedy, boastful, and conceited; they will be insulting, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, and irreligious; they will be unkind, merciless, slanderers, violent, and fierce; they will hate the good; they will be treacherous, reckless, and swollen with pride; they will love pleasure rather tha God; they will hold to the outward form of our religion, but reject its real power. Keep away from such people.   – 2 Timothy 3, 1-6