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half way house

The halfway house is a transitional treatment for people who have finished a primary treatment program and who require a structured, safe and addiction-free environment in which they can develop the necessary skills to maintain long-term abstinence and find joy in recovery.

  The halfway house is a place where the user will find an accompaniment where he is supported and motivated to live without substances. In this process they receive a minimum of 4 hours of treatment a day through meditation, reflection, mutual support meetings, sessions with the psychologist and sessions with the counselor. The rest of the day they usually go to their work activities outside the institution. Some others go to school and seek to complete their studies within this system and others may volunteer to practice occupational therapy.


  In the halfway house, it is said that the door opens little by little and gets bigger, until the person considers himself safe enough to face life without the need of no containment. That is why at this stage they are given the opportunity to attend the different self-help groups outside, visit the family, work and go to the  gym, as well as 

recreational activities such as going to the movies or some

recreation area. 


The main objective is the practical part that has to do with social and family reintegration, learning to live with a disease that has no known cure, but it does have treatment and can be stopped. The goal is to understand and cope with the disease without consuming again.



    To start a recovery process in a halfway house it is important that the person is willing. Many do not want to start a recovery process, but they know they need help. They need to be willing to receive that help. In the process it is brought to reason, generating awareness to stop consumption. The goal is for recovery to become attractive and for them to find joy in it.


We have a model that is based on psychology, counseling, psychiatry and the twelve steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. We manage a program that is very appropriate to a cross of sobriety: a balance between sports activities, individual therapies, group therapies, very simple services that lead to responsibility, habits of being constant and disciplined, there are recreational activities such as going to the beach, to walk etc.




“Addiction should never be treated as a crime. It should be approached as a health problem"

-Ralph Nader-

Ave. Nestor Olivas 130, Ex Ejido Chapultepec, Ensenada Baja California, Mexico.

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