This residential program empowers recovering drug users with skills to handle the challenges they will face when they go back to the community upon completion in order to maintain sobriety. This program also builds the support system of the recovering drug user by bringing onboard the family. This is a 2 months program for reintegrating recovering drug users back to the community. A drug user is enrolled into the halfway house after completing the rehab program.

The program comprises of the following:

  • Stress and anger management
  • Relapse, support systems
  • Existing triggers and risks
  • Psycho-educational classes
  • Life skills training
  • Spiritual education

  • Family intervention and participation.

Family intervention and participation is conducted on a monthly basis to provide support to families through family therapies, to offer an avenue for families to share and receive support from other families who are going through the same experience and how they can support clients in the recovery process.
The halfway house has reduced incidences of relapse by providing the recovery drug users with skills, support system and referral to Narcotics Anonymous (NA) and Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) support groups.
Recovering drug users are reintegrated back to the community through the halfway house as responsible citizens. Since 2007 to 2013, a total of 221 recovering drug users have been reintegrated back to the community.