The main goal is to maintain abstinence during the stay and acquire more suitable solutions to face the various challenges of everyday life.
The approach taken is both cognitive and behavioral. Participants are thus led to analyze thoughts and situations that trigger a desire to consume, as well as the short and long-term consequences of their choices. They work on changing their perceptions and reactions to achieve greater personal satisfaction and build more harmonious relationships with their surroundings.
Our therapeutic community model is based on best practices in rehabilitation in the face of addiction.
Group activities, intervention plans, resident initiatives, and individual meetings are centered around the following goals:
The clinical approach remains identical to that of The Ancrage but is adapted to situations specifically related to social reintegration.
Participants must attend two group discussions and one individual session per week, undertake external initiatives, discuss and reflect with their intervener, and refrain from any consumption during their stay.