No Matter Where You May Be Stuck On The Wheel Of Addiction
We Can Help
At 65OnCedar Sober living, we take the view that our clients’ enduring well-being relies on long-term treatment programming and that sustained recovery necessitates habit-forming life skills developed over a feasible amount of time.
65OnCedar Sober living
Secondary Addiction Recovery and Halfway House
Based in leafy, Scenic Northcliff, Johannesburg, 65OnCedar Sober living secondary addiction Recovery Centre and Halfway House, embraces the core methodologies of major successful recovery programs in an integrated and goal-orientated fashion.
The facility features quality is an upmarket establishment with landscaped garden, a swimming pool and entertainment area, outdoor as well as indoor event areas, including an open fireplace area for meetings. bedrooms are tastefully furnished with separate sleeping areas for men and women, and a common area with DStv, a fully-equipped office to assist with employment seeking, Wi-Fi, dining and kitchen areas. there is plenty of safe and secure parking
Facilities & Services
5-day house cleaning/laundry service
For men and women recovering from alcohol and substance abuse
Healthy, balanced meals catering for individual requirements
Recovery community management of household responsibilities
12-step meeting access, external as well as internal – men’s and women’s personal development groups
Motivational Interviewing Technique
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