Clients are required to attend daily classes as follows:

Monday – Thursday: 9am – 11am and 1pm – 3pm
Friday: 9am – 11am

In addition to this, assignments and personal journals are maintained in the evenings and weekends

In the evening, clients attend a local AA meeting, this completing 90 meetings in 90 days


The following is a list of topics covered in-group:

  • Life skills
  • Patience
  • Surrender
  • Humility
  • Understanding rejection
  • Freedom from fear
  • Loneliness
  • Reaching out to others
  • Inadequacy
  • Hope
  • Forgiveness
  • Gratitude
  • Spirituality
  • Relationships
  • Prayer and meditation
  • Post-acute withdrawal syndrome
  • Self esteem
  • Communication styles
  • Anger- management
  • Loss and grief
  • Assertiveness
  • Conflict resolution
  • Coping skills
  • Defects of character
  • Assets of character
  • Recognizing fellings
  • Dealing with fear
  • Denial
  • Changing behaviors
  • Changing attitudes
  • Relapse prevention
  • Daily inventory
  • Twelve steps to recovery

Prolonged mental and physical impairment due to acute addiction/ alcoholism markedly restricts the ability to perform basic activities of daily living. Most are unable to perceive, think, remember or manage personal affairs. We believe it is necessary for the recovering alcoholic/ addict to undergo a profound alteration of their perception of life and to acquire spiritual values, while respecting personal religious, cultural, and moral values.

After Care

At Path To Freedom, we offer second-stage housing and an after-care program which is available post treatment, where men can integrate back into society and their community. At the second-stage home, men maintain the structured program, but they can also return to work and/or school as they rebuild their lives.