Sahaara Foundation

A typical day in residential treatment:-

Patients experience a full day of therapy, education & fellowship. 

The day typically starts at 7 a.m. & ends at 8:30 p.m. & may include the following activities:

  • Morning meditation/yoga followed by Prayers, breakfast & fellowship.
  • Educational sessions followed by a group meeting for processing the lecture.
  • Usage history & group sharing about their individual experiences.
  • Twelve Step groups & working the steps.
  • Special group meetings tailored to the needs of the individual.

Groups could include:

  1. Leisure skills group.
  2. Anger group.
  3. Stress management.
  4. Mental health group.
  5. Grief group.
  • Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy group. (REBT).
  • Relaxation, exercise & recreational activities.
  • Individual appointments as needed with physician, psychiatrist, Psychologist or other professional from the multidisciplinary team.
  • Wellness activities such as biofeedback.
  • Personal time for reflection, reading & individual treatment assignments.
  • Sharing. A.A. /N.A. Meetings.

Find Hope at Sahaara Foundation

Sahaara: the leader in alcohol & drug addiction treatment services.

  • Sahaara Foundation follows modern addiction treatment, our success in alcoholism & drug addiction treatment is based on practical approach, research & studying what works in addiction recovery. We treat each person who comes to us with respect, while providing a safe place in which to heal.
  • Our treatment philosophy is based on the recognition that alcohol & drug addiction is a disease & that abstinence is the best way to manage the condition. We approach addiction treatment in a holistic way, working with mind, body & spirit as components of a healthy life.
  • Each person who turns to Sahaara Foundation for help comes with a unique personal history & set of circumstances. Treatment is tailored to ensure the most effective approaches & best opportunity for recovery. The individual's alcohol & drug treatment plans will be influenced by a number of factors including family history, addictive substance(s), gender, physical health, & many other variables.