new day halfway house

what is a halfway house?

Difficult roads lead to beautiful destinations

A halfway house is a safe place for early recovery substance users to reintegrate back into society all the while boarding in a thearaputic environment where a recovery community can flourish through guidelines and expectations that assist in the recovery process

A halfway house is not a medical facility and does not cater for detoxing clients it is for substance abusers who have cleaned up and want to be able to gain long-term sobriety

The home provides a guided and structured living atmosphere, with the freedom to get your life back on track. You can work, attend meetings, go to the gym, visit your family, etc. Some rules and guidelines need to be met, such as curfews, providing a clean urine sample or breathalyser, attending some meetings, step-work, etc.

New Day Halfway House

Your new home for addiction recovery in JHB

The New Day halfway house is based in Alberton, Johannesburg and is a refuge for addicts that have completed a detox or for those that need the help of our professional staff to turn over a new leaf.

Our halfway house promotes a holistic program assisting each client to lead a fulfilled life in a safe and secure environment. We provide each client with a space to reflect and be confident in an active recovery atmosphere. The house is carefully run and offers extensive facilities and services inclusive with your stay.

 

5 benefits of halfway house

Top 5 benefits to adding a halfway house as part of your recovery.

#1 encourages accountability

Halfway houses offer a structured environment with guidelines. These guidelines are there to teach responsible living. For substance abusers, the simplest tasks are sometimes the hardest. Being accountable for these tasks teaches responsibility and promotes fulfilment.

#3 support

Living in a halfway house offers an opportunity to meet new associations and be part of a recovery community. This recovery community provides belonging, understanding and support in recovery. Not everyone has a support network at home, so this environment provides like-minded people that share and grow within their recovery.

#2 a safe environment

The only person you can change is yourself. Living in society exposes you to substances and alcohol. Living in a halfway house offers safety, as halfway houses have a zero tolerance for the abuse of substances and clients, are randomly and regularly tested to ensure safety.

#4 tolerance

You don’t have to like everyone, but having tolerance, decency and respect is invaluable. A halfway house provides the opportunity to learn compromise while learning to manage the need to peopleplease. This environment also entrenches the importance of boundaries and includes support in setting up these boundaries. This can assist to function in the working environment as well.

#1 encourages accountability

Halfway houses offer a structured environment with guidelines. These guidelines are there to teach responsible living. For substance abusers, the simplest tasks are sometimes the hardest. Being accountable for these tasks teaches responsibility and promotes fulfilment.

#2 a safe environment

The only person you can change is yourself. Living in society exposes you to substances and alcohol. Living in a halfway house offers safety, as halfway houses have a zero tolerance for the abuse of substances and clients, are randomly and regularly tested to ensure safety.

#3 support

Living in a halfway house offers an opportunity to meet new associations and be part of a recovery community. This recovery community provides belonging, understanding and support in recovery. Not everyone has a support network at home, so this environment provides like-minded people that share and grow within their recovery.

#4 tolerance

You don’t have to like everyone, but having tolerance, decency and respect is invaluable. A halfway house provides the opportunity to learn compromise while learning to manage the need to peopleplease. This environment also entrenches the importance of boundaries and includes support in setting up these boundaries. This can assist to function in the working environment as well.

#5 independence

A halfway house promotes personal responsibility and offers support in the journey of gaining independence. This new found independence assists in integrating recovering addicts back into society successfully.

believe you can and you’re halfway there

-Theodore Roosevelt-

halfway facilities

The New Day halfway house has been equipped with all the features you need for a successful recovery in a wholesome environment.
View our inclusive facilities & services below. For any further details give us a call or book a viewing.

private or shared accomodation

lounge & dining area
(DSTV & Wifi)

cleaning & laundry service

outdoor garden & braai area

recovery planning sessions

weekly house meetings

random drug & alcohol screening

swimming pool

halfway gallery

Recovery is an acceptance that your life is in shambles and you have to change – Jaimie Lee Curtis

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New Day services

Individual therapy

outpatient programme

family support

The change starts with you!

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The change starts with you!

need help or want to find out more? start here.