Beat The Addiction

The WAY Recovery is established on a solid foundation of history and a burning desire to transform that history into relentless efforts to build a sober and healthy society.

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The world and South Africa in particular is confronted by a severe problem of drug and alcohol addiction.
One institution which has become a trusted solution provider for such addictions is The WAY Recovery (PTY) Ltd.

Our Goal

Our Goal

Established in 2017, we have set ourselves apart from the rest by offering unique rehabilitation and recovery programs with a treatment facility which is rated among the best in the country. Our business vision has been developed around a determined goal to have a complete alcohol and drug recovery and reintegration program within a period of 24 months.

Our Focus

Our Focus

Our well researched recovery and integration program is focused and managed through primary care facilities, halfway houses facility as well as a professionally run sober living facility. With increasing and continued support, we have continued to escalate and realise our dream of a 12 step rehabilitation and reintegration facility becoming a reality.

Current Drug and Alcohol
Scenario in South Africa

South Africa is a country burdened by drug and alcohol abuse. Research shows that substance abuse in South Africa is double than that of the global average.
The use of dagga, cocaine and tik is also used twice as much in South Africa compared to other countries worldwide. Getting help from experts is the only way out of this gloomy picture.Tyler Ferguson

Our Program

We have designed an effective and comprehensive substance abuse treatment program. Our Matrix model is anchored around a 12 step approach which is carefully intertwined to ensure diverse treatment needs and responses are all catered for. The 12 Step approach involves Cognitive-Behavioural Approach, Motivational Approach and Therapeutic Community Approach. By using this approach, our patients are provided with a safe environment in which the nature of their illnesses can be fully understood. This approach has allowed us to record tremendous rehabilitation and reintegration results.