Project Exodus Programmes have been established in response to the critical need for community-based treatment interventions that are effective, accessible and affordable. Our evidenced-based, life-affirming programmes address substance abuse, addiction and related behavioural disorders by imparting crucial knowledge, teaching vital recovery skills and encouraging personal, practical application. To support a diverse range individuals in many different settings, Project Exodus is constantly developing, adding to and adapting its programmes to ensure relevance and best possible practice.
The ERS Programme is a comprehensive, psychoeducational treatment programme of approximately 4 months duration, incorporating teaching, training, group work and reflective tasking. This Primary Care level programme covers 32 recovery and life-skills related topics, empowering participants with the knowledge, attitudes and skills required for sustainable recovery.
Currently, ERS Programmes are operational in Durban, Ballito, Cape Town, Randburg and Midrand.
The Prisons Programme, developed for the Department of Correctional Services, empowers incarcerated individuals with the motivation and recovery skills to pursue a life free from substance abuse and crime.
Paradigm Shift is an inclusive training programme for small groups, teaching universal recovery concepts that everyone is able to benefit from.
Piloted in the 2020 eThekwini Municipality Lockdown Sites, Take it To the Streets is an intervention programme for homeless, addicted individuals which aims to instil hope and vision for a better future.
"As far as the East is from the West, so far has He removed our transgressions from us."
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