Support for Addiction and Prevention in Africa


Outpatient Alcohol and Drug Treatment Programs

Our outpatient drug and alcohol treatment programs offer more support and guidance than occasional or once a week rehab counseling. Typically, treatment for alcoholism or drug addiction consists of multiple day or evening sessions throughout the week; including access to 12 step programs and community support groups.
For those who live locally and need therapeutic support for their on-going recovery but do not need a residential treatment centre, SAPTA offers Intensive Outpatient Program. Our IOP is made up of holistic and evidence based therapeutic techniques coupled with a 12-step approach to recovery.
We provide

  • Group therapy,
  • Life skills,
  • Psychiatry,
  • Psycho education
  • Relaxation techniques
  • Family and individual counselling up to five days per week.

The staff at SAPTA are fully devoted to ridding one from addiction, substance abuse, drug or alcohol dependency, and relapse. Our expert team is committed to helping develop a customized program to ensure your recovery experience is life-changing.


























News/Featured Stories

SAPTA's Training program - 2017

SAPTA has received funding from PEPFAR to setup two IDU facilities in Nairobi.

SAPTA received global fund to work with female IDU's.

Up Coming Events
2017 Intake :

Diploma registration on going


Tuesday class

Thursday class

Saturday class

Special Information for…
- EAP Program Employers
- Alcoholic Family Members
- PEPFAR Partners

- NACADA (Kenya)
- Alcoholics Anonymous (Kenya)
- Alcoholics Anonymous
- Narcotics Anonymous
- Join Together


Converging Epidemics in Africa

Rapid increases in substance abuse (including alcohol) and HIV infection can be conceptualized as separate but converging epidemics in a context of violence (wars, homicides and domestic abuse) and poverty...


SAPTA E-Services in Africa
Drugs, Brains, and Behavior: The Science of Addiction" was unveiled on 13 February 2007 by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), a component of the US National Institutes of Health.
















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