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Families, schools and colleges are often concerned that young people develop an addiction. The young people themselves may be worried about their situation and may want to talk about it with someone. The Recal program for Youth at Risk of Addiction offers the possibility of analyzing all these concerns.

Workshop for the prevention of addiction in young people and adolescents

Aimed at young people who are at risk of developing the disease of addiction.

The objective is to offer information on the risks of substance use and promote personal development tools for the prevention of the disease of addiction. Taught by psychologists. The workshop is made up of an initial information session and 4 two-hour sessions, for a month.


Personal development program for adolescents with risk behavior and drug abuse


Intervention in young Adolescents with Drug Abuse and Risk Behaviors.

The goal is to achieve abstinence from drugs, addictive and destructive behaviors, or risk behaviors.

Personal development program where the adolescent will enter a process of change. You will learn to use tools and resources for self-knowledge and growth.

Each personal process is different and the times of each process as well.



What is the ADO-RECAL Youth Program?

ADO-RECAL is a personal development program focused on risky behaviors, substance abuse and other addictive behaviors such as gambling and their impact on youth and families.

Program Benefits

  • Stop patterns of harmful behavior and reduce related risks. Focus on group dynamics and individual monitoring.

  • Address individual and family beliefs and values, and improve communication within the family.

  • Strengthen the values and resources of the person, such as self-esteem and interpersonal and intrapersonal emotional competencies.

  • Identify additional needs of family members.


How do we do it?

The basis of this personal development program is based on the 12-step program and the accompaniment from coaching.

  • The 12-step program invites you to identify the difficulty, the risk and the abuse, becoming aware of the responsibility that the adolescent acquires from the identification and strength of the group.

  • Coaching invites from emotional management and dynamics to improve social skills, communication in the family, social system and listening.

  • Increase tolerance to frustration.


More information Help for young people: 655 50 71 70

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