Education: In-house curricula fuels the fundamentals of sustainable living through the building and maintenance of a garden, weekly blogging/journaling and Spanish conversational classes from B2B staff.
Higher Education: At Northern Arizona University and Coconino Community College opportunities will be provided to pursue numerous career paths.
Home Life: Responsible for the creation and care of the home and community gardens, recycling and composting practices, alternative energy systems, home weatherization projects, rainwater catchment systems, etc.
Career Counseling: One-on-one counseling sessions aimed at uncovering vocational goals and providing the tools necessary to achieve these goals.
Volunteer Activities: Participate in community and environmental restoration projects with local nonprofits.
Apprenticeship: Opportunity to apply and participate in an internship with the Flagstaff, AZ coffee brewing company Late for the Train, focusing on gaining professional experience and building life skills to assimilate into the working world.
One of the most critical measurements of treatment success begins the day individuals step foot out our doors and are faced with the question, “O.K. Now what?”.
Our counseling services are designed to help individuals discover their unique and purposeful place in the world. To this end, members will be coached in life skills and the habituation of the lifelong pursuit of character development. Our holistic approach will stress green-minded, productive lifestyles and vocations in which the symbiotic relationship with the environment, the community and economic realities are practiced.
Back2Basics provides the support and guidance needed to avoid falling into the pitfalls of old habits and behaviors. We strive to equip our residents with the tools and purposeful goals necessary to carve out productive and satisfying lives in the world beyond our doors – a world in which success is measured in years and lifetimes of sobriety. The joy of witnessing long-term sobriety and highly functioning members of society is our greatest reward.