Hope for Alcohol & Drug Addicts
Share:   

Call Us (866) 813-1526
4104 Delta Street
 San Diego, CA 92113-4113
 
Donate Mission Statement Testimonial

 

 

Your donation goes forth to aide in the recovery of countless men struggling with the terms of alcoholism and other drug addictions. Tradition One provides key services to these individuals to help them gain a positive and successful new life in sobriety. Since Tradition One is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, all donations are tax deductible.


Meeting Schedule

SUNDAY:  AA 6:15PM (open discussion)

SATURDAY: NA 1:00PM
(open discussion) 

SATURDAY: AA 6:30PM (open discussion)

 


 

Mailing List Sign Up
If you would like to be valued a part of Tradition One and receive our quarterly newsletter along with other various announcements pertaining to upcoming events, sign up for our mailing list and we’ll get something out to you right away!

 

 

Our Mission is to create and nurture a tranquil environment in order that participants may focus on recovery and comfortably use the tools in order to make responsible, sound decisions.

Tradition One saved my life. Without this place and what they do for people I would either still be lost and drinking or dead. Thanks to Tradition One I am now sober and sane. I have a wonderful life that would not have been possible.

 Ian S.
(sobriety date: 3/14/08)

Founded in 1971, Tradition One is a non-profit organization which maintains and operates a campus dedicated to the rehabilitation of persons in the continuing process of recovery from alcoholism and other drug addictions. We are an accredited Social Model Recovery Home, licensed and certified by the State of California, Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs.

Tradition One is a six month residential alcohol and other drug rehabilitation program for adult men. We focus on the Twelve Steps of the recovery program in a spiritual aspect as outlined in the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous. The first tradition of Alcoholics Anonymous states “our common welfare should come first, personal recovery depends upon AA unity,” and so is where we have derived our name. Residents are encouraged to help each other with the affairs of daily living. Each resident is responsible for his own living area and personal hygiene. Each participant is assigned daily house chores, the residents have a weekly house meeting and an Executive Board is elected periodically as well as a Resident Peer Council. Common problems are discussed and possible solutions sought and recommendations are made. The Peer Council Executive Board is called upon to make recommendations to the staff. We encourage involvement in this process of “people helping people.”

The services provided by this program include, but are not limited to the following:

ü  Individual and Group Counseling

ü  Case Management

ü  Psychiatric/Medical/Dental Assistance and Referral

ü  Relapse Prevention

ü  Aftercare groups

ü  Education and assistance with HIV/AIDS, TB , and Hepatitis issues

ü  On site HIV  and Hep-C testing and results

ü  Domestic Violence Education and Prevention Referral

ü  Conflict Resolution and Training

ü  Spelling and Grammar Classes

ü  Social/Recreational activities

We welcome you who seek our help for your recovery. Our staff understands the plight of addiction as we too are alcoholics and addicts in sobriety. We understand the pains associated with this deadly disease and we urge you to seek help for yourself, your loved ones, and those very close to you. Please do not hesitate to pick up the phone, a new and wonderful life awaits you!

Our Valued Board of Directors

 

PRESIDENT
Wade B. Early

VICE PRESIDENT
Earl Mohler

SECRETARY
Damianna Ah Nee-Bechtel

TREASURER
Barry Rice

RESERVE
Justin Ryan