Back2Basics Young Adult Treatment Center Plans to Expand Facilities

Share Article

With its highest resident numbers since inception, Back2Basics Sober Living moves in to Flagstaff coffee shop warehouse.

Back2Basics as an institution - staff, therapy and residents - has shown much growth over the last year and will in turn uproot much of the activity to the Late For The Train coffee warehouse in Flagstaff, Az.

Back2Basics owners Roy DuPrez and Graciela Del Moral were looking for a space that is all-encompassing and provides enough room for years to come. “We are currently full with a waiting list and we needed to create a space that accommodates several activities under one roof: Kung Fu, culinary classes, therapy, administrative offices and family workshops,” said DuPrez.

The treatment center establishes a strong sense of community being an extended program for young men fighting alcohol and drug addiction. By moving to a space that houses all of Back2Basics’ program specialties, Del Moral believes the residents will “have more room to play,” including a commercial sized kitchen for culinary class.

“We involve the residents in many different parts of Back2Basics. This move is indeed something we want them to play a role in,” adds Del Moral.

DuPrez, Del Moral and the rest of the Back2Basics staff are currently juggling a full house - the largest number of residents since the program’s inception - in addition to this move that is set to take place by the end of 2012. There are high hopes of ringing the 2013 year in a new building.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Roy DuPrez

Roy DuPrez
Visit website