Individualized Therapeutic Intervention Plan for Consumption and/or Abuse of Toxic substances in Young People

Managed from the Solution-Centred Systemic Constructivist Model and the Transtheoretical Model of Change, a Team of Professionals will accompany them on an itinerary where young people can grow and gain responsibilities in the safest possible environment. The framework set out below with placement for the duration of a school year, contains the following steps and resources:

Targeted Therapeutic Sessions

Between 5 and 10 sessions with Third Generation Therapies guided by qualified professionals:
1st Session with parents/family members and youth in question.
2nd Session Planning short- and medium-term goals.
3rd Session Planning weekend home-visits.
4ª Halfway Session Coordinated with the Zero Drugs Team. Between 1 and 5 sessions.
5th Session Closing, Reinforcement, Continuity and Relapse Prevention.
Group sessions from the beginning of the therapeutic process.

Weekly Analysis

Lab and Follow-up Plan. Analysis of results. Identification of use and the function it represents, or the need to which it responds, in each individual situation. Prevention of the use of other toxic substances. In cases of stagnation in progression, toxic/dependence abuse or relapses in the abstinence process — participation in the Detoxification Unit for a month in a village in the Sierra de Salamanca, a pioneering program implemented between a Team of Educators, therapists, youth leaders trained in the Therapeutic model and social/community network of the municipality (Volunteers, Association of Neighbors and Mayor). Under the coordination of Scientific Criteria for Psychiatry, Biology, Psychology, Ecology and Ethnography.

Participation in Quarterly Technical Meetings with Dual Pathology Psychiatry Service of the Hospital Clínico of Salamanca for case analysis.

Complementary intervention strategy from the Santiago Tres Therapeutic Community, under supervision by JCyL — Regional Commissioner for Drugs —

School Support Plan

With a view to making the most of all the formal training resources we offer, from Vocational Training, Ecyl and the Animation School. We wish for you to make the most of your time building a Curriculum that increases your opportunities.

Learn to Take Care of Yourself Scheme

It includes monitoring supported by theValidating Emotional Bonding Theory, customized Healthy Habits, attention to what we eat with a personalized and group nutrition program, physical activity and sports with the Club Deportivo, rest and Mindfulnesspractice for emotional adjustment and stress management, and compulsive behavior associated with the use of drugs.


It includes cultivating hobbies that become Healthy Hobbies, such as Circus School, Theater, Cinema, Music, Dance, Pottery, Drawing, Languages with European Volunteers and Directed Studies. We work on disproportionate reactions as a result of the consumption of toxic substances through Psychodrama and its mirrored vision viewed in Cinema and Theater. We offer a Philosophical Framework of Reference through art, where passion is the language. For example Working with Clay with a professional we can experience love for what we do, giving us another perspective, another aspect to our self-esteem and emotions.

Emancipation Project

For young people who are close to or have already reached the legal age of adulthood, it includes First Employment, Mentored Emancipation Accommodation and Accompaniment Service for Bureaucratic Procedures.

RED Volunteering Service

Seeks contact with groups of peers in healthy and safe environments, in contact with nature. From the entity itself we manage a Wild Animal Recovery Centre and an Environmental Education Centre, a Shelter for undocumented migrants, and several projects of Ecological Production and Construction.

Work as a development assistant in the South of Morocco

During the 2 months of Summer, with 5 places available for young people who follow this itinerary.

Continued training

From Educators and the Technical Team with individualized courses in an institutional setting, such as the Regional Government of Castilla and León, and others of a private nature carried out by the Association of Educators Casa Escuela Santiago Uno.