Recovery tourism is a relatively new phenomenon, where people in recovery from substance use disorders travel on sober vacations ranging from cruises to safaris to more adventurous trips on sports-related tours involving scuba-diving, surfing or hiking. Over the past ten years, several dozen people have traveled to Ghana through Recovery Africa and our partner in Ghana, Hopeful Way Foundation. They traveled from the United States, Canada, Europe and are generally in recovery or are professionals who work in addiction, treatment and prevention of substance use disorders. The visitors are accommodated at the Hopeful Way House, one of the Men’s Oxford Houses, The House of St. Francis, or have lived with families. We are now featuring a Bed & Breakfast specifically for people who are in recovery and want to have their own private space at the Hopeful Way House. While in Ghana visitors will stay in a substance-free environment where they can choose to either spend their entire time sightseeing or can visit recovery programs.
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Lodging and other information
Room to be occupied through Recovery Africa, a 501(c)(3), EIN 46-5213465.
Tel: (202)230-7465 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Occupants to be in long term recovery or otherwise approved by Recovery Africa
Payments for rooms to be paid in advance in the form of donations to Recovery Africa
Full Breakfast (Ghanaian or Continental)
Cost of a room is US$50.00 for an adult. And US$10.00 for an additional adult
No use of tobacco, alcohol or other drugs while in Ghana
Laundry services available on request
Opportunity to participate in recovery programs/activities
Transportation to town and tourist sites could be arranged
Main gate closed by Midnight and opened by 5:00 a.m.