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Welcome to our Harm Reduction Centre


Jorgs Harm Reduction Centre is the first fully fledged Harm Reduction facility in Kenya. It is funded and run by Jorgs Trust, a charitable organization registered in Kenya in the year 2004. The centre was started in 2016 and is recognized by Nacada.

It is a partly in-patient/residential rehabilitation centre located in a serene region of Kiambu county with a view of Migaa Golf Estate and close proximity to Tatu City. Only 25km from Nairobi City it is the ideal location for anyone who needs some time away without losing touch with the your work and obligations. We have a bed capacity of eight patients in a privacy-type setting.

What is Harm Reduction?

Our Program

From the chaos of using it can be too much to start thinking about the what, where and how of getting started in recovery. For this reason we offer a harm reduction program; it’s not a cure, but it will give you a chance to think about your priorities in a peaceful environment supported by professional and caring staff. Your recovery starts with a process to establish your physical and emotional safety and provide you with a personal treatment plan based on an assessment of your needs and wishes. The introductory process lets you do this without any commitment to the nature of the treatment program you decide on for your future. Our professional and helpful staff will take you through this process and give you time to begin to recover your emotional, mental and physical strength. During the Harm Reduction Program, you can think about your priorities – what’s important to you and how to achieve this, make a plan and then start putting that plan into action. The plan may be to go on to our main programs or it may involve using other treatment resources, for example, stabilizing medications, anti-abuse medication or whatever you decide.

Treatment Period & Fees*

We understand that we are treating individuals therefore we believe in flexibility – many clients stay for three weeks, and others stay longer than six weeks. *Fees are subject to change

  • 14


  • 6,000

    Kenyan Shillings