KETHEA has created programs tailored to the needs of people who differ in age, marital status, degree of involvement with substances and type of addiction.

KETHEA runs programs for:

• adolescents, providing them with treatment that reflects the extent and level of their addiction;
• adults, providing both residential and non-residential programs;
• employees, providing evening programs they can attend after work;
• dependent parents, providing childcare support during sessions;
• people who have trouble with alcohol and gambling as well as new or ‘legal’ addictions like the Internet or video games;
• different ethnic and religious groups, immigrants and refugees, providing intercultural programs that respect the participants’ linguistic and cultural identities;
• users who are current or former prison inmates;
• homeless users, providing street-work programs and law threshold units.

All KETHEA programs also provide support to addicts’ families.