It’s a fact: just like diabetes, heart disease, and other chronic conditions, addiction is a medical illness that requires professional treatment. If a person has high blood sugar levels, for example, they reach out to a trained professional for help to get their disease under control. Addiction is in the same category: if you are experiencing the symptoms of addiction, you need clinical assistance, compassionate support, and access to the tools and skills you’ll need to manage your disease long term.
We’re here to help people recover from a real, treatable medical illness so they can reclaim their lives and achieve their full potential. We offer a comprehensive care package for patients suffering from drug dependence/ addiction/ abuse/harmful use. The service runs in both outpatient and indoor setting, with close liaison between the two settings.
Inside your body, addiction impacts the way different parts of your brain function and communicate with one another. Those changes can have a dramatic effect on the brain’s reward system, which helps you identify what activities and sensations are pleasurable and prompts you to seek them out. These changes can also affect impulse control, judgment, and behaviour. As a result, the patient loses the ability to control the intake of the substance or becomes dependent on it for regular functioning
Common symptoms of addiction include distorted thinking, impaired decision making, physical dependence, and craving. Like any chronic illness, addiction can change your life dramatically and impact the people you love. When the brain’s circuitry isn’t working properly, it can impact you physically, emotionally, socially, and spiritually. People struggling with substance use disorders may suffer a variety of negative consequences, such as developing health problems, becoming depressed, experiencing a crisis of faith, losing a job, failing a class, getting evicted, spending time in jail, or experiencing other personal setbacks that are due, at least in part, to this disease
When you trust us to help you begin your recovery journey, we take that responsibility very seriously. Your safety is our number one concern
Patients undergo a comprehensive assessment involving pre-admission counselling based upon the principles of Motivational Enhancement therapy to prepare the patients for undergoing the treatment.
Hospitalization involves the management of withdrawal symptoms with medication and psychological support offered both to the patient and their families.
Patients with alcohol addiction are also encouraged to attend Alcohol Anonymous groups run locally both during their indoor stay and post-discharge.
Post-discharge patients are followed up in outpatient clinic where they receive ongoing treatment for the maintenance of de-addiction and psychological support for relapse prevention.
Medical detox clients are monitored 24/7 by our medical team to reduce the risk of complications and help minimize discomfort during detox.
If you or your loved ones are dealing with significant ongoing physical or mental health issues, this intensive post-detox option might be the best choice for you.
A partial hospitalization program (PHP) provides a structured, outpatient opportunity to receive treatment and practice your sobriety in the real world. It is often offered as a step-down option after residential treatment. At least 6 hours a day, at least 5 days a week.
An IOP lets you work toward recovery while keeping up with home, work and family obligations; it can also serve as a vital step-down period from residential treatment or a PHP. At least 3 hours per day, at least 3 days per week.
In traditional outpatient treatment, you and your provider(s) determine how often you’ll meet, typically on a long-term basis
The Following Benefits Are Available To Alcohol/Drug De-Addiction Participants:
A drug/alcohol de-addiction program ensures abstinence from addictive substances as its main objective. Additionally, healthy lifestyle changes and improvements in relationships with family and friends improved employment opportunities (if present), and decreased relapse rates can also be secondary outcomes. Alcohol/drug de-addiction Program will be customized to each client's needs by creating a Person-Centered Plan, which assists one in identifying goals, needs, preferences, and possibilities in their treatment and life.