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Why ADDICT needs Rehabilitation Treatment?

Drug Addiction Rehabilitation Rehabilitation is an abstinence-based treatment facility which provide an intense programme of support and care aimed at people who have difficulty becoming drug free in the society.

Those who have become addicted do not realize is that long-term drug use has actually made significant changes in their brain function which continue long after they quit using. Their use of drugs may have changed the brain's functional system so that they have a compulsion to continue to seek and use drugs even when it is their best intention to stop. The biological changes that have taken place in the brain due to drug use can produce an addiction, that causes the addict to continue to crave drugs in spite of negative consequences. Also making it more difficult for someone to quit using drugs on their own is having to deal with a wide variety of relapse triggers that can come from stress from work or home, social encounters or even music, smells, people, places, things and situations. Many addicts with the best intentions of staying clean have failed to do so by ignoring the warning signs leading up to a drug or alcohol relapse.

Fortunately, for those who are dependent on drugs and who want to quit, research also indicates that even the most severely addicted people can learn to live clean and sober if they actively participate in a treatment program.


Counseling
Counseling is needed to learn how to live your life again without turning to substances to manage the psychosocial issues, and stressors of day-to-day life. Quitting substance use is not that difficult for many. After long-term use, addiction takes on the role of being a coping mechanism in one's life. Thus, you will need support and counseling to learn new ways and methodologies to cope with life if you are to sustain ongoing recovery. Therefore counseling, and its role in these processes are essential to attaining the prized goal of recovery.

Drug and alcohol abuse get put into place by numerous forces so addressing it also requires a complex approach. At the end of the day, the decision to quit must come from the person - but beyond that - assistance with enhancing motivation to stay sober, creating new social networks, learning coping strategies, getting connected to resources in the community, are all best conducted with the assistance of a professional Counsellor to deal with these issues and to help the person avoid relapse.


Drug Addiction Rehabilitation
  • The Treatment programme in the Rehabilitation Centre includes the following activities:
    • Individual Counseling.
    • Family Counseling.
    • Group Counseling.
    • Twelve Step Program Recovery Principles.
    • Chemical Dependency Education.
    • Positive Peer Culture.
    • Spirituality awareness.
    • Relapse prevention.
    • Development Model of Recovery (DMR).
    • Helping Clients to understand their current emotions, actions and behaviors.
    • Helping Clients to change their existing habits and thought patterns associated with Drug/alcohol.