Rehab for addiction


  • Assessing deterioration of physical health for medicine management.
  • Administering medicines for physically stabilizing patient during and after withdrawal symptoms.
  • Administering psychiatric medicines for stabilizing psychological symptoms that might be stemming out of addiction problem.


  • Through unconditional acceptance
  • Therapeutic support for patient to rediscover his rational and trustworthy side.
  • By providing secure environment to patient to open up about own vulnerabilities and work on them
  • By presenting them with recovering and motivated addict patients as role models and sponsors to AA and NA meetings.
  • Restoring value system to help patients experience and practice honesty, open-mindedness and willingness to change. These are three values are considered as important for recovery.
  • By providing stress free work routine based on principles of swawlamban. This establishes a consistent tendency to engage in meaningful work and derive pleasure and provisions through it.
  • Family counseling for better adaptation of patient with family. This aspect is of immense importance as family has a greater role in continuing treatment and abstinence after discharge.
  • Establishing realistic attainable goals for patient to achieve while in rehabilitation and post discharge as well.
  • Building orientation to AA, NA, Al-anon and Al-teen (for spouses and children of addict patients). Educating patients regarding taking continuous support of self-help groups to maintain abstinence.
  • Marital counseling sessions for disturbed relationships.
  • Helping patients seek stress free yet meaningful work or activity options. This helps a person get happiness out of healthy sources.


Steps of the Addiction Rehab Process

The specific steps of a person’s addiction rehabilitation process will vary according to the type of addiction, the treatment plan used, and the individual seeking rehab. However, all recovery processes tend to share certain key elements:

  • Detoxification (detox).
  • Rehabilitation (rehab).
  • Ongoing Recovery.

If you have any questions concerning the rehab process or your individual journey to recovery, please call 9552503202/10/12 to speak with one of our treatment support advisors who will answer your questions while maintaining optimum confidentiality.


13 Key Principles of Addiction Treatment

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, there are a number of key principles to keep in mind when starting a drug or alcohol treatment program:

  1. Addiction not only affects your behavior but also affects your brain.
  2. Treating addiction as early as possible is important for successful outcomes.
  3. You do not have to go in voluntarily for treatment in order for it to be effective. Many individuals are compelled to go to rehab by the court system, their place of employment, or family or friends — and they are still able to achieve recovery once they go through the program.
  4. There is no one-size-fits-all solution to treatment. Different treatments and facilities work more effectively for different people.
  5. Effective treatment should holistically address all areas of your life — not just your substance abuse or addiction.
  6. Mental health conditions are often linked to drug addiction and should also be evaluated and addressed in your treatment.
  7. Treatment programs should also assess for any coexisting infectious diseases such as HIV, hepatitis, and tuberculosis.
  8. You must commit enough time to treatment in order to effectively overcome your addiction.
  9. Physical detox is important but is only the first stage of treatment. Long-term behavioral change usually requires a process of behavioral therapy and ongoing support.
  10. The most common form of treatment is behavioral therapy — which may involve some combination of group, family, and individual therapy.
  11. Pharmaceutical treatment is often necessary in conjunction with therapy.
  12. Good treatment programs will monitor you for any possible relapses throughout the course of treatment.
  13. Treatment plans should be continually revised to meet your changing needs and circumstances.