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If you have any doubts reagarding Addiction please have a look on the below faq's for clarification.

Can Addiction be treated?
Yes. Addiction can be treated successfully. There has been significant scientific research over the years in the field of addiction and its treatment. This has led to the development of evidence-based interventions in substance use disorders that helps people stop abusing alcohol and other drugs and resume sober, productive lives.
Is there a cure for addiction?
Addiction is a chronic illness. That means it is incurable; however it is treatable. Like other incurable diseases such as diabetes or heart disease, it can be managed successfully. Treatment helps the affected person to counter addiction’s powerful disruptive effects on the brain and behaviour of the addict. If treatment is adhered to, the addict can regain control and achieve balance in their lives.
Does a relapse mean that addiction treatment has failed?
Not really. The disease of addiction is chronic. Thant means that a relapse is likely at any time – just as a relapse is likely in other chronic medical conditions, such as diabetes, hypertension, asthma or heart disease. These diseases also have physical and behaviourial components. Treatment involves changing thinking and behaviour patterns. Therefore a relapse does not mean treatment has failed. It only means that the treatment has to be reviewed or reinforced.
How can medications help in drug addiction treatment?
There are different types of medications useful at different stages of treatement.This helps in stop abusing drugs, stays in treatment, and prevent relapse. When a person stop using alcohol or drugs, he or she may experience variety of uncomfortable physical and emotional symptoms. There are certain medications to reduce these symptoms and make this stage easier. Some medications may be used during treatment to help the brain adapt gradually to the absence of the abused drug. These medications help in minimizing cravings, thereby helping the addict to focus on counselling and psychotherapeutic inputs. Addiction experts have identified that certain triggers such as stress and cues linked to the individual’s drug and alcohol using experience cause a person to get into a relapse mode. Medications are being developed to counter such triggers and help the person sustain his or her recovery.
What about the duration of treatment?
Since addiction is a chronic condition, recovery is a lifelong process. Actually, treatment may be viewed as a continual process of relapse prevention. However, when the individual starts the treatment process, he may be in an outpatient or residential setting. This intense period is crucial in initiating a sustainable treatment. However, research has indicated that a minimum of three months (90 days) is required to effectively manage withdrawals, provide therapies and prepare the addict to enter a new life.
How does the security system work in the centre?
Security guards and CCTV cameras are located on every floor, except inside the residential rooms. Ours is a closed rehab and permission is needed for clients to exit the facility.
When and how can families communicate with their loved ones?
The assigned counsellor is the point of contact between family and the institution and can be reached during working hours.
Is there a therapy team?
Yes, a qualified and experienced therapy team with different educational backgrounds and experience work together to provide optimal personalized care to the client. Click here for more about our team
Is the patient allowed any kind of physical fitness?
All patients are provided with basic exercise facilities that they can utilise at their leisure time; apart from this there is daily Yoga.
Who looks after the medication for the patient?
We have nursing staff and medical personnel on site 24/7.
What are the medical facilities like?
Apart from the resident medical officer, a senior physician and psychiatrist visit regularly to check on the clients. However, it must be stressed that ours is not a full-fledged medical facility and the client will be shifted to a speciality hospital in case of any acute medical eventuality. Families are required to attend immediately on being notified.
What happens after the treatment?
After the discharge, we recommend the clients and the families to follow-up with us at least once a month in person, via phone so as to address ongoing challenges in early recovery. We recommend these follow-up sessions for 12 to 18 months post discharge. Meanwhile, both the clients and the families are expected to attend self-help group meetings in their neighbourhood for a better prognosis.