Treatment Plan

Inpatient treatment program remove addicts from their old ways of life and place them into a medically supervised treatment facility. This inpatient care helps to eliminate stress by removing the individual from temptation and the ability to relapse, both during the detox and rehabilitation processes. In most inpatient rehabilitation programs, 24-hour medical supervision during detox is provided.

Oftentimes, patients are restricted from contacting family and friends during the first portion of the rehabilitation process. This allows them to focus solely on their recovery without distractions from the outside world. Over time, family members and close friends may be invited to participate in visiting days or family therapy sessions. This helps to build the support system that is so crucial to recovering addicts once they leave the rehab facility.

STEPS OF THE ADDICTION REHABILITATION PROCESS

The journey to a healthy, sober life is not a quick and easy one. It is a lifelong commitment of dedication and hard work that is well worth the effort. Like any journey, the road to sobriety begins with simple steps forward.

The specific steps of one’s addiction rehabilitation process will vary according to the addiction, the treatment plan used, and the individual; however, all recovery processes share certain similarities. Our treatment duration for drug addicts is of 3 months but the duration may vary to the clients recovery. The plan has been divided into three major steps which are;

1 .DETOXIFICATION

Most drug and all alcohol addictions require a detox program before the start of the rehabilitation program. This process of detoxification removes all traces of drugs and alcohol from the body in some cases. In other cases, maintenance medication may be given to counteract the withdrawal symptoms associated with certain drugs, such as opiate, prescription drugs and heroin.

The severity of the detox process varies from person to person, depending on the substance in question, how long they took the drug and at what dosage levels, and if there are any other addictions involved. When a person takes a drug or consumes alcohol regularly, the body becomes accustomed to having certain levels of the substance in it. Once the substance is removed, the body can go into a type of shock, causing withdrawal symptoms to occur.

According to the US National Library of Medicine, some withdrawal symptoms can occur immediately, but most usually occur within 24 hours after the last dose. With drawl symptoms In this step we the client receives medications against withdrawal. Symptoms occur after using stops that specific drug. The client receives medications to control his craving as well. Detoxification period goes for 25 to 30 days which starts immediately after admission of client in the trust.

2 .RECOVERY

RECOVERY

Recovery is a lifelong process that an addict must work at for the rest of their life. Prior to leaving an addiction treatment program, the patient will meet with counselors to discuss a plan for aftercare.Mind Care Rehab Center facilities offer follow-up programs to assist the patient as they return to normal life.

These may include:

• Weekend stays back at the rehab center when the individual feels a touch-up stay is needed.

• A patient may live in a sober living facility for a while with other recovering addicts before returning home.

• While in a sober living facility, recovering addicts perform:

• Work at an outside job

• Participate in group therapy sessions

• Chores

This offers a supportive transitional time for recovering addicts before being thrown back into “normal” life.

3 .REHABILITATION

This step starts after detoxification period this rehab period goes for 30 to 80 days. This step contains spiritual days. This step contains spiritual development (12 steps recovery program organized by American psychiatric association in 1935).

why rehabilitation Provides a safe environment Provides skills and attitude to support life style changes Maybe the best option for those with a history of repeated relapse, those with more severe and complicated dependence, or with limited social support and poor living skill.

4 .RELIGIOUS

Therapy The Islamic therapy solely cures a victim of drugs through spiritual healing courses that involve the victims and their immediate family members and friends. Some of the functions of the Islamic therapy include: Curing the victim spiritually from within Restoring faith in God Regaining confidence enough to confess his or her feelings before God Complete submission to Allah.

Teaches an individual overcome the root cause that led to drugs be it a family issue, stress, peer pressure, work pressure, anxiety, failed relationships, depression etc. Instills a fear of God within the affected soul so that there are lesser chances of relapse once the individual comes out of alcohol addiction. They will now think twice before becoming alcoholic again as this will now look like a sin to the victim.

5 . PSYCHOLOGICAL & COUNSELING SESSIONS

In this step the client receives/attend 4 individual therapeutic sessions & 1 family session for the sake of family orientation and establishment in interpersonal relationship.

 

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