Residential Facility

Treatments can occur in multiple settings, take many different types, and last for various periods of time. Drug addiction is classically a primary, chronic, progressive and fatal disease characterized by relapses. In residential treatment, the drug addict is skilled to break old patterns of behaviors and habits and to learn new skills to manage his disease in order to live a healthy life. Persons with severe drug addictions and co-occurring mental disorders commonly need standard treatment of 27th months (a minimum of 3 months in-door).

The treatment aims to treat addicts and support them in making the necessary changes in their lives that will enable them to live drug-free. Early in treatment, the drug addict initiates a therapeutic process of behavior change. In residential treatment, they are provided with medical and psychological treatment. Medications are an important part to manage the withdrawal symptoms. In psychological treatment, they are helped to learn skills to maintain abstinence and prevent relapse.

 ours follow up plan, we provide 27th months of extensive follow- up. In this program, he or she addresses other problems related to drug abuse and learns how to manage them and developing a healthier approach to the issues of cravings, anger, stress, increasing feelings of self-esteem, and regaining joy and pleasure in recovery. This treatment also includes monitoring drug use through urinalysis or other objective methods, as part of treatment.