When it comes to drug addiction rehabilitation programs, there is no shortage of options out there but it's important to find a program that is a good match for you. If you feel comfortable with the facility you've chosen, you're more likely to stick with the program and see it through to its end, increasing your chances of long-term health and sobriety.
Our residential treatment program is intended to remove addicts from their old lifestyle by placing them into a medically supervised treatment facility. This helps to eliminate stress by removing the individual from temptation and the ability to take drugs or relapse, both during the detox and rehabilitation processes. 24-hour medical supervision during detox is provided. Patients are restricted from contacting family and friends during the first phase of the rehabilitation process. This allows them to focus on their recovery without the 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.
Detoxification is the first phase of drug addiction treatment. It safely manages the symtomps caused while abstaining drugs in the primary stage. There are several difficulties including vomiting, nausea, headeches
As addiction is a disease which effects both psychologicaly and physicaly. it is crucial that patients undergo a vast treatent procedure.
Detox alone may help the patient to remove the physical difficulties, but in the long run, the patient becomes highly vaunarable to relapse. our next treatment phase is the heart of our whole treatment model. it is based on theraputic community and counselling
Our three month residential treatment provides 24/7 care, in non -hospital settings. AMC's residential treatment model is therapeutic community with a religiuos routine and with a learning of 12 steps as it is very neccessary in the after care period which is needed in the patients recovery journey. This program use the program’s entire community—including other residents, follow-ups, volunteers, staff, and the social context—as active components of treatment. Addiction is viewed in the context of an individual’s social, spiritual and psychological deficits, and treatment focuses on developing personal accountability and responsibility as well as socially productive lives. Treatment is highly structured as per organogram and can be confrontational at times, with activities designed to help residents examine damaging beliefs, self-concepts, and destructive patterns of behavior and adopt new, more harmonious and constructive ways to interact with others. A virtual world inside the treatment center premises is created and the patients are trained to live this life to achieve clean and sober living helped by the counseling from top professionals.
Think of it this way: While clients are in a residential or full-time drug addiction treatment program, it is like being in a basic training for the armed services. Once they leave, they have to apply what they know. they are in an actual war zone. Suddenly their situation becomes dangerous, but their skills are new and unpracticed. They now need continued professional help and informal support from friends and family more than ever, because they are moving out of the theory and into the practice of living a drug- free life.
While they are completing their residential drug addiction treatment program, they do not face the temptations of drug-using friends and familiar places where they used to buy and use drugs. During their treatment program, the other clients and the staff do not expect them to use drugs as long as they are with them. However, once they go home, they are back to all their old familiar temptations. Unless they are included in their recovery process, the people who knew them as a substance abuser will expect them to return to their old habits.
Our follow-up care include attending support meetings, continuing in individual counseling, family counseling or marriage counseling with their spouse and other family members, and applying the skills they learned in their treatment. They are send to regular leaves for family reunion & getting familiar in their old places The skills taught in their program might include relaxation training and using physical exercise to reduce stress. They also have to apply techniques they learned to deal with drug cravings and “triggers,” which are people, events, or experiences that may entice they to use drugs. A trigger can be running into old drug-using friends or dealers, being at a party where people are using drugs, or even feeling a certain emotion that they used to numb with drug use. They can talk about these situations in individual counseling and at their support meetings.