Houghton House Addiction Treatment Programmes
- Inpatient treatment spans both primary care (4-6 weeks)
- Secondary care Extended Care(4-12 weeks)
- Outpatient treatment Evenings and Weekends includes full-time group therapy treatment, addiction recovery and private counselling sessions.
- Tertiary Care Halfway Houses
- Long Term Care.
- Medical aids and Hospital Plans do cover much of drug addiction treatment costs.
Addiction treatment options may include, interventions, dual diagnosis, mental health and relapse prevention support. We offer the full continuum care helping patients with commonly abused drugs and other types of therapy.
First Steps in Addiction Treatment
Many people, the first step toward recovery is coming to terms with their personal struggle with substance dependence. The next step is which approaches for drug addiction recovery are considered and a treatment programme that will help restore health, well-being and life. Patients with severe forms of addiction, opioid dependence, prescription drug or other illicit drug cooccurring disorders may have to do a medically assisted detox to overcome withdrawal symptoms before the rehab process takes place. After our treatment programme, it is always recommended to continue the lessons learned in residential treatment by attending ongoing support groups and therapy sessions.
Medical Assessments and Counselling
Services like medical assessments, individual, family therapy and group counselling, supervised recreational activities, and treatment approaches are incorporated into each of our addiction treatment outpatient rehab and inpatient programmes.
Lengths of stay for addiction recovery are structured to accommodate the individual needs of recovering addicts at various points in their recovery. From treatments for substance abuse, detoxification and reintegration into the community.
It’s crucial to choose the right rehab. Our rehab centres programmes and treatment facilities accommodate all levels of care in inpatient rehab or intensive outpatient treatment programmes. Our services dealing with abuse and mental health are delivered in a step-down manner. Decreasing in intensity as the client progresses through treatment options for substance abuse.
Treatment Options for Substance Abuse and Approaches for Addiction Treatment
Houghton House professionals at South Africas top Addiction Treatment centres look below the surface of commonly abused drugs and types of therapy to delve into abuse treatment detail that can complicate and contribute to self-harming addictive behaviour patterns. If it’s an issue of dealing and struggling with mental health, bipolar disorder, eating disorders or even mental illness.
Our addiction recovery treatment programme is based on evidence-based cognitive behavioural therapy, educational, and medical practices. To promote and support relapse prevention in individuals. As they move into recovery and begin living a constructive life. Houghton House professional staff follow a proven and effective treatment programme based on the 12step programmes and the Minnesota Model. This programme addresses addiction, treatment and health issues that can stand between you and your lifelong recovery.
The recovery process of drug addicts from addiction isn’t easy. Drug abusers and alcoholics in residential treatment attempting to maintaining long-term sobriety find it takes a significant amount of willpower and self-discipline to achieve but, you’re never alone in your journey. Building strong relationships with others in recovery who can relate to what you’re going through is important and part of the process. Family, friends and other loved ones are also important and have your best interests at heart during this time.
The road to recovery for recovering addicts is dependent on types of treatment and relies on how much is put into the process of the recovery from drug or alcohol substance abuse
- For more information on dealing with alcohol or substance abuse and getting your loved one or self into rehab to start a new life, call Houghton House now:office hours: 011 787 914224/7 emergency helpline: 079 770 7532
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