"Anyone can escape the hell of drugs if they decide to take the first big step, ask for help and accept it."
- Betty Ford -

Almost all addicts initially believe that they can stop taking drugs on their own, and most of them even try to do so before going for treatment. However, most of these attempts end in failure to achieve permanent abstinence. Research has shown that long-term drug abuse causes significant changes in brain function, which remain and persist long after an individual stops using the drug. These changes have many behavioral consequences, including the compulsion to take drugs despite the negative consequences, which is the basic characteristic of addiction.

Our treatment programs offer a combination of therapies and services that are created individually and depend on age, race, culture, sexual orientation, gender, parenthood, accommodation and employment, to meet the needs of each patient individually.

It is an individualized plan and program that is implemented under the vigilant supervision of the clinical team and which is changed and adjusted daily in accordance with the clinical progress and individual needs of the patient. The duration of treatment depends on the severity of the problem and continuous clinical assessments. Based on that, the level of necessary care for each patient and the length of stay in our institution are determined.

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