Treatment & Rehabilitation Program

An addict is a sick person who needs humanistic treatment. Our 90-days Treatment Program for drugs and alcohol addiction is the minimum required treatment program at Safe Care Trust International and serves as the cornerstone for maintaining sobriety. Our 90-Day Program is segmented into three 30-days "Stages", each covering a unique range of appropriate topics and protocols. Over the course of the next 90-days, Clients are presented with an intensive daily regimen which takes place at the Skill House. The schedule includes:
Group Therapy Sessions that Focus on Early Recovery Skills
Relapse Prevention Skills
Social Support in Recovery
Group therapy sessions run 1.5 hours, include up to 12 Client participants, and follow a curriculum-based process and problem solving approach. Individual counseling sessions run 50 minutes, though shorter sessions may be scheduled as a function of the Client's needs or his counselor's request to provide additional support or crisis management.

Treatment of drug addicts usually done in three stages.
Stage 1, Stage 2 and Stage 3

Stage 1
The first 30-days of this core treatment program is referred to as "Stage 1". It begins with an initial overall assessment and stabilization period. During this time our clinical team establishes a formal Individualized Treatment Plan for each Client while seeking to identify the core issues contributing to the addiction and any stumbling blocks to a lasting recovery.

Components of Stage 1:
Comprehensive Client Assessment (family, social, work, health, emotional, spiritual, legal, recovery patterns)
Assessing Client's true motivation for change Identification of core clinical issues
Stabilization (physical and emotional)
Identification of potential relapse risks
Completion of "Family Assessment" PACKET by Client's family

Stage 2
The next 30 days of treatment, or "Stage 2", offers group therapy sessions, as well as generous individual therapy sessions with a licensed therapist who will provide comprehensive treatment and discharge planning. Using a variety of treatment modalities, Clients closely examine the specific behaviors or situations that could trigger relapse. Coping strategies, that are designed to be both positive and life-affirming, are put into practice. Real-time interventions are utilized.

Components of Stage 2:
Exploration and clarification of the Client's understanding of the disease of addiction (mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual)
Development of a detailed plan to address underlying core issues
Demonstration of the continued ability to adhere with increasing consistency to program structure and recovery-based attitudes and behaviors
Attending of all assigned groups
Completion of all specified writing assignments
Individualized family works
Begin exit plan and update treatment plan

Stage 3
During the remaining 30 days of the 90-day Treatment Program, activities are focused around the Client's smooth reentry into his new life of sobriety and personal responsibility. Safe Care Trust International Clients will therefore be familiarized with local 12-Step programs and other community support groups. Personal responsibility is another critical component of continued success after treatment. In Stage 3 Clients will be taught time management and scheduling skills in order to assure that the Client is able to keep his promises, appointments and commitments.

Components of Stage 3:
Developing a range of strategies and behaviors that maximize the Client's chance of success
Providing cognitive behavioral treatment driven by a developmental approach to staying sober
Periodic testing for alcohol, drugs and other substances

The most difficult part of the treatment is rehabilitation in which there is need to motivate a patient to take up a healthy activity preferably away from old places and old company. Drug Rehab is a life-saving process whereby a patient is helped to regain their life and dignity as a human being. Rehabilitation from any addiction can be painful, but when compared to the troubles that drug use brings about it is clear that addiction treatment is by far the better option.

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