Reference for a Parent & Family Member : The Next Step After Treatment And Rehabilitation Programme

What is the next step, after treatment and rehabilitation programme?

Did you know that your support and love is vital in ensuring your loved one remains drug-free in the period of post-rehabilitation?

It cannot be denied that most families as well as society at large have long sustained a negative impression of drug addicts who are trying to break the addiction cycle by undergoing rehabilitation.

This lack of faith could have been due to past experiences of families in which an addicted member relapsed into the habit, breaking hearts with their substance abuse and out-of-control behaviour.

Please keep the faith. These are your own loved ones who are rendered ill by extremely addictive drugs. They need all your support and love to climb out of their present predicament. Our long experience indicates that the longer the patient remains within confines of the programme, the higher their potential for rehabilitation and cure. The effective framework referred to are as follows:

•    Joining a support group.
Hyperlink for AADK treatment section.

•    Employed in a suitable occupation.
Hyperlink for Training and careers.

•    A proper role model.
Hyperlink to support network.

•    Joining relapse prevention programme.

•    Giving back to society.
Hyperlink to Community Involvement.

In truth, you are also in need of help and support. We realize that you are also disheartened and affected by the your loved one’s predicament. You may be able to learn something by sharing your stories with other parents and affected parties. Do join our special programme for co-dependants and family members.

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We also offer cure and care services within the community. Examples include the Cure and Care Service Centre, and the Caring Community House. The programmes at our centre are tailored towards supporting your loved one through his rehabilitation and cure.

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