About Us

We have worked in counselling for 17 years. Our working experience providing all ranges of treatment modules for opiate, stimulants and alcohol abusers in the clinical settings.
Our clients have ranged from the homeless to rich, from student to top educated citizen.
Living in the struggle of active addiction is not easy. Finding the right way can be just as hard. We know this because we know a lot of people suffering and in need of effective, high-quality care. We have easy-going and approachable personality easily to build a warm, trusted and supportive rapport with clients.
Our result shows successfully decreasing 10% of smoking rate by providing consultation and treatment plan.
We are expertise in Crisis Intervention and Anger management and Skillful in Addiction Counselling, Clinical assessment, Harm reduction, and addiction prevention during Family therapy.

Our Women’s Residential Program prepares adults to lead healthy, drug-free lives. We provide substance use disorder treatment services, individual counseling, peer support and group therapy, as well as relapse prevention and life skills training. On-site support services include vocational, educational, medical, and psychiatric care. We also offer special programs for veterans.

Treatment at our Men’s Program involves individual and group counseling as well as the evidence-based therapeutic interventions that address specific client needs. The Men’s program allows clients to redefine who they are as human beings while addressing views on manhood/rites of passage. Counseling sessions allow our residents to articulate their feelings appropriately.

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Understand yourself

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Addiction is a condition that results when a person ingests a substance (e.g., alcohol, cocaine, nicotine) or engages in an activity (e.g., gambling, sex, shopping) that can be pleasurable but the continuation of which becomes compulsive and interferes with ordinary responsibilities and concerns, such as work, relationships, or health. People who have developed an addiction may not be aware that their behavior is out of control and causing problems for themselves and others.

Addiction is a neurobiological disorder involving compulsive drug seeking and drug taking, despite adverse consequences, with loss of control over drug use (think issues with the “3 Cs”: compulsive, consequences, control)

■ Dependence is the hallmark of substance use disorders and comes in the following forms:

■ Behavioral: substance-seeking activities and pathological use patterns

■ Physical: physiologic withdrawal effects without use

■ Psychological: continuous or intermittent cravings for the substance to avoid dysphoria or attain drug state

COMMON SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF ADDICTION

There is a wide range of physical and psychological symptoms that can indicate a drug addiction problem. These will vary depending upon the specific drug and its mechanism in the brain and body as well the dose used daily, whether or not other drugs including alcohol are also being abused, underlying medical or mental health issues experienced by the individual, and how long the person has been abusing the drug of choice.

However, there are numerous signs and symptoms of drug abuse and addiction that can help family members to recognize the need for treatment when it arises.

These include:

  • Increased physical illness (e.g., cold and flu symptoms) or low energy and complaints of fatigue.
  • Extreme changes in eating patterns (e.g., eating far more than usual or in binges, eating far less than usual, and avoiding food completely for long stretches of time)
  • Extreme changes in sleeping patterns (e.g., spending more time in bed than usual, sleeping at odd hours, or not sleeping for days on end)
  • Development of chronic health disorders related to drug use (e.g., asthma and breathing complications when the drug is smoked, liver damage due to drinking, or heart problems due to heroin or stimulant abuse), including mental health disorders
  • Exacerbation of symptoms of underlying medical or mental health disorders
  • Extreme mood swings that vary with use of different drugs
  • Extreme physical illness (e.g., withdrawal symptoms) that come on quickly and/or disappear quickly with use of the drug of choice
  • Refusal to spend time with family or old friends, manage work and other commitments, manage finance effectively, or prioritize general health and wellness

if the person is unable to stop use and getting high without support, it’s a problem that requires treatment.

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