Addiction treatment is highly personalized and requires the support of the individual's family or community.
Treatment may take long time. Since addiction is a chronic condition with a range of psychological and physical effects. Each substance or behavior may require different management.
Addiction is a chronic disease which is a long –lasting condition that can be controlled but not cured. About 25-50% people with a substance use problem appear to have severe, chronic disorder.For them addiction is a progressive, relapsing disease that requires intensive treatments and continuing aftercare monitoring and family and peer support to manage their recovery.
The good news is that even the most severe chronic form of the disorder can be manageable reversible, usually with long term treatment and continued monitoring and support for recovery. Addiction causes physical and mental side effects. Physical side effects include cravings and withdrawal symptoms, and mental side effects include increased stress and feelings of depression, anxiety or loneliness.
Our treatment focuses on the genetic and environmental causes of addiction. It also treats the physical and mental side effects.