This is an initiative to help young children and adults come out of their drug or alcohol problems and begin their lives all over again. We have been successful in restoring seventy percent of the cases out of the total that came to us.
We work with a team of qualified doctors and use therapy, homoeopathy and total life support from the NGO itself to re build the patient s life.

The Treatment Consists of Three Stages:

Removing
Restoring
Re building

Removing

At this stage the patient is taken away from the environment which promotes drugs. At times
this can be hard as the people who supply the drug to the patient usually don’t let go easily.

This is where we step in and protect and safe guard the interest of the patient and at times the patient itself. The use of therapy helps the patient in understanding why this is important and we give the patient emotional support to deal with withdrawal symptoms. The homoeopathy mediation serves a vital role in this as well.

Restoring

Once the patient has managed to remain clean we begin restoration. In this process we help the patient bring back the desire to move on and live. Patients involved in drug abuse usually get into drug abuse due to emotional issues. At this stage we help the patient resolve those emotional issues and prepare them to be mentally strong and begin planning their life ahead.

Re building

This is the final stage and requires a lot of patience and is a slow day to day process. We let the patient establish contact with a larger group of people than before and at times even old friends who were aware of the drug problem or at times even a part of it. The patient is encouraged to test their own mental strength against the use of drugs and we counsel at each step to re assure them of their confidence and strengthen their belief to live a drug free life.

This process may also involve the patient to begin a new job or to begin studies with a new focus and actually make up for all the time they lost while they were suffering from drug abuse and lagging in their responsibilities of life.