Founded in January 2001 A treatment model based on the Minnesota Model, USA, Rama uses the 12 steps of Alcoholic/Narcotic Anonymous as the guideline to recovery along with various interpersonal and transpersonal therapies facilitated by a team of experienced counsellors and therapists.
The core team is constantly guided by Mr. Ajay Kr. Singh I.P.S. (Retired) and Mr. Satya Yadav – Businessman, Health Enthusiast/Sports Person and Philanthropist.
Drug addiction, also called substance use disorder, is a disease that affects a person's brain and behavior and leads to an inability to control the use of a legal or illegal drug or medication. Substances such as alcohol, marijuana and nicotine also are considered drugs. When you're addicted, you may continue using the drug despite the harm it causes.
The risk of addiction and how fast you become addicted varies by drug. Let us herby also let you know that ALCOHOL is also a drug. As time passes, you may need larger doses of the drug to get high. Soon you may need the drug just to feel good. As your drug use increases, you may find that it's increasingly difficult to go without the drug. Attempts to stop drug use may cause intense cravings and make you feel physically ill (withdrawal symptoms).
You may need help from your doctor, family, friends, support groups or an organized treatment program to overcome your drug addiction and stay drug-free.
Vision and Mission
Chemical Dependency or Addiction as it is widely known is a pandemic that is found its way to millions of households, families and society. Unfortunately, unknown to many, The World Health Organization declared Chemical Dependency as a disease in the 1950’s.
Due to the stigmatisation attached, many unfortunate families suffer, not knowing that there is a solution.
Before despairing, let it also be known that addiction is a disease that is arrestable and treatable like any other disease.
This is where Rama De-addiction and Rehabilitation Center makes available its facility to provide the provision for care and intervention.
Treatment is residential. It requires the client to be in residential care for a period of 4 to 6 months. However, treatment facilitation is client specific subject to assessment by counsellors/therapists.
A treatment model based on the Minnesota Model, USA, Rama uses the 12 steps of Alcoholic/Narcotic Anonymous as the guideline to recovery along with various interpersonal and transpersonal therapies facilitated by a team of experienced counsellors and therapists.
Addiction is a disease – incurable, progressive and fatal. Leading to untimely death, jail or mental health institution for the affected and associated trauma for the afflicted.
Addiction recovery requires an everyday commitment to sober living. Whether you are in your first month of recovery or have just achieved your first decade.
Initial withdrawal management is done under the guidance of a psychiatrist and physician. This is done by allopathic medicines only.
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What to expect in Rama
A Closer Look at What's Involved in Addiction Treatment Addiction doesn't happen overnight. It's a gradual progression—and so is the treatment and recovery process. In recognizing addiction as a chronic disease and recovery as a new way of living, treatment at the Rama Rehab De-Addiction & Rehabilitation Centre Betty Ford Foundation is individualized, collaborative and occurs over the long term through a continuum of care and support. Our treatment goals and expectations are designed to ensure you have the best opportunity to learn, change and heal.
Detox and Withdrawal
Because heavy and sustained alcohol or other drug use takes an enormous toll on physical and emotional health, a detox period might be needed before you will be able to benefit from rehab.
If you are admitted to any of our inpatient rehab programs, your care will begin with a 24-hour medically supervised detoxification period, sometimes longer depending on your situation. Learn more about drug and alcohol detox. In order to be admitted to our outpatient rehab programs, you must be medically stable. Our outpatient programs do not have medical units.
Assessment and Evaluations
When you first arrive at the Rama Rehab De-Addiction & Rehabilitation Centre Betty Ford Foundation, you will meet with a clinician to review and discuss:
- 1. Your physical and mental health
- 2. Types of substances used
- 3. Family history
- 4. Other variables related to the disease of addiction
Understanding all aspects of your health and wellbeing helps us develop the best possible rehab plan for you.
Addiction rehab has its own culture and community. We'll help you get oriented right from the start by introducing you to basic addiction treatment concepts and goals, including:
- 1. The disease model of addiction
- 2. Twelve Step recovery principles
- 3. The social, physical, emotional, impact of substance use disorder
- 4. The importance of post-rehab recovery management
Your orientation will also cover patient rights, responsibilities and confidentiality laws.
Drug and alcohol rehab comes in slightly different structures and intensities across Rama Rehab De-Addiction & Rehabilitation Centre Betty Ford, but an abstinence-based, Twelve Step approach that incorporates evidence-based practices is core to all of our programs. Whether a residential or outpatient rehab program is recommended for you, your core treatment activities will include:
- 1. Individual therapy
- 2. Educational lectures
- 3. Group therapy
- 4. Special-focus groups (e.g., trauma, grief, healthy relationships)
Length of Addiction Rehab
Throughout treatment, a primary counselor will work with you to identify your goals and guide your care. The length and pace of treatment will be based on your specific situation and clinical milestones. If you're facing more complex recovery issues, your drug and alcohol treatment team may recommend more time to address:
- 1. Special issue and concerns
- 2. Mental health complications
- 3. Relapse prevention
- 4. Sober living skills
Your New Normal
Feeling uncomfortable will likely become your "new normal" as treatment begins. As you learn more about the symptoms and impact of addiction, many of those uncomfortable sensations will begin to fade.
Learning about personal authenticity, feeling your feelings, changing negative thought patterns, and practicing stress reduction will provide you tremendous relief. Over time, however, if you remain uncomfortable—experiencing low moods, a sense of helplessness and/or ongoing anxiety—you should inform a member of your care team. We can offer mental and medical health assessments as well as other resources and services to provide additional relief.
Best Rehabilitation Treatment Facilities
- 1. Best Rehabilitation Treatment Facilities
- 2. Personalized Treatment Plans
- 3. Most Experienced & Qualified Team
- 4. World Class Counsellors
- 5. Feel like you are at Home Services
- 6. 24x7 Emergency Services
- 7. Highest Recovery Rate