De - Addiction & Rehabilitation Center
(for Drug/Alcohol)

CONTACT : +91 9819378866

Happy to Help Foundation
Sai Icon Ashram,
opp. Ankharpada Kamani,
Titwala Goveli Road,
Titwala E, Taluka:Kalyan,
Thane,Maharashtra 400601

CONTACT : +91 9819378866

Happy to help foundation rehabilitation center provides a controlled and safe haven for addicts to recover and regain their lives. There are numerous rehab centers that cater to all different kinds of people based on personal needs and preferred method of treatment. However, all rehabs begin with a detoxification period, then gradually incorporate various daily activities to prepare the patients for life outside rehabilitation. These activities range from basic everyday tasks to particular life skills that will help strengthen their sobriety.

Recovery focuses not only on ending the physical addiction of the substance, but also on searching for the psychological, mental and emotional reasons for the need to abuse. This require attendance in a group therapy session where recovering addicts can share their personal stories and find solace in the similar struggles of others. Additionally, many rehabs might also require individual therapy sessions where one-on-one counseling is available with a drug counselor or therapist. Finally, many other patients may also benefit from family therapy, where family members are invited to discuss the patient's substance abuse with the assistance of a professional counselor.

Life Skills
For many addicts, drugs and alcohol have been the main priority in their lives, which may mean they have chosen to ignore or have forgotten about basic, everyday tasks from personal hygiene to grocery shopping to working. As part of recovery, the patient is expected to slowly regain the responsibilities of life from fundamental household chores to becoming financially responsible. Certain tasks and skills, such as housecleaning, meal preparation, developing a work ethic and doing laundry, are added to the patient's daily activity based on his progress with the program. Re-introducing these life skills to the patient's daily life gives him the opportunity to adjust slowly to living without any substance abuse.

The 12-Step program is strongly rooted in faith and requires the acceptance of God. Our rehab center follows this particular program because it has proven to be quite successful. However, there are many other rehabs that require some sort of spiritual acknowledgment as part of recovery. In addition to treating the body and mind, many recovery centers believe there needs to be an emphasis on treating the soul as well.

Alcoholic Anonymous
Since the founding of Alcoholics Anonymous 1935, people have been finding freedom from addiction through participation in peer-directed groups, where they can share experiences, learn social and coping skills, and gain strength from other people who have been where they have. AA meetings are always free and are facilitated by fellow addicts, not health professionals or social workers. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking or using drugs.

Narcotics Anonymous
Narcotics Anonymous grew from the AA program in the late 1940s, with the first meetings gathering in the Los Angeles area of California in the early 1950's. Narcotics Anonymous uses the same 12-step principles as AA

The 12-step approach has a strong spiritual component in that the treatment recovery steps include admitting powerlessness over the addiction and surrendering to a "higher power", which you can interpret according to your own beliefs. It's a program that promotes total abstinence which is achieved one day at a time.

Whichever treatment model best suits an individual, it's clear that participation in some kind of self help program is desirable for people fighting addiction.

Physical Health
Our recovery center provides bodily healing through nutrition education, physical activity and massage therapy. Drugs greatly damage the body, and patients must learn the importance of taking care of their bodies. We encourage some form of physical activity to prevent boredom and depression, which can often lead back to addiction. Physical activities can include: hikes, yoga, swimming, organized sports or, at its basic level, a gym.

Patients must learn how to cope by interacting with people without the substance abuse. Creative activities, such as painting or playing music or games, can encourage people to learn social skills that are not drug dependent.

Some of Our Activities Fall into the Following Categories:

Educational Activities:

- expose clients to alternative behaviors and resources
- teach problem solving and decision making experiences
- build awareness of individual values and assets

Relaxation/Stress Management Activities:

- reduce anxiety
- teach boundaries and assertiveness techniques

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