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Mental health awareness

HELP US mental health and addiction rehabilitation center

Help us is a project initiated by ADI in 2013 in order to spread awareness and help rehabilitate the addicted through detoxification, drug addiction treatment, substance abuse counseling and various lifestyle changing activities such as regular exercise, yoga and meditation.

Recognizing the Symptoms of Drug or Alcohol Abuse

“Learning how to recognize when it is necessary to obtain professional help is the first step in beginning a healthy new life.” Many people believe they are able to use drugs and alcohol socially without any consequences or becoming addicted. It should be understood that the symptoms associated with drug or alcohol addiction can vary among individuals. Accepting that you or a loved one may have a problem with drug or alcohol addiction can be difficult.

Signs of drug or alcohol addiction can include the following:

  • Changes in sleep patterns
  • Sudden weight gain or weight loss
  • Deterioration of personal grooming habits
  • Tremors
  • Impaired coordination
  • Slurred speech
  • Changes in social activities
  • Irritability
  • Anxiety or paranoia
  • Help-Us Rehabilitation Center
  • Detoxification

Before you can help your loved ones fight addiction the patient must go through detoxification: the process of flushing out the harmful substance from the body.

Program

After detoxing the patient learns to adapt to our program which consists of a series of routine daily activities.

There is always a deeper reason why most people start abusing drugs in the first place therefore our program emphasizes in aiming to understand each patient individually and dig deeper into their past to truly understand the root causes of their actions and situation.

Drug addiction depletes people of their identity resulting in low self-esteem, motivation and sense of responsibility therefore the program instills various in-house responsibilities and teaches patients how to live a scheduled life and be productive again.