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Rehab South Africa - Drug & Alcohol Treatment Centre

Step Away is an alcohol and drug rehab centre in Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape (Nelson Mandela Bay), South Africa.
We are fully licensed by the Department of Health and Social Development.

Alcohol Abuse & Drug Abuse
Treatments

Our alcohol and drug rehabilitation centre, provides holistic addiction assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of all forms of substance dependency. Holistic addiction treatment involves addressing all spheres of one’s life, which entails the initiation of emotional, cognitive and physical and spiritual healing. Stepaway will seek to help you move on from your past and understand how to deal with it and look to the future. We encourage you to enquire about our drug abuse and addiction treatments, and to book your stay at our rehab treatment centre.

Rehabilitation Centres in South Africa

If you are looking for rehabilitation centres in Pretoria, or elsewhere in South Africa, think again. Consider visiting our rehab centre in Port Elizabeth, a break from your current environment and its possible negative influences may be just what you need. And being in Port Elizabeth, probably makes us one of the more affordable rehab centers in South Africa. Increasingly, for patients from the UK and Europe, our South African rehab is becoming a much cheaper and more effective alternative to rehabs in other locations.

Substance Abuse and Addiction Recovery in South Africa

As one of the newest, most modern rehabs in South Africa, we are determined to help people make a change for the better, without imposing dogma or judging you. Alcohol and drug dependency is a disease from which you can recover. Our residential addiction treatment centre, gives patients the chance to change their lives by helping them to make better choices. We do this by empowering our patients with knowledge, giving them a better understanding of their dependency, their emotions and how to manage both.

 

Rehabilitation Centre & Addiction Counseling Therapies

 

 

How Occupational Therapy Helps with Addiction Recovery

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We have addressed the concept of dual-diagnosis, which points at the co-occurrence of mental health disorders and substance abuse.

People who experience this co-occurrence will face a very unique set challenges throughout the recovery process.

While recovery related therapy involves different therapies which facilitate recovery, occupational therapy in particular is an extremely important element.

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Managing stress during addiction recovery

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Recovering from addiction comes with many ups and downs, but the rewards of a sober life are truly immeasurable.

Choosing a sober life will bring as many blessings as it will challenges. The key is to keep your eye on the ball every step of the way and avoid anything and anyone who may trigger the desire to turn to drugs or alcohol.

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Sugar addiction – Just how addictive is sugar and what are the effects?

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Although there are several forms of food addiction, sugar addiction is by far the most common. To make matters worse, sugar is found in almost everything we eat.

The sad reality is that we are often unwittingly consuming high amounts of sugar every single day. This is because food manufacturers are using it as part of their ingredients, even in foods we don’t consider sweet.

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Aftercare and relapse prevention

Addiction Aftercare

What happens after your addiction treatment is just as important

Often, the real test only occurs after addiction treatment has been completed. What happens when people in recovery are put back into the same situation, with the same influences and stressors?

We consider the reality of relapse and therefore include a number of relapse prevention techniques in our treatment programme, as well as encourage patients to attend our weekly group meetings.

Aftercare and relapse prevention entails learning new coping strategies aimed at equipping recovering addicts with the skills needed to help maintain their life of sobriety and minimise their risk of relapse.

Addiction recovery is possible, we also started where you are today.

 

Family & Co-dependency Therapy

Family & Co-dependent Therapy

'No man is an island unto himself.'

The devastating effects of substance abuse and dependency are felt by friends and especially family. They should not be excluded in the treatment.

Even harder to accept is the fact that family can often be part of the problem, and so we need to help make family part of the solution.

Step Away provides help and advice on substance abuse problems, drug addiction, codependency, alcoholism and other addictions.

Find help for friends and family with cocaine addiction, addictions to crystal meth (tik), heroin, crack cocaine and other drugs, substance abuse such as with marijuana (Dagga), ecstasy (MDMA) as well as alcohol, and addictions to prescription drugs. Find support for dependency on over-the-counter-drugs..

 


Rehab Programs for Alcohol Abuse and Drug Addiction

Step Away - Port Elizabeth drug and alcohol treatment programs run for 21 days. Any form of substance dependency needs to be treated with a well structured rehab programme that is all-encompassing and supports the individual client with the best professional recovery program possible.

We have a holistic approach to alcohol and drug abuse treatment, addressing the client's mental, physical and spiritual needs. When more than one substance addiction is identified it is dealt with concurrently with the substance dependency.

Our alcoholism treatment program and drug addiction treatment program includes the services of an experienced psychiatrist, medical doctor, drug counseling psychologist, nursing sister, drug addiction and alcohol dependency recovery counselor, social worker, dietician, and occupational therapist.

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