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Rehab Treatment Programme

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.

Step Away - Drug, alcohol and addiction treatment and rehabilitation centre - treats male and female adults over the age of 18 years.

Step Away Treatment Centre is one of very few rehabilitation centres in Port Elizabeth to treat female alcohol and drug abuse patients.

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.

Contact Step Away Treatment Centre for further information on our addiction treatment programs.

Step Away - Port Elizabeth has one addiction treatment program on offer:

21 day treatment program

The 21-day alcohol and drug rehab program is intensive and focuses on the client who requires inpatient intervention and is specifically designed for those who need to return to work after a three week period.

Once you have completed our program, we will assess your overall progress. If we or yourself feel you may need to stay on for longer, your program will be extended.

For more information about our addiction treatment programme, please contact us.

 

Domestic Violence and Addiction – How are they linked?

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There is an uncomfortably close link between domestic violence and addiction; substance abuse is often the cause of domestic violence, while domestic violence can just as well cause substance abuse.

Therefore, both substance abuse and domestic violence are considered the cause and effect of the other, and when investigating the one the other should always be considered.

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Am I an Addict? How Casual Use Can Turn into Addiction

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If you find yourself using recreational drugs or alcohol casually or only in social situations, you may have never felt the need to ask yourself “am I an addict?”.

However, have you ever stopped to wonder what the implications of using substances regularly, even if it’s only on weekends, can be?

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Addiction Recovery and Telling People You're Sober

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Although addiction recovery has many rewards, the one thing many recovered addicts fear is sharing the fact that they are now sober.

The sad reality is that there is a degree of shame that is associated with being sober, because of the stigma attached to being an addict.

However, being sober is something that every recovered addict should be proud of because it means that you have overcome one of the hardest obstacles you will ever face.

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