Treatment Centres

Our centres are situated throughout the country offering convenient and secluded retreats for our treatments.

Drug Rehabilitation 1

Addiction may be a chronic disease, but it CAN successfully be treated and controlled. In fact, millions of people are in long-term recovery from different kinds of addictions, thanks to alcohol and drug rehabilitation, and all other forms of treatment programs. Recovery is very much possible even for those who may think they are way in too deep in their addiction. Nevertheless, there still remains some cynicism about how effective drug treatments are, with many people claiming that chances of success in treatment are very low, because many who undergo rehab still relapse. What they don't realize is that the relapse rates for clients who are drug-addicted are just about the same for many other chronic illnesses.                       

Most of the research about the effectiveness of drug treatment programs is based in the US, but they do offer great insight on whether or not rehab and treatment work. The National Institute of Health (NIH) strongly stands by the fact that addiction is treatable. Many researches and discoveries around the science of addiction have in fact, led to different advances in the treatment of drug abuse, helping people who suffer from the disease to stop the abuse and regain productive lives.

Not unlike many other chronic diseases, drug addiction can be managed and controlled successfully and treatment helps people to counteract and offset its powerful, disruptive effects on their health, behaviour, and lives. However, many still raise the question of relapse and its implications on the success or failure of treatment. Drug addiction is chronic in nature, and relapsing into drug use even after long rounds of drug rehabilitation doesn't necessarily mean a failure of the treatment. Because addiction is a chronic disease, relapse is not only a possibility, but a likely possibility.  Studies show that relapse rates for drug addiction are very similar or near to those for other chronic medical illnesses like hypertension, diabetes, and asthma, all of which, also have their own physiological, psychological, and behavioural components.

Treatment, therefore, must involve addressing deeply-imbedded habits, attitudes, physiological inclinations, and behaviours, just like any other chronic disease. Relapse should not be viewed as a failure of the treatment, but as an opportunity to reinstate or adjust current treatment or to apply an alternate approach.

One40 is your addiction and disorder therapy specialist, offering well planned rehab and treatment programs for unique drug, alcohol, and substance addiction cases, as well as for many different behavioural disorders that require immediate and continuous treatment.