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Not quite sick and tired of being sick and tired? For many individuals struggling with a drink, drug or food problem the seed is beginning to grow to seek some sort of help. Family and friends are making suggestions, some may be suggesting rehab but in the minds of the user they are holding onto a glimmer of hope that maybe they can solve the problem without having to commit to a period of intensive help. During this pre-treatment phase denial is playing a huge role in the user’s life and although there may be a green shoot of motivation to emerge from the darkness it is still a step too far to admit defeat and to seek help.
At Nova Vida Recovery Centre we understand the confusion and struggle that is going on in the heads of those who need help but are not quite ready to commit. We offer a number of pre-treatment opportunities for users to better understand their illness, be clearer about the damage it is causing them and those who they care about and to gain a better understanding about treatment and the different possibilities that exist to help them...
Full 28 day therapy programme including initial assessment, all therapy, detox if required, doctor and psychiatric evaluations, all medication connected to the illness for which you are being treated, 24 hour nursing, accommodation, food, therapy books, holistic therapies, sports centre membership with personal trainer and aftercare for life is also included in the total treatment package costs as well as the Family Programme. Treatment fees cover single private rooms. For more information about the cost for our programme please contact Sally Vincent by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call her on +351 919357186...
An Intervention is the act of entering a situation in order to change its course. The majority of patients enter treatment for their addictions voluntarily. For some the depth of denial is so great that they continue on the destructive path of drinking or using drugs or engaging in addictive behaviours oblivious to the damage they are leaving in their wake. Although the family, friends and colleagues may have made comments or even threats about the behaviour it is not enough to break the cycle. Something else needs to be done before the inevitable consequences of broken lives, marriages, families and even, possibly, premature death...