Just like most journeys, the solution to addiction recovery begins with a few steps forward. Southcrest alcohol and drug recovery centres and substance abuse advisory services can help you to find the most effective behavioural and pharmaceutical counselling to deal with your substance abuse problems.
In most recovery cases, the greater cost of not seeking help is far more than the amount spent on treatment. We provide affected people with the fundamental principals of the 12 step treatment that they will use to deal with their self-destructive behaviour patterns.
Addiction Treatment Services
- Group counselling
- Fully licensed and registered with the Department of Social Development
- This private addictions treatment facility in Southcrest, Alberton (Southern Johannesburg) offers high quality care for a number of addictions
- Addiction counselling
We cater to all addiction problems. Drug & alcohol abuse also leads to accidents, violence, issues at work and at home & worse yet, trouble with law enforcement!
We Can Help With
- Cocaine rehab centres
- Wunga rehab centre
- Prescription meds rehab centres
- Other drug & substance abuse related problems
Continued therapeutic management is the underlying basis full addiction rehabilitation, if you do not follow a dedicated treatment plan there is very little hope of breaking the cycle for good.
Our staff are trained and believe in anonymity and confidentiality and will never divulge verbal or written communication with to anyone without first getting your express consent.
Our Rehab Facilities in Southcrest (Alberton)
The residential Southcrest treatment clinic provides secure & safe accommodation in home-like environment with full-time staff counsellors that manage recovering patients of drug & alcohol related addictions. Southcrest features competitive rates as a private treatment centre, and maintains a best in class tertiary programmes in the industry.
Registered Addiction Counsellors in Southcrest (Alberton)
The focus of substance addiction counsellors in Alberton promote a sustained recovery-based lifestyle for people with substance use disorders. Walking into therapy for the first time is quite a daunting experience for most individuals. Yet over-time it becomes easier as you acclimatise start to meet members who give insights and advice. Personal addiction therapy is not ideal for everyone struggling with an addiction. Patients are individuals & the outpatient treatment does not fit all issues.