Successful substance addiction & treatment centres in Selby. Recovery is a lifelong undertaking.
If you are afflicted with alcohol or drug related dependency, you’re not on your own. An estimated that millions of individuals in S.A. are dealing with a substance addiction problem. Substance abuse recovery is never out of reach, no matter how desperate your personal situation may seem to you.
Effective Treatment Services
- Friendly and professional staff
- Addiction rehab clinics in Selby, Johannesburg (Central Johannesburg)
- Individualised psychiatric therapy
- Trauma therapy
Over half of South Africa’s population can be identified as moderate to heavy drinkers, alcohol is the most abused substance in Southern Africa. Alcohol & drug abuse lead to road accidents, violence, issues in the workplace & home & worse yet, trouble with law enforcement!
We Help With
Only in-depth knowledge of the initial break & the rehab treatment process will enable the patient to embrace a conclusive corrective recovery-based lifestyle.
We follow the anonymity and confidentiality in all our client conversations and will not divulge verbal or written communication with to anyone without first getting your express consent.
Our Rehab Clinic in Selby
The residential Selby treatment clinic provides safe & secure residence in an upmarket house with resident counsellors that deal directly to substance abuse for substances like drug and alcohol related addictions. This is a round the clock clinic with resident staff who understand the process.
Registered Addiction Counsellors in Selby (Johannesburg)
The support of addiction counselling in Johannesburg promote a sustained recovery lifestyle for people with substance use disorders. We cannot reiterate the importance qualified mental-health care and motivational support to individuals that have sought recovery lifestyle. Understanding that private addiction counsellor services is not ideal for everyone suffering with an addiction. People with substance use disorders are individuals & traditional “one size fits all” approachers do not deal with the actual drivers of addiction and thus they do not suit all.