Sampark Foundation, located in New Delhi, is uniquely suited to treat drug and alcohol addicts. Safe House uses the Twelve Steps along with a broader universal and secular approach.
Sampark Foundation is an excellent center that has worked incredibly hard to make their patients successful and healthy. Sampark Foundation has a very impressive recovery rate of 85%. Unlike many rehabs, Sampark Foundation follows the classic AA/NA minimum of 90 days upward of 144 days of treatment, although they will reluctantly allow patients to spend less time if necessary. They believe the longer stay is absolutely necessary for successful recovery. In a country with few treatment facilities and a lack of guidelines and prescribed standards, Hope Trust has pioneered and benchmarked standards and protocols. The treatment aims at total abstinence achieved through the Twelve Steps program. The 12-Steps treatment model has been approved by WHO (World Health Organization) as the ‘most effective treatment for addictions’.
We (The Best Nasha Mukti Kendra in Delhi) introduce troubled and often disheartened sufferers to a disciplined, systematic and comprehensive self-care regimen and the support groups and communities that actually liberate them not just from the substance or the dysfunctional behavior, but from the dysfunctional thinking, emotional patterns, perceptions and responses, the self-destructive coping mechanisms that perpetuate the condition and accelerate its multiple irreversible pathologies
Dr Rajesh Birman is one of the leading psychiatrist (Mental Health expert)from Delhi, India. He has been working for last many years to educating people about mental health and human behavior disorders(such as addiction behavior problems). Having received medical graduate , post graduate & super specialization training in mental health, he has received many honors and recognitions as psychiatrist (Mental Health expert) and clinical sexologist.
Society for Promotion of Youth and Masses (SPYM) is located in Vasant Kunj, Delhi and was formed in the year 1985 by Dr. Zeenat and her colleagues from their hostel rooms of Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi with the objective of providing treatment and rehabilitation service to young drug dependents. SPYM is working very efficiently from 1985 and has grown to many other places of India and its rehabilitation program is helping many people. In the last three years, the SPYM has launched a special initiative in India to reform and rehabilitate juveniles in conflict with law and with a dependency on narc