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’.
In 1999, Nada started working in India under the supervision & leadership of Dr. Michael O. Smith with the objective of making barrier free addiction treatment & well-being issues available across communities. Nada acts as an initiator, facilitator and supporter for community initiatives working towards a gender sensitive, child-friendly world where barrier free services are available to all.
Today, our vision has grown and under Suneel Vatsyayan, founder of the Nada India Foundation (NIF), the organization is working with a number of issues and among a variety of groups, ranging in age, gender, and class to promote health, child and adolescent rights, and drug-free lifestyle. NIF is involved in a number of programs that serve a range of members of society in innovative and effective ways such as through the use of interactive media in the hands of still hidden voices.
Dayaneeta Social Welfare Society is a not for profit voluntary organization established in the year 2009 with an objective of providing rehabilitation services to Drug and Alcohol addicts and people living the problem of HIV-AIDS. Education and Health care for weaker sections of the society especially for Senior Citizens, women and children of the slum.
Dayaneeta Social Welfare Society was founded by founder member Sh. Amit Kumar, who himself feel the agony and stigma attached with the image of a Drug Addict and believe that addicts can recover themselves if we provide them a holistic atmosphere. He believes that addiction is a chronic progressive disease, which is treatable. Dayaneeta Social welfare Society was registered as an NGO on 06th April, 2009. It has been working for Rehabilitation services for Drug and Alcohol Addicts and old Age People.
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.
State Anti Drugs And Prohibition Council is a non-profit organisation, established in 1975 that works primarily in the domain of Health and Media & Awareness. Its primary office is in Guwahati, Assam.Screens educative films on drug abuse and ill effects of drug use. The screening are held in rural and tea garden areas through its mobile cinema unit. It holds meetings, seminars, group discussions and exhibitions. It also distributes communication materials to generate awareness. During the outbreak of Covid-19 in 2020, it distributed masks made of khadi and hand sanitizer bottles among the media persons of Demow. It is a statutory body that was formed by the Assam government in 1974-75 to spread awareness against drugs and alcohol. It was formed under three Acts namely, The Assam Liquor Prohibition Act, 1952, The Opium Prohibition Act, 1947 and The Assam Ganja and Bhang Prohibition Act, 1958.
It was constituted in 1936 and since then it has been laden
with a lot of work tracks. In view of new trends of thoughts and
ideology it was reconstituted in 1965 and a group of educated
unemployed youth took active part for reorganization of all
activities. Being located in a remote place it could not develop by
leaps and bounds, but endless and fastidious effort have brought the
organization to a pride of place and the dimension of its activities
has assumed a wider significance.
Now it is one of the oldest and
biggest organizations in the District of Lakhimpur and in the North
East as well having multifarious wings of activities for welfare of
society, specially women, youth and adolescents, addicts, the
oppressed and the down-trodden, child development, health care of
older people, socio-economic growth, sensitization and awareness of
rural folk, socio-cultural promotion etc. The organization has a
promise to bring about a desirable change in the behavior of rural
people so that they can be able to face the challenge of time and