HEALING DOESN'T MEAN THE DAMAGE NEVER EXISTED. IT MEANS THE DAMAGE NO LONGER CONTROLS OUR LIVES.
What is Drug Addiction?
 Addiction is a brain disorder characterized by compulsive engagement in rewarding stimuli despite adverse consequences, in simple terms, Drug Addiction is a disease that affects the brain and behavior of an individual and even after knowing the ill impact of it, a person cannot resist the strong urge of using the substances.
The two properties that characterize all addictive stimuli are that they are" reinforcing " (i.e., they increase the likelihood that a person will seek repeated exposure to them) and "intrinsically rewarding" (i.e., they are perceived as being inherently positive, desirable, and pleasurable).

 Drug Addiction being a complex neurological disease requires integrated treatment of the mind, body, and spirit. As it changes the functional structure of the brain if not treated the impact can be long lasting. Addiction in itself is a chronic and progressive disease.
 Commonly Used Illegal Drugs:
         1. Heroin (Chitta)
         2. Cocaine
         3. Methamphetamine.
         4. Methadone.
         5. Ecstasy.
         6. Marijuana.
         7. LSD.
         8. Mushroom.

 Commonly Used Prescribed Drugs:
        1. Opioid Painkillers.
        2. Benzodiazepines.
        3. Stimulants.
        4. Anti-depressants.
        5. Anti-obsessive agents.
        6. Mood stabilizers.

 Alcohol is a drug:
        One of the most common misconceptions is that alcohol is not a drug. Though legal, alcohol is a mind-altering substance.
MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR
I strongly endorse the saying "Broken Crayons Still Color" quoted by Toby Mac. We at Care Home work in cohesion to render the best services and extensive  care to the inmates and their loved ones. 
Our customized and individualized treatment plan aims at enhancing every aspects of the individual's life. Care Home with passing years have witnessed many lives reformed and brought back to the mainstream breaking free from the shackles of addiction.
CARE HOME DRUG REHABILITATION WELFARE SOCIETY.
                         "Broken Crayons Still color
                                    -Toby Mac
The individuals suffering from the disease of addiction and alcoholism often take themselves to be broken with no zeal for life and tend to give up on everything and everyone and more disheartening on "oneself".

We at Care Home understand this plight that every addicts and alcoholics go through in every step of their life, hence, standing by them and uproot this embedded thought. The organization stand by the above cited quote that every broken still color, anything broken can always be mended and restored.

INDIVIDUALIZED TREATMENT PROGRAM:
The organization believes in the concept of individualization and uniqueness of the individuals. We do not go by the saying "One Size Fits All", hence the program provided are customized and tailored meeting the individual needs of every addicts enrolled with us.
We provide an integrated and holistic care touching every aspect in the life of an individual, thus, ensuring the enhancement in the overall growth and development aiding in the path of recovery.
About Us
Located at the serene Hill Station of Dharampur, near Kasuali District Solan Himachal Pradesh, Care Home Drug Rehabilitation Welfare Society is one amongst the best drug rehabilitation centre in North India, known for its qualitative services.

Registered and approved by the government of Himachal Pradesh, it is a 2,200 square feet private organisation with the strength of 60 beds, and providing a qualitative service for three years with the success rate of 37%.

Our organization treatment plan is based on the integrated and holistic approach where it shines light on all the aspect of the individual's life. An addict/alcoholic especially when taken into consideration suffers not only from the disease of addiction but also Personality Disorders that takes a negative toll in their behavior and attitude towards self and others.
 
Contact Us
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carehomedharampur@gmail.com