TREATMENT FOR DEPENDENT CHEMICAL ADDICTION
We offer a multidisciplinary team and a broad framework for auxilar in treatment for chemical addiction.
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The decision by the in-patient treatment, also called full-time hospitalization, is aimed at detoxification that is the first step in the treatment process. The hospitalization must be requested by a professional, and the family support is essential. Hospitalization is indicated for very intoxicated dependents, who are little motivated for abstinence and shows resistant behavior towards the treatment.Read More
Clinical Day Treatment
This daily treatment is composed by multidisciplinary staff of psychologists, psychiatrist, general practitioner, occupational therapist and massage therapist whose job is providing therapeutic care for the needs of elderly people, teenagers, couples and families who need to invest in their mental health in order to improve their quality of life and maintain their recovery process. It is located in Batel, in the city of Curitiba, an easily accessible area, in a house with complete facilities, well prepared for all the needs of drug addicted patients or other emotional and psychological difficulties in the recovery process.Read More
The outpatient treatment is indicated for addicts who wish to keep their professional lives. For this treatment, the dependent must have family support and also a social network that allows a continuous treatment as well as conditions to organize a withdrawal plan at home. This procedure is also indicated for patients who have gone through in-patient treatment in order to detoxification and now need to continue a therapy programRead More
TYPES OF HOSPITALIZATION
It’s when the addict requests their own hospitalization, consenting and signing a statement that they opted for treatment. Either way, this procedure must have the participation of a relative. Hospital discharge is given at the request of the patient or the physician. Voluntary admission may become involuntary if the attending physician does not give permission to discharge, even if the patient has requested it.Read More
It is always determined by the judge, not being necessary the family permission, after the doctor's request, stating that the person has no physical or psychological conditions resulting from the use of substances.Read More
It is when hospitalization occurs without the addict's consent, at the behest and authorization of a family member - father, mother, brother, uncle, grandfather - and accepted by the psychiatrist. Involuntary hospitalization is not involuntary treatment. The staff and the institution will be prepared to make it voluntary, leading the patient to accept and understand the need to be treated.Read More