You will get a friendly and affectionate welcome when you get admitted to our centre for rehab. We have provisions to accommodate for new admissions within a day of booking although we advise that people pre-book in advance.
Referrals can be accepted from the client themselves, friends, family, and health professionals. We'll make sure that our employees are ready to welcome you as soon as the booking has been confirmed.
Upon arrival at the facility, you will be acquainted to the medical staff and toured around so that you can orient yourself with the facility's various corners. Upon arrival we will also give you a welcome pack which has a timetable for your therapy session and also explains everything that you need to be conversant with during your stay at our facility, the Sanctuary Lodge. Please contact us if you unable to travel to our clinic by yourself.
On the first 24 hours of your admission, we will prepare everything for your first meeting with your detox specialist.
During this visit a complete evaluation of your mental and medical treatment requirements will be conducted. A full detox regimen will be prescribed if required. The detox will then be carried out and controlled by our medical experts under a rigorous protocol.
It's important to note that you have to take with you any prescribed medications you have been taking, and also provide us any information regarding any recent surgery.
The psychiatrist will emphasize any parts of your treatment where a specialist is needed and then make suggestions. We will make sure that anything that is emphasized or suggested is then included into your denoted treatment procedure because it is important to us that while you stay with us all of your rehabilitation requirements are fulfilled. Your treatment programme shall be regularly evaluated by our specialists, medical director and staff, to make certain that you are able to obtain quality care possible always.
Our friendly staff will then help you settle in once your assessment has been completed. Our personnel is always available to talk to and encourage you since we know how stressful and scary this experience can be for many patients.