Our structured and intensive daily schedule has been carefully constructed by our therapist and counselors. It immerses patients in the programme in a safe and supportive environment and has a clear focus - abstinence.
Our schedule is designed to be varied and engaging and is occasionally altered based on the input and views of staff and patients.
This is an example of a typical day's activities for patients in primary care:
|7.30 AM||Meditation and reflection|
|8.20 AM||Therapeutic activities|
|8.40 AM||Yoga therapy|
|9.00 AM||Lecture and discussion|
|10.00 AM||Group therapy|
|11.20 AM||Lecture / relaxation / therapy|
|12 PM||Medication issued by nurses|
|2.00 PM||Group therapy|
|3.00 PM||Break / Fitness / Creative Therapy|
|4.15 PM||Peer evaluation / assignment|
|5.00 PM||Life story session|
|5.30 PM||Medication issued by nurses|
|6.00 PM||Evening meal|
|6.30 PM||Outings to AA/NA meetings|
|6.40 PM||Therapeutic assignments|
|7.30 PM||Therapeutic reading group|
|8.00 PM||Assignments / informal sharing|
|9.30 PM||Medication issued by nurses|
|11.00 PM||Patients retire to bed|
"A successful treatment programme for addictive disease needs structure because so often in the lives of our patients there is no structure. The drug dictates how they live their life."