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 made by the client themselves, their family, colleagues, and medical physicians are welcomed. We will ensure that our team is ready to receive you once the booking is confirmed.
You will get to know our medical staff once you get to our centre and you will be shown around so you can get to know everything about it. We will provide you a welcome pack that will explain all that is necessary for you to know about your stay with us at the Sanctuary Lodge, along with a schedule of therapy sessions. Please give us a call if you can't travel to our centre by yourself.
We will arrange for you to see our detox specialist psychiatrist during your first 24 hours with us.
Here, we will consider you medical and psychological treatment needs to carry out a full assessment. A complete detox program will be authorized if needed. Our mental health experts will be in charge of administering and monitoring your detox under strict 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.
A psychiatrist will call attention to any aspects of your treatment that need expert attention and make suggestions. It is very crucial for us to address all your treatment needs during your admission; thus, we'll make sure that any aspect which has been stressed or suggested is included in your personalised treatment programme. 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 warm and friendly employees will help you to settle into the place once you have completed your assessment. 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.