Treatment Module

Naya Goreto Recovery Home provides holistic approach to recovery.

The Naya Goreto Recovery Home is a minimum of 90 days inpatient treatment program, which will include:

  1. Detox Program:  is the first phase of recovery, where there is removal of toxic substances from body. The detoxification will be supervised by a medical professional, who will also provide thorough medical examination and evaluation of the client.
  2. Primary Care:  is the themed programing with strict confidentially maintained within the group, will be based on 12 steps program. In addition, it will include one-on-one counselling, peer and group therapy, life skills strategies, spiritual development, relapse prevention and developing coping mechanisms to stress and mitigate triggers of relapse with client and finally extended health assessment for HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis C, Sexual Transmitted diseases and others.
  3. Leisure Time: is included for joyful and enjoyable recovery process. A certain period of time in a day will be allocated for recreational activities such as arts, games, movies, physical activities, hiking and many more that clients can enjoy and take their mind off from the recovery process. This will supervised by counsellors. 
  4. Work Therapy: is essential part of the therapeutic program, where clients will be given project works as part of their skills development process. The skills will be useful to reintegrate back to the community and support them financially.
  5. Family Therapy: is crucial for social re-integration of the client and acceptance from the family. Family members of the client will also be counselled during the treatment process, as there is a strong co-relation between supportive family and abstinence maintenance.
  6. Extended and Continuing Care: as care should be on-going and thus client who wish to stay longer to develop their self-confidence, communication and relationship skills as well as concentrate on relapse prevention are welcome to stay longer and further improve their skills.
  7. After care: is important for any subsequent interventions that may follow the initial treatment to prevent relapse. The centre will maintain its connection with the clients through phone calls,  encouragement for 12 Steps program, support groups and follow-up-meeting.