The programme is simple and private.
You will find a warm and friendly welcome on your admission to our clinic for treatment. On most occasions, we can accommodate a new admission within 24 hours of making the booking while admissions need to be pre-booked.
Referrals made by the client themselves, their family, colleagues, and medical physicians are welcomed. As soon as the booking has been processed, we'll make sure that our staff will be more than happy to assist you.
When you arrive at the clinic you'll meet the clinical team and you'll be escorted around to offer you the chance to get to know the facility's layout. In addition to a schedule of therapy meetings, you will be given a welcome pack that will help you get familiar with everything you should know about Sanctuary Lodge and your stay here. If are not able to drive towards our facility on your own, please give us a call.
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First 24 Hours Upon Admission
We will organize for you to meet our detox expert psychiatrist during your first day with us.
During this visit a complete evaluation of your mental and medical treatment requirements will be conducted. A full detoxification regimen would be prescribed for administration if it be required. The detox will then be carried out and controlled by our medical experts under a rigorous protocol.
A psychiatrist will call attention to any aspects of your treatment that need expert attention and make suggestions. It's crucial to us that all your treatment requirements are fulfilled for the duration of your stay an so we'll make sure that anything that's suggested or stressed is integrated into your customised treatment plan. Our clinical director, medical personnel and counsellors will then regularly review your treatment plan to make sure that you always get the top care.
As soon as your evaluation has been concluded our kind staff members will assist you to get comfortable. 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.