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TREATMENT OPTIONS

SCRC offers comprehensive, individualised rehabilitation programmes of varying lengths, to accommodate a variety of personal circumstances. Recommendations regarding treatment duration are made by our therapeutic team on a case to case basis.

LENGTH OF TREATMENT

Length of treatment is dependent on various factors, including (but not limited to) the following: affordability, work commitments, children, depth of addiction, period of use, multiple previous treatment attempts, poly-substance abuse, required crisis intervention, personality disorders, pervasive clinical syndromes, sexual abuse, eating disorders, sexual addiction, trauma, self-harm, attitude, level of commitment and work rate.

Detoxification

Detoxification services are facilitated on a needs basis. Please talk to our Admissions Team to make appropriate arrangements. Those individuals who are completing an extended detoxification process, or who are suffering from extended withdrawal symptoms, will meet the criteria for Long-Term Treatment only.

TREATMENT OPTIONS

28-Day Primary Care Inpatient Treatment

This programme makes a treatment option available for those who cannot access extended treatment. 

 The 28-Day programme includes:

  • Medical, Psychological and Risk Assessments
  • Individualised Treatment Plan
  • Completion of Written Work, including Self-Will Run Riot Assignment, a Life-Story and Steps 1-3.
  • Didactic Lectures
  • Interactive Group Therapy Sessions
  • A minimum of 2 Individual Sessions per week
  • Weekly AA/NA meetings
  • Supervised Exercise Sessions
  • Outdoor Activities
  • Completion of a detailed Relapse Prevention Plan
3-Month Primary Care Inpatient Treatment

This programme provides the time and opportunity for individuals to uncover and resolve issues that may hinder their forward progress in recovery.

The 3-Month Programme includes

  • Medical, Psychological and Risk Assessments
  • Individualised Treatment Plan
  • Assistance with Postponement of Order
  • Completion of Written Work, including Self-Will Run Riot Assignment, a Life-Story, Steps 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10, Amends Assignment, Additional Tasking and 1 Drug-Related In-House.
  • Didactic Lectures
  • Interactive Group Therapy Sessions
  • Minimum of 1 Individual Session per week
  • Family Sessions
  • Feedback Reports
  • Weekly AA/NA meetings
  • Supervised Exercise Sessions
  • Outdoor Activities
  • Completion of a detailed Relapse Prevention Plan, Life Plan and Warning Signs document.
3 + Months Long-Term Inpatient Treatment

This programme accommodates individuals who have been identified as requiring further handling and assistance, as a result of mitigating issues – identified during the assessment and treatment process.

The 3+ Months Long-Term Programme includes

  • Individualised Treatment Plan
  • Completion of 3 Month Programme
  • Completion of Additional Written Work, including Steps 6, 7, 8, 9, 11 and 12, Special Tasking and various Specialised In-House Programmes (For more information regarding our Specialised In-House Programmes, please see our Programme Section).
  • Didactic Lectures
  • Interactive Group Therapy Sessions
  • Minimum of 1 Individual Session per week
  • Family Sessions
  • Feedback Reports
  • Weekly AA/NA meetings
  • Supervised Exercise Sessions
  • Outdoor Activities
  • Completion of a detailed Relapse Prevention Plan, Life Plan and Warning Signs document.
Halfway House Secondary Care

Halfway House (HWH) is a stand-alone facility, accommodating residents who have completed Primary Care treatment but wish to prolong their stay in a therapeutic settingRead More

Aftercare Support

Aftercare support is directly available through SCRC in the forms of onsite individual counselling sessions, telephonic / online contact and drug testing. SCRC also offers reaffirming ‘Recovery Refresher’ programmes, hosted through our Halfway House.

Weekly Aftercare groups are run at Anthem Church (# Recovery) and by other service providers connected with SCRC. HEAL Ministries is an independent oragnisation that works closely with us to provide a free support structure for both recovering addicts and their supporters. HEAL support group meetings are held on a weekly basis in various locations across South Africa. At these meetings, recovering addicts and their families are offered the following support:

  • Trained Facilitators
  • Guidance
  • Understanding
  • Intervention
  • Education
  • Accountability
  • Drug-Testing
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