- Family Oriented Recovery
- Devoted to Lasting Recovery
- An International Centre
Hope Trust understands that addiction is a family disease, and have developed their program accordingly.The program involves the family in the recovery process, initiating a process of healing for the addict and the affected family members.
Hope Trust realizes that a proper amount of time is crucial to a successful recovery. A three to six month recovery program plus a relapse prevention program allows clients to recover successfully.
While recognized as a leading rehab centre in India, Hope Trust also has an international reach, as evidenced by the number of international clients they receive each year.
14 Years of Experience: A Recovery Leader from the Start
Hope Trust was established in 2002 and with its pioneering work quickly became successful and began meeting the dire needs of the alcoholics and addicts in India. Just three years later, Hope Trust was rated among the top four rehabilitation centres in Asia by Reader's Digest. Now celebrating their eleventh year, Hope Trust's influence and respectability continues to grow. Attracting clients from India and around the world, Hope Trust's success has resulted in recovery and better lives for many people.
Family Oriented Recovery
Hope Trust recognizes that addiction is a family disease. The consequences of addiction reach much farther than the addict himself, and often leave the addict's family in shambles. That's why Hope Trust has developed the Hope Family Support Program.The key elements of the Hope Family Support Program include:
- Educating the family about addiction
- Briefing the family about what to expect from the treatment program and how to cooperate for maximum benefit
- Introduction to Al-anon family support groups
- Counselling for personal issues and conflict resolution
- Participation in structured intervention sessions with clients in treatment
- Communication exercises between the client and family members
- Participation in the client’s relapse prevention plan
- Regular classes at Hope for families on various aspects of addiction and recovery