If it has to be it is up to me
It is said that just like a car moves faster and smoother when the wheels are in alignment, so does a person move more smoothly in life when the different facets of life including psychological and social are in alignment. When one aspect of life becomes the focus and others are neglected, the wheel of life is out of balance. An out-of-balance wheel makes the journey difficult. For people to become centered and whole there is need to make wholeness the single focus and goal.
At NOBILITY HOUSE, we help people work towards attaining self-mastery in order to find balance and take action for making change.
Nobility House Treatment and Rehabilitation Center was established for the sole purpose of helping individuals with Substance Use Disorders (SUD) to attain balance in life and begin a journey of recovery in a dignified atmosphere. The Center works with committed mental health practitioners who work round the clock with appropriate knowledge, skills and attitude towards addiction.
Nobility House runs a three months inpatient rehabilitation program for people with Substance Use Disorders, other addictions and those with dual diagnosis of mental illness. The programs include but not limited to:
- Psychiatric Review and Assessment
- Treatment planning
- Pharmacological treatment
- Relapse prevention
- Physical wellness
- Life-skills education
- Individual Counseling
- Group Counseling
- Psycho-education for both residents and family
- Family Therapy
- Detox, which is arranged
- Medical Care which is arranged
- Connecting with recovery capital
- After care
The House provides a holistic treatment that recognizes addiction as a disease that should be treated using the bio-psychosocial-spiritual model. We incorporate specialized medical professionals that include psychiatrists, family doctors, nutritionists and psychiatric nurses in helping the residents. We provide a balanced diet, recreational activities, reading materials, homework and spiritual nourishment to help the residents attain holistic recovery.
Upon completion of the three-month residential treatment program, residents are given an aftercare program that includes identification of a sponsor and support group meetings. The residents are also expected to come back to the house for a follow up at least once a month for at least 6 months after discharge. The directors shall visit former residents in their place of work, home or during support group meetings at least once a month with an arrangement.