The process is easy and confidential.
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 can be accepted from the client themselves, friends, family, and health professionals. We'll make sure that our employees are ready to welcome you as soon as the booking has been confirmed.
We'll introduce you to the clinical team on arriving at our clinic and will show you around so that you can acquaint yourself with the layout of the facility. You'll be given a welcome pack that will give an explanation of everything you're required to know regarding your stay at the Sanctuary Lodge and a roster of the therapy sessions. Please call us when you cannot travel to our clinic on your own.
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When You Get Admitted - Your First Day
Our specialist psychiatrist who is skilled in detox will provide a consultation to you during the first 24 hours upon admission.
What happens here is that a complete evaluation will be performed based on your medical and psychological medical care necessities. If needed, a complete detox procedure will be recommended. The detox will then be conducted and administered under stringent procedures by our medical health experts.
The psychiatrist is tasked with reviewing your treatment and pointing out any areas that would need special attention from a specialist expert. We will make sure that anything that is emphasized or suggested is then included into your denoted treatment procedure because it is important to us that while you stay with us all of your rehabilitation requirements are fulfilled. Then our counsellors, clinical director, and medical staff will continually review your treatment plan, ensuring that you are getting the best care possible at all times.
Our friendly staff will then help you settle in once your assessment has been completed. Our staff are always available to offer reassurance, give advice and help in all matters especially because we recognize that this is a trying and worrisome time for most people.