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"As an MBBS from one of the country’s top medical institutions, I never expected to become addicted to drugs."

As a doctor and an individual who became sober in 2002, however, I soon began to appreciate what an excellent opportunity I had, what a fortunate position I was in to work with the medical community as well as with recovering alcoholics and addicts, do my part to help improve the treatment and recovery scenario in our society.

From this was born Sahyog, the Rehabilitation Centre that I founded in 2006 and have been running since.

Sahyog is committed to providing and promoting the best alcohol addiction treatment possible, a treatment that can and does lead to steady and sustained, rich and meaningful, productive and responsible recovery from addiction and all related issues.

We introduce troubled and often disheartened sufferers to a disciplined, systematic and comprehensive self-care regimen and the support groups and communities that actually liberate them not just from the substance or the dysfunctional behaviour, but from the dysfunctional thinking, emotional patterns, perceptions and responses, the self-destructive coping mechanisms that perpetuate the condition and accelerate its multiple irreversible pathologies.

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We don’t make our patients do menial chores, and we provide them with excellent, tasty food, including special dishes and desserts.

"We treat people by empowering them"

Sahyog (Best Rehabilitation Centre in Delhi) has a significantly higher success rate than the average, and I believe this has happened because of certain key principles and practices we have sought to bring to our efforts.

One of these is our collaboration with other doctors and medical facilities. While focusing on the core disease of addiction, we also ensure that associated or independent medical issues, such as physiological damage, are identified at admission and addressed.

We seek to promote benchmark services and best practices, coordinated and networked expertise, and a multidimensional approach. This means that all relevant and mutually supportive substance abuse treatment is accessible for all cases, and is brought in where it is needed, as per the situation and requirements of each one.

For this, the initial diagnosis for patients coming directly to us is important. This is an area where I am able to bring my skills to bear and I strive to do that well.

I liaise with the medical community on a doctor-to-doctor, institution-to-institution basis, and refer patients admitted directly here to appropriate experts from the spectrum of care services that modern medicine and associated therapy offer.

When, conversely, a patient is referred to us by a doctor, I take care to ensure that the medical history, observations and initial diagnoses and prescriptions, i.e., the case history or medical dossier, is maintained and added to, and Sahyog, in turn, maintains the link with the referring doctor or facility as would happen with any specialist or specialist facility.

While providing the patient referred to us with a comprehensive residential program that addresses all the basic aspects of medical attention and recovery from abuse, we proactively and unobtrusively update referring doctors with our progress and work jointly wherever appropriate for best results.

Our Vision

Sahyog’s vision is to help as many alcoholics and addicts as possible to learn the tools of recovery. Through participation in our programs, alcoholics and addicts will not only learn how to abstain from mood-altering substances, but learn to do so in environments that are safe, welcoming, respectful, and empowering. We integrate a holistic program of total healing that embraces the language of recovery, philosophy, and psychology. Our approach incorporates four core elements to support your recovery:

We integrate a holistic program of total healing that embraces the language of recovery, philosophy, and psychology. Our approach incorporates four core elements to support your recovery:

Medical/Psychotherapy Core which offers the latest integrative medical approaches and finest psychotherapeutic modalities.

Lifestyle Core which emphasizes fitness, wholesome eating, stress management, and spiritual reflection which teaches residents how to live a balanced, healthy and rewarding life

Complementary Medicine Core which supports recovery through acupuncture, homeopathy, yoga, Pilates, Tai Chi, and meditation, and

Environmental Core which provides you 24/7 nursing care within a safe, luxurious environment in a warm community

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The Rationale

Treatment for alcohol or drug addiction necessarily sees the convergence of multiple specialists and specialised facilities at various stages in one way or another.

The totality of purely medical issues alone, many of them chronic, is well known to be substantial and diverse in nature. Gastroenterologists, nephrologists, cardiologists, surgeons or any of a range of other experts may have to be involved in a given case.

For best results, this convergence of clinical specialists, rehabilitation centres, therapists and support groups to treat addiction should really be a systematic, coordinated and continuing network  of resources that a recovering person can draw on to address all the varied forms of damage that the condition gives rise to.

It is instead often sub-optimal for circumstantial reasons, or at times because the widely varied specialisations required for deaddiction are in silos or a part of different dynamics, cut off from each other.

The initial presentation may be before a doctor or psychiatrist, at a clinic, hospital or psychiatric facility, In many if not most cases, immediate medical treatment and detoxification becomes the first priority.  Physiological, neurochemical and other such issues may continue to play a major role in cases such as organ damage or serious injury.

In some, a temporarily abstinent person seeks or is brought to a psychiatrist or clinical psychologist or counselor to begin a course of interaction that can stabilise and strengthen that abstinence for the longer term.

This could lead to a successful longer term engagement with continuing psychiatric inputs and monitoring; or it might see the person dropping off the radar of care with adverse consequences.

Some are taken coercively by family members straight to a rehabilitation centre with their own health and well-being in view. Their subsequent trajectory depends on the nature of the training given there, whether the centre follows benchmarks and protocols such as the use of the Twelve Step Recovery Program, interacts with other relevant treatment professionals and facilities, and ensures that the patient stays long enough to take a meaningful pause in life, receive the necessary inputs and practice living accordingly.

Associated medical issues may or may not be addressed adequately and with expertise; it varies significantly.

For example, some centres refer patients to psychiatrists for dual diagnosis cases, or to doctors in general for severe or chronic physiological complications, others leave it patients to work these things out, and still others just simply neglect these issues in a brutal and medically unwise manner.

The proliferation of centres is a necessary and welcome part of bringing addiction issues to the forefront and providing necessary services, and improves the socio-medical service provider/patient ratio.

But with time, we may see how inadequate expertise, uneven standards and lacunae in interprofessional connectivity with other medical professionals have impaired enduring success in this already challenging and distressing segment of medical care.