The admission process is private and effortless.
You receive a friendly and heart-warming reception on your admission for treatment to our clinic. In most cases, admissions need to be pre-reserved, but we can take in a new admission within one day of making a reservation.
Health professionals, family, friends and even the clients themselves can give referrals with the assurance that they will be accepted. We will ensure that our team is ready to receive you once the booking is confirmed.
Upon arrival at the facility, you will be acquainted to the medical staff and toured around so that you can orient yourself with the facility's various corners. We will provide you a welcome pack that will explain all that is necessary for you to know about your stay with us at the Sanctuary Lodge, along with a schedule of therapy sessions. Please call us when you cannot travel to our clinic on your own.
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The First 24 Hours After Admission
We will organize for you to meet our detox expert psychiatrist during your first day with us.
Here, we will consider you medical and psychological treatment needs to carry out a full assessment. A complete detoxification course of action will get prescribed if it is needed. This detoxification will then be directed and supervised under rigid official procedures by our healthcare experts.
The psychiatrist is tasked with reviewing your treatment and pointing out any areas that would need special attention from a specialist expert. Our goal is to make sure that you treatment needs are met during your stay, therefore we will make sure that anything recommended or highlighted is then incorporated into your bespoke treatment plan. We will ensure that you are getting the highest standard care at any time and your treatment plan will then be constantly evaluated by our clinical director, counsellors and clinical personnel.
As soon as your evaluation has been concluded our kind staff members will assist you to get comfortable. Our personnel is always available to talk to and encourage you since we know how stressful and scary this experience can be for many patients.