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What Is The Purpose Of A Rehabilitation Centre?

The main goal of a rehabilitation centre is to enable a person to live a sober lifestyle by completing treatment in a residential, supported, and supervised environment.

This goal can be achieved by:

  • Learning new behaviours
  • Understanding the motivations behind addiction
  • Professionally assisted detox
  • Evidence-based therapy and counselling

 

The rehab process helps individuals achieve the goals of rehab.

The process of rehab comes in four phases. These are: [1]

  • Phase One – Assessment
  • Phase Two – Detoxification
  • Phase Three – Rehabilitation
  • Phase Four – Maintenance or Aftercare

 

 

In the health care profession, the term “rehabilitation” encompasses intensive measures to help a person recuperate from serious injury or harm [2].

Under this context, ” Lopez, G. (2018, January 2). Why some people swear by Alcoholics Anonymous — and others despise it. Vox. Available at: https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2018/1/2/16181734/12-steps-aa-na-studies

Last Updated: January 18, 2023

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Melany Heger

Registered Psychologist and Freelance Writer, Jinjin Melany passionately writes about mental health issues, addiction, eating disorders and parenting since 2015. Read more about Melany on LinkedIn. Content reviewed by Peter Szczepanski (Clinical Lead).