At Awakening we are specialists in diagnosis, detoxification, treatment with or without hospitalization and social reintegration. The use of the rehab for drugs comes useful here.
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There are several treatment models when it comes to alcohol or other drug addiction.
Each of these modalities has its specific characteristics, which makes it suitable for each person and different situation.
We know that drug addiction is a challenge for professionals in various fields, such as doctors, nurses, psychologists, social workers, nutritionists, occupational therapists, physical educators, counselors and monitors.
Therefore, it takes patience and humility to help clients recover, but it is worth mentioning that it is a joint work, if there is no engagement of family, client and the multidisciplinary team, there may be relapses.
What are the types of hospitalization?
There are three types of hospitalization, according to the Law that provides for the protection and rights of people with mental disorders, which is written in its art.
voluntary , performed with the user’s consent.
Unintentional, performed without the user’s consent at the request of a third party In this case, the technician in charge of the establishment where the hospitalization occurred must inform the State Public Prosecutor within 72 hours, both at the patient’s entrance and exit
Compulsory, determined by the court
The client is the one who voluntarily requests hospitalization, or who consents to her and at the time of admission, signs a document, that is, a statement that she has opted for this treatment regime.The end of hospitalization is by written request of the patient or by the doctor responsible.
The client’s family, a drug addict or alcoholic, who has already lost his or her judgment and critical sense about the risk to life to which he is exposed and the danger to the people with whom he relates.
When substance abuse has reached a stage where the person has his or her psychic capacity compromised and cannot, by itself, seek treatment.
In such a case, the hospitalization is triggered by relatives who are related to blood (parents, children, grandparents, uncles, nephews), who will sign an authorization. The spouses do not hold this permission.
Once the request is made, the drug addict will be examined by a doctor, who will issue a report stating the need or not for hospitalization. In this type of hospitalization, the request may be made directly with a clinic that specializes in treating drug addicts.
Being determined by the court, compulsory hospitalization is made in the face of the failure of other means of alternative treatments and with a medical report that prescribes treatment, provided that there is no family member who can be responsible for the drug addict.