The Foundation Clinic | 6-Week Inpatient Programme
As you have expressed interest in attending a Residential Programme, here are the details of the Residential Programme.
During your stay you are considered a patient under the therapeutic and medical care of the multidisciplinary team headed up by psychologist, Dr Michael Niss.
The programme runs for a minimum 21 days up to 42 days, including a possible detox period if necessary.
Residential treatment at The Foundation Clinic is an ideal setting for patients who have either unsuccessfully attempted to deal with addictions while remaining in their own environment, or for whom outpatient treatment did not offer sufficient support and structure to deal with their addiction.
The level of care needed for each individual is determined by an individual assessment, taking into account the personal circumstances, support systems and personal motivation of the individual patient.
Once the patient has voluntarily agreed that residential treatment is the best level and choice of care, The Foundation Clinic will offer an intensive daily programme in a supportive, caring environment in which family involvement is encouraged.
During their programme the client will initially work with a therapist or social worker as they move towards understanding and accepting their substance abuse disorder, the possible causes and the tools which are required to manage their addiction. Following the initial three weeks, the client is then introduced to the Recovery Coaching Model, and their individual work continues with a Recovery Coach.