Help Recovery Re-habilitation Home

Help's Inpatient Care

The length of rehab varies on a case-by-case basis. Brief treatment involving detox, therapy and supportive care may be effective for some people, but treating substance use disorders is a complex process that could last years. While it may seem desirable to get through rehab as quickly as possible, research shows that longer stays in rehab lead to lower relapse rates.

Rehab is unique to each person, and length of stay depends on factors such as the severity of addiction and the rate at which progress is being made. For people with severe drug or alcohol dependencies, such as those that co-occur with mental illness, extended treatment may be needed. A quality treatment center will offer clients a personalized plan that caters to their needs.

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Success is not guaranteed, but some treatment is always better than none. However, a majority of people with a substance use disorder do not get help. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 21.7 million people aged 12 or older needed addiction treatment in 2015, yet just 2.3 million went to rehab.

The Benefits of Long-Term Treatment

Many rehab clients drop out of treatment only to return after relapsing. While predetermined treatment lengths exist, the most successful recoveries come after prolonged stays. As treatment extends past 90 days, rehab graduates show increased abstinence rates.

Long-term rehab provides continuous care and support to clients. This increases their chances of developing the tools needed to sustain sobriety during recovery. It also keeps them away from negative influences for longer periods of time.

A study published in the Archives of General Psychiatry examined weekly cocaine use among more than 1,600 people 12 months after treatment. The report found that 17 percent of clients used drugs in the year following a rehab stay of 90 days or longer. Conversely, 35 percent of people who stayed in rehab 90 days or fewer relapsed in the year after their stay.

Each client at the Help Recovery & Rehabilitation Home is assigned a Primary Counselor who plans and executes an individualized recovery plan with inputs from the team that meets daily. Moreover, the therapy team has weekly strategy meetings where each case is discussed in depth to evolve individual strategies based on the individual’s unique requirements. Thus, the collective knowledge, skill and experience of the entire team are sourced to benefit each client, while each patient gets individual attention.

Each client is exposed to all of the following elements:

1.Detox – withdrawal management under expert round-the-clock medical supervision.


2. Comprehensive medical assessment – for most physical parameters

3. Psychiatric assessment – by a psychiatrist for any co-occurring or underlying psychiatric issues.

Routine Time Table

At HELP, we realize that family and friends can be an important motivation and support system while you are in treatment, and time is provided each day to call your loved ones. General visitation is held on Sundays.

Throughout your program, the HELP staffs are available to assist and support you twenty-four hours a day as you participate in these activities and move towards life-changing wellness and life-lasting recovery.

Time Activities
6:15 AM Wakeup Bell
6:30 AM Spiritual Prayer  followed by TEA
6:40 AM to 7:00 AM FREE  TIME
7:00 AM  to 8:15 AM YOGA -Meditation and  Reflection
8:30 AM Spiritual Prayer  followed  by BREAKFAST
9:00 AM  to 9:30 AM T.D.A.  [ Therapeutic Duties  Assignment]
10:30 AM Spiritual Prayer  followed  by Tea
10:45 AM  to 11:00 AM FREE TIME
12:00 PM  to 01:15 PM Personal Counseling
1:30 PM  to  1:45 PM Spiritual Prayer  followed  by LUNCH
1:45 PM  to 03:00 PM FREE TIME
04:15 PM TEA  TIME
06:00 PM  to  07:00 PM Reading / Writing  Session    or  AA/NA  Meetings
07:00 PM  to  07:15 PM FREE  TIME
07:15 PM  to  08:30 PM Daily Inventory
08:30 PM Spiritual Prayer  followed  by DINNER
08:45 PM Stock and medicine distribution
09:00  PM to 10:15 PM FREE TIME
10:15  PM to 10:30 PM Meditation
10:30 PM Lights Off- Good  Night


The Katraj Jambhulwadi Unit consists of 45+ bed capacity having 2 wards and Mundhva –Manjari Unit consists of 25+ rehabilitation bed capacity having 2 wards.

There are facilities for individual and group therapy including library and well equipped therapy rooms.