Drug and Alcoholic Rehabilitation Center in Mumbai, India
Drug and alcohol addiction is big problem in recent years to the world population.
Everyday we are getting effected by young bright child to get addicted and ruin the family.
It not only devalued the moral of the society but also creating criminal, jobless to the young dynamic youth. In Mumbai numbers of addiction case is reported in police stop. We can watch TV, radio news are flooded with such activities. There is one NGO name Living free foundation in Mumbai.
Their mission is to deliver quality rehabilitation and extended acute medical care in a manner both respectful and reflective. by high specialized standards of rehabilitation and medicine, multi disciplinary teams ensure that patient’s complicate health care needs are addressed. Living Free Foundation strives for continuous quality improvement by supporting and developing sets and programs sensitive to the needs of patients.
To help other drug addicts who have been hooked on drugs and to give them a better life. To help them to come out of this vicious cycle by this foundation. We believe in changing the attitude of the addicts. Once he starts accepting his responsebilities the healing course of action is easier. Then the families are also brought in for additional counseling. He adds , a stay here should rid him of all his cravings and make him a more positive person. He wants these drug addicts to rule a normal life after rehabilitation. It should be a new beginning .
Helping other addicts gives Mr. Dutta tremendous satisfaction and hope. It is an immediate cure for drug addicts who need specialized help, to help them to come to term with reality. We help them to find a purpose in life and move them and to help parents and their family to reconcile the problem. After their release from rehabilitation center the ex-addicts tries to piece their life together for a new beginning, and some already find marital bliss. Some of the guys from center have gone out and helped another addicts clean out their acts. The toughest lesson handed to these ex-addicts are often the product of experience
I wish them success in noble mission.