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औषध आणि अल्कोहोल पुनर्वसन केंद्र  

In  आजची वेगवान जीवनशैली, व्यसनाधीनता ही वाढती सामाजिक आजार बनली आहे. जीवनाच्या सर्व स्तरातील आणि वर्गातील व्यक्ती या दलदलीत अधिकाधिक अडकत आहेत. आमची संस्था ऑक्टोबर 2010 मध्ये स्थापन झाली. तेव्हापासून आम्ही  व्यसनमुक्ती आणि अल्कोहोल-व्यसनमुक्ती द्वारे पीडित अनेक व्यक्तींवर यशस्वी उपचार केले आहेत. हे लक्षात घेऊन आणि व्यसनाधीन प्रकरणांची वाढती संख्या लक्षात घेऊन, आम्ही जगभरातील अंमली पदार्थ पुनर्वसन केंद्रे आणि अल्कोहोल पुनर्वसन केंद्रांमध्ये वापरल्या जाणार्‍या सर्वोत्तम पद्धतींचा अभ्यास आणि विश्लेषण करण्याचा प्रयत्न केला आहे, अशा प्रकारे आमची स्वतःची अनोखी पद्धत विकसित करण्यासाठी आमच्या झुकावांचा सतत वापर केला._cc781905-5cde -3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_        



औषधे आणि अल्कोहोल समुपदेशन, मानसोपचार, संज्ञानात्मक वर्तणूक थेरपी, मानसोपचार सल्ला, संगीत थेरपी, एनएलपी थेरपी,
स्मार्ट थेरपी, एआरटी थेरपी, एलटीएल थेरपी आणि आरईबीटी थेरपी, एएटी थेरपी.

आमचे कौशल्याचे क्षेत्र  अल्कोहोल आणि मादक द्रव्यांचा दुरुपयोग यामध्ये आहे अल्कोहोल आणि अल्कोहोलच्या मुख्य पुनर्वसन प्रक्रियेत अल्कोहोल आणि अल्कोहोलचे मुख्य पुनर्वसन समाजातील मुख्य प्रवाहात आणि आमच्या कार्यक्रमाच्या मदतीने अंमली पदार्थ मुक्त जीवन. 


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सबमिट केल्याबद्दल धन्यवाद!

Suicide prevention refers to a collection of strategies, initiatives, and support systems designed to reduce the occurrence of suicide and provide assistance to individuals who are at risk. It encompasses efforts to identify and address the underlying factors that contribute to suicidal thoughts and behaviors, such as mental health disorders, emotional distress, social isolation, and life crises.


Crisis Hotlines: Establishing confidential hotlines where people in distress can reach out for immediate support and guidance, such as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.


KIRAN – 1800-599-0019

24*7 Mental Health Rehabilitation Helpline

This toll-free mental health rehabilitation helpline was launched by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment considering growing mental health concerns, especially during COVID-19. 24*7 help is available here where you can get assistance in 13 Indian languages. Qualified Psychiatrists and Psychologists from across the country are available for your help.

Select your language and state after dialling this toll-free number, and you will be given all the help you need.


SAATH – +91-79 26305544, 26300222/

SAATH is a voluntary organisation associated with Befrienders India (National Association for Suicide Prevention Centers).

Trained volunteers carefully listen to your problems and offer unconditional support over telephone, e-mail, by letter, or in-person. Support is provided to those who ask for it throughout the year between 1 pm to 7 pm.


CADABAMS HOSPITAL – 096111 94949/+91-9741 476 476

Cadabams hospital is a speciality centre for psychiatry and neurology. The facility believes that mental health crises can occur anytime, whether day or night. It is why their helpline is operations 24*7 and offers the right support and treatment to get you through.

Break the silence with Cadabams and find hope to live one more day.


AASRA – +91 98204 66726

With the motto of “We Are Here To Help,” AASRA provides 24*7 confidential assistance with the help of professionally trained volunteers throughout the year. You can also choose between Hindi and English as per convenience.


Fortis Healthcare National Helpline – +918376804102/

This 24*7 helpline offers help to students and parents having stress or mental health problems related to exams and academics. Fortis Stress Helpline team comprises several mental health professionals who can converse in multiple languages for your convenience. You can also write them an e-mail if you do not feel comfortable talking over the phone or in-person.


iCALL – 022-25521111/9152987821

iCALL is a telephone and e-mail based mental health service run by the School of Human Ecology, Tata Institute of Social Sciences. Confidential help is available from Monday to Saturday between 10 am to 8 pm with the help of qualified mental health professionals. 


Meetup (Support Group)

Meetup is a Mental Health Support Group with a presence across multiple social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Youtube. You can join various groups for stress, anxiety, depression, social isolation, and for those who have suicidal tendencies.

Depression and Anxiety Support Group – India (Support Group)

This group is available on Facebook for those who suffer from depression and anxiety in India. You can join the private group and share your story with others who can help you heal. Depression and Anxiety Support Group is a fellowship for those who suffer in silence.


Umang (Support Group)

Umang is an exclusive group for lesbians, bisexual, and trans people who suffer from any trauma or mental health issues. The group offers services like community and legal support, mental health counselling, and various events.

Crisis helpline 9930095856 is available from Monday to Friday between 10 am to 8:30 pm. You can also schedule a counselling session with Umang through the same number, which is also available on WhatsApp.


The MindClan – Suicide Bereavement Support Group

The MindClan is a support group that offers space for sharing experiences or making connections and supporting each other through a mental health crisis. The group invites people from all walks of life if they have lost anyone to suicide.

When someone dies from suicide, the deceased’s friends and family often face challenges finding a space where they can talk freely without any judgments being passed. The group aims to provide support to such people and hope to get through the hard times.

If you feel suicidal and under pressure of finding a way out, please gather the courage and  call any of the above numbers or visit your nearest hospital/ psychiatrist or psychologist for help. 


Suicide Prevention

MIchael Age 34

My name is Michael, and I am here to share my story of addiction, the arduous journey of recovery, and the incredible transformation that has taken place in my life. Through sharing my experiences, I hope to offer hope and inspiration to those who may be struggling with addiction, showing them that recovery is possible, and a beautiful life awaits on the other side.

The Grip of Addiction:
My descent into addiction began with a seemingly harmless curiosity. I thought I could control my usage and that it wouldn't affect my life. But that illusion quickly shattered as I found myself trapped in a cycle of dependence and desperation. What once seemed like a choice became an all-encompassing need that dictated every aspect of my existence.

The Breaking Point:
There's a moment in every addict's journey that serves as a wake-up call. For me, it was a night when I found myself alone, isolated from loved ones, and facing the harsh reality of the life I had created for myself. The pain of losing relationships, jobs, and my own self-worth became unbearable. It was at this lowest point that I finally acknowledged that I needed help – that I couldn't continue down this destructive path.

The Road to Recovery:
Recovery wasn't a linear process; it was a series of ups and downs, moments of clarity and moments of doubt. It began with seeking professional help, including therapy and a support group that provided the understanding and community I desperately needed. Admitting my weaknesses and confronting the underlying issues that had fueled my addiction was both challenging and liberating.

Thank you Dahlia Foundation


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