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SANPARK TREATMENT


Inpatient Treatment

Our multi-professional teamis highly qualified and dedicated.
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After Care

• Participating in aftercare increase changes to stay sober to 93%
• These services are totally free of charge...
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Inpatient Treatment For Children Under 18

A dedicated 7 bed-unit in a separate building provides for the special needs of children...
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OutPatient Treatment

• Available in Klerksdorp, Vryburg & contracted companies
• Special packages
available for employers.
• EAP services available..
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OutReach
Services

• Training
• Creating drug free communities
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After Care

  • Addiction as a chronic disease, but most South Africans still view it as an acute illness that should be cured within a set period of time.
  • After care is therefore seen as optional instead of being a crucial part of treatment.
  • A person actively involved in aftercare has a 90% chance to stay sober (Comparing to 60% if not)
  • Sanpark embarks on various extras to keep people involved and motivated in after care:
    • Aftercare totally free of charge
    • An individualized maintenance (aftercare) plan.
    • The treatment plan is compiled by social workers, psychologist and medical personnel in conjunction with the patient and mainly consists of planning for personal problems, identifying high risk situation, life skills needed to maintain sobriety, discovery of own strengths to stay sober.
    • 5 different venues in the Province for aftercare
    • Dedicated staff to keep contact for follow-up and motivation

 

Facilities Available

  • Fully developed Gym to enhance a healthy lifestyle
  • A dedicated play ground for children including a volley ball and soccer court
  • Swimming pool to hide from the North West heat
  • Chapel and pastoral services for those who need spiritual healing Attention is also given to the religious aspect of the patient. Although SANPARK has a Christian based approach, it is voluntary and patients has a choice through which religious denomination they want to be helped.
  • Large braai area where patients are having a braai at least once a week
  • Tuck shop where snacks and most essential toiletries can be bought