Mental illness refers to a wide range of mental health conditions — disorders that affect your mood, thinking and behaviour. Examples of mental illness include:
2. Anxiety Disorders.
3. Bipolar Disorder.
6. Personality Disorders.
7. Post – Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
8. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. (ADHD)
A mental illness has the ability to make you miserable and cause problems in your daily life, such as at school or work or in relationships. At Door of Hope, we provide a broad array of treatment options to meet the specific goals of our client and ensure a smoother transition to a state of wellness and increased quality of life.
Alcohol abuse and addiction are diseases that can affect a person’s mental, social, and personal health to a drastic degree, making them unable to function effectively in most or all areas of their life. Alcohol addiction tends to get worse over time and so it’s important to identify it and get it treated at an early stage in order to avoid major consequences of the disease. Our de addiction programme helps you understand the social aspects of alcoholism and how to deal with these aspects whilst abstaining from the consumption of alcohol. Our team of experts guides the client and their loved ones through the journey of betterment and encourages them to adopt a more fulfilling life. At Door of Hope, we focus on the Alcoholics Anonymous program, known as The Twelve Steps, that provides a framework for self examination and a road to recovery, free of alcohol.
Substance abuse is the pattern of harmful use of any substance for mood altering purposes. “Substances” can include alcohol, nicotine and other drugs like marijuana, cocaine, prescription pills, etc. Abused substances produce some form of intoxication that alters judgement, perception, attention, or physical control. Many substances can bring on withdrawal effects caused by cessation or reduction in the amount of the substance used. At Door of Hope, we help addicted individuals to stop compulsive drug seeking behaviour and use through evidence based approaches including medication and behavioural therapy. At Door of Hope, we focus on the Narcotics Anonymous program, known as The Twelve Steps, that provides a framework for self examination and a road to recovery, free of substance.