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Treatment & Recovery Programmes

Substance use and addiction disorder treatment

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Medically-Assisted Detox

  • During the detox you are considered a patient under the medical care of one of our consultant doctors and under the therapeutic care of the team at the clinic.

  • The programme runs for 5 – 14 days (or part thereof) and admission takes place at a pre-arranged time.

  • Once the client has been settled and is medically cleared, they are introduced to the treatment and recovery process and can start attending certain groups.

  • Detox clients are given plenty of time to rest and relax.

  • All detox clients will be seen by a clinical social worker to assist them with post-treatment plans.

  • The professional staff are available to assist the patients in making decisions and plans regarding full treatment and recovery.


Inpatient Treatment

The inpatient programme introduces clients to multi-disciplinary approaches to recovery.


The programme focus is on:

  • Understanding the biopsychosocial nature of substance use and addiction disorders.

  • Learning practical tools and approaches to sustainable recovery.

  • Developing strong coping, communication and problem-solving skills to support wellness.

  • Building recovery capital around our social, emotional, mental, physical and spiritual resources.

  • Connecting with a community that supports an extended continuum of care as part of the programme.


The programme includes a detox period as well as ongoing group aftercare treatment and support.

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Outpatient & Aftercare Support

The Recovery Wellness Outpatient programme forms an essential part of the inpatient treatment process. The programme is available on a purely outpatient basis, and is also included in the inpatient programme as part of our commitment to extended care.

The focus of the programme is:

  • Creating a strong recovery grounded in connection and peer support.

  • Recovery coaching to support clients in building a meaningful, sustainable recovery.

  • Adult education to deepen knowledge and learning around recovery and wellness.

The programme is available for 12 months, and families are invited to attend the sessions on a Wednesday afternoon.

“It is impossible to understand addiction without asking what relief the addict finds, or hopes to find, in the drug or the addictive behaviour.”

Dr Gabor Maté

Inpatient Treatment Programme Information

For more detailed information on the treatment and recovery programmes, please contact the Foundation Clinic.

We offer free pre-admission assessment and information sessions. This gives you an opportunity to meet some of the team, and experience the care, compassion and commitment of the individuals working in the programme.

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Inpatient programme includes:

  • Individual therapy, counselling & coaching.

  • Group education sessions on substance use disorder management.

  • Process & trauma counselling sessions.

  • Recovery coaching.

  • Relapse prevention.

  • Exit strategies & planning.

  • Goal setting.

  • Health & fitness.

  • Psycho-education.

  • Family support & wellness.

  • Introduction to the aftercare programme.

  • Aftercare and outpatient programme.

Our programmes are a combination of cognitive behavioural therapy & systemic coaching, based on the bio-psycho-social model.

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Recovery Reintegration Programme:

The RRP is an extended  programme which​ supports clients following the completion of their inpatient programme.

The programme is designed to:

  • Provide a bridge between treatment and a full return to independent living.

  • Create ongoing structure, routine and accountability in a residential programme.

  • Give clients the opportunity to work and continue to focus on their recovery.

Clients are support by a recovery coach as part of their ongoing recovery process.

Halfway House & Sober Living

The clinic offers limited halfway house accommodation for individuals who have completed their treatment at the clinic. This is another part of our commitment to ongoing care. 

The focus is on developing resources and resilience while in your personal and professional life, while being supported by a professional team.

Learning to be independent and self-reliant in recovery is an important part of the process.

There are guidelines regarding structure, schedule & active recovery engagement.

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