We can help you break away from addictions.

The cycle of substance dependence can be extremely challenging to break alone, but our team has helped countless people to recover and could help you too. At Sanctuary Lodge, we give you the expert support and input required to enable you to overcome your affliction and thrive.

In some cases, a dual diagnosis may be given. An example of a dual diagnosis would be someone who is suffering from alcoholism and is also found to be suffering from a mental health condition, such as bipolar disorder. It may also be the case that you’re addicted to more than one substance. We ensure that each condition is given equal importance and treated with the utmost care and attention.

We aim to provide you with a comfortable, tranquil place in which you can recover. We apply the latest knowledge in psychiatry, and all our doctors, nurses and support staff are specialists in their fields. If you’re reading this and considering rehab, you have already started the healing process! Admitting that it’s time to seek help is the first and most difficult step towards a safer, brighter future for yourself and your loved ones.

What we treat

Alcoholism

Are you concerned that your drinking habit might be actually alcoholism? Alcohol use disorder can happen to anyone, regardless of gender, education or finances.

Drug Addiction

Drug addiction comes in many forms and has numerous causes. That’s why we tailor individual plans based on your unique circumstances and personality.

Prescription Drugs

Whether you’re struggling with opiates, benzodiazepines or other forms of prescription drugs, our addiction specialists will help you break the cycle of dependency.

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Co-occurring Disorders

Sometimes, you end up misusing substances as a result of self-medicating. Drug and alcohol addiction, eating disorders and behavioural addictions are often misconstrued as a form of escape, distraction or release from the pressure and stress of life. Co-occurring disorders (COD) such as depression and anxiety are regularly seen in people suffering from addiction. You probably are wishing for an all-encompassing treatment. We can help you find the right way to a brighter future.

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