Individual counselling is counselling focused on the individual's immediate or near future concerns. In individual counselling, you and your counsellor meet one on one in a private, confidential and professional setting. The counselling relationship is safe, genuine, warm and accepting where your counsellor accepts you as you are without forming any judgments about you. Read More
Family Counselling is a type of psychological counselling that can help family members improve communication and resolve conflicts. Family Counselling can take different forms in the addiction treatment process. There are two main goals in family Counselling. One goal is to help everyone give the right kind of support to the family member in behavioral health Read More
Group therapy is the treatment of multiple patients at once by one or more healthcare providers. It can be used to treat a variety of conditions including but not limited to emotional trauma, anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Group therapy promotes socialization and communication. Read More
AA/NA is a fellowship of people who come together to solve their drinking/addiction problem. It doesn't cost anything to attend AA/NA meetings. There are no age or education requirements to participate. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about their drinking problem. Read More
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is based on the concept that your thoughts, feelings, physical sensations and actions are interconnected, and that negative thoughts and feelings can trap you in a negative cycle. CBT aims to help you deal with overwhelming problems in a more positive way by breaking Read More
Motivational interviewing is described as a directive, patient-centered counseling style that enhances motivation for change by helping patients clarify and resolve ambivalence about behavior change. This type of therapy helps patients refocus on their goals in life and restructure the important things Read More
Yoga was always considered an enlightening path for attaining the spiritual upliftment. But with its widespread acceptance into mainstream healing and restoring therapy, the scenario is changing rapidly. Rehabilitation of the people with addictions, drug abuse is very difficult to achieve. It affects the mental-state and functioning. Read More
Physical Fitness helps you recover from addiction by improving your mood and self-esteem. It also improves your health and reduces stress. Studies have shown that committing to a regular exercise routine has been linked to reduced substance use and discontinuing their substance use altogether. It allows you to become connected to your body and improve your mental health. Read More
Swimming is one of the forms of exercise that can be used from the moment detoxification is stable, right through to the end of treatment. Mentally there are numerous benefits to swimming for those in addiction recovery. Swimming contributes to strengthening willpower and executive functions, and also improves positive mood. We take the patients to our farm house Read More
Mehar Foundation run by Satya Rani Rampal Trust, an open rehab, is based on the principle that free will is essential for recovery from addiction. Only an honest desire to live a life free from drugs and alcohol can lead to long-lasting recovery.
This is why; we at Mehar Foundation only take in willing patients. Use of physical force, bribery or threats to coerce patients into rehabilitation goes against our principles and values.
Our treatment and rehabilitation program involves a four-pronged treatment approach that includes treatment on the physical, mental, social, and spiritual planes. We provide a holistic treatment process, aimed at targeting all angles of substance and alcohol abuse. Total drug and alcohol abstinence is the primary goal of the rehab, and success means a drug-free, productive, and sober life-style, even after treatment.
Mehar Foundation only take in willing patients. Use of physical force, bribery or threats to coerce patients into rehabilitation goes against our principles and values.
Addiction recovery means treating the whole person. It means not just working on the physical symptoms, but also the mental, spiritual, and social, with the understanding that they are all interconnected in the healing process.
Every individual is different and have different choices and preferences, At Mehar the de-addiction program is based keeping this in mind so that the individuals could gain maximum.
At Mehar all the patients are treated as family members and the same type of love and care is provided to all as they would get in their family to help them.
Mehar Foundation run by Satya Rani Rampal Trust is a non-profitable trust with Income Tax Exemptions (12A & 80G) and also CSR approval from Registrar of Companies, Delhi, providing charity to the patients coming from economically weaker section of the society.
Special care is taken towards cleanliness and hygiene. May it be at the rehab or the gym. Adequate staff is maintained to provide care for healing of the patients.
By the grace of god I found recovery from a history of drug abuse for the longest period of my life. Even though everything seemed to be going well in my life since I was a post graduate doctor, gainfully employed and married I felt severely unhappy and depressed.
I was fortunate to still have enough health somewhere inside of me which led me to seek help from Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous , Al-anon and their such spiritual programs . There I received the message of hope, loving, unconditional support, warm hugs and acceptance without judgement. As a result I gradually felt much better physically, emotionally and spiritually. I no longer felt like a burden on my family and friends. Read More