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Dianova Canada
Montreal / Quebec / Canada
Description: Dianova is a non-profit organization dedicated to addressing the needs of substance abusers primarily through residential intervention programs since 1989. Dianova’s objective is the autonomy of the individual.
Address: 1273 St André H2L 3T1 Montreal / Quebec / Canada Canada
Services provided:
Recovery
Rehabilitation
Treatment
Services required:
Advocacy
Areas of interest:
Addiction treatment
The treatment program prioritizes the individual's needs by levels of variable duration for which specific objectives are established. In practice, the duration of the residential phase of treatment usually ranges from 2 to 6 months, depending on the resident's expectations and needs. Some of the factors that are significant in facilitating the changes one needs to achieve in his/her lifestyle, including the ability to resist drug consumption, are as follows: Community life, Workshops and training activities (social, recreational, vocational), Social reintegration services (in partnership with community-based organizations and public networking) Individual counselling, Peer support, Stress management workshops. A great deal of emphasis is put on gaining self-reliance and responsibility for one's personal plan of change. Different activities and responsibilities are established in the residential community in order to help achieve this sense of responsibility.
posted by Dianova Canada on 2018-03-09 13:09:49
Dianova Canada
posted by Dianova Canada on 2018-03-09 13:09:49
The treatment program prioritizes the individual's needs by levels of variable duration for which specific objectives are established. In practice, the duration of the residential phase of treatment usually ranges from 2 to 6 months, depending on the resident's expectations and needs. Some of the factors that are significant in facilitating the changes one needs to achieve in his/her lifestyle, including the ability to resist drug consumption, are as follows: Community life, Workshops and training activities (social, recreational, vocational), Social reintegration services (in partnership with community-based organizations and public networking) Individual counselling, Peer support, Stress management workshops.