Addiction Rehabilitation Centre for drug abuse, alcoholism and gambling.

Get Help

Get Help is an organisation within The Way Recovery, established to support drug and alcohol abuse within the workplace.

We are joining hands with the wellness entities of the workplace to support both ends – the employers and employees.

This is a direct access for the employer to get support from us in the following:

Substance dependency in the workplace is handled as incapacity and not misconduct, therefore, employers should consider appropriate rehabilitation steps where Get Help will assist. Employees should be assisted with details of professionals and services that specialise in the treatment of rehabilitation. Get Help directly connects to the team of The Way Recovery for collaboration of service providers that consist of:

  1. Clinical psychologists
  2. Counselling psychologists
  3. Occupational therapists
  4. Social workers
  5. Addiction counsellors
  6. Medical doctor
  7. 24-day in-patient programme facilitated by our qualified and experienced multi-disciplinary team

Get Help is the direct line of communication for corporates, wellness solutions, the companies and their employees. We collaborate on solution-orientated rehabilitation according to the required need.

This is a direct lifeline for the employee affected by drug and alcohol abuse:

Our 24-day in-patient programme:

Four-star treatment centre for substance abuse. A life-threatening condition which must be addressed holistically, we find the right approach for each patient.

Choosing our facility is easy – here are a few reasons why:

Together we achieve success with disease and health management!

Why be part of a disease management programme?

  • Substance abuse is a highly complex disease.
  • People can have substance use disorder in conjunction with physical and/or mental health co-morbidities.
  • Research conducted by UNODC 2022 highlights the following:
    • Integrated treatment is seen as the model of excellence. It tackles substance and mental disorders with a multi-disciplinary team approach.
    • Consequential or consecutive models do not work, where treatment for mental and substance abuse disorders is kept separate.
    • Higher emergency admissions, increased rates of hospitalisation, the prevalence of suicide, higher risk of drug use relapse, worse treatment outcomes and early mortality.