Drug Addiction Treatment

AMAR Home - Drug Addiction Treatment Center

AMAR Home is a pioneer drug addiction treatment center where you get freedom form addiction and we are dedicated to help people who are suffering from drug addiction. Our treatment program is built on the foundations of Detoxification, Therapeutic community, Psychological counseling with the influence of 12 Step based support groups.



  • Family Support for Drug Addiction

    Entire family is effected for one's drug addiction. We all suffer in many ways when a member of our family suffers.

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    Families also suffer when their loved ones begin to exhibit alternate behaviors that cause them to lie, steal or otherwise manipulate family members in order to continue their drug or alcohol use and abuse.It can be very difficult to understand for both the addicted person and the family. We offer family support for drug addiction that is vitally needed in the rehabilitation process, which specifically focus on the recovering individuals and their families. Family members are encouraged to attend the family meetings for a dynamic educational and process group that allows for open communication and mutual understanding of expectations, family systems, codependence, enabling behavior, relapse, and boundary settingContinue Reading

    Drug Addiction Treatment Model

    Drug Addiction Treatment

    AMAR Home focuses on providing the most effective therapies and clinical approaches throughout an individual's substance use disorder treatment, including the use of evidence-based practices in drug addiction treatment process. Therapeutic Community (TC) is the primary approach of AMAR Home treatment services which is supplemented with psychological intervention. At AMAR Home we feature a full spectrum of addiction treatment programs, from initial assessment and primary orientation, to inpatient residential and intensive outpatient care, as well as support groups and sober living environments for extended care. Our clinical team is committed to treating each client with respect and are receptive to each client's individual needs. AMAR Home focuses on delivering quality treatment that is accessible to our clients while protecting their anonymity and confidentiality. AMAR Home has an extensive range of experienced and certified addiction counselors to draw upon when providing treatment.

  • YABA-Crazy Drug in Bangladesh

    Yaba addiction can have a highly detrimental impact on mental health. Even short term use can lead to episodes of acute paranoia, anxiety, and turmoil. Use of this drug can cause even normally placid individuals to become aggressive and violent. Hallucinations are common with this drug and people can behave dangerously because of this. The consequences of yaba addiction can be severe. There are several physical and psychological effects of YABA addiction. Yaba that is present in a mother's bloodstream can pass through the placenta to a fetus and is or be secreted into breast milk. Infants born to yaba-abusing mothers were found to have a significantly smaller gestational age-adjusted head circumference and birth weight measurements. Yaba exposure was also associated with neonatal withdrawal symptoms of agitation, vomiting and tachypnea. This withdrawal syndrome is relatively mild and only requires medical intervention in approximately 4% of cases.

    Economical & Social impact of Drug Addiction

    The average cost of drugs per person were from $1.9 to $3.1 per day or from $707 to $1135 per year. The economic impact of drug abuse included cost of drug itself, health care expenditure, lost productivity, and other impacts on society such as crimes and accidents. The patterns and cost of drug abuse were investigated among 996 drug abusers, some were admitted to a drug addiction treatment centre in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

    Study on treatment & Recovery at Different Stages of Addiction

    A study on different drug addiction treatment centers in Dhaka within 18 months timeframe (April 2013-Dec 2014) shows that 53% of the drug addicts receiving treatment lived their lives by abuse drugs before treatment, surprisingly 46% of these people lives clean & sober after treatment. These people were at the middle stage of their addiction. 19% drug addicts come to treatment in their early stage of addiction. In the late stage of addiction above 30% of people lived clean.

  • What is drug addiction?

    What are the symptoms?

    Am i an addict??

    YABA Addiction

    Heroin Addiction

    Alcohol Addiction

    Marijuana Addiction

    Drug addiction is a chronic, often relapsing disease that causes compulsive drug seeking and use, despite harmful consequences to the drug addict and those around them. Drug addiction is a brain disease because the abuse of drugs leads to changes in the structure and function of the brain. Although it is true that for most people the initial decision to take drugs is voluntary, over time the changes in the brain caused by repeated drug abuse can affect a person's self-control and ability to make sound decisions, and at the same time create an intense impulse to take drugs.Continue Reading

  • Ecological Approach to Treatment

    It is important for the treatment staff to understand what type of home, neighborhood, and social environment from which each client comes. Our ecological approach to drug addiction treatment is creating of a protected and encouraging environment, within which clients can begin to experience healthy living.

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    The characteristics of the home and neighborhood do not facilitate healthy living for many clients enrolled in the drug addiction treatment, and many risk factors may be environmental. For example, many of these who have grown up in an environment where substance use is an everyday activity and physical or psychological violence accompanies the addictive practices, and they may be physically and psychologically damaged. Essential to creating a safe environment is the treatments strict adherence to "cardinal rules" that prohibit substance use or possession and physical threats or violence. It is also essential that the environment be psychologically safe.