Harm reduction aims to keep people safe and minimize death, disease and injury from high-risk behaviour.
It involves a range of support services and strategies to enhance the knowledge, skills, resources, and supports for individuals, families and communities to be safer and healthier.
Harm reduction activities and interventions to improve the health and quality of life for individuals who use drugs include:
ARTM provides evidence- based therapeutic programs aimed at achieving recovery from alcohol.
Family Support – ARTM stages family and concerned persons in all of its programmes.
We recognise the importance of helping families and loved ones understand the disease of addiction and how it affects important relationships. It aims to assist family members to:
Our programs take holistic approaches that address all aspects of recovery involving the entire human condition including:
To prevent or reverse the social exclusion of current and former drug users (including those who are already socially excluded and those who are at risk of social exclusion), but also to facilitate the recovery process and help sustain the outcomes achieved during treatment as well as to maintain a minimum standard of life, to strengthen their abilities to be self-dependent and to protect them from the risk of social exclusion.
The intervention programs aim at assisting the recovering individual from drug use, misuse and abuse for:
ARTM also provides After-care to their patients once they have completed their therapeutic program and a Family program for individuals that have a loved one receiving treatment and help so that everyone has the opportunity to heal.