Introducing myself and my journal: OUR MISSION : Create a Drug Free Society

Posted June 10, 2009 from India

About Me: SAVERA SAMAJ KALYAN SANSTHAN Drug Addiction is running our society and destroying the health of our citizens and societies. Drug destroyed the creative power of millions of youth. Therefore, there is a need to launch a movement to keep our youth, children and society, to stay away from this dangerous thing. The institution having the facility of 15 bedded hospital for Indoor treatment of the addicts with added facility for the rehabilitation of the addicts.

Our centre has been actively involved in a number of social services. Our emphasis has been lives of backward, poor and 'substance addicted people in our rural and urban areas. Our staff comprises of professionally qualified, Trained compounder, psychiatrist and doctors. Our daily scheddule is devided into periods of group and sessions. Family Counselling, Meditation, Yoga, Relaxation Excercises, Classes on physical and mental Impairments, Indoor games and Intertainment. All patients are helped through a detoxification process followed by counselling supervision of trained professional counsellors. OUR MISSION : Create a Drug Free Society Oue dream is creation of an addiction free society. For this we employ awareness programs. Such as Seminars, Lectures, Campaign, Exhibitations, Rallies, Jhankis, Wall Paintings, Picturial Wall Painting, Banners, de- addiction treatment facilities and comprehensive reabilitation programmes.

Addiction to alcohol and drugs is a gigantic social malady, which hits at the very core of human dignity and freedom. It sweeps across the world with India being no exception. An addict, if not checked in time, degenerates to a human wreck and suffers both physically and mentally; he or she also causes untold misery and economic hardship to his family.Realizing the urgent need to address this huge social problem A physical, therapeutic and spiritual treatment in achieving de-addiction and abstinence from drugs and alcohol.  Helping patients to develop a positive attitude to take appropriate decisions independently.  Helping them to rehabilitate socially and for gainful employment.  Assist family members to understand the dynamics of drug and alcohol dependant individuals.  To conduct research and training to handle the problem .Addiction and prevention against relapse are concerned. More than 200 males from many parts of neighbour States have been treated in this Centre since its inception. The recovery rate is 65% to 70%, whereas less than 10% is the average as per the world statistics. The de-addiction programme is conducted, based to a large extent on charity and donations.


My Passions: OUR MISSION : Create a Drug Free Society

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  • JaniceW
    Jun 10, 2009
    Jun 10, 2009

    It is with great delight that we welcome you to Pulsewire. You are doing such important work and I applaud you for all your efforts in helping people break the cycle of addiction and empowering them to lead more positive lives. Your contributions are so vital and I know that you will be able to transform lives as you share your knowledge, experiences, ideas and hopes with the community.

    Here, you will find inspiring women who have courageously confronted the inner conflict that has arisen from the difficult environment they found themselves in. I encourage you to reach out to other members to share your ideas, visions and success stories, or start a dialogue by commenting on another journal entry.

    There are many amazing groups here, full of inspired and strong voices. Our group directory ( is where you may find a group with similar interests to your own. Or, you may consider starting your own group where you can build a powerful network bringing together PulseWire members with similar visions who want to share ideas or actions.

    I have no doubt you will find PulseWire to be engaging and thought-provoking. Welcome to the sisterhood of rising voices. Janice PulseWire Community Director

  • LauraB
    Jun 10, 2009
    Jun 10, 2009

    We are so glad that you have joined the Pulsewire community with its vibrant, wise, and supportive members creating an open forum for global issues.

    Your organization's passion to create an addiction free way of being is wonderful. Maybe you could start a group centered around healing from addictions?

    Again a warm welcome!


  • Kizzie
    Jun 10, 2009
    Jun 10, 2009

    Hello there,

    I've been thinking about drug rehabilitation a lot lately. I met a friend a few days ago and she told me that she is moving to the US to study rehabilitation counseling. There is a drug problem where I live , however, it's difficult to have rehabs. Many people are reluctant to bring up this issue. She expects to face problems because of her gender too. Good luck with your work. Does your organization have a website? Mabye I can let her know about it. I'm sure she will benefit from your experiences:)