We are a family-oriented team of widely experienced professionals and individuals.
Our journey began in 2011 with a dream of creating a safe and therapeutic environment for people suffering from Substance Use Disorders and Addictions, with the opening of our first facility in the Northern Cape. Since then, we have grown to understand the true need for quality, highly individualized, evidence-based treatment programs; and have made it our mission to bring those high-quality services to different areas of the country where these services are desperately needed. We specialize in providing compassionate and highly individualized substance use disorder and addiction treatment that is evidence-based and trauma-informed. We focus on vastly exceeding the frequently low standards of treatment outcomes in our beloved and beautiful community of Cape Town, Western Cape.
The Inner Peace Addiction Treatment Centre is a registered non-profit (NPO 092 704) that provides a full continuum of care, including: residential/inpatient programmes (Practice Number: 047 001 0746320), outpatient and aftercare services. Inner Peace, is led by a volunteer board of directors, with a multi-disciplinary team of: registered clinical therapists, addiction counselors, auxiliary social workers, students (auxiliary social work students, psychology and social work students) and an in-house nurse with accessibility to the best doctors and psychiatrists, who provide the best addiction treatment available.
We are rated 3 stars by the Rehab Grading Council Of South Africa (Certificate Number: ZS3G-AJIP19)
For those who are in need of detoxification from heroin, alcohol, pain medications, sleeping tablets and tranquilisers, referrals can be made to a registered detox facility or hospital. Upon completion of detoxification, admission can be arranged for further support at Inner Peace, be it: inpatient, outpatient or support groups.
For clients who have completed inpatient treatment, we provide further safe environments for our clients to return back into society, this could be a secondary safe facility or if the clients return home we would have integrated them back into their home environment – please see our family section on how we work with the families.
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