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Rehab at Cadabams

Mental illnesses are often devastating and debilitating to the patient. They destroy their capacity to lead a normal family and social life. Seeking help at the right time is crucial to managing illnesses and preventing irreversible damage to self and relationships.

While the illness affects the individual, the families who are the chief caregivers suffer equally. They tend to lack  the right skills to handle critical situations and have inadequate knowledge of the nature of the illness.

In such a scenario, what is needed is not just medical intervention but holistic therapeutic approaches to reintegrate them into society. They need psychiatric treatment that is scientifically planned and tailored, organised counselling, and rehabilitation program aimed at recovery and reintegration.

Cadabam’s psychiatric rehabilitation is an individualised and collaborative process that takes effect with long term/continuous support and care. The treatment goals that are offered by our team are designed in a way that you receive the best chances to grow, learn, heal, and change.


If you or your loved one is suffering from a mental health issue that is not addressed, then it can be difficult to start treatment. This is because there may be a fair share of resistance as their judgment may be impaired. If a patient is still in denial about their condition then not only are they resistant to any treatment, but they can be aggressive; this is especially true for patients who suffer from anxiety and depression, often leading to high risks that lead to suicidal tendencies.

A patient who accepts that they need rehabilitation and is willing to gain from the treatment plans will have a unique profile. There are some factors that professionals will pay attention to when it comes to treating addiction, substance abuse, and mental illnesses:

  • The type and severity of the mental health issue
  • Duration of the illness
  • Finding out if the illness is occasional or regular, and if it has a trigger of some sort
  • If the patient is using any drugs or if they have any alcohol problem
  • Whether the patient has accepted their diagnosis and are willing to go into rehab for effective recovery

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Rehabilitation?

Rehabilitation is a recovery and healing process that will help you get back, retain, and enhance your daily functions. These abilities can be mental, cognitive, or physical. You may have lost these functions due to an injury or a disease due to a side effect from medical treatment. Proper care from a reputed rehabilitation center in Bangalore will help enhance your daily lifestyle and functioning as well.

Rehab in Bangalore is for patients who have experienced any of the following:

  • Trauma or injury like burns, fractures, traumatic brain injury, and spinal cord injuries
  • Stroke
  • Severe infections
  • Major surgery
  • Side effects from medical treatment, like chemotherapy
  • Birth defects and genetic disorders
  • Mental health issues
  • Drug or alcohol addiction

What is a rehabilitation center?

The overall goal of a rehabilitation center is to help gain your normal life back and be independent. However, the specific goals depend on each patient; this includes figuring out what caused the problem; if the condition is temporary or not; the abilities have lost; and the severity of the problem.

A rehabilitation facility is the first step to get sober and clean. Bangalore rehabilitation center provides a combination of treatments that offer psychological care, skill enhancement, drug isolation, and so on. The rehabilitation center is a getaway that will help you learn how to stay sober, in the long term.


People with psychiatric/mental health problems have limitations and challenges while performing certain tasks and functions due to illness. Psychosocial rehabilitation helps them overcome their challenges in a controlled setting.


Impairment: Loss of normal function or abnormality of mental or physical function.

Eg: Hallucinations, Delusions, Depression, Anxiety


Dysfunction: Inability to take care of themselves and be independent.

Eg: Inability to work, taking care of self, problems with dailyactivities 


Disability: Restriction or lack of ability to perform a social role.

Eg: Unemployment, under/discontinued education, Homelessness


Disadvantage: Lack of opportunity due to the stigmatization of mental illness.

Eg: Discrimination, Stigma



It is defined as medication and treatment in a supervised and structured environment to help patients reintegrate into society.


  • Structured activities in a therapeutic environment
  • Behavioural therapies to encourage acceptable behaviour and activity
  • Social skills training.
  • Supported employment
  • Supported education
  • Supported living
  • Skill training
  • Resource identification and mobilisation
  • Family psychoeducation
  • Measure to build self-esteem and confidence
  • Recovery-oriented programs
  • Community inter-phased residential care


Patients that require initial critical care are admitted to the Cadabams Neuro-Psychiatry Multi-Specialty Hospital for observation, psychological first aid and associated therapy. Subsequently, they are transferred to the rehabilitation hospital depending on the nature of their complaint, that is, Psychiatric or Addiction rehabilitation centers. When you admit yourself to Cadabam’s rehab center, you will be assessed and evaluated. This is done to discuss the following-

>>Your current physical and mental health condition

>>If you have a history of substance abuse

>> If you have any variables that trigger your disease

Evaluations will help the rehab team come up with a treatment plan that will work best for you.

If you need more information about treatment options for addiction or have any queries, do mail us at info@cadabams.org. Or visit us at Cadabam’s Anunitha. You can also reach out to us on our 24/7 helpline number- +91 96111 94949.

Disclaimer – It is important to note that addiction should be referred to as ‘substance use disorder’ to better address the effects of this psychological condition. Words like addict, junkie, etch should be avoided as they place the blame on the individual. Individuals/person/people suffering from substance use disorder or substance dependence syndrome should be used.


We have a roster of highly qualified and experienced consultant psychiatrists and clinical psychologists at Cadabams both in psychiatry and addiction centers.In the engagement process, the treatment team along with a set of daily activities aimed at both short term rehabilitation process are laid out.


Mental health treatments are different, and they vary for patients. The treatment team will come up with a tailored plan for you involving Medication, Exercise Regimen,Occupational Therapy and a medley of Therapeutic approaches based on your unique challenges.
Through the treatment, you will be working with a primary counselor who will work with you and help identify your objectives and guide you with the utmost care. The pace and length of the treatment are mostly based on the specific case and many clinical milestones.


Gone are the days when psychiatric or addiction medication required a limited range of chemical formulations. Today the ease of availability of the required medication has made the psychiatrist’s job easier. This has resulted in a sharp recovery of patient’s overtime period. Given the abundance of in house psychiatric nurses who are guided by in-house Doctors in well equipped nursing hospital relapses, panic attacks, etc are well taken care of. Many patients who show signs of functional improvement are subjected to vocational therapy to compliment pharmacological interventions.

Your new normal

The Rehab process helps you in being in touch with your feelings, personal authenticity, gaining control over negative thoughts, and identifying triggers that lead to anxiety and helplessness. This will help you manage your condition and equip you with the tools and skills you need to get back to society and find purpose.