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Frequently Asked Questions

Narcotics drugs are a class of drugs that have pain-relieving properties and are often used in medical settings to manage pain. However, some narcotics drugs, such as heroin and fentanyl, are highly addictive and can cause serious harm.
The most common types of narcotics drugs include morphine, methamphetamine, Methadone, barbiturates, fentanyl, and heroin, tetrahydrocannabinol etc.
The effects of narcotics drugs vary depending on the type of drug and the dosage. Generally, narcotics drugs produce feelings of relaxation, euphoria, and pain relief. However, they can also cause drowsiness, nausea, constipation, slowed breathing, and in some cases, overdose and death.
People can become addicted to narcotics drugs when they misuse them or take them for non-medical purposes. Over time, the body can develop a tolerance to the drug, leading to a need for higher doses to achieve the same effect. This can eventually lead to physical and psychological dependence.
The signs of narcotics drug addiction may include increased drug use, withdrawal symptoms when attempting to quit, neglecting responsibilities, social withdrawal, and changes in behavior and mood.
Narcotics drug addiction can be treated with a range of evidence-based treatments, including medication-assisted treatment, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and support groups. Treatment is typically tailored to the individual needs and circumstances of each patient.
We offer a comprehensive range of evidence-based treatment services for drugs addicted patients, including medication, individual therapy, group therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and family counseling.
The length of treatment depend upon addict age & drugs addiction duration. Normally we provide 3 months duration treatment.
Our success rate varies depending on the severity of the addiction and the commitment of the patient to the treatment process. However, we are proud to say that many of our patients have successfully overcome their addiction and achieved lasting recovery.
Yes, we prioritize patient confidentiality and adhere to all legal and ethical guidelines to protect the privacy of our patients.
You can make an appointment by calling our organization or filling out a form on our website. Our intake team will guide you through the process and answer any questions you may have.
Currently we are working in 5 districts: 2 Branches: Peshawar, 1 Branch: Kohat, 2 Branches: Malakand, 1 Branch: Khyber Agency, 1 Branch: Timargara Lower Dir.