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INDEX: GENERAL INFORMATION Co-ordinates: S26⁰32.130’   E27⁰56.132’ 1. Introduction 2. History of the centre 3. Preamble 4. Foreword 5. Contact details 6. Mission statement 7. Period and cost of internment 8. Our objectives 9. Vision 10. Towards these objectives our treatment process includes 11. Objectives of the centre 12. Location and locality 13. Registration of De Deur as a health centre 14. Organogram 15. Staff 16. Code of conduct 17. Fees and application for Zakaat 18. Medical aid 19. How to have a patient admitted 20. Conditions under which patients are admitted and treated 21. What to expect on arrival 22. What to bring with 23. What is expected of the patient 24. Aims of the treatment 25. Nature of treatment 26. Daily programme 27. Programme 28. Recreation. 29. Typical menu 30. Discharge before release date 31. Visitation 32. Help available to the family 33. What you can do to help 34. Other services provided by the centre 35. Aftercare centres. 36. Statistics on drug abuse and its effects. 37. Patient demographics 38. Analysis of most common drugs. 39. Conclusion DETOXIFICATION PROCESS 1. What is detoxification? 2. MHC detoxification programme. 3. Cost of detoxification. IBOGAINE TREATMENT 1. The process. 2. Effect on patients 3. How it works 4. Cost of the Ibogaine Programme. LONG TERM ADMITTANCE 1. What it entails. GUIDE TO PARENTS 1. This will be published in a separate booklet. *** Please note that De Deur in the document will refer to De Deur Health Centre.
GENERAL INFORMATION 1. INTRODUCTION I t   is   only   by   the   grace   of   the   Almighty   ALLAAH   that   we   have   been   granted   the   opportunity to   offer   our   services   to   the   Ummah   (nation)   during   these   trying   times   when   there   is desperate   need   to   uplift   and   rehabilitate   the   community.   We   thank   ALLAAH   for   making   it possible,   through   HIS   mercy,   to   establish   this   centre   under   the   auspices   of   CRESCENT   OF HOPE   and   to   use   this   centre   as   a   means   of   comfort,   understanding   and   consolation towards   those   who   are   victims   of   a   harsh   and   influential   society.   We   have   been   equipped to   assist   those   who   are   afflicted   by   drug   dependence,   addiction,   depression   and/or   the obsession for other substances.  The    approach    we    have    adopted    is    similar    to    the    SALUS    programme    of    spiritual awakening,   love,   understanding   and   sincerity.      This   concept   is   applied   with   respect   for the    individual,    creative    expression,    mental    stimulation    and    a    physical    exercise programme     with     a     fundamental     common     constant     viz.     the     recognition     and acknowledgement   of   ALLAAH.      May   HE   give   us   the   strength   and   hikmat   (diplomacy)   in   our effort to successfully purge this scourge from within our society.
2. HISTORY OF THE CENTRE T he   De   Deur   Health   Centre   for   drug   rehabilitation   was   acquired   by   the   Crescent   of   Hope Organisation in 2009 and covers 5, 6786 hectares. At   this   stage   Ml.   Riyaad   Limbada   and   his   wife   Fazza   were   appointed   to   oversee   the renovation   and   development   of   the   centre.   This   was   done   under   the   supervision   of   Hafez Ismail   Kholvadia   and   Haroon   Saley.   They   dedicated   their   full   attention   to   setting   up   this ex-resort   into   a   functional   rehabilitation   centre   for   females   –   taking   into   consideration the   strict   shariah   governing   our   religion.      They   were   /   are   dedicated   to   this   cause   and   to pleasing   ALLAAH.      The   problem   outgrew   the   solution   and   we   were   forced   to   start   treating patients   on   an   ad   hoc   basis.   Patients   came   on   appointment,   had   individual   therapy   with the   counsellor   and   then   went   home   with   their   parents   –   this   after   parents   themselves attended   a   session   with   their   daughters.   But   this   did   not   help   very   much   as   the   patient went back to their environment immediately after the session. In   March   2017   the   doors   finally   opened   for   the   intake   of   patients   for   the   full   term   of   6 weeks with all the relevant role players present. We could now treat the patient fully.  . PHOTOS OF THE CENTRE