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RMS offers the Matrix Model of Intensive Outpatient Alcohol & Drug Treatment Program. This is a comprehensive, evidence-based, 16 week individualized Treatment program.
We are committed to improve the lives of individuals and families affected by alcohol and/or drug use.
The Matrix approach emphasizes the use of outpatient techniques, which enables clients to live at home and continue working or attending school while they are in treatment. Treatments focus on concrete lifestyle modifiction, training in relapse prevention, education about dependencies, and family involvement.
The Matrix institute is internationally recognized for its structured, outpatient treatments and research-supported interventions. It is the only specific treatments noted by the National Institute on Drug Abuse"Principles of Drug Addiction Treatment."

For more info, please contact: 082 466 7713

Corporate Partner/ FavorSA



For further info:
082 850 3173

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American Affiliate:
Faces and Voices of Recovery,
1010 Vermont Avenue N.W.,
No.708, Washington DC 20005

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The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence



Cape Town based help centre for both addicts and the friends & family of addicts


Medical Research Council


SACENDU

South African Community Epidemiology Network on Drug Use

South Africa National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence


A South African resource guide for understanding and managing alcoholism


The Johnson Institute



The Hazelden Foundation



Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.


CCAR



Australian Drug Foundation



NIDA

www.wiredinitiative.com

SAHMSA'S National Clearing House for Alcohol and Drug Information







Virtual Breathalyzer

Favor SA supports the campaign of SADD


South Africans Against Drunk Driving