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Sukoon Health launches its first state-of-the-art Drugs and Substance Recovery Centre in New Delhi

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Plans to open 20 Rehab Centres across major metros over the next 6 years⮚ Adopts a 360-degree approach to offer tailor-made residential treatment programs to suit the unique needs of each individualSukoon Health, India’s premier chain of mental health hospitals, has unveiled its state-of-the-art Drugs and Substance Recovery Centre in Chhatarpur, New Delhi.

This Recovery Centre adopts a unique 360-degree approach to deliver comprehensive and personalized care for individuals facing challenges with alcohol and substance abuse.

Each patient will receive a specially tailored care plan to address their specific needs. To counter growing alcohol and substance abuse amongst Indians, Sukoon plans to open 20 Rehab Centres across major metros over the next 6 years.According to a national survey conducted by the government, a staggering 1.58 crore children aged between 10 and 17 years are addicted to substances.

Alcohol addiction is most common followed by Cannabis and Opioids. About 16 crore people consume alcohol and more than 5.7 crore are dependent on alcohol and need help.

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