Tasks of the department of treatment of daily alcohol dependence:
- implementation of psychotherapy programs;
- provision of individual and collective preventive treatment and rehabilitation services to drug addicts;
- establishing a therapeutic relationship with the patient and his family;
- carrying out consultative and educational activities for family members of drug addicts;
Preparation of the patient who has completed the basic therapy program for continuation of therapy in the outpatient program; cooperation with drug clinics and other institutions involved in the treatment of addiction;
education to involve patients and their families in health-promoting behaviors; to acquaint the patient with his rights and responsibilities; conducting diagnostic tests on patients; provision of professional, integrated medical, nursing and therapeutic care at the optimal quantitative and qualitative level, depending on the patient’s state of health; provision of patients with medicines and hygiene products;
performance of other duties arising from certain regulatory legal acts; consideration of issues related to medical documentation and statistics; Collection of medical information on the implementation of the contract with the National Health Fund and other health care entities provided by the department; The duration of the patient’s stay and treatment in the drug department is individualized and depends on the general health of the patient and the patient’s ability to perform the program.
At the end of full-time treatment of alcohol dependence, the patient is discharged home. Medical services provided in the department of treatment of daily alcohol dependence, in particular: implementation of the program of psychotherapy of alcohol dependence; provision of individual and group preventive and therapeutic services to alcoholics;
carrying out consultative and educational activities for family members of drug addicts; preparation of patients who have completed the basic therapy program to continue therapy in the outpatient program. 16. 1. The drug treatment clinic is managed by a manager. Tasks of the narcology clinic: diagnosis of mental and behavioral disorders caused by the use of psychoactive substances, disorders of habits and motives and disorders of adaptation;
provision of individual and group preventive and therapeutic services to dependent and dependent people; carrying out consultative and educational activities for family members of drug addicts; support the activities of primary health care facilities in the field of early diagnosis and short-term intervention and, if necessary, medical advice; cooperation with organizations and self-help groups to address addiction problems. Services are provided through consultations, visits, individual and / or group psychotherapy classes, programs.