Best Addiction Treatment Center in Karachi and Murree

About Us

Sadaqat Clinic is the best treatment center in Pakistan for the treatment of drug addiction and besides being the best treatment center, Sadaqat Clinic also has the honor of being the first drug treatment center in Pakistan and the treatment center for drug addiction. ۔ Sadaqat Clinic started its regular operations in the late 70’s and this was the time when heroin epidemic was spreading in Pakistan. Responsible for informing that drug addiction is treatable at any stage of the day. Today, the Sadaqat Clinic offers all kinds of drugs whether it be heroin, ice, cocaine, alcohol, marijuana or any non-chemical addiction. Video games are the best treatment center in Pakistan for internet treatment. There are two branches of Sadaqat Clinic, one in Karachi and the other in Murree which are the best treatment centers for drug addiction in their respective cities.

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Mental illness and addiction

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12 steps program

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Treatment……What?Why?How?

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What is Marijuana?

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Intervention

Research has shown that the ultimate responsibility for drug addiction lies with the patient because he or she initiated the drug himself. You have never done anything to cause him to have this disease but if you want you can play a full role in getting him out of drugs.

Process Intervention

Interventions and family behaviors that result in the patient being willing to give up drugs and seek treatment are called corrective behaviors. In corrective behaviors, we limit the patient. Correctional attitudes may seem difficult and awkward, but when support and provocation make matters worse, there is no choice. Corrective attitudes are free from grief and anger and beatings. In order to get rid of grief and anger, it is necessary to recognize the disease of intoxication as a real disease. In corrective behaviors, we treat the patient according to his actions (addiction).

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Family Intervention

The steps taken by the family and the experts for the welfare of the patient are called interventions. Interventions pave the way for patient treatment. The patient does not cry out loud for help but his bitterness is actually a cry for help. You can’t hear the silent screams hidden in this call. If the family presents the results and conditions of the illness to the patient in an acceptable manner then consent can be obtained. In a situation where a patient cannot make a better decision for himself due to intoxication, Ahl-e-Khan.

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Crisis Intervention

In situations where the patient’s life is in danger or the patient’s behavior is having a devastating effect on the family, there is no choice but to resort to “crisis intervention”. At the Crisis Intervention, the “counter-narcotics expert” with his team reaches out to the patient under a set plan and takes him under his protection. Behind the crisis intervention is the idea that when a house catches fire, the policy of “watching and waiting” would be cruel. Especially in Pakistan where drug addiction is a crime and the punishment for this crime is severe.

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Our Executive Team

Dr. Sadaqat Ali / Project Director

Dr. Sadaqat Ali is the Project Director of Sadaqat Clinic and Welling Ways. He is one of the country’s leading drug experts. His name is most prominent in the field of drug treatment in Pakistan. He did his MBBS from Dow Medical College, Karachi, and then went on to study medicine at Hazeldon, Minnesota, USA. So far, thousands of drug addicts have been cured by them.

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Taha Sadaqat / C.E.O

Mr. Taha Sadaqat graduated from Government College, University. He successfully completed his Bachelor’s degree in Communication, Political Science, and English Literature followed by a Masters’s in English Literature. He was also awarded a Certificate of Honor and Distinguished Service by Government College, University. He became increasingly involved in extracurricular activities and was invited to become a member of Government College, University Senior Club: a group of outstanding students who were involved in university policy-making in their time.

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Abdur Rehman Sadaqat / C.O.O

Mr. Abdul Rehman is the Executive Director and Psychologist at Sadaqat Welling Ways and Sadaqat Clinic. He graduated from Beacon House National University, Lahore in Psychology. He has served as a Training Psychologist at Fatima Memorial Hospital, Ganga Ram Hospital and Services Hospital. Mr. Abdul Rehman specializes in communication training at Welling Ways and Sadaqat Clinic. He has received specialized training in Crucial Conversation from Vital Smart, USA.

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Mohsin Nawaz / Executive PR

Mr. Mohammad Mohsin Nawaz is the Executive PR Director of Welling Ways and Sadaqat Clinic. He is a true inspiration, possessing high communication skills, a versatile personality. At the age of two, his legs were affected by a polio attack, and then at the age of seven, he faced another physical challenge that blinded him, but he did not give up. Instead, they overcame it and accepted it with full courage and enthusiasm.

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Nadeem Iqbal / Director Sadaqat Clinic Karachi

Nadeem Iqbal works as Director / Psychologist at Sadaqat Clinic Karachi. He completed his Masters in Applied Psychology from Islamia University Bahawalpur in 2009 after completing his Masters in Applied Psychology. He hails from Bahawalnagar and during his Masters he internship at Fountain House Lahore and later worked as a psychologist there and during his work he also participated in many workshops held at Fountain House Lahore. And also got the certificate.

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Dr. Amna Nawaz / Director Sadaqat Clinic Murree

Dr. Amna Nawaz will be a part of Willing Ways Lahore in 2015. He b. S. C (Hons) and M.Sc. Educated from Government College University Lahore. During her studies, she participated in academic and extracurricular activities at her university, and was elected vice-president and then president of the Society of Psychology. He received training in psychology from Shaukat Khanum Hospital Lahore and Punjab Institute of Mental Health.

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FAQs

What is meant by drugs?

Drugs are “drugs” that have the potential to change a person’s mental state and behavior. With their use, mental and physical ailments lose their intensity. Each drug has its own specific behavior. Some intoxication calms the mind and some stimulates. Some drugs are painkillers and some are thought-provoking.

What drugs have been used in the subcontinent?

Cannabis, marijuana, alcohol and opium addiction are traditionally prevalent in the subcontinent. The use of cough syrups, sleeping pills and narcotic injections has become dangerous in the last few years. The heroin epidemic has spread rapidly since the 1980’s.

What kind of people do most drugs?

It has been observed that people who are anxious, normal, happy and all kinds of people are addicted. Addiction is usually referred to as entertainment, custom, or “cure.” Anxiety, intoxication and easy availability make it smooth. People use drugs like flowers for both happiness and sorrow.

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Contact Us!

 

Dun Leth Kart Road

0322-7413639


1-A-1/29 Near Urdu Bazaar Nazimabad No. 1 Karachi

021-36617712

Nadeem Iqbal (Director)
0314-6865271