Shanti Home Mission

Shanti Home Advanced De-Addiction, Mental Health Clinic and Psychiatric Rehabilitation offers inpatient and outpatient medical facilities. Our aim is to deliver standard patient-focused treatment with due dignity and respect in a safe and therapeutic atmosphere.  We constantly attempt to bring a change in the lives of our patients and assist them to recover their working at the office, in school, at home, and in their associations with family and other significant individuals in their lives. Esteem for patients, the stability of care, and robust message between all people engaged in patient care describe our methodology.

Shanti Home Advanced De-Addiction, Mental Health Clinic and Psychiatric Rehabilitation is committed to the prevention, treatment, and cure of anxiety, panic, depressive, obsessive-compulsive, substance abuse & addiction, schizophrenia, eating disorders, sleep disorders, bipolar disorders and other trauma-related disorders through education, medication, therapies and research. Our objective emphasizes on the improvement of the quality of life for those with these psychological and substance abuse disorders.

Shanti Home seeks to outshine as a valued, active and prominent organization advancing psychology as a science. The fundamental values that lead our mission embrace pursuit of brilliance, awareness, diversity and ethical action at the right time. Our strategic plan objectives are to maximize the association’s organizational effectiveness, expand psychology’s role in progressing health and enhance recognition of psychology as a science.  Our effort is driven by our vow to encourage mental health as an acute part of overall health wellness, including preventive facilities for all, early identification and intervention for those at risk, integrated care, services, and support for ones who need it, with recovery as the main goal. The mental health disorders should be cured long before they reach the most critical stage in the ailment process. When we consider other diseases like cancer or heart stroke, we don’t wait for years to cure them. We start before we reach the last stage—we begin with precaution, detect symptoms, and make an action plan to converse and hopefully stop the advancement of the disease. So why don’t we do the same for people who are dealing with possibly serious mental illness? Like other diseases, we need to address to these symptoms on time, recognize the underlying disease and plan an appropriate course of action on a path towards overall health inclusive of sound mental health for a happy and a healthy life.

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