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CAR CENTRE D’ACCUEIL DE LA ROSIERE. Sr. Alice VIVIEN. HISTORY INTRODUCTION 2009 : End of the year, Bishop Denis Wiehe , José Ah- Choon , some ex-drug addicts’ parents organized some meetings: How to help the drug addicts in Seychelles?

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HISTORY
  • INTRODUCTION
  • 2009:
  • End of the year, Bishop Denis Wiehe, José Ah-Choon,
  • some ex-drug addicts’ parents organized some meetings:
  • How to help the drug addicts in Seychelles?
  • Is there any other way to help those especially whose parents cannot afford to go overseas?
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2010

18TH January: OPENING OF THE CENTRE(CAR)

19TH MARCH: Official opening and end of the residential period

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What do we do?
  • Pre-residential program
  • Residential program
  • Reinsertion program
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PRERESIDENTIAL PROGRAM
  • FIRST CONTACT
  • DETOX
  • SESSIONS
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FIRST CONTACT

Parents/partner/a relative accompany the sick person to the Centre (CAR)

They meet the director/ an animator.

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PRE-SESSION PROGRAM

Two times a week:

Tuesday & Friday from 4h30 to 6h00 p.m

What is done?

Conversation/listening/ questions

No drug during the pre-session program

Honesty

Parent/relative/partner has his/her say.

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The philosophy:
  • You can do it alone but you cannot help yourself alone.
  • One day at a time.
  • Criteria to enter the centre:
  • To come accompanied
  • Punctuality
  • Attendance
  • No lie/ be true to yourself and to others/ be honest
  • Number of sessions: at least a dozen
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RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM
  • Who can enter?
  • Punctuality/regular attendance/ abstain from drug
  • How long? 9 weeks
  • The goals:
  • Help them to know how to live in society/ with their family/ to rediscover they are an individual able to love and feel loved.
  • To live clockwise
  • Give them opportunity to learn and unlearn the way they have been living while on drugs.
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Rediscover their body/ their spiritual side and moral.
  • Everything needs to be explained to them
  • How? Through: A Time-table/briefing
  • Cleanliness/Tidiness
  • The rediscovery of God/High power in their life.
  • Occupation: They have been leading a life without aim, give them the joy of doing things. Not much free time.
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Forgiveness
  • Counselling: One to one and group counselling
  • Sport/Yoga
  • sessions on sexuality/debates/ cultural activities
  • Outings/ swimming
  • Live drug free. How to enjoy themselves
  • Parents’ visit once a week on Saturday for 4 weeks then on Monday after the 5th week onwards.
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Back home for one day: End of 5th Week on Saturday
  • Following week-end (6th one) 1 day: Saturday
  • 7th week-end: Saturday and Sunday
  • 8th week-end: Friday 2 pm to Monday Morning 8 am
  • 9th week: Friday: Graduation with mass and celebration
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REINSERTION
  • Once a week, always accompanied, never alone but...
  • From 3 p.m. to 4.30 p.m
  • Check-in
  • Some sessions: Trust, how to behave/ difficulties encountered/ temptation/ craving etc...
  • Reinsertion for one year
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Conditions to work with drug addicts:
  • Love them
  • Believe that they can change and that you can help them to bring changes to their life
  • Be prepared to work at odd hours
  • You work as a team and not alone.
  • We cannot say things once for all even if they are 60 and above…
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A DRUG ADDICT/ ALCOHOLIC
  • Who is he? A person, an individual like you and me and the only difference is that she/he takes drugs or ALCOHOL.
  • She/he has become dependent on drugs and cannot get away from it.
  • She/he is a patient and needs to be looked at as a sick person.
  • Once one starts, she/he cannot stop. It becomes a need more than food.
  • She/he is the only one who can decide when she/he wants to stop. She/he can do it but not alone.
  • Sr Alice VIVIEN
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There are many circumstances that lead someone to start taking drugs:
  • A problem
  • A disappointment at work/home/with friends/girlfriend/boy friend etc…
  • psychologically weak at one stage in her/his life.
  • Influence: “try it you will be a man”
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Our reaction?
  • They want it.
  • They can stop
  • They should be put in prison
  • They are wrong
  • But when it is one of our friends/relatives etc.
  • Parents/friends relatives feel ashamed. This should not be known.
  • We don’t come forward.
  • We give money. We hide things that she/he is doing. We find excuses etc…
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