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Nolan James Centre

We handles all forms of chemical dependency cases. The success rate is 65% -of those who enroll in the program and finish successfully without using drugs / alcohol in the centre.

Who We Are

Nolan James centre is a private rehabilitation centre that was founded in December 2017. The pioneer of the Centre is Frankline olweya. A counselling psychologist and also an alcoholic in recovery.  The centre main objective is to tailor make a treatment program for every client the centre gets. Nolan James centre is therefore driven by passion to see alcoholics defeat this malady, addiction.

What We Do

Nolan James is an alcohol and substance abuse treatment centre, dedicated to offering holistic, individual based recovery path to sobriety, through multidisciplinary approach incorporating the most effective treatment program customized specifically for you. The centre is an oasis of tranquillity away from your addiction triggers and ideal place to start fresh.

Our Plan

The Recovery Process.

The typical daily regime of Nolan James Centre is highly structured, begins at 6 a.m. and ends at 11 p.m. in which residents participate in.

i. Individual Counseling .
This is a weekly practice but can also be arranged anytime outside normal schedule depending on the need of the client.

It is a process by which a patient is guided, supported and directed by his or her counselor as he or she develops personal strategies and plans the course and expectation of treatment goals. It is designed to help the patients build commitment throughout the process of behavior and attitude modification.

Treatment Plan.

The focus is on social learning, personal growth, lifestyle change and concepts such as peer pressure, role modeling, self-help, personal responsibility, reality confrontation.

The process of social learning is specifically the inculcation of more positive values and direction facilitated by an open and sharing atmosphere where people are understanding each others problems and are encouraged to support each other and help themselves and one another improve.

The treatment program is implemented in three different stages namely:
  • Orientation/ social Detoxification – 2 weeks.
  • Primary Treatment – 8 weeks.
  • Discharge plan – 2 weeks.

Intervention Plan.

The vision
Our vision is to help the suffering chemically dependent person who voluntarily enters treatment to achieve complete sobriety which means not only freedom from drug indulgence but also peace of mind, contentment, peace of soul, adjustment to life, to reality, to God’s will and man’s presence.

The primary goals
The primary goal is to foster personal growth and development toward self-fulfillment of the individual suffering addict through social leaning in a community of concerned people working together to help themselves and each other.

 Elements of Recovery
The keys to recovery from chemical dependency are simple in concept yet very sophisticated in application. These four elements require the joint effort of both patient and staff:
  • Repair of medical and social damage
  • Abstinence from alcohol and other mood-altering drugs.
  • Restoration of self-esteem.
  • Involvement with self-help group for alcoholics and drug addicts (AA and NA)
Group Therapy.
  • Static Group
    The Static Group is a steady group of peers and leaders that meet over a long period of time throughout treatment.  This group is a kind of “home” group for a resident and is more in line with the classic group psychotherapy.  Members remain in the group for an agreed upon time and the group may be structured around a case load, or peer level.
  • Relapse Prevention group
    This group is often conducted in a seminar series format where residents are provided with basic information on relapse and relapse prevention techniques.

The residents are helped through various exercises to identify their personal high-risk factors and triggers that could lead them to relapse.  Residents also learn specific techniques to prevent or manage a relapse.


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