Addiction is a Powerful Enemy to Mankind.

Drug Rehabilitation

Addiction is a powerful enemy to mankind. An addict person cannot fight against addiction alone. Because it is ruthless enemy spread all over the world. In India nearly 72 million people are suffering from addiction as per UNO records and increasing day by day. Addiction not only affects an individual physically but also psychologically, financially & has Social Impacts.

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Children Rescue Mission

One of the most spreading social effects of addiction is its impact on children. The young and innocent are no match to the cruelty of addiction. The tender minds are scarred and in many instances, damaged permanently. Only dedicated effort can stop the damage and rescue the children.

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Jail Ministry

Lot of people in prisons are there because of addiction related crimes. Either the crime was committed under the influence of drugs & alcohol or the crime was induced by addiction and the need for money. From petty robberies to planned mafia activities or rape, murder and other crimes, the persons committing the crime are under the influence of the mind changing substance called addiction.

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To bring transformation to individuals & families form the devastation of addiction and its related issues of abuse, poverty, Hiv, crime & violence.

Life Challenge believes that addiction is the greatest enemy of the challenges of this destructive force theough a three - point strategy of :


Actively engage in awar eness efforts to educate families about addiction


Conduct training & certification courses for addiction counse lors & fieId workers


Provode programs & recovery optians to help fartilies who are caught in addiction


Addiction is a chronic, often relapsing brain disease that causes compulsive drug abuse Fortunately, treatments are available to help people counter addiction's powerful disruptive effects. Research shows that combining addiction treatment medications with behaviour therapy is the best way to ensure success for most patients.

Treatment approaches that are tailored to each patient's drug abuse patterns and any co-occurring medical, psychiatric, and social problems can lead to sustained recovery and a life without drug abuse.

Although the initial decision to take drugs is optional for most people, the brain changes that occur over time challenge an addicted person's self-control and hamper his or her ability to resist intense impulses to take drugs.

Similar to other chronic, relapsing diseases, such as diabetes, asthma, or heart disease, drug addiction can be managed successfully. And as with other chronic diseases, it is not uncommon for a person to relapse and begin abusing drugs again.

Relapse, however, does not signal treatment failure rather, it indicates that treatment should be reinstated or adjusted or that an alternative treatment is needed to help the individual regain control and recover.