Beta Care Hospital Rehabilitation Unit (BCHRU) was launched in 2018 in celebration of the 10-year anniversary of Beta Care Hospital, the mother organization, and to cater for the emerging health needs of the community. Since BCHRU is situated within an in-patient hospital setup, our clients are assured of holistic therapy, round-the-clock security, and 24/7 medical emergency support. We also provide nutritious meals, 3-times a day, in adequate portions to promote the overall well being of all our residents.
We believe there is always a way out of addiction/dependence on any substance, by providing a conducive environment and proper spiritual nourishment, guidance, and counseling. Our treatment approach comprises psychiatric/clinical treatment and assessment, medical intervention, and psychotherapy from a team of highly qualified health professionals.
Beta Care Hospital Rehabilitation Unit (BCHRU) offers a highly customized, holistic approach to the treatment of alcohol and substance dependency. Each treatment plan begins with a preliminary assessment to determine the best way to address the resident’s specific needs. We recognize that most people who are addicted have different circumstances that led them to it. As a result, each person reacts to each treatment plan differently.
Before admission, we learn everything about the individual, design an individualized treatment plan, and create a unique process just for the individual. We also assess and review social, psychological, physical, and spiritual needs throughout the treatment process, and set up an aftercare program for relapse prevention. Ultimately, our clients enjoy better and long-lasting results.
In addition, BCHRU is registered with NACADA (National Authority for the Campaign Against Alcohol and Drug Abuse) and NHIF accredited. This means that our processes and services have been recognized as safe and effective for addiction treatment, and that any civil servant who carries comprehensive NHIF cover is eligible for the NHIF Rebate of Kshs. 60,000 per 90 days, which should make the rehabilitation programs more affordable.