The Pham-Ms. Tam-Anh-M.A. program is a comprehensive drug addiction treatment program for the treatment of substance abuse and alcoholism in the community. The Pham-Ms. Tam-Anh-M.A. incorporates a variety of substance abuse treatment modalities, which can include individual and group counseling, education, family therapy, social support systems, healthcare needs analysis and health support. This comprehensive assessment and intervention model addresses the specific needs and challenges of the community’s substance abuse and alcoholism patients.
The Pham-Ms. Tam-Anh-M.A. incorporates a comprehensive service delivery model that ensures full patient care with respect to diagnosis, detoxification, aftercare, medication compliance, relapse prevention, and therapeutic services monitoring. This drug addiction treatment program offers a comprehensive multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of substance abuse and alcoholism using a holistic approach. The comprehensive service delivery model and its focus on the entire person have been used to gain an international reputation for its high quality and cost effective treatment of substance abuse and alcoholism.
The Pham-Ms. Tam-Anh-M.A. ‘s drug addiction treatment program is offered in Vietnamese and English and includes the primary care doctor as well as psychiatrists, therapists, medical nurses and addiction specialists. The primary objective of the program is to provide the patients with a detoxification process and rehabilitation services to address the problem of substance abuse and alcoholism. The primary focus of the primary care doctor is to screen the patients for any underlying medical conditions and prescribe medicines according to the requirement of the patient. The therapists incorporate scientific methods of treatment with compassion and understanding and utilize techniques such as meditation, self-hypnosis, positive imagery, biofeedback, and neuro-linguistic programming. The addiction specialists are involved in providing counseling and guidance to the patients and their families.