EACAS [ East Africa Centre for Addiction Services ] is dedicated to empowering persons with alcohol, drug or gambling concerns, and their families, to manage these concerns and lead more fulfilling lives through the provision of comprehensive assessment and treatment services corresponding to need. Read more
To encourage and assist our clients in achieving personal, family and community health free from substance misuse and problem gambling.
Problem gambling is harmful to psychological and public health. People who live with this addiction experience depression, migrane, distress, intestinal disorders and anxiety problems.
Like any other addictions, the consequences of gambling lead to feelings of dejection and helplessness. in some cases, it can lead to efforts of suicide.
Our clinical proffessionals provide a detailed assessment and develop an adquate treatment plan based on the individual's needs.
The treatment plan and assistance address various aspects of our client's life, financial issues,education, family and legal problems.
Behavioural therapy helps clients reduce the urge to gamble by methodically exposing them to the behaviour. This helps the way in which a client feels and thinks about gambling.
The self-help groups are very helpful as they speak to each other about same situation.
Rehabilitation – Inpatient detox program and Referrals- Persons with substance use disorders (SUDs) and problem gambling undergo a comprehensive assessment before admission. More…
Our services begin with a comprehensive assessment where the qualified and experienced professionals use different addiction dependence assessment tools for clients struggling with addiction which enables More…
Preventive measures have been put in place especially with the adolescents through raising awareness and impliment in collaboration with the community and schools where if local small More…
At EACAs, course of risks and treatment are vastly different. It is important for us to detect and assess the level or risk of substance use disorder. This determines the level of risk a client is, that is high risk, moderate or low risk... More