Mental Healthcare: Benefits of Addiction Treatment for Individuals, Communities and Governments, Dianova’s corporate external EXIT® Magazine 2018 is now available for readers online “Offering treatments based on the scientific evidence is now helping millions of affected individuals to regain control over their lives.” It’s never…
We all know the benefits of teamwork. Why not put people’s power to work together for more complex challenges, such as violence, dependencies, poverty or education?
This is the conviction that moves us on Dianova. We believe that with the right support, each person can find in himself the resources needed to achieve success in his personal development and social integration. Regardless of your history, gender or condition.
94% Customer Satisfaction and 89% Service Recommendation SGS ICS – International Certification Services confirmed the renewal of the Quality Management System certification. And also the respective transition to ISO 9001: 2015. This certification is in the scope of the Rehabilitation and Reinsertion of Drug Addicts…
Some 31 million of people who use drugs suffer from drug use disorders, meaning that their drug use is harmful to the point where they may need treatment.
People use alcohol or other drugs for various reasons: to seek pleasure, to support the difficulties of life, to improve one’s performances, etc. In most industrialized countries, alcohol and other drug use is increasing in the workplace as in society and no professional sector is immune to this phenomenon.
Despite the extent of this public health problem, people facing addictive disorders must face a highly stigmatizing moral judgment from society as a whole, particularly with regard to people who use illicit drugs. According to World Health Organization, addiction to illicit drugs is the most stigmatizing condition. The media should take a different look at addiction disorders, drug use and drug policies instead of relying on traditional narratives. The media can in particular play a significant role in combating drug-related stigma and discrimination while focusing more widely on the failure of the “War on drugs” and the need for new approaches.