Structural and Functional Analysis of Alcoholic Rehabilitation Centers in Pune City

  • Kuldeep S Yadav Research Scholar Yashwantrao Chavan Institute of Social Sciences and Research Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Pune
  • B.T. Lawani Director Yashwantrao Chavan Institute of Social Sciences and Research Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Pune
Keywords: Alcoholic Rehabilitation centre, Treatment Therapies, programs / activities for anti alcoholism.

Abstract

Alcoholism among youth has emerged as a serious problem in the Indian metro cities like Pune. Rapid urbanization, industrialization of life along with material mindness which modern civilization has brought. It is responsible for the increase in the alcoholism among young people. This scenario is particularly troublesome in rapidly developed metro city like Pune. This study highlights the various functions programs, conducting in alcoholic rehabilitation centers and therapies adopted in the treatment of alcoholic person. This study also highlights the various difficulties facing by the rehabilitation centers located in Pune city.

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Published
2018-12-27
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