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A Heart-to-Art Conversation on De-addiction

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A Heart-to-Art Conversation on De-addiction

Date: June 26, 2018

Location: Manam Wellnes Centre

A Heart-to-Art Conversation on De-addiction

Manam celebrated World De-addiction Day with great aplomb and vigour. Various participants were invited from different de-addiction rehab centers to compete for prizes in slam poetry and painting. The participation was full of joy as many experiences in their journey as addicts were shared through art.

Wielding Cutlery in the Battle Against Our Demons

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Wielding Cutlery in the Battle Against Our Demons

Date: October 11, 2018

Location: Manam Wellnes Centre

Wielding Cutlery in the Battle Against Our Demons

In its journey to spearhead the cause for Mental Health, Manam opened its doors to Odisha's first daycare center in Bhubaneswar. It is a place where we adopt innovative therapeutic techniques to relax the mind from its stubborn thinking patterns. One of the therapies adopted here was cooking therapy where cooks were outsourced to teach the day-care patients lost recipes of Khakra and Aarisa, typical Odia dishes. In this fun-filled activity everyone thoroughly enjoyed, learnt and finally ate!

Discussion on Addiction and Alcoholics Anonymous

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Discussion on Addiction and Alcoholics Anonymous

Date: May 16, 2018

Location: Manam Wellnes Centre

Discussion on Addiction and Alcoholics Anonymous

Manam had the opportunity to host a dinner at its premises for renowned psychiatrists from Mumbai- D. Harish Shetty and Dr. J. Rajani, and esteemed local psychiatrists from KIMS and AIIMS, which was a part of the annual Alcoholics Anonymous meet. They highlighted the twelve-step program for de-addiction and some members shared their personal journeys as well.