Rehabilitation Centers in Karachi

Are you or your loved one ready to change? Are you suffering from and kind of addiction? If you are looking for help, here you will find the available Rehabilitation Centers in Karachi for Drug Addicts.

If you have anyone suffering from Drug Addiction, I suggest take them to any reputable Rehab immediately. Take addiction as an illness and don’t let your loved ones suffer.

Despite numerous efforts of our law enforcement agencies, drugs of different kind endlessly pour in the country. Drugs see no age, gender nor religion, it victimizes all equally around the globe. Today Drug Trade has become a multi-billion-dollar industry.

Hundreds of millions of lives around the globe are being affected. Even though there are rehabilitation centers to help such victims, may may lose the battle before time.

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United Nations Office Report on Drug Abuse

According to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, Pakistan has 6.7 million drug users. More than 4 million of these are addicts. Abuse of cannabis and heroin is rife in the country and the drugs are extremely cheap and easy to get. Most of the drugs come from Afghanistan. UNODC calculates that more than 800,000 Pakistanis aged between 15 and 64 use heroin regularly. It is also estimated that up to 44 tons of processed heroin are consumed annually in Pakistan – a rate of use twice or thrice that of America’s. A further 110 tons of heroin and morphine from neighboring Afghanistan are trafficked through Pakistan to international markets. Furthermore, Pakistan’s illegal drug trade is believed to generate up to $2 billion a year

The number of drug (Cannabis) users is particularly high in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan, which neighbors Afghanistan, where close to 11 percent of the population is hooked on drugs (mainly Cannabis) In 2013, the number of drug users in Balochistan was 280,000. In Punjab and Sindh Heroin and Opium users are significantly higher than other parts of the country. The use of Heroin and Opium is widespread in rural areas of Punjab and Sindh.

The number of injection drug users in Punjab has also increased sharply in the recent years. In 2007, Pakistan had an estimated 90,000 injecting drug users but the number had risen to around 500,000 by 2014. This increase has also been accompanied by an increase in HIV positivity. According to research, in 2005, about 11 percent of Pakistani drug users were HIV positive. That number had risen to 40 percent in 2011.

Types of Drugs in Pakistan

Types of Drugs
Types of Drugs

 There are different types of drugs and they are further classified as well as given many street names. Illegal drugs are placed into 3 classes internationally – A, B or C. This is broadly based on the harms they may cause either to the user or to society when they are misused.


Class A Drugs in Pakistan

  1. Heroin (Diamorphine)
  2. Cocaine
  3. Methadone
  4. Ecstasy
  5. LSD
  6. Magic Mushroom

Class B Drugs in Pakistan

  1. Amphetamines
  2. Methamphetamines
  3. Barbiturates
  4. Cannabis
  5. Cathinone

Class C Drugs In Pakistan

  1. Benzodiazepines
  2. GHB/GBL
  3. Ketamine
  4. Anabolic Steroids
  5. Benzylpiperazine

Cheap and Unclassified Drugs in Pakistan

  1. Petrol
  2. Paint Thinners
  3. Paint
  4. Diesel
  5. Glue (SAMADBOND) 


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Don’t Let your loved ones suffer alone, don’t let them fall prey to any drugs. Help them by taking to the professional available in the Rehabilitation Center. Below find the available Rehabilitation Centers in Karachi.



Rehabilitation Centers in Karachi
Rehabilitation Centers in Karachi

AAS Recovery Center (ARC)

ARC is a state of the art residential addiction rehabilitation center. It provides five-star treatment in a luxurious and therapeutic environment. It holds over 15 years of experience in the treatment, rehabilitation and aftercare of sufferers of addiction.

ARC, a treatment center was launched by the AAS Trust, a non-profit organization in Pakistan that provides treatment, rehabilitation and aftercare to street children and underprivileged adults suffering from substance addiction.

Treatment for children, which in addition to counselling and medical treatment, includes housing, food, clothes and foster care, is absolutely free. While adults admitted to the centers pay a subsidized rate of PKR 14,000 per month, which covers their food and lodging costs, the counselling and treatment costs are borne by the Trust

ARC provides personalized and quality treatment for substance addiction and co-occurring addictive behaviors. Substances include, but are not limited to:

  1. Alcohol
  2. Illicit drugs (opiates, cocaine, cannabis, crystal meth)
  3. Prescription drugs/ Benzodiazepines (painkillers and tranquilizers such as Xanax, Valium)

How to Contact ARC Rehab Center

15-C, Block-6, PECHS, Karachi

(92) 213-4391521-24,25

(92) 0315-2741385

Head Office:  Plot# 8-C, Old Sunset Blulevard, Commercial Street Phase 2, DHA, Karachi



A simple donation can be made via:

Cheque: Crossed cheque in favour of AAS Trust may be mailed to:

Plot # 8-C, old Sunset Boulevard, Commercial Street Phase II (Ext.), D.H.A. Karachi – Pakistan

Bank Transfer: Direct Bank transfers may be made to the AAS Trust accounts

– PKR Habib Bank Limited

Account number: 50007900281555

Swift Code: HABBPKKA IBAN: PK21HABB0050007900281555

Account Name: AAS TRUST

 Ibtida Drug Rehabilitation Centre

Ibtida has been working with drug addicts since 1984. Ibtida is Urdu for beginning. The programme helps people of all faiths to come off drugs, believing the best way to stay drug free is through transformed lives. The government and private sector place their emphasis on providing detoxification services. Ibtida offers a new approach to drug abuse, emphasizing community-based rehabilitation and a spiritual response to their message of repentance.

‘We find that more and more addicts respond to our message of repenting from the sin of drug taking, whether they are Christian, Muslim or Hindu,’ says Philip Simpson. ‘We pray in Jesus’ name and people recognize the power of his name, whatever their own faith.’ Many who have come off drugs with Ibtida say that prayer is more powerful than medicine. ‘We know that most drug addicts will stop taking drugs for a short while, and then start taking drugs again. We aim to work with people until they are strong in their new life.’

How to Contact Ibtida Drug Rehabilitation Center

Fatima Jinnah Rd, Civil Lines, Karachi

(92) 21 35660901

Willing Ways Karachi

Willing Ways, Karachi is a state-of-the-art facility for Change Counseling. It began operation 37 years ago when Pakistan was suddenly hit hard by the ‘Heroin epidemic. As the heroin addiction declined with the passage of time, alcoholism picked up in Karachi. So, it was well in time when Willing Ways, Karachi opened its doors for families who were suffering from a loved one’s drinking.  Willing Ways, Karachi also focused on problems emerging from other addictive behaviors that turn families in to dysfunctional units. We focused on what we call Counseling for Change, to bring peace and serenity in the lives of those who have been suffering in silence, because of a family member’s addictive behavior.

Willing Ways Karachi has struggled for Addiction, alcoholism, all night parties, infidelity, gambling, obesity and other excessive behaviors.


How to Contact Willing Ways Karachi

4-C 21st Commercial Street، Phase 2 Commercial Area Defence Housing Authority, Karachi,

021-35318373 – 5

(92) 0300-2155956

(Wakeel Murad, Director Karachi Clinic)

Email : [email protected] 



New Horizon Care Center (NHCC)

New horizon care center (NHCC) is a non-profit organization committed to provide drug treatment, rehabilitation and financial assistance to the poor patients of Substance Use Disorder (SUD) and their families. New Horizons Care Centre (NHCC) is the very first treatment & rehabilitation center of Pakistan providing Free treatment, rehabilitation, after care and follow-up services to patients of Substance Use Disorder. Moreover, NHCC has been working on the treatment of women and their rehabilitation, HIV Prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of street children etc. It’s also a drug abuse prevention organization that develop, and promote strategies, policies, healthy life styles, enhancing positive attitudes, improving life skills and empowering individuals to reduce illegal drug use, drug addiction, crimes and drug-related injuries.

How to Contact New Horizon Care Center

Plot No. B-17, Block-1, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Karachi


[email protected]


Therapy Works

Therapy Works is a counselling and psychotherapy center affiliated with the Counselling and Psychotherapy Central Awarding Body (CPCAB) in the United Kingdom and is a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). The organization offers a wide variety of diverse services in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad.

Therapy Works was established in 2007 in response to the growing demand for highly qualified professionals to work sensitively and creatively with people, and who would be equipped with a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic tools to serve the people of Pakistan who have no mass emotional health support from established sources.


How to contact Therapy Works

F-4, Block 4, Opp. Ameer Khusro Park, Clifton.

0213-5870767, 0345-2750006,


[email protected]


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