Hellenic Practice’s mission is to help save lives and end addiction. They seek to enrich people’s lives through the inspiring and healing power of professional rehabilitation practices. Hellenic Practice interprets the term rehabilitation as a passionate practice that includes medical detoxification, nutrition, physical activity, meditation, and social balance. They believe all are important factors in the human process of self-realization.
Expert Multidisciplinary Team
Hellenic Practice’s team has over 30 experts from a variety of health-related and business fields. Their entire team believes in changing the world for a better, healthier and fair future as more and more passionate health care professionals and enthusiasts are joining in the mission. Hellenic’s team and treatment program take an educational and holistic approach, healing the body along with the mind and spirit. To do this, they prioritize great nutrition, physical exercise, and a variety of therapy modalities.
Integrative, Luxury Care
Detox typically lasts 3-7 days at Hellenic Practice. To minimize discomfort and maximize safety, clients are medically monitored throughout their stay, with options available to increase comfort. Clients have the opportunity to stay in impressive homes, two of which are the Aphrodite Mansion and the Zeus top estate. Aphrodite houses just one client at a time in stunning luxury, with a jacuzzi, pool, nearby beaches, cleaning services, and a private chef. Zeus also houses one client at a time, providing 4 floors of opulent and luxury accomodations including a superb swimming pool, private gym, gardens, private garage, state of the art equipment and appliances, and an elevator for comfortable mobility. Other options include the Apollo, a luxury singular suite, and their Athena detox unit which can host up to 10 clients. Treatment services take place in Hellenic’s homes in an effort to enhance clients’ comfort and privacy. Or, if clients prefer, Hellenic Practice can go sea-bound in a luxury yacht and provide treatment on the Mediterranean Sea.
A Mission for Healing
Hellenic Practice uses their revenue to help cover expenses of the program, with revenue surplus specifically set aside to partially or fully cover the expenses of those who may need financial support. Their program is based in Athens, Greece, in the seaside town of Boula, which is an upscale residential town 20km from downtown Athens and just 15km from the airport.