RIC Rose Nepal for Rehabilitation & For Onsite Private Treatment!
Because we can
RIC Rose Cooperation Nepal is a voluntary, non-profit organization dedicated to the treatment and rehabilitation program for Drug/Alcohol and addiction related problems. RIC Rose Nepal was formed in 2006 by several years of experienced individuals working with different organizations in the drug and alcohol abuse field. The organization has broad objectives led by a group of experts in the addiction field trained from the national and international organizations. it has been working for over a decade on rehabilitation, prevention and awareness programs for drug, alcohol and other substance abuses. Apart from these RIC Rose Nepal has worked against women trafficking, weekly NAIKAN meditation retreat program, prison program, children program, free health camp and emergency relief program from the natural disaster.
Dr Laxman Shakya was Buddhist monk for 20 years. He did Phd in social science and master degree in Buddhist philosophy /psychology. He was writer and professor affliated with Lumbini & Tribhuvan University. He worked as a President at Nepal Buddhist Society. He worked as a General Secretary and Vice President for "Nepal Buddhist Council" Programme Director for "World without Anger". Besides this he is involved with many other social service activities. His mission is to support those people and organization who are working for helpless and suffering people of our community.
Dr. Pradeep Acharya
Mr. Pradeep Acharya is working for RIC-Rose Cooperation Nepal since its establishment. His family donated his house in 2006 in small amount of rent for our residential treatment & rehabilitation program in Rupandehi /Bhairahawa which is close to Indian Nepal border. It is highly risky area for drug and human trafficking.
Mr Acharya did PhD in anthropology, MA in clinical psychology, PGD in counseling psychology. He has done various type of trainings related to psychosocial counseling, substance use, mental health, clinical supervision, mindfulness and meditations etc, teacher and trainer in sociology and psychosocial counseling, clinical experiences in substance use treatment centers, research and publications in various areas including substance use etc. Mr. Acharya is working as a consultant with RIC Rose co-operation Nepal.
Binod Aryal is a founder president of RIC Rose Co-operation Nepal. He has been working in the area of addiction treatment and rehabilitation field since 1999. He has various type of training from the Asia, Europe, UK, and USA to support alcoholics and drug users.Kindly please click on PRIVATE TREATMENT to know more in details.
Er. Ram Raj Poudel
Er. Ram Raj Poudel is a motivated and dedicated social worker from Kathmandu. He has worked in Japan as a IT engineer from the age of 25. He was very frustrated with addicted young boys when he saw in the street of Kathmandu which inspired him to work against addiction. He decided to stay in Nepal to help young boys as he was engineer in 21 years old. This motivation brought him to work with RIC Rose Co-operation Nepal. Currently he is focusing on prevention program at school and college.
Dr. Daman Raj Poudel
Dr. Daman Raj Poudel is working with RIC-Rose Cooperation Nepal since 2016 as Clinical Supervisor in residential treatment and rehabilitation program in Kathmandu district. He has also been working in Institute of Medicine, Teaching Hospital since many years.
Kunti Chapagai is working with RIC-Rose Cooperation Nepal since 2006 as helping hand of residential treatment and rehabilitation program in Rupandehi and Kathmandu district. She has been in UK to learn 12 steps treatment model in London and Bournemouth in 2008.She is currently studying Masters in Buddhist psychology last year. Her passion is to learn and teach yoga and meditation.
Mr. Raju Acharya has been working with RIC-Rose Cooperation Nepal since 2007 at the residential rehabilitation center as a psycho social counselor. He has completed master degree in social science and post graduate in counselling from the Tribhuwan University, Kathmandu.
Mr. Jagat Bahadur Rayamaghi supported to establish RIC-Rose Cooperation Nepal in 2006. He is helping RIC-Rose Nepal as a legal and program advisor since the establishment of our organization. Besides lawyer, he has completed master degree in political science and culture. Currently he is the President of "Nepal Bar Association" Rupandehi, Siddharthanagar.
Mr. Bishal Gyawali is a public health specialist and a researcher and has extensive experience in program and project implementation, monitoring and evaluation, and conducting implementation research. Previously, he worked as a Program Officer for RIC Rose Cooperation Nepal. He has a Master of Public Health Degree from University of Southern Denmark and his Master’s thesis project dealt with the analysis of substance addiction and mental health problem in Nepal, which was carried out in close collaboration with RIC Rose Cooperation Nepal. He is currently registered as a PhD student in Public Health at Aarhus University.
Founder Executive Member
Mr. Sudhakar Gyawali was founder member of our organization. He was working as a treasurer for RIC-Rose Nepal when the organization was struggling to continue residential treatment program.He played vital role to support activities of the organization.He is involved with many other NGOs and INGOs in Bhairahawa. He has completed master degree in economics with many training related with addiction and other social issues. Currently he is working for RIC Rose Nepal as a administrative.
Ms, Sujata Chapagain has been working for RIC-Rose cooperation Nepal as a board member since last few years. Currently she is studying master in business administration at white House institute of management. She did internship at Siddhartha Bank in the past and has a lot of knowledge in accounting system. Her passion is to volunteer in the area of social service and humanitarian welfare mission. This is the reason that she has involved with RIC-Rose cooperation Nepal.
Mr. Roland Williams has helped RIC-Rose cooperation Nepal from the establishment of organization .He knows program director Binod Aryal from the 2003. He has sent different type of literatures from the USA to teach 12 steps treatment model, addiction and disease concept , addiction counseling, relapse prevention, addiction treatment and rehabilitation program.He has also supported financially to establish residential treatment program in Nepal. He also invited Binod Aryal in California "Alta Mira" drug rehab center to attend training program . [Please visit: www.altamirarecovery.com]
Roland F. Williams, MA, Licensed Advanced Addiction Counselor (LAADC), Internationally Certified Advanced Addictions Counselor (ICAADC), Nationally Certified Addiction Counselor Level Two (NCAC II), Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor, Level II (CADCII), Advanced Certified Relapse Prevention Specialist (ACRPS), Nationally Certified Substance Abuse Professional (SAP), works world-wide as a counselor, interventionist, lecturer, trainer, teacher, author and consultant specializing in addiction related issues. Working in substance abuse treatment since 1986. Kindly please click here to know more in details.
Reintegration of substance abusers individuals back into society is an integral part of its plan and also to promote family values. By reducing, and hopefully eliminating, substance abuse the organization feels this will significantly reduce social domestic violence and other crimes against society. Alcohol and its related problems have often served to cause a severe breakdown in the family unit and render it dysfunctional. We want to provide awareness to vulnerable groups such as family members and the overall community.
RIC Rose Recovery Centre hopes to offer clients in recovery from addiction a safe, private environment that incorporates respect, dignity and confidentiality. Restorative rather than punitive justice will be used to ensure the self-respect of the clients along with the building of a harmonious community. Our recovery program will incorporate a therapeutic model based on the 12 step program along with spiritual awareness programs such as yoga, meditation and others with respect for clients of any spiritual background.