Admissions are made on Wednesday between 10 am and 3 pm. Due to a possible waiting list, prior appointment must be taken before admission. If you are a resident of Pune, you can personally come to the center and pay Rs. 1000/- in cash to confirm the admission. 
For out station patients, you can send a money order of Rs. 1000/- and confirm the admission on phone. 
You should confirm your date of admission before visiting the center for admission.

The fees for the 1 month treatment duration towards the Provisions is Rs. 18,000/- with effect from April 01, 2021. This is applicable to both Male & Female sections. This amount is to be paid in cash at the time of admission. Fees once paid will not be refunded under any circumstances. Charges for medicines or pathological tests prescribed by the Doctor will have to be paid extra.

Please click on the link below to see a notice from the Charity Commissioner office pertaining to waiver of charges for persons from the BPL (Below Poverty Line) group and weaker section of the society.
Waiver of fees for Below Poverty Line group

At the center, psychological treatment is given to the patient. Besides his/her detoxification and de-addiction treatment, if he/she falls sick due to any other illness, then parents and guardians are responsible for his/her extra treatment. During the 1 month indoor treatment, the patients have to follow all the rules and regulations very strictly.

On completion of 1 month, the client is discharged on Friday after the function of 'Antardeep' at 10.30 am.

During 1 month, the patient is NOT allowed to make or receive phone calls. Relatives are allowed to meet their patients only on Tuesday between 10 am and 3 pm. No one is allowed to meet the patient on any other day.

Out-patient treatment is available on Monday, Thursday and Saturday between 10.30 am to 12.30 pm.

Compulsory Documents -

As per the rules laid down by Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Government of India, New Delhi following is compulsory at the time of admission:

  1. Aadhar Card Copy of the Patient at the time of admission
  2. PAN Card Copy of the patient or the person escorting him / her for admission.

History - You are supposed to bring your patient's history at the time of admission.

It should include...

  • Childhood, since when he/she started taking drugs or drinks, his/her behavior during addiction days and his/her relationship at home.
  • What are the instances that led him/her to drink or take/use drugs, and what made him/her an addict.
  • Any prior treatment taken before admitting to Muktangan.
  • What are the patient's good qualities, habits and characteristics