• The hermitage - drug and alcohol rehab - Amritsar

    An insight provided by Dr JPS Bhatia about how the recovery program at hermitage is being run and how does it work for the students here at hermitage.

  • Defining Addiction

    This documentary explores the meaning of addiction by people from various walks of life, which includes the addict himself, his family, common-man, de-addiction counselors and the Neuro-Psychiatrist.

  • Biography of Mr Tejinder Singh Walia

    This documentary explores the life of Tejinder Singh Walia where he talks about how alcoholism ruined many years of his life and how recovery has transformed last 13 years of not only his life but lives of everyone in his family.

  • Ticket first class but life third class

    This documentary is a biography of Jasbeer Singh, our graduate, showing how the whole disease of alcoholism began, how it ruined his life and now how he is leading a sober life from last 5years.

  • Games played by our addictive mind

    This documentaries shows the struggle between addictive and the rational part of the brain. This message is depicted through a character who is displaying a multiple personality disorder.

  • Discovering the lost childhood in recovery

    This documentry is about re-discovering the childhood which was lost due to years spent in addiction. Here the protagonist enrolled in the recovery program, discovers how important it is to find the child-like happiness to stay clean and sober.

  • Role of spirituality in recovery

    This documentary shows how spirituality is connected with recovery. A team of recovering addicts visits The Golden Temple. This takes the addicts away from their ego and day to day concerns and cravings and promotes a sense of discipline and peace in life.

  • A day in the Hermitage

    A productive and constructive day in the Hermitage of the recovering addicts has been exhibited in this documentary. The regular activities like Yoga, counseling, meditation, sports and group activities have been depicted very clearly in this documentary.

  • Journey of a neuropain patient from Suffering to Joy

    This documentary shows the concept of rejuvenating body, mind and soul carried out in Hermitage. In this a Neuropain patient from London Mrs Davinder Kaur narrates the experience of recovery at different levels in the hermitage.

HERMITAGE brought me back from the DEAD...

It is difficult to explain how I feel about THE HERMITAGE. It is a place which has given me a SECOND LIFE...

Mr. Nitin
Mr. Nitin

A place for HOPE N HELP...

Dr Bhatia and team cleared my doubts that drinking alcohol is not a defect of character or a habit...The patient is drinking not because he is immoral or it is lack of will power. He drinks because he has a disease .He explained this scientifically .Dr.Bhatia is a humble and generous doctor who calmly listens to your woes, doubts ; past experiences and guides .He simply provides a ray of light in the darkness to the patient and in family membes lives...thankyou Dr.Bhatia.

Nidhi Arora
Nidhi Arora

Addiction does not allow anybody to escape

A person addicted to drugs finds himself quite isolated and alone. His family and friends alienate him. As he struggles with his addiction his relations are destroyed. The excitement which lures one into drugs slowly becomes a constant circle of carelessness, criminal activity, and numbness


Hermitage graduate grows stronger in Sikhism faith

Alcoholism is a condition where a person has a physical dependence on alcohol, craves it and has withdrawal symptoms if he or she tries to quit. Punjab has a drug problem like other states of India. Drug traffickers make their way into the area and make the state a hub of their operations.

Dr. Kawaljeet
Dr. Kawaljeet

It took only one drag of smack for jasbeer

It took only one drag of smack for Jasbeer to realize that he had found a new way to feel comfortable in his life. He was no longer in any doubt, fear or worry. He became unconcerned about the trouble he was experiencing at work with his father and his wife at home.