When it comes to the important task of locating the correct treatment programme for substance abuse or alcoholism it is crucial to look into all forms of drug and alcohol treatment in order to figure out which form of treatment will best benefit you.
You may think that a private drug and alcohol rehab in Banstead may be too costly; however, we can accommodate all budgets and the quality of care that you will receive as a patient will make this price completely worthwhile.
Residential rehab not only enjoys a higher level of success rates when it comes to helping individuals overcome their addiction, but it can also help you to prepare better for life post-rehab.
The point of overcoming your addiction is so that you can get back to enjoying life, and so that is what we want to prepare you for as well as getting you clean.
Whether you are currently living in Banstead, or in one of the surrounding areas, Addiction Advocates will be able to help find you the best quality of care at one of our rehabilitation centres.
Due to the fact that you are reading this, it is likely that you have already accepted that your drug and/or alcohol abuse has gotten out of hand and that you need professional help in overcoming it.
This is a very important step on the road to recovery and shows that you are ready to start seriously overcoming your drug and/or alcohol addiction.
What Are The Benefits Of Private Rehab?
When it comes to overcoming an addiction, there are few treatment options that have success rates as high as that of residential rehab.
Private residential rehab is particularly effective if you have a very severe addiction which other treatment programmes, such as an outpatient programme, simply will not be effective against.
Private residential rehab offers an intensive course of treatment, and by relocating into the treatment centre for an extended period of time you will also be able to spend your day completely focussed on your recovery.
Any negative triggers and/or influences that are present in your everyday life will not be able to hold sway over you while you are at our facility. Also, time away from your home environment will also give you time to reflect on the things in your life which may be a detrimental influence on you.
Specific benefits of our private rehab also include the likes of:
- Immediate admission to one of our facilities, 365 days a year
- A safe space that is free from local triggers
- Immediate access to a medically-assisted detox programme with 24/7 care & support
- Psychological treatments will help you to overcome the root causes of addiction
- Experienced team of doctors & therapists on hand round-the-clock
- Specialised rehabilitation programme which is tailored to your needs and requirements
- Recover in a positive atmosphere in a luxurious private en-suite room while enjoying three home-cooked meals every day
- Learn relapse prevention techniques that will help you keep you clean post-rehab
- Fitness and nutrition programme
- 1-year complimentary aftercare support
Physical Treatments Will Help You Through Withdrawal
When you first arrive at the doorstep at one of our rehabilitation centres it is likely that you will be starting to enter withdrawal. This is a process that a lot of addicts can be fearful of, and that is only to be expected — however, it is a sadly unavoidable speed bump on the road to recovery.
Upon arriving, one of our medical professionals will likely perform a medical assessment of you, and then you will be admitted to a course of treatment at our detox clinic.
While at our detox clinic you will experience a course of physical treatment that will help you to pass through alcohol withdrawal and/or substance misuse withdrawal in the safest possible way.
The specifics of our medically-assisted detox treatment will depend largely on what type of addiction you are currently suffering from. For example, individuals who are presently suffering from alcoholism will be prescribed a drug known as (chlordiazepoxide), something which substance abuse addicts will not experience.
A Blend Of Physical And Psychological Treatments Will Make Up The Best Recovery Plan
Addiction doesn’t simply take a toll on your body, but it impacts your mind as well. Therefore, it is important to have a treatment plan which combats all facets of your illness.
One thing that can worry a lot of addicts is the possibility of them presenting with other mental health illnesses when they become clean, as they may have been unknowingly “self-medicating” for an underlying illness with their substance misuse or alcoholism.
However, the highly-trained staff at our facility are prepared to administer dual-diagnosis therapy should this be the case.
Other psychological treatments that our team of addiction specialists are able to administer include the likes of dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT), psychotherapy, one-to-one relapse prevention therapy, group therapy with a therapist, family drug support, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), and much more.
These psychological treatments will delve deep into your psyche and root out the heart of your addiction, as only after confronting the underlying cause of your addiction will you be able to truly put your addiction in the rearview mirror.
This will be a difficult process, but a necessary one and our teams of dedicated staff will be with you to help you where they can at every step of the way.
Holistic Therapy Will Help To Restore Your Brain And Body
From our years of experience successfully treating addiction, we also know that holistic therapies can also be a fantastic way to help forge new and positive outlets that mean that you will not resort back to substance abuse when presented with a negative trigger post-rehab.
Some of our holistic therapies include the likes of art workshops, exercise, stress management coaching, family drug support counselling, sleep therapy sessions, massage therapy, acupuncture, and much more.
If you are ready to start taking back control of your life, then call Addiction Advocates today on 0800 012 6088 or Text HELP To 83222.
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