Do you live in the Bridlington area? Are you looking for help with a drug or alcohol addiction? If so, Addiction Advocates are here for you.
There are several rehab options for people suffering with a drug or alcohol addiction in Bridlington, but the NHS is an increasingly unappealing option. This is because of long waiting lists and a lack of inpatient facilities. However, with our private residential rehab centre, you can get the help you need without delay.
By calling us on 0800 012 6088 or texting HELP to 83222 we can help you to open up and share your troubles. The British mentality is often to keep your problems to yourself and this causes many people to suffer alone through a drug or alcohol addiction and harbour a self-defeating belief that a recovery is not likely.
Whilst opening up and sharing your problems is hard, living with drug and alcohol addiction is a far tougher, longer lasting experience. You can avoid these difficulties by reaching out for help. Drug and alcohol addiction cannot be cured, recovery is a lifelong experience, but it can be overcome and controlled. However, acknowledging there’s a problem is the first step. Please get in touch with Addiction Advocates today via 0800 012 6088 or by texting HELP to 83222.
Choosing the right rehab in Bridlington
When you’ve acknowledged that you are struggling to control the amount of drugs or alcohol you’re taking and that you have an addiction, you need to make sure that you choose the appropriate rehab clinic with the best treatment programme for your requirements.
Adding your name to an NHS waiting list may well seem to be the preferred route. This is cost effective, but treatment sessions are not consistent – this will delay the timeframe and likelihood of your recovery. Private rehab with Addiction Advocates is not cheap but we are reasonably priced and will work with you to find a treatment plan within your budget.
For people living with a drug and alcohol addiction, we recommend a period of residential rehab in Bridlington. This is dependent on your recovery goals, but residential rehab allows you to remove yourself from your home environment (and this is often a difficult place for most people who have an addiction) and away from any bad influences and temptation.
With a 28-day commitment to resident rehab with Addiction Advocates, you can be assured you’ll have all the support you need to take on your drug or alcohol addiction.
Effective treatment programmes in Bridlington
We are very proud of the specialist knowledge and addiction treatments that we have in place in our rehab clinics. We also take pride in the fact that we treat every one of our clients as an individual, and no two people are ever treated in the same way. Every person is different, and every addiction is different. We also get to know you in order to help to diagnose the root cause of your illness, which is often a mental health issue which has been unrecognised for a long period of time.
When you call us for help, we will perform an initial assessment and build a basic understanding of you and your addiction. Upon admission, when you arrive at an Addiction Advocates rehab centre, we will then give you a complete physical and psychological assessment. This allows our admissions team to understand your problems and create a bespoke, accurate and feasible treatment programme for you to follow.
Your treatment programme will be a combination of therapeutic, medical, social and psychological methods that will be weighed dependent on the preferences you discussed with our admissions team.
Common kinds of treatment that we use are family therapy, individual counselling sessions, group therapy sessions, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and motivational therapy. Most of our clients also require a detox. This is a tough part of the treatment as the body reacts to a reduction in the substances it craves. This causes a series of withdrawal symptoms, which are unpleasant and can even be dangerous.
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