Alcohol, prescription drugs and illegal substances all have addictive traits, found to damage physical wellbeing and mental health. Through consistent exposure, addiction is a possible consequence, due to the physical and psychological changes caused by drugs and alcohol.

To reduce the consequence of addiction or to treat an existing addiction diagnosis, rehabilitation must be aimed for through various therapeutic techniques and efforts. Also helping to manage the recurring nature of addiction, planning, behavioural changes, and relapse prevention must all also be committed to.

Through private drug and alcohol rehab, result-driven addiction treatment and detoxification plans can be accessed. Recommended to diagnose, understand, treat, and manage addiction, personalised rehab programmes are available here at Addiction Advocates.

By finding and checking into a private drug and alcohol rehab in Chiswick, the highest quality and standard of care can be experienced through our network. For addiction specialist support, contact our team, here to help you work towards and learn to lead a drug and alcohol-free life. We’re available 24/7 on 0800 012 6088.

How does rehab work?

Offering a medically accredited, safe, and private addiction recovery process, rehab is designed to help people in need of intervention. Delivering the tools to heal and recover from addiction, drug and alcohol rehab is available to treat various types and levels of substance use disorders.

Taking into account individual needs, diagnoses and circumstances, drug and alcohol rehab provides a strong yet bespoke foundation of support and treatment. Facilitated by medical, addiction and therapeutic specialists, treatment sessions and techniques are structured to motivate drug and alcohol withdrawal and rehabilitation.

Divided into a range of steppingstones, rehab provides the support, setting and medical direction to safely detox from drugs and alcohol. It’s also recommended for its mental health benefits and long-standing role whilst preventing relapse. Bringing together various addiction treatment types, lifestyle tools, relapse prevention plans and aftercare services, rehab works by promoting healthy and sustainable changes.

Available through inpatient rehab, through our network you can look to immediately check into a drug and alcohol rehab in Chiswick for a fully bespoke programme. Mostly arranged over a 28-day timeline, a thorough, consistent, and personalised treatment plan can be experienced. Each steppingstone of private rehab will work towards the end goal of addiction recovery and its long-term management.

Outpatient rehab is also arrangeable on the NHS, offering regular visits for addiction treatment services. Yet as addiction is unpredictable and difficult to control, visits can be less impactful when compared against inpatient rehab and are also found to prolong the recovery process.

What happens during drug and alcohol rehab?

The model recovery environment is expected of private rehab. CQC registered rehab clinics offer a safe, comfortable, fully discrete, and medically observed setting. Inpatient rehab also provides the best basis for change, by removing all sources, influences and motivations of drug and alcohol abuse.

By checking into a drug and alcohol rehab in Chiswick, you can expect to stay in a private facility whilst working through a plan of core addiction treatments. Taking into account individual responses to drug and alcohol exposure, a bespoke plan will be created and promoted on admission.

Daily treatment sessions will be offered through private rehab, observed, and supported by professionals over a 28-day timeline. Offering access to individual, group, and holistic therapies, addiction treatment offers a compressive rehab process. Every personal symptom, trigger and area of life will be focused on in order to heal from addiction.

Detoxification services will also work alongside drug and alcohol rehabilitation sessions to suppress further urges of consumption. Through a safe environment, drug and alcohol withdrawal can be worked through, along with withdrawal symptoms and side effects.

Rehab plans will also plan for the long-term through relapse prevention, lifestyle management, aftercare, and mental health support. Helping to treat and manage addiction, long-term plans are offered to increase the sustainability of addiction recovery.

Get In Touch

Are you suffering from Addiction and need help? Addiction Advocates are leading UK based experts in Private Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Treatment. Find out how we can help by getting in touch with our friendly team today.

Contact Us

Addiction therapy & treatment options

Diverse addiction therapy and treatment options are offered through private rehab. To promote the most effective, assessments will be completed on admission into rehab to offer personalised recommendations.

By understanding your individual needs and battles with drugs and alcohol, both withdrawal and rehabilitation can be worked towards through treatment. Every step of rehab will be observed by addiction specialists and will include leading techniques and tools.

Medical alcohol and drug detox

Residing in a drug and alcohol rehab in Chiswick will offer access to a medically assisted detox. Without such intervention, the process can be challenging. Withdrawal symptoms are a direct effect of stopping consumption, which can be difficult to bypass. With medical assurance, symptoms can be worked through, as can additional health worries.

The average detox will take 10 days to complete and benefit from, to physically detach from drugs and alcohol. By experiencing private rehab, the ideal setting and plan will be in place to detox, restore and stabilise, ready for addiction therapy.

Therapy for addiction

Therapy sessions are offered to treat the psychological and emotional triggers and symptoms of addiction. They are recommended as therapy can improve mental health, boost mindfulness, and disengage any emotional reinforcements.

Talking therapies and group sessions, along with plans which are underpinned by cognitive behavioural therapy are offered through rehab. Depending on habits, behaviours and responses, certain types will be more beneficial than others. Therapy can be experienced through sessions of dialectical behavioural therapy, art therapy, group therapy, family therapy, one-to-one therapy, and psychotherapy.

Recommended whilst also healing mental health, dual diagnosis concerns can be worked through via rehab. Therapy sessions are tailored and can treat underlying problems or direct side effects of drug and alcohol abuse.

Therapy for drug and alcohol addiction also focuses on long-term recovery. Sustainable tools and plans are offered through rehab to manage sobriety and the changes that are expected to follow.

How long is rehab?

If you commit to an outpatient rehab programme, timelines are understandably longer due to NHS demands. Waiting lists are expected, followed by 6–12-month treatment plans.

By instead checking into a drug and alcohol rehab centre in Chiswick, a 28-day programme can be arranged and worked through. Whilst for some a 90-day programme may be encouraged, for most, a month stay will be recommended, followed by 12 months of free aftercare.

Through our services at Addiction Advocates, we can help you experience an instant admissions process and a time-sensitive rehab plan.

Cost of alcohol and drug rehab

The cost of rehab can fluctuate for a number of reasons, including the type and length of treatment that’s completed. Personal quotes are available on admission here to Addiction Advocates to suit your budget and expectations of rehab.

Private rehab programmes through a CQC treatment centre can start from £3,000 and reach £10,000. Costs can vary depending on the type of services on offer and the standards of care which are promoted.

Being aware of the costs and commitments of private rehab is very important prior to your referral. Discussing rehab and its funding is also important, as some rehab clinics will offer payment plans, whilst others will accept insurance claims. With our team you can select the most viable rehab option for your circumstances.

Nearest CQC registered rehab in Chiswick

At Addiction Advocates we work alongside a network of CQC registered rehab clinics. Our Cassiobury Court rehab clinic is the most convenient and accommodating for your location of Chiswick, boasting the benefits of inpatient and personalised programmes.

To complete an admission into a drug and alcohol rehab in Chiswick or within the surrounding area, reach out to our team. Alternatively, you can text HELP to 83222 for more information on our network of drug and alcohol rehab clinics.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How do you prepare for a stay in rehab for alcohol?
Planning for residential rehab will be important. Setting aside the time, money and focus to complete rehab is essential, along with preparing for the pace and commitment that’s ahead. By reaching out for professional support, direction will be provided on how to arrange rehab, on what to bring, on how to fund rehab and also on the expected timeline of rehab. Familiarising yourself will be encouraged, which we can assist with through your admissions process at Addiction Advocates.
2. How much does inpatient drug rehab cost?
The cost of inpatient drug rehab can differ across locations, rehab facilities, specialisms, and accreditations. For example, CQC standards of care will cost more in the city whilst compared to remote locations. Higher specialisms of care will also carry a greater cost. Budgets can be worked around through inpatient rehab, to ensure that rehab can be committed to and completed. Programmes can start from £3,000 and can continue to increase depending on the contents and quality of care.
3. What are the benefits of treatment for alcohol addiction?
An alcohol addiction will not go away by itself. Instead, treatment will help to treat and manage alcohol problems for the future. Treatment via a drug and alcohol rehab in Chiswick will be safe, personally recommended and highly effective. Alcohol withdrawal will be expected, along with rehabilitation and relapse prevention. Without treatment, it can be very difficult to overcome the physical and psychological attachments caused through substance abuse. Through treatment, relationships can be unravelled and replaced with healthy coping strategies and outlooks.