Drug and alcohol addiction isn’t as uncommon as you may think, as anyone can become an addict. However, denial plays a huge role in addiction and can prevent many from seeking help.

If your addiction is left untreated it could cause irreversible damage and even death. That’s why it’s so important to ask for help.

Here at Addiction Advocates, we can help. Whether you’re looking for drug or alcohol rehab, we have rehabilitation programmes to suit anyone.

All of our drug and alcohol rehab treatments are tailored specifically to the individual to give you the best chance of achieving long term recovery.

All you have to do is contact our friendly team today for a free, no obligation chat about your addiction. Many of our staff members are recovering addicts themselves, so they can offer you first-hand advice and non-judgemental support.


When to seek help for a Drug and Alcohol Addiction

If you’re reading this and already searching for drug and alcohol rehab in Coalville, chances are you’ve overcome your denial and admitted to yourself that you have a problem.

Overcoming denial is often the hardest step to take in rehab, so sometimes a person may need a gentle nudge in the right direction from friends and family.

If this is the case and you’re witnessing a loved one struggling with an addiction, we can help you, help them. It’s important that you contact us as soon as you can so we can discuss with you the possible approaches to the situation.

Since anyone can become an addict, addiction is a complex disease that has linguistic roots in a latin term for the notion of enslavement.

There is no one root cause of addiction, as it can be brought about by emotional trauma, stress or a variety of mental and physical issues a person may face in life.

Due to its complex nature, addiction must be treated by a professional to help you understand its root causes and therefore be able to manage its manifestation. Detoxing at home is never the answer and can, in fact, be incredibly dangerous.

Whether you’ve been struggling with your addiction for a long time, or you can feel yourself slip down the initial slippery slope to addiction, it’s never too early or too late to ask for help.

The key signs of an addict include the following:

  • No longer be able to control use – are you able to go 24 hours without using?
  • You isolate yourself from loved ones and become more secretive in your day-to-day life
  • Sleep pattern changes, or becomes interrupted
  • You may become more forgetful
  • Personality changes such as becoming anxious, irritable or quick to anger.


Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatments in Coalville

Once you’ve admitted to your addiction, the next big decision to make is whether you opt for outpatient or residential rehab treatment.

The main difference between the two is that outpatient treatment requires you to visit a drug or alcohol detox or therapy clinic during the day and then return home.

Whereas, in residential rehab you’ll live onsite whilst receiving your treatment. The immediate advantage to residential rehab is the distance you’ll gain from your daily life and negative influences that drive your addiction.

At Addiction Advocates, all of our rehabilitation centres provide inpatient addiction programmes, as we believe that this is the most effective form of treatment to achieve long term results.

Upon arrival at one of our centres you’ll undergo a full medical assessment, whereby our medical team will assess your physical and psychological wellbeing. We will then work with you to design a personalised treatment programme.



All of our treatment programmes begin with detoxification. Before you can start any therapy treatment, your mind and body must be free from the substance and since some patients arrive still under the influence, detox must be the first part of any treatment programme.

Detox, in most cases lasts for 3-4 days, during which time your consumption rates will be slowly reduced under medical supervision, until you’re clean from the substance.

It’s important that this process is supervised and approached slowly, to help you manage the withdrawal symptoms.

The withdrawal symptoms that you experience are determined by how dependant your body is on the substance and the type of addiction you have.

You can rest assured though that our expert team will provide round the clock care and help to keep you feeling comfortable during your detox.


Therapy Treatments

Mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety, can be both the cause and a symptom of addiction. Whether you’re battling with drug addiction, alcohol addiction, or a gambling addiction, your mental health will also need to be treated to help you achieve a full and long term recovery.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is the most common form of therapy used to treat addiction. This is because CBT works through psychoeducation.

What this means is that through CBT you will determine the factors that lie behind your addiction, its triggers and the negative thought patterns that lead you further down the road of addiction.

Through the course of your therapy you’ll educate your brain by retraining yourself, in order to develop more positive thought processes, habits and ultimately change your behaviour.

Alongside CBT, we provide a range of holistic therapy treatments, ranging from group therapy sessions, to stress management workshops and even mindfulness classes.

Over the course of your 28 day programme, we’ll help you to develop a more positive lifestyle.


We can help you today

If you’re ready to take back control of your life today then all you have to do is contact our friendly and supportive team and we’ll get you the help you need straight away.

Whether you’re searching for local drug and alcohol rehab in Coalville, or you want to escape from familiar surroundings, we will work with you to find the right drug and alcohol rehab treatments for you.

We’ll support you every step of the way, even after you leave the rehabilitation centre, with a relapse prevention plan and aftercare programme. All you have to do is contact us today.






  • [1] notion of enslavement - https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/16066359.2018.1543412
  • [2] psychoeducation - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2897895/