The effects of addiction can be devastating, not only to your own physical and psychological health but also to your loved ones as they watch you fight this awful battle.
We’ve helped countless people turn their lives around and create a future free from alcohol or drugs. Get in touch with us today and begin your life-changing experience of drug and alcohol rehabilitation.
When can you start your residential addiction treatment?
Here at Addiction Advocates, we ensure our admissions process is as streamlined as possible. After making your initial contact with us either via phone, text, or email, we can arrange for you to undergo a pre-admissions screening.
This is a simple assessment to review your physical and psychological health, and to also help us understand your addiction better.
Once this has been completed, we can discuss admission dates for you to join our drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre.
Normally, we can get you started as quickly as 48 hours after you first spoke with us, leaving you less time to potentially talk yourself out of it.
There are other treatment options aside from private residential drug and alcohol rehab. These include outpatient services or free local health services like the NHS.
Whilst these may be suitable for those suffering from very mild effects of addiction, they’ll be ineffective for the majority. As the NHS are sadly overstretched and underfunded, they’re unable to offer personalised treatments or quick admissions onto rehab programmes.
This means you’ll be put onto a long waiting list to receive a generic treatment option which can be detrimental to your long-term recovery.
Give yourself the best opportunity to achieve your recovery goals by coming straight to our drug and alcohol rehab in Great Yarmouth.
What are the benefits of joining a private drug and alcohol rehab?
If you’ve ever tried to recover from an addiction to alcohol or drugs, then you’ll know how difficult this is without the support from a dedicated team.
Don’t be disheartened at failed attempts to overcome your alcohol addiction or drug addiction, if you haven’t undertaken a residential addiction treatment programme, then you’re not giving yourself a fair chance at achieving long-term recovery.
Our years of experience in helping people give up alcohol or drugs for good, has allowed us to refine our drug and alcohol rehabilitation techniques.
Studies have shown that the most effective method of treating an addiction is to follow a personalised treatment programme in a residential rehabilitation centre.
Within our rehabs for drug and alcohol abuse, we employ exceptional recovery workers who deliver the latest techniques in addiction treatment.
You’ll have access to a multitude of effective therapies, fantastic facilities, and the unparalleled support of our expert teams.
Private drug and alcohol rehabs are so beneficial as they give you the space and time required to overcome your addiction.
Unlike an attempt to recover at home, our professional teams are entirely focused on your health and safety and will supervise you around the clock throughout the duration of your stay.
We’re able to manage your withdrawal symptoms as you go through a drug and alcohol detoxification; attempting this alone is extremely difficult, not to mention highly dangerous.
Our structured treatment programmes are completely bespoke to suit your needs, therefore you can rest assured that each therapy will be valuable to you. We offer a consistent, direct approach and ensure all of our clients receive the care and attention they deserve.
By setting recovery focused goals, we can work towards each milestone with a clear target in mind, aiding your overall recovery. If you’re committed to turning your life around and leaving alcohol or drugs behind, then there’s no better place than our drug and alcohol rehab in Great Yarmouth.
Do we offer drug and alcohol detoxification?
Yes, we do. More often than not, you’ll still have alcohol or drugs in your system when you begin your addiction treatment. Drug and alcohol detoxification are the process of gradually removing these substances from your body, giving you the chance to cleanse physically and psychologically.
This is an important stage in most people’s recovery journey as you’ll soon be able to see benefits of a life free from drug and alcohol abuse.
Most people will experience withdrawal symptoms when undergoing a drug and alcohol detoxification. This is a common reaction to the substance being withdrawn from your body.
These symptoms can be quite mild including nausea, dizziness, headaches, the shakes, or they could also be quite serious as you’re susceptible to seizures, insomnia, or delirium tremens (DT’s).
Our expert team will be on hand 24/7 to monitor your progress and ensure your safety through the detox process. They can also administer prescribed medication to ease your discomfort if needed.
This is why it’s very dangerous to attempt a detox at home alone, as you don’t have anyone to look out for you.
Do we provide a drug and alcohol aftercare programme?
Everyone who completes an addiction treatment programme receives a free, 12-month aftercare programme. Our dedicated aftercare team can help you adjust your new behaviours into your home life, keeping you motivated to continue your recovery.
We can arrange ongoing drug and alcohol relapse prevention, or any other therapies as required. It’s also quite useful to involve your family or friends in your recovery journey when you’re back at home.
Our team would be happy to talk to them about how to identify any triggers which could lead to a potential relapse, giving you additional support once you’ve left our drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre.
We’re confident that this will be the best decision you’ll ever make.
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