Addiction can take many forms. The number of people suffering from addiction has increased in Harborne, as has the number of people seeking help for issues associated with substance abuse and drug addiction.
Our rehab clinic in Harborne can help you to tackle a number of different addictions, including, drug and alcohol addiction, cocaine addiction and cannabis addiction.
Get in touch with Addiction Advocates today for a free, no-obligation assessment that could be your first step on the road to long term recovery.
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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.
There are a variety of ways to get help for yourself, or for someone you care about. Whether through self-referral, through a family or friend referral as a result of a family intervention or alcohol intervention, Addiction Advocates are here to help.
Addiction Treatment Options
When treating addiction there are two main options available to most people; inpatient and outpatient treatment. Outpatient treatment involves attending appointments at a treatment centre while continuing to live at home.
This kind of treatment is often supplemented by programmes and groups in the wider community that aim to help people avoid using substances in between appointments. Outpatient treatment is generally longer-term than inpatient, with treatment lasting several months.
Inpatient treatment at drug or alcohol rehab centres is sometimes known as residential rehab because it involves staying at the centre for a period, normally a month, without leaving.
Private drug and alcohol rehab is shown to be the most effective way of overcoming addiction for the majority of people.
They usually have a greater range of treatment services available and supportive, professional staff that are there to guide you through each step of the way. This is particularly important during drug or alcohol detox where withdrawal symptoms are likely and medical supervision may be needed.
Mental Health Treatment Options
Mental health is just as important to treat as physical health and is often crucial to understanding the underlying causes of addiction. Mental health conditions can exist entirely separately from addiction or may become apparent after addiction has been overcome. At our residential rehab centre in Harborne, we can also offer treatment for anxiety and depression.
Anxiety and depression can negatively impact the lives of those suffering through changed behaviour, the avoidance of commitments and day-to-day life, and an inability to enjoy life. Get in touch with Addiction Advocates today to find out how we can help.
At our treatment centre in Harborne, you can expect a range of evidence-based treatment, that not only seeks to treat the addiction itself but the underlying causes that led to addiction in the first place.
To this end, we provide a host of different therapies, from group sessions where you’ll be encouraged to discuss aspects of your addiction in a supportive setting, to cognitive behavioural therapy that can alter behavioural loops that led you to become addicted.
In order to ensure these therapies are appropriate and effective, they’ll be tailored to each individual to ensure that combat the specific type of addiction and the reasons for it. You can expect to leave rehab with a positive mindset and equipped with coping strategies that will help to build your resilience to the triggers that enabled substance abuse in the outside world.
Personalised Aftercare Programmes
Your recovery journey doesn’t end when you leave rehab. There will still be a challenge ahead of you to avoid relapse and continue your sober lifestyle into the future. Your time at rehab will help you with this through a personalised aftercare programme.
This involves a combination of different strategies and therapies that you will continue after rehab to ensure you have the tools and support to avoid relapsing.
Each aftercare programme is different, but it may include a 12-step programme, such as alcoholics anonymous or narcotics anonymous, support groups, therapy and counselling, a plan for family members to assist you, and appropriate, achievable sober-living goals.
The aim is to provide a plan that feels achievable and comfortable for the individual while ensuring they have the right level of support to help them achieve.
Frequently Asked Questions
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