With devastating effects which cause your physical and psychological health to deteriorate, drug and alcohol abuse can also destroy your relationships with those you care about most.
Don’t let this addiction take over your life, take back control and create a happier, healthier future to look forward to.
What is it like at our private drug and alcohol rehab?
We take great care to ensure that every client feels as relaxed as possible whilst undergoing their addiction treatment. Our facilities are high-specification, luxurious, and provide all the home comforts you could wish for.
You can enjoy your own private room, delicious home-cooked meals, and social activities in your down time. Our rehab for drug and alcohol abuse truly is more like a stay at a luxurious hotel rather than a clinical, hospital-like environment.
Our committed team of medical experts are on hand 24/7 to support your recovery in any way they can. Many of them have experienced drug and alcohol rehabilitation in the past, giving them a unique insight into what you’re going through.
Their first-hand knowledge, comprehensive training, and compassionate nature make them the perfect team to help you transform your life, free from alcohol or drugs.
We understand just how difficult it can be to take the first step and verbally acknowledge that you require professional support. As daunting as this may seem, it’s a crucial stage in your recovery journey; we’re confident it’ll be the best decision you’ll ever make.
After you’ve contacted our drug and alcohol rehab in Irvine, we can further discuss the available addiction treatment options we have. This is the best time to ask any burning questions you might have about our residential addiction treatment.
If you’re happy to proceed, we will ask you to pre-admissions screening where we can assess your physical and psychological health.
This helps us to get to know you and the nature of your addiction, so we’re better equipped to design an effective treatment programme tailored to your needs.
How does our drug and alcohol rehabilitation work?
Every person will have had a unique journey into how they became addicted to alcohol or drugs, therefore it’s unrealistic to expect a generic approach to work for everyone.
We take the time to understand the severity of your drug addiction or alcohol addiction, which in turn helps us to identify the underlying reasons of your substance abuse and create a treatment programme which is completely bespoke to you.
If you’re able to identify the reason behind why you became addicted to alcohol or drugs, then you’re in a much better position to know how to effectively manage your triggers and avoid any relapses.
In most cases, we’ll recommend a drug and alcohol detoxification to begin with. This detoxification focuses on removing the harmful toxins from your body which are there as a result of drug and alcohol abuse.
As you gradually reduce your consumption, you’re likely to begin experiencing withdrawal symptoms.
Our expert team of recovery workers supervise this process very carefully, taking all the necessary precautions to ensure your safety throughout. We’re able to administer prescribed medication to ease the discomfort of withdrawal symptoms if necessary.
We strongly advise against attempting a drug and alcohol detoxification at home. This can be extremely dangerous if undertaken without the supervision of a medical team, it could even be fatal. It’s very important that you seek professional support for an effective clinical detoxification.
After completing your drug and alcohol detoxification, you should feel more physically and mentally prepared to take on your therapy sessions.
We ensure that each client receives a carefully selected combination of psychological and well-being therapies, providing everyone with a holistic approach to their residential addiction treatment.
This complete approach to drug and alcohol rehabilitation has proven to be the most successful in achieving long-term recovery.
What kind of therapies do we deliver?
Our mix of therapies focus on improving both your psychological state and aiding your general well-being.
We’re able to deliver a wide range of treatments including cognitive behavioural therapy, stress management, drug and alcohol relapse prevention, individual, family or group counselling, and clinical detoxification.
Our well-being focused therapies include sessions for mindfulness, yoga, relaxation and sleep management, low level laser therapy, fitness therapy, and acupuncture.
These well-rounded addiction treatment programmes give you the best opportunity to end your drug and alcohol abuse once and for all.
This truly is an invaluable experience which shows you that you’re not alone in this battle, and you do have the strength and courage to achieve your recovery goals.
Many of our clients develop wonderful support networks during their time with us which they continue to benefit from after leaving our private drug and alcohol rehab in Irvine.
Start your journey to recovery today
Our support doesn’t stop once you’ve left our drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre. All of our clients receive a free 12-month aftercare programme which is vital in continuing a successful recovery upon your return home.
Our dedicated aftercare team will help with drug and alcohol relapse prevention in your familiar surroundings of home life and can arrange any additional therapy sessions as required.
We can also recommend local support groups which can be beneficial as you share with other people in a similar situation to yours.
If you’re struggling to overcome your drug or alcohol addiction, we highly recommend that you consider a private rehab for drug and alcohol abuse like ours in Irvine.
Once you’re ready to commit to a new life free from substance abuse, we’re here to help you achieve a successful long-term recovery.
Get in touch with us today on 0800 012 6088, text HELP to 83222, or send us an email at email@example.com.
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