Are you suffering from a drug and alcohol addiction? Do you live in the North West of England? If so, Addiction Advocates are here to help you. We have modern, welcoming drug and alcohol rehab centres across the North West of England.
There are no waiting lists for our services, and we can admit you for drug and alcohol addiction treatment without delay. We can give you hope for the future and show you the path to a life clear of addiction. Take the first steps to helping yourself today and call us on 0800 012 6088 or text HELP to 83222. Our staff are waiting to help you, or a loved one, and can give you practical advice.
There’s no obligation, but if you want Addiction Advocates to help you, we’ll provide you with a non-judgmental service which is geared around your long-term recovery. With a 28-day commitment to our residential rehab, you will be given all the tools you require to tackle your addiction head on and take back control of your life.
The benefits of residential rehab
The best way to overcome an addiction is via residential rehab. This allows you to take a step away from your normal life. If you’re suffering from an addiction, your home life may have grown to be quite difficult in recent times.
By being away from the stresses of daily life, you can increase your relaxation and one of the biggest advantages of time away from your normal life is that you can steer clear of bad influences.
There are many different triggers that can cause someone to abuse drugs or alcohol, but bad influences are one of the most common we hear about.
People or places may be a significant reason as to why you take drugs or drink alcohol to excess. By staying in our care, you will be free of these negative influences, you can break the cycle, and can completely focus on your recovery.
It’s an unfortunate fact that people from the North West are increasingly seeking help for drug or alcohol addictions. Addiction Advocates believe that our clients stand the best chance of beating an addiction with a residential treatment programme.
Our residential treatment centres provide a wide range of rehab programmes. We understand that mental health problems often accompany a drug or alcohol addiction, and as such we have highly trained specialists to guide you through the admissions process and help to get a dual diagnosis in these cases.
Unfortunately, the most common addiction treatment the NHS provide is on an outpatient facility and there are long waiting lists.
Also, mental health problems are often not spotted. Addiction Advocates will get to know you the individual and get to the root cause of your addiction. Once this is diagnosed, we will be able to draw up a much more bespoke treatment programme for you.
How does residential rehab work?
When you’re admitted to an Addiction Advocates rehab centre, we will assess your physical and psychological health. This allow us to discuss your addiction in much more detail and allow us to really understand you, and the issues you’re facing.
We also offer a wide range of holistic and traditional therapy options. These treatment programmes will help to keep you away from drugs and alcohol, and all our treatments have your long-term recovery in mind.
We can also support you during that difficult first month whilst you’re in our first-class care. Our clients can spend their time recovering rather than concerning themselves with external factors, such as a difficult home life.
Our clinics provide a tranquil environment that is the ideal place to undergo treatment. All our rooms are comfortable and luxurious, and you will have access to our staff 24 hours a day.
At Addiction Advocates, we employ experts in addiction to deliver your rehab programme. With our dedicated staff and modern rehab clinic, we can offer you an exceptional rehabilitation service.
Most of our patients are required to begin their treatment with a period of detox. A detox will flush your body of all the toxins that have built up because of a sustained period of drug or alcohol addiction.
There is no way to avoid the fact this is a difficult part of your treatment.
The body will crave drugs or alcohol and will react badly via a series of unpleasant or dangerous withdrawal symptoms. During this difficult period, many patients are given prescription medications in order to reduce the withdrawal symptoms and to make your experience as comfortable as possible. These prescription drugs act as a sedative.
Our medical team will be by your side 24 hours a day at this point to keep you safe and to monitor your progress.
Your treatment programme
We ask for you to commit to a 28-day treatment programme. However, depending on the severity of your drug or alcohol addiction, we may need you to have a longer stay with us.
Addiction Advocates will investigate and treat any underlying psychological causes of drug or alcohol addiction – a vital step to living life free of addiction and something that is often not even considered with NHS outpatient treatment.
Private rehab isn’t cheap but, Addiction Advocates are fairly priced, and we’ll work with you to find something within your budget.
We make a big deal about individualising your treatment. Everyone is different and no addiction affects anybody in the same manner. And so, we have many treatments available. For instance, we use modern psychotherapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) in order to help you to understand your addiction.
We also offer holistic therapies designed to help you to heal mentally, spiritually and physically. Examples of holistic therapies include yoga and exercise.
Call Addiction Advocates today
That call or text to Addiction Advocates could be one of the most important things you ever do. We can help you with no delay when you come into our care, but we need you to take this first step and reach out to us.
Please call us straight away on 0800 012 6088 or text HELP to 83222 and let us help you live your life free of drug or alcohol addiction.
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