Do you live in the Oldham area? Are you looking for an Oldham based drug and alcohol rehab centre who can help you or a loved one to recover from a drug or alcohol addiction?
Addiction Advocates are here to help guide you through this often-overwhelming process. Addicts often suffer from a wide range of problems, such as financial issues, poor health, careers stalling or ending and often unpleasant breakdown of relationships.
Our admissions team can help you find the nearest CQC registered rehab to you in Oldham and ensure that you find the best treatment programme for your requirements.
Recover from drug and alcohol addiction in Oldham today.
If you are keen to get your life restarted, Addiction Advocates will help you to clear your own path. We offer world-class addiction treatment in a safe and comfortable environment.
We appreciate making that first call is difficult and many clients talk of embarrassment or shame at the idea of asking for help but that shouldn’t be the case – many of our staff are recovering addicts and will be sympathetic to your situation. They have the experience to guide you accurately and impartially.
Choosing the Correct Rehab in Oldham
Whilst it is not impossible to beat alcohol and drug addiction at home by yourself, the success levels of this are very low. It is also unsafe given the severity of withdrawal symptoms that occur when you try and force yourself to stay off drugs or alcohol.
The vast majority of people who suffer from addictions require professional assistance at a drug and alcohol rehab. Treatment programmes in inpatient rehabs are created to ensure that you make a full recovery and that the underlying causes of your addiction are addressed.
By committing to 28-day residential rehab with Addiction Advocates, you are far more likely to achieve sobriety and have a long-term recovery. We pride ourselves in treating you as an individual. The more we know about you, the more we can understand you, your alcoholism or drug addiction and what caused you to develop a substance abuse problem.
This is a complete contrast to the outpatient treatment that is offered by the NHS. The root cause of your addiction is often not treated correctly through outpatient programmes in Oldham, and moving in and out of a clinic can be disruptive to your recovery.
Outpatient programmes are a good option for some people who struggle with mild addictions, however the most intensive form of treatment is found through private rehab facilities.
We will perform a comprehensive physical and psychological assessment of you which will ensure any underlying or existing mental health conditions are accurately treated.
Our treatment programmes involve medical detox and therapy programmes to treat the physical and psychological impacts of addiction. Learn more about our residential treatment by calling up on 0800 012 6088.
Your Time in Our Rehab Clinic
Rehab is not an easy process, you are going to find it tough, but we will be on hand to make your experience as easy as possible. When we perform our admissions assessment, we’ll look at any existing physical and mental health conditions you have, your history of substance abuse and note any attempts you’ve already had at recovering from drug or alcohol addiction.
Drug and Alcohol Detox
The first step of drug or alcohol rehab is a medically assisted detox. This will be the hardest part of your treatment as the harmful toxins that addiction causes are removed from your body. As your access to drugs or alcohol is stopped, your body will react with a series of withdrawal symptoms from the substance.
Withdrawal symptoms can be unpleasant, and others can be dangerous such as delirium tremens or seizures, which is why undertaking a drug or alcohol detox without support is not recommended. We can issue prescription medication to alleviate any discomfort you might experience, along with providing 24-hour care.
One of the biggest advantages of residential rehab is that you’re able to stay away from bad influences and environments. People or places are often a reason you start to abuse alcohol or drugs. With a 28-day commitment to us, you will be in our treatment centre and kept away from anyone who could cause you to relapse.
A drug detox period can last anything from 3-10 days, and the length is entirely determined by the severity of your drug or alcohol addiction. Alcohol and drug detox medication is a great help during this process, as is the 24/7 support from medical professionals and recovery staff.
Drug or Alcohol Addiction Treatments
Addiction treatment is incredibly important to achieve long term recovery and understand the true impact of prolonged drug and alcohol abuse. At our alcohol and drug rehab centres we provide a number of proven addiction treatments to help you or a loved one overcome addiction.
Addiction therapies we offer include:
- Cognitive behavioural therapy
- Talking therapies
- Dialectical behavioural therapy
- Drama therapy
- Motivational interviewing
- Relapse prevention planning
- Nutrition sessions
- Group therapy
- Art therapy
These psychological therapies enable you to overcome your alcohol, drug or prescription drug addiction and understand it further. Substance abuse can worsen existing mental health problems or cause new mental health conditions as a side effect.
Through our comprehensive addiction treatment programme, you will be able to address your addiction and the mental effects it has had on you over time.
To learn more about our available treatment therapies, contact us today.
Benefits of Addiction Treatment
Understanding yourself and your addiction is a key aspect of your treatment plan.
Why have you become addicted to drugs or alcohol? Why are you not in control of your consumption? There are many different reasons for this, but a dual diagnosis of a mental health condition alongside a drug or alcohol addiction is not uncommon. We will treat any mental health issues we may diagnose.
Many people are initially hostile to the concept of group therapy, but it is a rewarding and helpful experience. You can share your experience with other people, and learn from theirs, whilst discussing coping strategies and techniques. You can also build a group of friends to keep in touch with after you leave our care.
Your stay with us will see your body have an opportunity to heal as well as your mind. You’ll be able to eat well and take advantage of our holistic treatments.
You’ll be able to do regular exercise and yoga, as well as massages. A stay in residential rehab is a real opportunity to change your lifestyle for the better, including improved nutrition and general health.
Our rehab centres recommend treatment programmes which are 28 days or more. This enables you to take part in both therapies as well as the detox which are both key elements of recovery.
Addiction treatments are very beneficial to your recovery and improve the likelihood of maintaining sobriety in Oldham after you have completed a rehab programme.
The Admissions Process to Rehab in Oldham
Here at Addiction Advocates, we help you with the process to receive treatment in alcohol rehab Oldham. We make seeking residential treatment as easy as possible by finding the best rehab centre for your needs.
There are plenty of rehab options available in Oldham, including outpatient treatment services and rehab programmes.
The best form of treatment is found in private rehab clinics such as those we offer at Addiction Advocates. All you need to do is call us on 0800 012 6088 and we will ask all of the important questions through the admissions process.
Once you have sent your deposit, we will then organise an admission date and provide you with the details.
Get in touch today to learn more.
Before you leave our rehab clinics, we’ll draw up a relapse prevention plan with you. The first year after you complete your rehab is critical. Statistically, this is the time period where most relapses occur.
You will be provided with all the support you need from Addiction Advocates during this time, and provide you with ongoing support and guidance.
Our alcohol and drug rehab ensures that you are supported during this process. Free aftercare sessions are provided weekly and you are able to call up at any time to discuss any concerns or milestones you may want to share with our addiction specialists.
We also encourage you to seek local support in Oldham via free services such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous.
Please don’t delay and call us today on 0800 012 6088 or text HELP to 83222. Every day is important when it comes to treating addiction and the sooner you ask for our help, the sooner we can help you make a positive change.
We will not judge you for your problems, and there’s no waiting list for our services, meaning we can get started without delay.