Drug and alcohol consumption rates are unexpectedly high in Oman, even with strict laws and penalties in place. Through illegal consumption and personal licenses for alcohol use, unhealthy compulsive habits are becoming problematic.
If you’re struggling, visiting a drug and alcohol rehab in Oman will be a possible option. Local recovery can be beneficial for some individuals. Yet if you’re also finding it hard to acknowledge your problems, additional rehab options will be recommended.
Here at Addiction Advocates, we can help you with both. If you’re looking to remain local, we can work with you to find a suitable addiction recovery programme. If you’re instead keen to distance yourself, we can complete a UK referral for you. Visiting a private rehab clinic will be recommended through either option, accommodating and respectful of your needs.
Contact our team for specialist guidance through your admission. Help is available to guide you away from drugs and alcohol.
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Oman rehab options
If you’re happy to stay local for treatment, we can work with you to find a drug and alcohol rehab in Oman. This will be the most beneficial option within your local area.
Finding a rehab clinic that is private and which operates to high standards will be necessary at this point. It’s imperative that personal discretion is maintained and that your addiction can be treated effectively.
Through our admissions process, we can highlight possible rehab options which meet both privacy and quality levels. We’ll also ensure that your personal needs can be catered to via rehab, such as your well-being and daily requirements.
A personal programme will be formed, ready for your admission, which we can finalise here at Addiction Advocates.
Recovering in the UK
If you’re looking for distance, recovering in the UK will be your best option. A referral will benefit you if you are:
- Struggling to find immediate support and treatment in Oman
- Require specialist addiction treatment
- Finding it hard to look beyond judgment and the stigma of addiction
- Looking for a completely private rehab journey
- Struggling to find a tailored programme to meet your needs
We can work through the admissions process with you, similarly to the above. Yet, due to the nature of a UK referral, we will focus heavily on your needs, including your budget and the amount of time you have available to dedicate to your rehab programme.
We’re ready with an affiliation of rehab clinics, which are all private, registered under the CQC and offer specialist services. We’re confident that we can find a drug and alcohol rehab clinic to accommodate your needs, including your beliefs, routine and health requirements.
Reasonably, we will need to arrange your entire journey, from your transportation from Oman and your rehab timeline to your return home post-rehab. Each step will be tailored to benefit your experience and progress your recovery journey.
What’s expected of inpatient rehab?
Here in the UK, an inpatient rehab programme will be arranged for you. You’ll check into a drug and alcohol rehab clinic to complete a range of treatments and recovery processes.
Inpatient rehab is the most effective when treating addiction. It’s even more effective when considering referrals from countries like Oman, providing you with consistent, thorough support.
You’ll have the ideal environment to recover from, distraction-free and neutral, with the opportunity to relax and focus on recovery. Support will be to the highest possible standards, as you’ll be guided and assisted by medical professionals and psychiatrists. Your facility will be homely yet professional to ensure that you’re comfortable and safe through inpatient rehab.
Similar to outpatient rehab, you’ll work through a schedule of addiction treatment services. Yet this schedule will last 30 days, making inpatient rehab a quick and proactive way to recover. Treatment will be completed daily, resulting in small yet impactful efforts. Over the 30 days, you can expect to withdraw, change, rehabilitate, learn, and plan for the future, all whilst remaining sober.
How is addiction treated?
Addiction is treated through physical and psychological recovery techniques. Exact techniques will depend on your needs. For example, if you’re suffering from poor mental health, dual diagnosis treatments will be recommended.
Starting with detoxification, addiction is treated by eliminating drugs and alcohol from the body. A medical detox process will help to achieve this through a safe, comfortable process. Treatment will then advance towards therapy, which will eliminate the emotional ties of drugs and alcohol. A range of talking therapies, including group therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy, will be recommended.
A drug and alcohol addiction is also treated through education and awareness. By being aware of your triggers and how to manage them, addictive behaviours can come under control. Relapse prevention planning is an educational treatment, helping clients prevent high-risk situations.
Sobriety will be aimed for, mental clarity and control will be aimed for, and planning will be aimed for through addiction treatment.
After your 30-day inpatient programme, you’ll return home to Oman with a plan to follow, with some goals to achieve and with a new outlook on drugs and alcohol.
To maintain your success, aftercare and post-rehab guidance will be offered to you. This will also be the case if you select to initially recover via a drug and alcohol rehab in Oman itself. Aftercare and ongoing guidance are found to relieve many pressures and worries of post-rehab life. You’ll have a team to rely on for any advice or emotional support throughout your first 12 months of sobriety.
Work through a tailored rehab programme, either here in the UK or locally in Oman. At Addiction Advocates, we can help you with both through our specialist services and admissions process. Reach out to experience the most suitable form of addiction help.
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