Whatever your situation may be, here at Addiction Advocates, we can offer guidance, we can offer professional insights, we can offer referrals into rehab. To gauge where you stand with drugs and alcohol, to understand the necessity of professional withdrawal services, to appreciate the deteriorating cycle of addiction, reach out to our team.
Are you suffering with a drug or alcohol addiction in Pouton-Le-Fylde, or live in neighbouring Blackpool and don’t know where to turn for help with your substance misuse? Here at Addiction Advocates, we can help. With rehab centres distributed across the whole of the UK, we have dedicated rehab centres in Poulton-Le-Fylde that can offer personalised treatment programmes.
We understand that seeking help or your addiction can be a daunting prospect, but we have a friendly and supportive team on hand to take your call and offer advice and guidance on all your treatment options.
Drug and alcohol addiction can be extremely damaging to your health and mental wellbeing, sometimes causing long term damage, which is why it’s important to seek help as soon as you can.
At Addiction Advocates, we can provide that first step to your road to long term recovery. With a free and confidential phone call we can help you to determine the best course of treatment to help you achieve long term recovery. Just pick up the phone and call us today.
How can we support you?
It can be hard to admit to having an addition and we appreciate that seeking help can seem daunting, which is why we offer a free and confidential initial phone call to start our help and support.
Even though you may currently feel fine, the nature of addiction is destructive and isolating, so left untreated your relationships can breakdown, friends and family will disappear, you may lose your job and become isolated. This can lead to mental health issues such as depression and anxiety.
We’ll assess your addiction and current mental health in our pre-admission assessment. Through this assessment we will discuss your addiction, lifestyle and medical history. With this information we will offer advice on the best treatment options available to you at our rehab centres in Pouton-Le-Fylde.
Once you have decided on a treatment program we will organise an admission date for residential treatment, or a start date for outpatient treatment. It is important not to delay this process as it can impact your recovery.
We recommend residential rehab programmes, rather than outpatient treatments at detox clinics, as we can offer comprehensive treatment that will target all aspects of addiction, from physical to psychological. Due to the fact the addiction can be triggered by mental health issues, or can cause anxiety or depression, it is vital for long term recovery to undergo detox alongside therapy.
All of our treatment programmes are personalised so that they are tailored around you. Like every individual, addiction is unique to every person, so one treatment program may not suit someone else. At our rehab centres we work with you to find the best treatment options. The length of your stay will also vary, depending on your requirements, but will usually start from 28 days.
During your stay at our rehab centres you will be provided with round the clock support and care, but this support does not finish when you successfully complete your rehab. When you leave the drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre you will be provided with a Relapse Prevention Plan as well as support from us and local groups, to help you settle back into life.
What can I expect from Rehab?
We understand that rehab can be a daunting prospect, especially when you think about leaving your home for 28 days. That is why we have designed our rehab centres in Pouton-Le-Fylde to provide a calming and supportive environment to help you relax and feel at home.
With quality facilities, meals provided, treatment services at your disposal and round the clock support and care, you can focus on your recovery without the negative influences of the outside world. With this in mind, we always recommend residential treatment options over outpatient treatments.
Even though all treatment programmes are personalised, they will always start with a detox. Once you have settled into the centre you will start your detox program. Detox can be a dangerous process as the substance levels are reduced your body over a set period of time triggering withdrawal symptoms. These withdrawal symptoms will vary depending on the length and severity of your addiction, but will be closely monitored by medical professionals onsite. All detox treatments are conducted under medical supervision.
Alongside detox, it is important to treat the psychological impacts of addiction. Each treatment program at our rehab centres will include therapy, but the type of therapy that is advised for your recovery will depend, again, on you. The therapy we offer includes:
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) – used to treat negative thought processes and help you develop more positive thought processes to deal with the everyday.
- Motivational Sessions – work with you to help you feel more positive about yourself and your future.
- Support Groups – peer to peer support to give you a support network.
- Individual Therapy – focused therapy that can include a wide range of therapy, including; psychoanalytic, cognitive behavioural therapy, talking therapy. The type of therapies included will depend on your needs.
Once you have successfully completed your drug and alcohol rehabilitation we will provide you with a Relapse Prevention Plan to help you maintain your sobriety.
What happens when I leave?
Once you’ve successfully completed your treatment program at our rehab centre you will be provided with a Relapse Prevention Plan to help minimise risk of relapse and maintain long term sobriety.
We’ll continue to provide support to you whilst you settle in at home and start to rebuild your life, free from drug and alcohol addiction.
Whether you live locally in Pouton-Le-Fylde, or you live further afield, we will help you set up links and find local support groups, such as Alcoholics Anonymous; who can provide long term support and friends. We will also be on hand to provide support and advice as well.
Kick start your journey to long term recovery by picking up the phone today to call our friendly and supportive team for a free and confidential chat.