If you’re searching for a way out of this vicious cycle, our drug and alcohol rehab in Redbridge can help you to achieve your long-term recovery.
Here at Addiction Advocates, we design residential addiction treatment programmes which are tailored to each individual, giving you the essential structure and consistency needed to achieve a successful recovery.
Drug and alcohol abuse are complex conditions which require the support of professional addiction specialists. If left untreated, the effects of drug or alcohol addiction will only worsen over time, potentially leaving you with life-changing damage, both physically and psychologically.
However difficult it may seem now, there is a way for you to create a happier, healthier future free from alcohol or drugs. Our exceptional team are there to help you every step of the way so that you can avoid causing any further damage to yourself, and to those around you.
Simply get in touch with our admissions team today on 0800 012 6088 and start your journey to recovery.
Finding a drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre which suits you
When you begin your search for a private drug and alcohol rehab, it can feel quite overwhelming as you’re faced with a multitude of options.
Some people attempt to recover at home whilst others seek help from outpatient services or free local health services like the NHS.
Whilst these options may be useful for someone with a very mild addiction to alcohol or drugs, if you want to fully overcome your substance abuse, it’s essential that you address both your physical and psychological connection to alcohol or drugs; a residential private drug and alcohol rehab centre is the best place to achieve this.
Not unsurprisingly, the least effective method of recovery is a home attempt. Without the support of addiction specialists, you’re highly unlikely to make any progress in overcoming your drug or alcohol addiction.
Many people who are suffering from substance abuse choose to stay at home because it’s within their comfort zone, this also means that they’re avoiding having to verbally acknowledge their problem, therefore downplaying the negative impacts of addiction.
But by staying within your comfort zone, you’ll never be able to learn new, important recovery skills to change for your future for the better.
There are drug and alcohol addiction services available with the NHS, however due to the lack of funding and overstretched teams, these treatments are quite generic, inconsistent, and largely ineffective.
Unfortunately, you’re also likely to be added to a long waiting list to receive this low-quality treatment which can have a detrimental impact on your recovery process. Most people who are suffering from drug or alcohol abuse, require immediate admission onto a rehabilitation programme.
The most effective option has proven to be residential addiction treatment within a private drug and alcohol rehab likes ours in Redbridge.
As every client receives a completely personalised treatment programme, you can be assured of a very high success rate in recoveries.
Our state-of-the-art facilities are luxurious, whilst our expert team encourage positivity and create a relaxing atmosphere throughout the rehab, aiding your journey to long-term recovery.
What kind of therapies do we offer?
We understand how devastating addiction to alcohol or drugs can be. It can significantly damage your quality of life, even potentially shorten it.
Whatever stage your addiction is at, whether you’re just starting to notice the effects, or you’ve been battling the problem for some time now, seeking out professional support needs to be your priority.
each person has their own unique journey and underlying reasons behind how they became addicted to alcohol or drugs.This is why it’s so crucial that we provide personalised treatment programmes to ensure we’re meeting the specific needs and unique nature of each individual’s condition.
We utilise a holistic approach to our residential addiction therapies by delivering a combination of well-being and psychological therapies, in addition to a drug and alcohol detoxification.
All of our therapies are evidence-based and have a great rate of success. We offer psychological therapies which could include cognitive behavioural therapy, drug and alcohol relapse prevention, stress management, individual, group or family counselling, or trauma, abuse, and bereavement counselling.
These more traditional therapies are then combined with our well-being therapies to give you a well-rounded treatment programme. Some of our well-being therapies are relaxation and sleep management, mindfulness, yoga, art therapy, fitness therapy, and nutritional supplement therapy.
With our pioneering treatment service, expert team of addiction specialists and high specification facilities, we’re confident that we can help you achieve your long-term recovery goals.
We’re here to support you every step of the way
We continue to support your journey to recovery even once you’ve left our private drug and alcohol rehab in Redbridge. Upon completing your residential addiction treatment, you will of course return home where the transition can sometimes be quite difficult.
Particularly within the first year of being back at home, you may struggle to adapt your new behaviours into your daily routine, making you more prone to a drug or alcohol relapse.
Our dedicated team offer all of our clients a free drug and alcohol aftercare programme for 12 months. This is there to provide you with any ongoing drug and alcohol relapse prevention sessions or any other additional therapies which you may find beneficial.
We can recommend local support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous which are very useful in sharing your experiences with others in a similar position to you.
Whilst we have a fantastic team who are committed to helping you achieve your long-term recovery goals; you must also be prepared to fully commit yourself to our treatment programme and give it your maximum effort in order for your time in rehab to be effective.
If you have any more questions about our rehab for drug and alcohol abuse, get in touch with our friendly admissions team today on 0800 012 6088 or text HELP to 83222.
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