In order to achieve long-term recovery from addiction, you must break those physical and psychological connections with the substance; it’s a tough challenge but it’s not impossible with the help of our private drug and alcohol rehab Selly Oak. Call our private drug and alcohol rehab today on 0800 012 6088 or email us at [email protected]
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Are you suffering from Addiction and need help? Addiction Advocates are leading UK based experts in Private Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Treatment. Find out how we can help by getting in touch with our friendly team today.
How does Rehab work?
By joining a rehabilitation centre, you’re taking the first step towards changing your life forever. Overcoming the awful disease that is drug addiction and alcohol addiction is extremely challenging, particularly without the support of a professional drug and alcohol rehab. After you’ve contacted us about your addiction, we’ll take you through our admissions process to ensure you’re happy with our facilities and the addiction treatments we recommend.
Our admissions process generally takes around 48 hours from our first contact to welcoming you into our rehab in Selly Oak. This is true of most private drug and alcohol rehabs, but with public rehabilitation, which is funded by the NHS, you could be waiting months to receive your treatment.
Public addiction treatment is of course an option, however, due to limited resources, they’re unable to provide a personalised service resulting in less effective recovery. In our experience, it’s much more worthwhile to benefit from a private drug and alcohol rehab from the start to make sure your recovery is as successful as it can be.
What happens during Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Selly Oak?
Once you’re settled into your private room at our rehabilitation centre, we will typically recommend beginning your treatment with a drug or alcohol detoxification followed by a carefully selected mix of therapies. This is true for both inpatient rehab and outpatient rehab.
The difference between these two treatment options is that as an inpatient, you’ll stay at our rehabilitation centre overnight for the duration of your addiction treatment. Whereas, if you’ve joined our outpatient rehab, you’ll remain staying at home whilst visiting us during the day to receive your addiction treatment.
There are advantages and disadvantages to inpatient rehab and outpatient rehab. One person’s circumstances may be suited to one more than the other, we’ll work together to decide which will benefit you most. Generally, inpatient rehab has a higher success rate because whilst you’re staying at our private drug and alcohol rehab Selly Oak, you have to distractions or stresses of daily life to be influenced by. Inpatient rehab gives you the opportunity to solely focus on your recovery from drug or alcohol addiction without any negative influences.
Addiction Therapy & Treatment options in Selly Oak
There’s no ‘one fits all’ approach when it comes to addiction treatments. It’s important to go at your own pace and to take advantage of our evidence-based therapies which will be selected for you based on your unique needs. These therapies could include cognitive behavioural therapy, also known as CBT, stress management, relapse prevention, dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), psychotherapy, counselling, art therapy, relaxation and sleep management, music therapy, yoga, and mindfulness.
By following a well-balanced programme featuring a combination of the above, in addition to a drug and alcohol detoxification, you’ll have the greatest chance at succeeding in your long-term recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.
Medical Alcohol and Drug Detox
Undergoing a drug or alcohol detoxification is an important step in most peoples’ recovery from addiction. The process of detoxification is the most effective way to gradually reduce your consumption of alcohol or drugs in a safe and controlled manner. Under the 24/7 supervision of our addiction specialists, you can safely complete detox and achieve a physical and psychological cleansing.
We appreciate that detoxing can be an uncomfortable process at times, as your usual consumption of alcohol or drugs is gradually reduced to zero, you’ll likely experience some withdrawal symptoms.
These are manageable under the correct guidance of our team but can be dangerous if detox is attempted at home, alone, or without the support of our addiction specialists. Withdrawal symptoms can include nausea, headaches, dizziness, seizures, insomnia, and delirium tremens (the DT’s); this is why it’s crucial to have immediate access to medical support.
Therapy for Alcohol and Drug Addiction
Our expert team deliver evidence-based therapies to support recovery from drug addiction, alcohol addiction, cannabis addiction, heroin addiction, and cocaine addiction. We offer specific treatments for dual diagnosis or additional mental health support; click here to find out more.
How long is Rehab?
The duration of your rehabilitation is really dependent on the severity of your addiction. Typically, addiction treatment can last around 28 days which is then followed by a 12-month aftercare plan free of charge.
Cost of Alcohol and Drug Rehab
We have a variety of treatment options available to suit most budgets. It’s important to remember that whilst there are low-cost treatment options available to you, these are unlikely to prove effective in helping you achieve your long-term recovery.
Nearest CQC registered Rehab to Selly Oak
All rehabilitation centres in the UK are regulated by, and must be registered with, the Care Quality Commission (CQC). To find out how a drug or alcohol rehab is performing, you can check the CQC website by clicking here.
Frequently Asked Questions
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