Drug and alcohol abuse destroys the lives of countless people, families, and communities across the UK each and every year — and Soho is not safe from this fact.
With this in mind, if you are ready to stop letting drug addiction and/or alcoholism dictate your every waking moment then you should reach out to Addiction Advocates. Addiction Advocates are able to take all of your accessibility requirements, your budgetary requirements, and your medical needs into consideration and match you with the best rehabilitation centre for you.
The drug and alcohol rehab we find you a place in will structure a tailor-made treatment plan for you. This treatment plan will involve a blend of detoxification treatments, behavioural therapy, group therapies, relapse prevention planning, and you will also have access to complimentary one-year aftercare.
So, why not reach out to Addiction Advocates today on 0800 012 6088, or simply text HELP to 83222. By calling our helpline you will also be able to find out more about our family and friend referral schemes if you are looking to find addiction treatment for a friend and/or loved one.
Get In Touch
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 to get help
The fact that you are on this page suggests that you already know the damaging effects that drug and alcohol abuse can take on your body, mind, and social standing. Each day that you do not reach out for professional help which is just on the other end of the phone, you are letting your substance abuse win.
When you call our helpline our staff will be able to walk you through our quick and easy admission process. All this will involve is answering a short series of questions that will help us match you with the best treatment centre in your area — and then you simply have to make your way down to the drug and alcohol services when your check-in date arrives.
We do not believe in long waiting periods for people looking for addiction treatment, so don’t worry about being left without treatment for extended periods of time.
How does rehab work
Rehab, in particular inpatient rehab, works by removing you from your day-to-day routine and placing you in a warm, healthy, and positive environment where you can receive top-quality medical care and psychological intervention to overcome your addictive disorder.
The reason why inpatient rehab is so effective is due to the fact that you are removing yourself from an environment that may be filled with potential triggers. Therefore, you are in a better position to reflect on the aspects of your life which need to change and you are less likely to relapse.
What happens during alcohol and drug rehab in Birmingham
Once you have your check-in date then you will simply have to head down to the facility where you will be receiving treatment. When you arrive you will be shown around the facility, be shown to your room, and then you will likely be assessed by a therapist in order to see where you are currently at emotionally, physically, and medically.
Most people will then begin their recovery journey with a course of detoxification treatment.
Addiction therapy & treatment options in Birmingham
Addiction Advocates are partnered with many different drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres across the UK. This means that, once we understand more about you and your current position, we will be able to find the treatment programme which will best suit you in the Birmingham area.
Medical alcohol and drug detox
Detoxification is never something to be taken lightly. Experiencing drug and alcohol detox without appropriate medical supervision has cost many addicts their lives in the past, so we cannot in good conscience recommend that you try this.
All of the rehabs that Addiction Advocates partner with are equipped with detox clinics where you can undergo a course of medically-assisted detoxification. This treatment will allow us to manage any side effects that you present during the withdrawal process, while also keeping you as comfortable as possible.
Therapy for alcohol and drug addiction
Some of the most commonly administered treatments when it comes to treating the psychological aspect of an addictive disorder include the likes of CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy), DBT (dialectical behavioural therapy), stress management therapy, dual-diagnosis treatment, and relapse prevention planning.
These primarily one-to-one-based therapies will allow you to delve into the heart of your addiction. Once you have done this, you will be able to understand your thought patterns more and disassemble your addictive tendencies over time.
Other forms of therapy include NAD+ brain restoration therapy, low-level laser therapy, music therapy, exercise therapy, and much more.
How long is rehab
Primarily, the inpatient treatment plans that we advise people to undergo last for around 28 days. However, in certain instances where the addictive disorder is more severe, an addiction course of treatment may be required.
Cost of alcohol and drug rehab
Private rehabilitation can be expensive; however, here at Addiction Advocates, we are able to work with all types of budgetary requirements and find a treatment plan accordingly. When you are paying for healthcare, you want to make sure that you are getting the best care that you can get — and that is what we are ready to find for you.
Nearest CQC registered rehab to Birmingham
Every rehab that we work within and around the Birmingham area is CQC registered. Therefore, in order to find the rehabilitation centre which is closest to your specific area — and which fits your needs the best — reach out to our helpline on 0800 012 6088.
Frequently Asked Questions
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