There are many stages to addiction recovery but by being on this page, you’ve taken the first step. Whether struggling with drug or alcohol misuse yourself or concerned about a loved one, we’re here to help.
You see, we work with leading CQC rehab clinics all over the UK to ensure that every individual finds a rehab process that suits their needs and requirements. Not just that but you can rest in the knowledge that you’ll have access to the highest quality of care and a team who have your best interests at heart.
So if you’re ready to lead a life away from addiction and restriction, why not get in touch with our friendly and supportive team today?
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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?
Every rehabilitation centre is different which is why it’s so important to find the one that meets your needs just so. Our team will help you to do this though.
Once there, while they may use different therapy techniques, what happens during alcohol and drug rehab is usually the same. In order to break free from addiction, you’ll work with medical professionals, counsellors, addiction specialists and mental health teams to eliminate any physical and psychological dependencies and address the emotional and behavioural issues that surround it.
This can be achieved by the likes of cognitive behavioural therapy, motivational therapy, art, drama and meditation as well as individual therapy and group therapy sessions. You may also be required to complete a detox but this will be monitored and led by a team of experts.
Addiction therapy and treatment options in St Neots
At Addiction Advocates, we help you to find the right rehab centre for you. To do this, we’ll simply get to know you, your addiction, your mental health, triggers, fears and even goals – and then match you up with a rehab clinic and team that we know would suit.
Here, the team will prescribe a personalised treatment plan and your drug or alcohol rehab programme that takes everything into account and will be on hand to help you every step of the way. The only thing that you need to consider is whether you want to be treated as an inpatient or outpatient.
Inpatient treatment, also known as residential rehab, would mean that you stay overnight at your rehab centre of choice. Outpatient, on the other hand, means you’d stay at home in St Neots but return to the clinic every day to complete treatment and therapy.
The decision is completely up to you but we can help you to weigh up your options, and choose the best one for you and your situation.
Medically-assisted alcohol and drug detox
Detoxing at home, on your own, is one of the biggest reasons that a self-led recovery process fails. Not to mention, it can be dangerous. However, with a team of medical professionals by your side, the success rates are higher.
Lots of rehab centres require you to complete a drug or alcohol detox as part of the programme, but there’s nothing to worry about. Withdrawal symptoms and any side effects will be closely monitored and there is medication you can be prescribed to help with the effects.
How long is rehab?
The length of time that you’ll be under a rehabilitation programme will depend on the programme itself and how well you respond. This can be as little as 14 days or even up to 90 days.
It’s also important to remember that your support and guidance doesn’t end when your treatment programme does. From tailored private drug and alcohol rehab aftercare plans and relapse prevention guidance to local community support groups and a dedicated helpline, you’ll be provided with everything you need for long-term recovery success.
Cost of alcohol and drug rehab
Again, this depends on a few different factors including the rehab clinic that you choose, how long you stay for and the different therapy for alcohol and drug addiction that is prescribed. At Addiction Advocates, we’re hugely passionate about the fact that the price should never stand in the way of someone who wants to recover though which is why we work to find the best clinic for you while meeting your budget requirements.
There are some programmes available on the NHS but for inpatient private rehab treatment, costs typically start at £5,000.
Supporting a loved one with addiction
If you have a friend or family who is currently fighting a drug and alcohol addiction, it can be difficult to know what to say or do. But don’t worry, you’re not alone. At Addiction Advocates, we’re here to listen to your concerns and to provide some advice. Plus, we even have an intervention service to take some of the burdens off your shoulders.
Once we’ve spoken to you, we’ll get in touch with your loved one and try to arrange a meeting in a neutral environment. This is a great opportunity for everyone to discuss how they’re feeling, their fears, dreams and we can even begin the application for a rehab centre of choice.
Nearest CQC registered rehab in St Neots
The UK has thousands of rehab clinics all over but at Addiction Advocates, we only work with the leading CQC registered centres so you can be sure you’re getting the very best treatment. Not just that but many of them have been rated as outstanding, and also offer dual diagnosis treatment that treats drug and alcohol addiction as well as mental health concerns. If you’d like to find out more about the nearest rehabilitation centre, contact our team on 0800 012 6088.
Let’s overcome it together
No one is alone when it comes to addiction, and there’s a treatment centre out there for every individual. Recovery is possible and so is sustaining it. You just need to find a centre that suits your needs best, which is why we do what we do.
Whether you’re ready to find a clinic or have a question about the various treatment options on offer, get in touch with us today on 0800 012 6088 and take one step closer to your future.
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