Alcohol, prescription drugs and illicit substances are all addictive and are all impactful on the body and brain. Through abusing drugs or alcohol, addiction risks are high, causing physical and psychological changes.
Reducing the risk of addiction and/or treating an existing addiction is possible, by working through a wide range of therapeutic techniques and rehabilitation efforts. Long-term planning, behavioural changes and relapse prevention are all also important commitments, to reduce the recurrent nature of addiction.
Through drug and alcohol rehab, effective addiction treatment and detoxification plans can be accessed. Rehab programmes are designed and used to diagnose, understand, treat, and manage addiction, which are available in personalised forms here at Addiction Advocates.
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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.
By finding and checking into a private drug and alcohol rehab in Teddington, you can experience the care and quality of our network. Reach out for advice whilst considering and beginning drug and alcohol rehab. We’re here to support you through addiction recovery, accessible on 0800 012 6088.
How Does Rehab Work?
Rehab is a private, safe, and medically accredited process that motivates addiction recovery. It delivers the tools to get better and to heal from the consequences of addiction. Rehab is an inclusive service, designed to treat various types and levels of substance abuse.
Tailored around individual needs, diagnoses and circumstances, drug and alcohol rehab programmes are bespoke. They offer a strong foundation of treatment, rehabilitation, and support to recover for the long term. Each session, resource or step is led by professionals to increase the success and safety of rehab.
Detoxing from drugs and alcohol is possible through rehab. Mental health recovery and relapse prevention planning are also expected. A wide range of addiction treatment types, lifestyle tools, relapse prevention plans, and services are offered through rehab and aftercare.
Bespoke treatment can be worked through on an inpatient basis, by checking into a drug and alcohol rehab in Teddington. Possible to complete over 28 days, a thorough, consistent, and focused treatment plan can be worked through to heal at a comprehensive rate. Addiction recovery can be worked through via residential rehab, followed by self-help and long-term management.
Addiction treatment can also be arranged on the NHS, offered as outpatient treatment. Treatment sessions are completed on a regular basis, requiring clients to instead visit rehab. Yet visits tend to be harder to stick to whilst battling addiction, making residential treatment a stronger choice by offering higher success rates.
What Happens During Drug And Alcohol Rehab?
A safe, comfortable, discrete, and medically observed environment can be expected through private rehab. Its escapism offers the basis for change, by removing all sources, influences and motivations of drug and alcohol abuse.
By checking into a CQC drug and alcohol rehab in Teddington, you can expect to reside in a private setting whilst working through core addiction treatments and plans. Taking into account individual responses to drug and alcohol exposure, a bespoke treatment plan will be formed for your arrival.
Daily treatment sessions will be held, observed, and supported by professionals over your 28-day stay. Addiction therapy will be offered through individual, group, and holistic forms. Personal symptoms, triggers and areas of life will be focused on and accounted for through each session.
Detoxification services will also be essential alongside rehabilitation, to eliminate all cravings and urges of further consumption. Through a safe environment, drug and alcohol withdrawal symptoms and side effects can be worked through.
Our rehab plans also have a long-term focus, including relapse prevention planning sessions, mental health support, lifestyle management and aftercare. We help our clients manage addiction for the long term, through safe and healthy coping strategies.
Addiction Therapy & Treatment Options
Rehab provides direct access to a wide range of addiction therapy and treatment options. To promote the most effective treatment plan, personalised recommendations will be made on admission into rehab.
By understanding your individual needs and relationship with drugs and alcohol, both withdrawal and rehabilitation can be aimed for through set treatments. Leading tools will be used throughout, observed, and recommended by addiction recovery specialists.
Medical Alcohol And Drug Detox
A residential programme via a drug and alcohol rehab in Teddington will begin with a medical detoxification process. Detoxing from drugs and alcohol can be tough due to withdrawal symptoms. With medical intervention, symptoms can be managed and eased.
Detoxing can take up to 10 days to work through, to reach absenteeism from drugs and alcohol. Through private rehab, the ideal setting and plan will be in place to detox, restore and stabilise, ready for treatment.
Therapy For Addiction
Therapy sessions are successful whilst treating the psychological and emotional triggers and symptoms of addiction. They are also effective whilst improving mental health, boosting awareness, and disengaging any emotional reinforcements.
Addiction therapy is offered through talking therapies and group sessions, all underpinned by cognitive behavioural therapy. Depending on your individual habits and behaviours, a specific range of therapy sessions will be recommended. Progress can be made through dialectical behavioural therapy, art therapy, group therapy, family therapy, one-to-one therapy, and psychotherapy.
Mental health recovery is also aimed for through rehab, offered as dual diagnosis treatment. Therapy sessions are bespoke and can treat mental health conditions and symptoms, either pre-existing or brought on by substance abuse.
Long-term recovery is a key focus throughout therapy. Sustainable tools and plans are offered through drug and alcohol rehab to manage sobriety and the changes that it will carry.
How Long Is Rehab?
Selecting an outpatient rehab programme will understandably prolong the timeline of recovery. Waiting lists are initially expected due to NHS demands, followed by 6–12-month treatment plans.
By instead checking into a drug and alcohol rehab centre, treatment can be completed in 28 days. Some of our clients prefer a longer stay or require additional treatment. Yet the average residential rehab programme can be completed over a month, followed by 12 months of free aftercare.
You can expect a quick admission and a time-sensitive rehab programme through our network here at Addiction Advocates.
Cost Of Alcohol And Drug Rehab
Costs for rehab do fluctuate depending on the type and length of treatment that’s completed. We offer personal quotes on admission, to make sure that budgets can be met, and that rehab is an affordable commitment.
Private rehab programmes typically range between £3,000 and £10,000. Costs do vary depending on the type of services on offer and the standards of care which are promoted through your chosen rehab clinic.
It is important to be aware of the costs and commitments of private rehab, before starting the process. Funding options will also be discussed on admission, to make sure that you can complete rehab.
Nearest CQC Registered Rehab in Teddington
At Addiction Advocates we work alongside a network of CQC registered rehab clinics. Our Asana Lodge rehab clinic will be the most convenient and accommodating rehab clinic for your location of Teddington, offering private and accredited programmes.
To arrange your admission into a drug and alcohol rehab in Teddington, reach out to our team. Alternatively, you can text HELP to 83222 to find out more information on our rehab services.
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