Drug and alcohol addiction inevitably has a negative effect on physical and mental health, as well as on relationships with friends and family.

The list of possible long-term illnesses associated with addiction and the serious and irreversible consequences that a long period of alcohol or drug abuse can have makes harrowing reading.

Most people suffering from addiction reach a point when they feel ready to stop. However, recovery isn’t just an act of willpower. Addiction is a disease that requires proper treatment.

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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.

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Drug and alcohol rehab is the most effective way of overcoming addiction, and private rehab centres where treatment can be tailored to suit your requirements gives you the best chance of beating addiction successfully.

At our treatment centre in Waddon, your recovery will be the goal that we work towards together, so contact Addiction Advocates today by calling 0800 012 6088, texting HELP to 83222, or by sending us an email at [email protected] and start your journey to recovery.

 

Is Private Drug and Alcohol Treatment right for me?

Treatment of drug and alcohol addiction is proven to be more successful at a private rehab clinic When you contact us, we’ll perform an initial assessment to determine your wants and needs and find the best combination of services and treatments for your recovery. For most people, this is a residential treatment centre where an effective rehab programme can be implemented.

Private rehab guarantees personal support from highly trained and caring staff who will be there at every stage of your treatment. Our treatment centre in Waddon also benefits from the latest and best evidence-based addiction treatment facilities.

This means that we have a wide range of treatment options and treatment services available and can help you overcome many different kinds of addiction including:

 

Signs of Symptoms of Addiction

A hugely important step on the road to beating addiction is accepting that you have a problem you need help with. If you’re reading this, the likelihood is you’ve identified an issue with addiction in yourself, or someone you care about, and are looking for a drug and alcohol rehab in Waddon.

Addiction often becomes a problem for most people when the detrimental effects become apparent in the rest of their lives. This might be difficulties at work, with personal relationships, or in a person’s physical and mental health.

Specific signs and symptoms of addiction can vary depending on the person and the type and severity of addiction, but there are some common characteristics that can help indicate addiction.

  • Irritability and mood swings
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Memory loss
  • Difficulty sleeping and tiredness
  • Social withdrawal
  • Diminished personal appearance and care
  • Feelings of hopelessness
  • Pronounced symptoms of pre-existing mental health conditions

If you’ve noticed these changes as a result of a substance you’re using, or have noticed them in someone else, Addiction Advocated can help with recovery.

 

Support through your recovery journey

Having the right kind of support is essential for a successful recovery journey. At our rehab centre in Waddon understanding, professional staff will be able to guide you through every stage of your recovery, from detox to aftercare.

The first stage of addiction treatment is withdrawal from the substance. Withdrawal symptoms when undergoing drug detox or alcohol detox can be extremely unpleasant, so it’s important for your own personal safety that you do so in an environment where medically trained professionals are on hand.

We also understand how intertwined mental health and addiction are. Different people need different levels of support, and we can provide counselling, therapy, and support groups to help each individual overcome their addiction challenges. We can also offer specialist anxiety treatment and depression treatment.

Aftercare  is crucial in preventing relapse by providing support after you finish your rehab programme. There’s often a lot of apprehension about how triggers or an enabling environment may affect the successful completion of a rehab programme, but our tailor-made aftercare programmes help you to maintain control of your substance free future when you leave rehab.

Exactly what aftercare will look like for you depends on your personal needs, but connecting with support groups, ongoing therapy, and goal setting are all important aspects of a sober future.

 

How to get help?

We are here to help, and though it can sometimes seem daunting to reach out, the sooner you do, the sooner you can begin your journey towards the future that you desire. Our admissions process is straight-forward and designed to make things as easy for you to access help as possible.

If you’re think of self-referring you can contact Addiction Advocates today by calling 0800 012 6088, texting HELP to 83222, or by sending us an email at [email protected] and start your journey to recovery.

Seeing a friend or family member suffering from addiction can be hard. Staging a family intervention or an alcohol intervention can be an effective way to persuade someone to seek help and show them that there’s a network of supportive people there for them. For more information about staging an intervention and the next steps for admission, reach out to our team.

Frequently Asked Questions

What support groups are available?
Support groups are a useful way to avoid the risk of relapse. The support groups that are available will be discussed while planning your aftercare programme to ensure that you can find the relevant support that you need.
What is an Admissions Process?
An admissions process is an initial assessment that determines the severity of your addiction and your physical and mental health condition. It’s a crucial step in choosing the right rehab centre and treatment programme.
When do I need to go to Rehab?
If you’re reading this it’s likely you’ve identified a problem with addiction to a substance. It’s important to seek help when you feel that you’re losing control and the negative effects of addiction present themselves. The earlier you address the problems the better, so don’t hesitate to get in touch if you need help.