We’re seeing drug addiction and alcohol addiction become ever more prevalent in the U.K and all around the world. With this in mind, it’s crucial that addiction treatment is available to those who need it; we must create effective rehabilitation programmes to help these individuals overcome addiction once and for all.

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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 addiction is a terrible disease that can consume your whole life and significantly deteriorate your physical and psychological health. Without the expert support of a private drug and alcohol rehab likes our rehab in West Hendon, it’s unlikely that you’ll achieve a full, long-term recovery from addiction.

If you’re concerned about your own drug or alcohol addiction or you’re worried about a loved one, there’s no time to wait. Call our drug and alcohol rehab West Hendon today on 0800 012 6088 or email us at info@addictionadvocates.com.


How does Rehab work?

There are various treatment options when it comes to rehabilitation. It’s possible to seek addiction treatments from free local health services like the NHS or with a private drug and alcohol rehab like our rehab in West Hendon.

Once you’ve made this decision, you can then decide whether you’re more suited to receive addiction treatment via inpatient rehab or outpatient rehab. Both have their benefits depending on the severity of your addiction, however, inpatient rehab has proven the most successful due to the highly focused and motivational environment of residential rehabilitation centres.


What happens during Alcohol and Drug Rehab in West Hendon?

Once you’ve gone through our admissions process and have been welcomed into our drug and alcohol rehab West Hendon, we can begin your addiction treatment programme. Each person will receive a personalised addiction treatment programme to ensure maximum effectiveness.

Our team of qualified addiction specialists will guide you every step of the way to ensure you’re safe, secure, and as comfortable as you can be during your time at our rehabilitation centre.


Addiction Therapy & Treatment options in West Hendon

As each addiction treatment programme is personalised, we’ll ensure you’re following the most beneficial therapy and treatment options for your unique condition. At our drug and alcohol rehab West Hendon, we provide a selection of psychological and well-being therapies in addition to drug or alcohol detoxification.

These therapies could include individual, group or family counselling, motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioural therapy, dialectical behaviour therapy, stress management, relapse prevention, mindfulness, relaxation and sleep management, and music therapy.


Medical Alcohol and Drug Detox

Although we personalise all of our addiction treatment programmes, we generally recommend beginning with a drug or alcohol detoxification as this is the best way to cleanse your body and mind so that you can follow your subsequent therapies as effectively as possible, leading you to a successful long-term recovery.


Therapy for Alcohol and Drug Addiction

It’s important that you receive a well-balanced selection of therapies to help with your rehabilitation and with your aftercare once you leave our private drug and alcohol rehab.

We’ll be sure to provide support for your mental health in addition to your drug and alcohol addiction as this is crucial in achieving a successful recovery. We offer specific treatments for anxiety, depression, and eating disorders; click here to find out more.


How long is Rehab?

The length of your rehabilitation is really dependent on the severity of your drug or alcohol addiction. We can be flexible to work around your personal circumstances to make sure it works for you. Generally speaking, our programmes usually last around 28 days, followed by a 12-month aftercare plan to ensure you’re continuing your recovery at home.


Cost of Alcohol and Drug Rehab

Typically, when you look at treatment options for drug or alcohol addiction, you have the options of private or public. Public rehabilitation is mostly funded by the NHS or other public bodies, whereas private drug and alcohol rehab is usually financed by yourself or with medical insurance. Beyond the cost of private rehab treatment, it has many benefits over public treatment.


Nearest CQC registered Rehab to West Hendon

Our private drug and alcohol rehab West Hendon is CQC registered. 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

What is an Alcohol Addiction?
Also known as alcoholism, alcohol addiction is a serious disease where the person suffering has an unbearable craving to consume excessive amounts of alcohol. This desire can become an obsession where they’re physically and mentally unable to stop; this is when it gets very dangerous. It doesn’t matter where you’re from or how old you are, alcoholism doesn’t discriminate. It’s possible for anyone from any walk of life to suffer from an addiction to alcohol.
What is a Drug Addiction?
Similarly, to alcohol addiction, drug addiction is a serious disease that affects the person suffering to the point where they cannot control their consumption of drugs or think about anything else other than their cravings for drugs. Just as an alcohol addiction does, a drug addiction impacts your physical and mental health causing the person’s behaviour to significantly change and their health to dramatically deteriorate.
How can you talk to someone with a Drug or Alcohol Addiction?
It’s never an easy conversation to have for either party involved, but it’s such an important one to be had. The person suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction will likely find it much more difficult to talk about than you will, so it’s important to remember this before beginning the conversation. The best thing to do is first make sure you’ve done your research on drug and alcohol addiction. This will enable you to correctly discuss the symptoms and behaviours that your loved one is experiencing and allows you to effectively talk about treatment options at a drug and alcohol rehab.