Seeking treatment for addiction in Whitefield is the first step in your recovery journey. If you require support finding the perfect treatment programme for you, contact our admissions team at Addiction Advocates. Our admissions team offers free confidential advice and can even refer you to a rehab centre – call us on 0800 012 6088.

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.

Contact Us

Rehab Treatment Options in Whitefield

It can be frightening to realise that you have an addiction. It is a realisation that can change your life forever and give you a choice about how you want to go forward.

Substance abuse can put you in danger of long-term addiction-related health problems which are caused by long-term drug or alcohol addiction, such as:

  • Heart problems
  • Liver or kidney failure
  • Heart attacks
  • Blood clotting problems
  • Stroke
  • Higher risk of some cancers
  • Loss of vision, teeth, taste and smell
  • Higher risk of becoming homeless and losing your job
  • Higher risk of alienating your family members

Wanting to make a change to save your health is the right answer, but it is not something you can do alone. Instead, you will need help in the form of addiction treatments.

There are two main treatment options available to you in the Whitefield area.

The first is to seek help through the NHS. Rehabilitation treatment through the NHS is available to everyone in the UK and is good for people with mild addictions. It can offer you treatment at no cost.

It is important, however, that you are aware of how difficult these services can be to access. The NHS mental health services are extremely stretched because of the large demand for outpatient rehab services, as well as being without adequate funding.

This has sadly forced the NHS to not be able to offer treatment to everyone who needs it quickly, and they often have to put you on a waiting list. To access their help, you need to prove to them that you are struggling enough to warrant intervention. This can be a very mentally draining and difficult process to go through.

You can easily be waiting for treatment for many months because of the long waiting lists.

Another option which is available to treat your drug and alcohol addiction is a private rehab centre.

Private addiction rehab is designed to be as easy as possible to access so you can get the help you need as soon as possible. The admissions process is as simple as a 20-minute conversation and paying a deposit for the treatments you want.


Outpatient or Inpatient Rehab

These both have their benefits and their drawbacks. So it is important that you read them carefully so that you can make an informed decision about which will work best for you.

Benefits of outpatient treatment:

  • Works around your schedule
  • Tends to be cheaper
  • You don’t need to take time off work

Drawbacks of outpatient treatment:

  • Less effective
  • Can cause the treatments to feel disjointed
  • Often harder to access
  • You have to travel in for every treatment session

Benefits of inpatient treatment:

  • Proven to be more effective
  • More intense form of treatment plan
  • All treatments are conveniently in one place
  • Comfortable facilities and 24/7 care
  • Supervised alcohol and drug detox

Drawbacks of inpatient treatment:

  • Can be more expensive


Will Staying at a Residential Rehab Benefit Me?

It has been proven with thousands of cases across the UK that residential alcohol rehab is the best treatment option available.

This is because it can provide you with the round-the-clock care and support that you need in order to overcome your addiction.

The road to recovery is a very difficult journey to make. So in residential alcohol and drug rehab, you don’t have to do it all on your own. You will have the constant support of the rehab centre’s staff on hand to make everything run as smoothly as possible.

You will also be surrounded by others also working towards the same goal of achieving long-term recovery showing you that anyone can struggle with addiction. No matter their age, sex, race, sexuality or gender.

Being able to stay at a residential facility also gives you a break away from the stress and pressure of everyday life.

For as long as you stay at the rehab centre, all of your needs will be taken care of so that you can just focus on your recovery. You will be kept away from all temptation, so during your stay, you won’t have the opportunity to relapse no matter how tempted you may be.

A residential rehab centre makes the recovery process much easier to do as it makes the process physically and mentally easier for you.


Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatments

Your addiction needs to be carefully treated to ensure that you remain perfectly safe throughout.

This can best be seen through drug and alcohol detox treatment, which is designed to help clear your body of all drugs and alcohol. This process is carefully done under medical supervision to ensure that you never experience any dangerous withdrawal symptoms.

Once it is complete, it will allow you to carry on and potentially never need to have drugs or alcohol again. In order to help you learn how to carry on without substance abuse, you will also be given proven addiction therapy treatments.

Therapy is so that you can learn how to identify your triggers and ignore them. You will also learn healthier coping mechanisms to replace your drug and alcohol use when you feel stressed or upset.


Admissions Process

With Addiction Advocates, we make sure that the admissions process is as easy as possible. All you have to do is call 0800 012 6088 to connect to a member of our admissions team.

You will then be able to book in for your short pre-admission assessment, where a member of our team will go over your needs and experiences to be sure that rehab is the right place for you.

Following this, all you need to do is pay your deposit for your treatments and book in. Start your rehab today.


Frequently Asked Questions

Can I refer a friend or family member?
We have an excellent family referrals process in place. We understand how difficult it can be to go through addiction, but we must remember it’s also very challenging to watch a loved one go through such a difficult time.
How to find rehab near me
There are many different rehab places available and it can be difficult to know which would be the best one for you. We work hard to find the right one based not only on location but also its suitability for your own individual needs. Contact us today to find out more – it might be the best thing you ever do.
What is the difference between inpatient and outpatient rehab?
At an inpatient or residential rehab, you will stay at the centre, allowing you to concentrate on a structured programme of treatments away from the triggers and stresses of everyday life. An outpatient programme, of the type typically offered by the NHS, will require you to attend appointments at clinics or other venues. You will have to manage these appointments yourself, as well as the detoxification process. Both approaches can be valuable but inpatient rehab is generally more effective for serious addiction problems.