Finding a solution to addiction recovery may seem like an unreachable prospect. Oftentimes, it is a vicious cycle that is hard to break. Denial, fear and the stigma of addiction may be holding you back.

However, it is vital to ensure that you seek the help you need for your health and your family and friends around you. Getting the help, you need doesn’t have to be difficult. With a simple call, you can talk to a friendly voice that will guide you to where you need to be. Making the first move should not be forced. We’d love you to chat with us willingly.


Seeking Help for Addiction in Wisbech

You should speak to your GP if you have any signs and symptoms of addiction, such as restlessness, irritability, withdrawal from life and health issues. Alternatively, can you come to us and speak to a professional to see the available options? When the imperative and irrepressible need to consume the addictive substance takes over, this is when help must be implemented. You should consider the numerous pathways offered, one of which is private drug and alcohol rehab.

Private rehab combines a residential element with a medical element. You will stay in your own luxury suite, with all the medical assistance you need and psychological support. During this time, you will undergo a drug and alcohol detox safely and effectively and undertake a plethora of psychotherapies and counselling sessions to remove addiction from your life. It is a process, and the programme is adapted to you holistically and with your goals in mind.

We want you to succeed. With numerous activities available and excellent locations of our clinics, there is always something to do, new people to meet, and support networks are firmly carved out. Private alcohol and drug rehab can be a place of rejuvenation, healing and learning about yourself. The goal is to prevent relapse, which is the last part of your programme. An aftercare plan will be implemented to give you long-term support when you finally leave us.


What Happens During Detox?

Detox is a 7-day weaning process. The addictive substance will slowly be removed from your system, bit by bit, until you do not need it. Whilst this may create minor discomforts, they will be managed well and disappear quickly. An alcohol and drug detox will be performed under a strict medical environment. You’ll have all the support you need 24/7. After detox, your liver will metabolise, and your blood toxicity will all return to good levels. This means that your mind will be clearer, and your physical state will hugely improve.


Addiction Therapies and Aftercare

Addiction therapies are the longest part of rehab. They last around three weeks and will create long-standing assistance for your mental health. These therapies tackle the deep issues that have led to depression. You’ll learn how your addiction works, possible triggers, and why it has been prolonged. You will likely have different options to see what suits you. The most common forms of treatment are:

  • CBT Therapy (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)
  • Individual Counselling
  • Group Counselling
  • Family Counselling
  • Aftercare plans

These are the best-proven methods for successful long-term sobriety. Therefore, we always encourage as many types of therapy as you feel comfortable with. Group and family counselling allow you to hear other perspectives, learn from others, heal as a group and turn over new pages with your family/friends. It is a collaborative effort and requires diligence and focus, but with the right support, it is not an impossible task.

Aftercare is a strategic plan that focuses on your post-rehab needs. Oftentimes when people leave rehab, they’d like some secure stepping stones and a network of support. This is more than possible to achieve. Therefore, when you have a dedicated aftercare plan, it works for you at a time that is convenient for you also. You will learn to navigate the world through fresh eyes, with tools and ways to adapt your behaviour and thoughts. We will assist in your steps regarding your return to work or studies and ensure that your goals are being met.


The Admissions Process to Rehab

The admissions process is simple and quick. Private rehab offers patients zero waiting time. Therefore, you are likely to be able to get the process started immediately. When you call us, we will assess you directly; therefore, the more information you share, the better. This 20-minute assessment gives our professional multidisciplinary team a chance to learn about your addiction, the type and the severity, and your general mental and physical health. With this in mind, we will be able to create a bespoke plan that will be your first pathway to recovery.

When you have completed your assessment, and your plan is received, you can make an informed and educated decision to start your journey with us. We encourage talking to family and friends. Usually, a deposit will be paid to secure your place, and you’ll choose the best location to join us. We can assist with transportation also, which gives you peace of mind. Rehabilitation may be covered by some insurance, so please check with your provider.


How Addiction Advocates Can Help

Accessing support from numerous professionals with a systemic, cognitive-behavioural and psychoanalytic orientation is the best way to remove addiction entirely. Therapeutic activities, world-class therapies and medical detox are the main ingredients for success. There is no need to suffer in silence anymore. Let us help you take the first steps towards the life you deserve.

If you want to enquire, just to talk or to book an appointment to visit one of our clinics, please contact us today on 0800 012 6088 or alternatively Text HELP To 83222. It’s time to take control back and create the life you desire.


Frequently Asked Questions

How long does rehab take?
The duration of your stay can also vary widely depending on your own circumstances and requirements. A typical stay including alcohol or drug detox and a programme of therapies could be 28 days but some stays are shorter and others longer.     Contact us today to find out how we can help and whether drug and alcohol rehab in Wisbech is the right choice for you.
Can family members visit me during rehab?
Seeing family members can be valuable during your stay in rehab and in some cases family therapy can be a central part of your therapies and treatment. This will be overseen by a therapist however and you will be consulted before any arrangements are made. The addict is not the only person affected by their actions, which is why we can also offer family intervention services prior to admission to rehab.
Why Is It Necessary To Complete A Full Rehabilitation Programme?
Many individuals who consider attending a drug and alcohol rehab are often under the impression that they will be free to leave rehab once they have completed a drug detox or alcohol detox. However, this is not true. Upon attending rehab, completing a full rehabilitation programme is necessary if a long-term recovery is to be made. Failure to complete a full rehabilitation programme increases the risk of relapse.