By taking the first steps toward securing a place at our Drug and Alcohol Rehab centre in Witham will help give you a clear path towards a successful recovery.  Secondly, you must be physically and psychologically prepared to take on the challenging journey ahead of you.

It’s vital that you’re determined to succeed in your long-term recovery by identifying and embracing the underlying reasons for your addiction.

Once you’re ready, you can contact our friendly admissions team who will arrange a pre-screening assessment with you so that we can design the most effective drug and alcohol treatment programme for your specific requirements.

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Rehabilitation Centres near me

There’s a wide range of drug and alcohol addiction treatment options out there, it can sometimes be difficult to sort through and decide which is best for you. Most people begin by searching for a ‘rehab near me’ which will bring up a whole host of drug and alcohol services which will all differ slightly in their offering.

The first thing you’ll need to decide is whether you’ll undergo your addiction treatment as an outpatient or an inpatient. The difference between the two is that an outpatient remains to stay at home whilst visiting our rehab in Witham on a daily basis to receive addiction treatment, whereas an inpatient will stay at our drug and alcohol rehab Witham overnight for the duration of their addiction treatment.

One method may suit you more than the other, however, we do find that the most successful rehabilitations come from those who are inpatients. Our rehabilitation centre is a positive and recovery-focused environment whereas if you were to remain at home whilst undergoing addiction treatment, you’re more prone to negative influences which could distract you from your rehab and potentially lead you to relapse.

As an inpatient at our drug and alcohol rehab Witham, you benefit from 24/7 support, delivered by an exceptional team of addiction specialists.


Private Drug and Alcohol Rehab

Once you’ve decided whether you’d like to undergo your addiction treatment as an inpatient or outpatient, you can then think about where you want to go for your treatment. There are drug and alcohol services available through the NHS, however, these generally don’t have a very high success rate as these programmes are quite generic.

This is because the NHS are unfortunately understaffed and overworked therefore don’t have the resources to personalise each person’s addiction treatment programme. There’s also usually a long waiting time to receive NHS addiction treatment which can be detrimental to your overall recovery.

If you were to opt for a private drug and alcohol rehab like ours in Witham, you’ll be admitted into our rehabilitation centre within 48 hours of making initial contact.

We’re able to take the time to get to know each person so that we can carefully design an effective addiction treatment programme that is personalised to their condition. This high level of service contributes to a much greater success rate among people who choose to join a private drug and alcohol rehab, particularly as an inpatient.


Therapy Options

At our rehab in Witham, we’re very proud of the evidence-based therapies we offer. We’re sure to deliver a wide range of diverse therapies as what may work for one person, won’t necessarily work for another.

Within all of our personalised treatment programmes, we include a balance of psychological therapies alongside well-being therapies. These could include motivational interviewing, stress management, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), counselling, and relapse prevention.

Whilst well-being therapies may sound a little unusual, they’re integral to your recovery. Some of the well-being therapies we offer are relaxation and sleep management, low-level laser therapy, mindfulness, yoga, nutritional supplement therapy, fitness therapy, music therapy, and art therapy.

In addition to the above therapies, we’re also likely to suggest a drug and alcohol detox at the beginning of your treatment. We appreciate that detox can be an uncomfortable process, however, it’s the most effective way to remove your physical connection to alcohol or drugs.


Do we provide a Drug or Alcohol Aftercare plan?

Our drug or alcohol aftercare plan is available to all of our clients free of charge for the first 12 months after completing their residential addiction treatment.

If you complete both your residential and aftercare addiction treatment, you’ll certainly have the best chance of succeeding in your recovery.

Simply contact our admissions team, they will guide you along with the initial steps and through our pre-screening assessment before welcoming you into our drug and alcohol rehab.

Frequently Asked Questions

How should you talk to someone with a Drug or Alcohol Addiction?
If you have a loved one who’s suffering from an addiction to alcohol or drugs, it can be very difficult to know the best way to approach the conversation about rehabilitation. Firstly, it’s important to be patient with the person, it’s a very difficult subject for you both to be talking about, particularly as your loved one has likely spent a long time trying to avoid it. Provide them with practical and emotional support whilst being empathetic. Try to remain optimistic whilst talking with them and importantly, do your research on addiction so that you’re better equipped to understand the complexities of drug and alcohol addiction.
How much does Drug and Alcohol Rehab cost?
The cost of drug and alcohol rehab can vary widely depending on the individuals’ requirements and also what kind of rehabilitation centre they choose to attend. Whether they select to undergo addiction treatment as an outpatient or inpatient will make a difference to cost, as will choosing a private rehab centre as opposed to treatment from free local health services like the NHS. It’s important to weigh up your options prior to committing to rehabilitation, however, there are treatment options available to suit many budgets.
What happens once you’ve completed Rehab?
Typically, drug and alcohol rehab can take around 28 days to complete a comprehensive programme. Once you’ve completed your rehabilitation treatment, you will return home to continue your recovery with the support of our dedicated aftercare team. Just like your rehab treatment programme, your aftercare plan will also be tailored to suit your needs and your unique situation back at home. We will provide you with all of the tools and support you require to continue along a successful road to recovery.