If you are currently seeking to successfully rehabilitate from drug and/or alcohol addiction, then there is a very high chance that you have already been searching through a whole host of different drug and alcohol treatment options before arriving here at Addiction Advocates’ website.
Throughout your research into different drug and alcohol services, it is also likely that you will have considered seeking treatment services through the likes of the NHS or outpatient addiction treatment services in Worksop.
However, few treatment avenues will yield as positive results as the likes that you will experience through Addiction Advocates’ private residential drug and alcohol rehab in Worksop.
Personal rehabilitation centre programmes, such as those which Addiction Advocates’ offer, allow for a comfortable and relaxing rehab experience. We want to ensure that our clients can recover from their addiction in an atmosphere that is specifically designed to encourage recovery.
Our personalised addiction treatment will not only treat your physical addiction, but we will treat the psychological facets of your addiction. It is important to treat both the physical and psychological facets of your addiction as without properly confronting and conquering the mental side of addiction then a long-term recovery is incredibly unlikely.
So, if you are looking for a drug and alcohol rehab that will help you forge a long-term recovery then we hope you will entrust your recovery to our rehab in Worksop.
We are committed to helping everyone we can overcome the horrific disorder that is addiction and have a wealth of experience helping people achieving this.
Why Should You Choose Our Personal Approach To Addiction Treatment
Struggling with addiction is often an incredibly personal matter. This, in turn, means that the reason for you having developed a drug and/or alcohol dependency will more than likely vary massively from the next person.
However, it is not only the cause behind your addiction that will vary from addict to addict, but the side-effects that you may experience when withdrawing will often be very different from other people as well.
The internal process of recovery is also a very personal experience, which is why Addiction Advocates tailors their addiction treatment to each client.
While it is a personal journey that you will go on throughout your recovery, our dedicated teams of staff will be on hand 24/7 to make sure that you have all of the help and support you need during your stay at one of our facilities.
State-of-the-art treatments and therapies, a positive atmosphere, and constant support will all help you realise your new life free from addiction.
Sadly, there are still many rehab centres and addiction treatment facilities which do not offer personalised treatment plans and still persist with generalised plans for all patients.
This completely ignores the very basic fact that all people struggling with addiction are facing their own internal demons, demons that are very personal to them.
Without a nuanced approach to addiction therapy, a true recovery from addiction is unlikely. If you are getting treated for alcohol addiction after you have successfully flushed the drug from your system the mental side of addiction will also need treatment. The same applies to any other addictive drug.
When you reach out to us and perform a brief pre-admission interview, our addiction specialists will use this information to work out the fine, and larger, details of your recovery plan.
We will ask you about your history with drugs and/or alcohol, your current and previous medical state, your financial requirements, as well as your accessibility needs.
All of this information will be confidential and used to work out such details as the length of your stay, which specific therapies you will receive, the length of your time at a detox clinic, and much more.
We also endure that we do not keep people waiting for months before receiving treatment, as we want to make sure that you can start getting better as soon as possible.
The Specifics Of Receiving Treatment At Our Facilities
As you likely know, the road to getting clean will often start with detoxification. This is a process that can be too great an obstacle for many addicts to overcome.
However, this is often due to the fact that they try to pass through alcohol withdrawal — or substance abuse withdrawal — without any professional support or medical assistance.
Addiction Advocates will provide you with access to a detox clinic during your stay with us. This clinic, staffed with many trained medical professionals, will enable you to see your way through detox in a safe manner.
The dangers associated with detoxification should not be underestimated, and vary wildly from person to person, so let us help you through this incredibly uncertain time.
After having been through a course of physiological treatment at the detox clinic, you can then begin the rest of the treatments available to you during your personalised treatment plan.
Most commonly, some of the therapies and/or treatments that we administer in order to achieve the best possible recovery include:
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
- NAD+ Therapy
- One-To-One Therapy
- Guided Meditation
- Satori Chair Therapy
- Conflict Resolution Training
- Family Drug Support Counselling
- Group Therapy
- Dual-Diagnosis Therapy
- Stress Management Classes
- Relapse Prevention Training.
Relapse prevention, as the name suggests, will be specifically geared around making sure that you are prepared to go back to life post-rehab without fear of falling back into old habits.
You’ll also be automatically enrolled in our one-year aftercare programme which, combined with the relapse prevention training you will have completed, will leave you in good stead to maintain your sobriety for the long term.
Starting Your Recovery Journey Today
When it comes to treating addiction, the only thing stopping you from recovery is delaying reaching out to us. We are ready and waiting to help you conquer your addiction, so all you have to do is call us right now on 0800 012 6088, or Text HELP To 83222.
Additionally, if you’re concerned about the drug use and/or alcohol consumption of a loved one, then simply as one of our helpline staff about our family and friend referrals.
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