Admission FAQ’s

If you’re suffering with drug or alcohol addiction and are seeking rehabilitation for yourself, a family member, or friend, we understand you will have many questions and concerns.  We have compiled a list of some of the most common questions we get asked. 

If you have any unanswered questions please call us on 03301 596 494, a member of our team would be happy to help.

  • What is alcohol and drug rehab?

    An alcohol and drug rehab is a treatment programme aimed to help individuals struggling with addiction. There are different types of treatment options within rehab giving each unique individual the best treatment for them.
  • What happened at a Alcohol and drug rehab?

    Rehab centres differ in the types of treatment they offer individuals. They typically provide either an inpatient or outpatient treatment plan depending on the needs and preference of the individual. During rehab, patients will undergo a detoxification process to remove all the harmful toxins from the body. They will the move onto the rehab stage of the treatment were they will learn techniques to manage their triggers.
  • What is detox?

    Detox, othwerwise known as detoxification, is the process of removing harmful toxins from the body that are present through substance abuse. The purpose of detoxification is to safely manage the potential withdrawal symptoms an individual may experience when they stop taking drugs or alcohol.
  • Should I carry out an alcohol detox at home?

    Without the supervision and guidance of a trained medical professional, carrying out a detox at home could be very dangerous and in some cases fatal. The boy reacts to the detoxification and could present seizures. If you are worried you have an addiction problem, speak to a trained professional today.
  • What are the potential side effects from an alcohol detox?

    Detoxification without the guidance of a trained professional can be extremely dangerous. Side effects from the process can vary between each individual but the most common include
    • Nausea
    • Discomfort
    • Dehydration
    • Insomnia
    • Seizures
    it is strongly recommend to consult with an addiction expert before attempting any detox process.
  • How long does rehab last?

    There are multiple options for treatment plans at a rehab facility, all varying in time. The more serve the addiction problem, the longer recovery will take and so therefor it is advised to stay at a facility for a longer time period. On average drug and alcohol rehab lasts between 30 and 90 days.
  • How will I manage after Rehab finishes?

    Completing a rehab program at a rehab facility is the best way to start your journey to an addiction free life. Addiction is something you may have to deal with for the rest of your life, so during your rehab you will learn all the valuable tips and techniques needed to cope with your triggers. We understand that when you leave rehab, you may be concerned and worried about how you will keep u with your sobriety when you are back into your routine. Thats why here at Rehab clinics group, we offer all our clients a free 12 month aftercare programme to make sure you have all the help you need.