We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Aston
Recovering from a drug and alcohol addiction will involve various treatments, therapies, and processes. The most associated treatment is detoxification, helping clients withdraw from addictive substances.
There are many other treatment services which are just as important across the addiction recovery process. Helping to heal the mind and prepare clients for long-term recovery, the likes of cognitive behavioural therapy, relapse prevention and aftercare will also need to be experienced.
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Through private rehabilitation, tailored treatment programmes can be expected, which we can help you encounter on an inpatient basis here at Rehab Clinics Group. Alternatively, treatment can be completed on an outpatient basis, through the NHS, yet carries much less effect through addiction recovery.
By residing in a private drug and alcohol rehab in Aston, necessary addiction treatment services can be worked through with confidence. Additional services can also be experienced, to improve the recovery process and to elevate wellbeing.
Reach out to experience prevalent and suitable addiction treatment services on an inpatient basis.
Addiction help in Aston
Drugs and alcohol are very addictive substances. They change how the body and brain function, making them difficult substances to withdraw from and forget about.
Over time, the body and brain will adjust to the presence of drugs and alcohol. Adjustments will solidify the need for consumption, to fulfil cravings, urges and internal needs.
In order for both the body and brain to forget about the presence of drugs and alcohol, withdrawal, and rehabilitation are imperative. Motivated by the detoxification process and various treatments and therapies, the cycle can be broken, and habits can begin to change.
Best experienced with professional addiction help, treatment plans can be worked through to safely detox and progress towards sobriety. Via a private drug and alcohol rehab in Aston, plans will be readily available and tailored to individual needs.
How does rehab work?
Drug and alcohol rehab works by combining a wide range of treatment options and recovery tools. It stands as a platform which inspires physical and psychological change. Rehab programmes are designed to promote recovery, whilst also improving mental health and overall wellbeing.
Programmes can be completed through two different formats through rehab, providing accommodating timelines, costs, and processes. Inpatient treatment is a popular format, providing around the clock care and access to rehabilitation facilities. You can check into a private drug and alcohol rehab in Aston for inpatient rehab, averagely organised over a 4-week period.
The second form of rehab is outpatient treatment, which you can work through alongside your existing commitments. Averagely organised over a number of months, you can visit a rehabilitation centre via the NHS for regular sessions.
Although convenient, outpatient treatment is less effective when compared against the pace, support, and life-changing services of residential rehab. Outpatient treatment is more of a long-term treatment plan, whereas inpatient treatment offers proactive changes, followed by self-help and aftercare.
What happens during rehab?
Rehab experiences are personal. Programmes are fully tailored through private rehab to accommodate personal needs and circumstances. Although there will be some clear differences between programmes, there are some relevant steps to the rehab process, which must be worked through.
Led by specialist teams of medical professionals, psychiatrists and therapists, rehab programmes include various treatments and therapies. Effective programmes will motivate detoxification, rehabilitation, and long-term recovery.
Detoxing is an important step of the rehab process. It helps to reduce cravings, remove drugs and alcohol as influences, and withdraw the body. The detoxification process can be tough, yet is manageable through private inpatient rehab, offering a safe and intimate recovery setting.
Rehabilitation helps to heal the mind, unravel any negative habits, and address additional underlying issues. It’s a step of the rehab process which is made up of individual, group, and holistic therapy sessions.
Aftercare services, relapse prevention planning and self-help will also be promoted via a drug and alcohol rehab in Aston. Helping to educate, prepare and encourage clients and their loved ones, long-term recovery can be aimed for through private rehab.
Offered to CQC standards, rehab is private, considerate, and effective, providing professional and suitable help, to get better.
Treatments and therapies at Rehab Clinics Group
Once withdrawn from drugs and alcohol, rehabilitation is the next milestone to aim for through addiction recovery. It focuses on the mind and how the brain currently responds to drug and alcohol exposure.
Working through a wide range of therapy sessions and management tools, addiction treatment services help to adapt responses. Responses will begin to devalue consumption and the outcomes that it produces. Sessions will help our clients understand the damages of substance abuse, whilst developing healthy habits and coping strategies, to avoid future exposure.
Educational sessions are also offered, planning is also included to improve relapse prevention, and a comprehensive offering, inclusive of aftercare is expected. We also incorporate holistic therapies, wellbeing activities and mental health treatments to improve health and lifestyle choices.
Treatments and therapies on offer include:
- Cognitive behavioural therapy
- PTSD therapy
- Dialectical behavioural therapy
- One-to-one therapy sessions
- Family therapy
- Group therapy and support groups
- Exposure therapy
- Motivational interviewing
- Mental health treatments for dual diagnosis
- Social activities and tasks
- Educational sessions
- Relapse prevention planning
- Holistic therapies, such as mindfulness, nutritional therapy, and NAD+ therapy
- Stress management
- 12 months of free aftercare
How long is rehab?
The length of rehab is impacted by personal needs and responses. The average inpatient rehab programme is designed over a 4-week period yet can take a number of months for some. The average NHS outpatient programme can take 3-6-months to complete and benefit from, due to its slower pace.
The more time that can be dedicated to rehab, the stronger that recovery rates will be. Breaking a habit-like cycle and staying away from drug and alcohol influences, for as long as possible, will naturally ease long-term recovery. Yet on assessment, pre-admission, a timeline will be offered to help you plan for rehab and select the most proactive option in Aston.
Cost of rehab
The cost of private rehab also fluctuates with individual needs. Budgets can be catered to, to make sure that rehab is a feasible option.
Depending on the type and length of rehab programme that’s experienced, costs can alter between treatment centres. Inpatient rehab can cost between £3,000 to £10,000, all depending on location, specialism, and residential services.
Outpatient treatment is free, yet has many downfalls, such as its longer timespan, which can make it a difficult programme to see out.
How to find a rehab in Aston?
Finding a private drug and alcohol rehab in Aston will be possible here at Rehab Clinics Group. By reaching out, completing a pre-admission assessment, and sharing your needs, we can form a programme for you via our group.
Asana Lodge is our closest rehab clinic, to Aston, offering an immediate admission into private rehab. Yet depending on your needs, we also have other rehab facilities to select from, to suit your budget, availability, location and wants.
Contact our team for more information on each treatment centre, or for support with your admission.
What is the best treatment for substance abuse?Treating substance abuse will mostly focus on physical recovery. Drugs and/or alcohol impact the body, by causing a tolerance through their addictive traits. To overcome their traits, a detoxification process will be recommended, to promote physical withdrawal. Alongside medically led treatment services, sessions such as relapse prevention and lifestyle management will be encouraged. Both will help to reduce the future abuse of drugs or alcohol and decrease the risks of addiction. Treating an addiction is very different, all depending on how severe and complex diagnoses are.
Is addiction curable?Curing an addiction is very unlikely, no matter which route, treatment programme or services that you experience. Drug and alcohol addiction is a recurrent disorder. It can continue to relapse if control is lacking. To recover, and experience the next best thing to a cure, treatment must be completed, to control and manage addiction for the long-term. Leading a fulfilled life, beyond addiction is possible. Yet addicts must be mindful of and committed to long-term recovery.
What happens after I leave rehab?After you leave a private drug and alcohol rehab in Aston you will begin to make use of the tools and techniques that you’ve recently developed. Those tools and techniques will help you manoeuvre through life in sobriety. To help you along the way, aftercare services will begin, such as support groups and 12-step plans. Development, change and recovery will continue as you leave rehab, helping you learn to manage your triggers and responses to drugs and alcohol.