Do you fear that you might have succumbed to a drug or alcohol addiction? If this is the case, Rehab Clinics Group can help you via our drug and alcohol rehab treatment centre in Bury.
Sadly, drug and alcohol addictions are on the rise, and people from all backgrounds are finding themselves suffering from addiction.
Local charities and the NHS are not able to manage their waiting lists effectively due to cuts in funding over the last decade and the increase in numbers of people asking for help.
We understand that asking for help is difficult. Our clients have used words like “ashamed” and “embarrassed” when asking for support from Rehab Clinics Group.
Even though it should not be the case, there’s still a stigma attached to asking for help. Accepting you have developed an issue is a very hard thing to do and you have likely been in denial about your condition.
However, you may have noticed marked changes to your life. You might have found yourself struggling in work, perhaps to the extent you’ve lost your job.
You might find that you have fallen out with family or friends, perhaps as a result of descending into dishonest behaviour.
These are telltale signs of addiction which you are either not aware of, such is the extent of your addiction, or you are in denial and don’t acknowledge these massive problems as an issue.
But with a 28-day commitment to a residential rehab treatment, we can help you to turn your life around with immediate admittance to our rehab clinic in Bury.
How does rehab work?
You will get out of your rehab what you put into it. Sadly, there’s no cure for drug or alcohol addiction. You will need to work hard to overcome this affliction. If your commitment matches ours, then your recovery journey has already begun.
28 days might seem like a long time, but this kind of timeframe is precisely what is needed for you to concentrate on your rehab. It allows you to take a break from the stress of everyday life and focus on your recovery.
Additionally, some of our clients are involved in a difficult home life and removing yourself from that environment will be beneficial.
When you contact us, we will perform an initial assessment of your addiction via telephone. This conversation is no obligation, but if you choose us to deliver your rehab, we will then admit you to our clinic.
Upon arrival, we’ll make a more detailed physical and psychological assessment and get to know you as an individual.
This is where we will fully establish any underlying mental health conditions and the root cause of your drug or alcohol addiction.
You will also need to undergo a period of detox, which will be alongside therapy sessions.
Private rehab is not cheap, but we are fairly priced with no hidden fees and we can work with you to establish an appropriate treatment plan within your budget. Why not call us for an addiction assessment today?
There is no disguising the fact that detox is a difficult part of your residential rehab, but completing it is essential for your long-term recovery.
Almost all our clients need to undergo detox. Due to withdrawal symptoms, which vary from unpleasant to dangerous, detox is an uncomfortable experience.
Many people suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction have tried a “cold turkey” detox at home, but this is unsafe and almost always unsuccessful.
The pain caused by withdrawal symptoms almost always causes a relapse, often within days. Continual attempts and failures can also exacerbate mental health issues. The failure rate for home detoxes is very high.
But in our residential surrounding, you will be supported 24 hours a day. Your detox will be medically assisted, and we can issue you with prescription medication to alleviate your discomfort.
Your therapy treatment options
Therapy is an essential part of your rehab. Every person is different, every addiction is also different, and we will individualise all of your treatment programme to suit you.
Your therapy will broadly consist of individual and group therapies. We will also make use of more holistic therapies, such as yoga and exercise, in order to heal your body as well as your mind.
Individual therapies, for example Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), allow us to treat the root cause of your illness and this is extremely important. All too often in an outpatient scenario, as offered by local charities and the NHS, the root cause of your illness is not treated.
This significantly increases the possibility of a relapse in the future. However, Rehab Clinics Group will ensure you understand why you’ve developed an addiction in the first instance and help you to overcome this.
Group therapy is something that often receives initial hostility but has proven very effective. It allows you to share your experiences with fellow recovering addicts and to learn coping techniques.
Group therapy can also allow you to have family therapy, where you can share your difficulties with your family, and this also helps them to understand the concept of an addiction.
Before you leave our care, we will draw up a comprehensive aftercare plan in order to prepare you for the return to your normal life in Bury.
We will provide information and advice on how to avoid any bad influences and your triggers. We will also recommend you join local recovery groups so that you might continue with your recovery experience.
Rehab Clinics Group are proud to provide aftercare that is free for the twelve months after you leave our care.
Statistically, this is the time when recovering addicts are at the highest risk of suffering from a relapse. You will have access to our 24-hour helpline for advice and encouragement.
Every day is vital when it comes to fighting an addiction, so please make that call straight away.
Call Rehab Clinics Group today on 0800 470 0382, or text HELP to 83222, and we can help you immediately.