Treatment in Conwy
Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres In Conwy

We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Conwy

Our fantastic team have helped countless people along their recovery journey, therefore, have seen just how daunting it can be to ask for help when you’re struggling to come to terms with it yourself.

Feeling nervous or anxious about getting in touch with our admissions team is completely normal. Rest assured, it will be the most positive and proactive decision you’ll ever make to create a happy and healthy future to look forward to.

All of our therapies are evidence-based and are carefully selected for your tailored drug and alcohol treatment programme. By following such a bespoke addiction treatment programme, you’ll be receiving the most effective therapies for your unique condition, thus giving you the greatest chance to achieve a successful recovery from drug and alcohol abuse.


Are you suffering from Alcohol Addiction and need help? If so, Rehab Clinics Group are leading UK based experts in alcohol rehabilitation treatment. Find out how we can help by getting in touch with our friendly team today. You can either call our confidential helpline on 0800 470 0382 or request a callback by clicking on the below form.

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Warm and welcoming Rehabilitation Centre

Some people have developed a great misconception around drug and alcohol rehab. Whilst we’re not entirely sure where this has come from, we are sure that these aren’t correct.

Any notion that rehabilitation centres are only for the rich and famous or are hospital-like with a cold atmosphere couldn’t be further from the truth. Our drug and alcohol rehab Conwy is full of positivity and welcomes anyone who needs help.

We know how important it is to make our clients feel welcome and as relaxed as possible during this life-changing experience. Our dedicated team are compassionate, patient, and discrete as they guide you along every step of your journey to recovery. All of your housekeeping, laundry and cooking will be taken care of so that you have no distractions to solely focus on your recovery at our rehab in Conwy.


Mental Health and Drug and Alcohol Abuse

It’s much more common than you think to be living with both an addiction to alcohol or drugs and mental health problems. This is why our addiction specialists are also highly trained and experienced in delivering mental health support alongside addiction therapies.

If you feel as though you have mental health problems in addition to your drug and alcohol abuse, we’ll refer to this as dual diagnosis; it’s nothing to be additionally concerned about as it’s fairly common and we have an excellent dual diagnosis treatment.

We tend to see a dual diagnosis when someone who is struggling with their mental health resorts to drinking or drug-taking as a way to ease their psychological pain, however, this only ever makes it worse.

Vice versa, when a person is living with an addiction to alcohol or drugs, they’re likely to develop mental health problems as a result of the toxins they’re putting into their system on such a regular basis.


The Benefits of Relapse Prevention Therapy

Drug or alcohol relapse prevention is one of the most important tools you can return home with after visiting our rehab in Conway. Our team will help you to identify the underlying reasons for your addiction so that you can recognise the triggers and when the cravings to abuse alcohol or drugs are coming. This is essential in avoiding any relapses whilst at our drug and alcohol rehab but also when you return home.

Suffering from a drug or alcohol relapse is actually fairly common, so try not to be too disheartened if this does happen to you. However, you can learn the best ways to avoid a relapse from our expert team, they can also take the time to explain how it works to your family or friends so that they can extra support you when you go home.


The Importance of Aftercare

When you complete our drug and alcohol treatment which usually lasts around 28 days, you’ll continue your journey to long-term recovery at home.

We have a dedicated aftercare team who will continue to support you at home through dedicated helplines, additional therapy sessions such as relapse prevention or cognitive behavioural therapy, and keeping you motivated to achieve your recovery goals. We can also recommend local support networks if you feel you’d benefit from a group counselling setting.

Whatever it is, our aftercare team are ready and willing to help. Your personalised aftercare programme is completely free for the first 12 months after leaving our rehab in Conwy as this is when you’re most likely to suffer from a relapse. Take the time to invest in yourself now and live a life free from drug and alcohol abuse.

  • What are the benefits of group therapy?

    We appreciate that not everyone is comfortable discussing their addiction within a group setting, so we do offer individual counselling too. However, there are additional benefits when it comes to group therapy as you’re able to learn from other people and see how they’re dealing with a similar situation to yours. Listening to other people’s experiences and sharing conversations with other people who are suffering from addiction can make a significant difference to your long-term recovery from alcohol or drugs.
  • What well-being therapies do we deliver?

    In addition to the physical and psychological therapies we deliver, we also make sure that your general well-being is taken care of whilst you’re staying at our drug and alcohol rehab Conway. We achieve this through a variety of well-being therapies which include mindfulness, yoga, relaxation and sleep management, low-level laser therapy, art therapy, music therapy, nutritional supplement therapy, meditation, and fitness therapy.
  • How does alcohol or drug addiction affect your physical health?

    Alcohol or drug addiction impacts every aspect of your health. Possibly the most noticeable is your physical health as you’ll likely develop skin sores, a gaunt appearance, experience extreme weight gain or loss, or have bloodshot eyes. You’re also more susceptible to liver disease, heart disease, diabetes, and stroke as a result of excessive substance abuse.