Alcohol Rehab Centres In County Durham

We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in County Durham

If you or a loved one is currently suffering from drug or alcohol addiction in County Durham, you’ll be pleased to know that many of our leading addiction recovery centres are close by. At Rehab Clinics Group, we will help you to find the best recovery centre for your needs.


Treatment Options in County Durham

We have treatment centres all over the UK, so if you’re ready to walk away from addiction, you’ve come to the right place. You first need to consider whether you want to attend rehab as an inpatient or outpatient. Inpatients stay overnight and on-site for the duration of their treatment, and outpatients return home.

As an inpatient, you’d also have access to additional services in your spare time; a private room and all your meals will be taken care of. This is to ensure that you can focus on getting better.

Inpatient rehab programmes also mean you’re away from any temptation and distractions in your local area. For this reason, some experts believe that inpatient treatment has a higher success rate. That’s not to say that outpatient treatment is a bad choice.

The decision is personal to you. Outpatient stays are occasionally available on the NHS, but more expensive inpatient stays usually need to be paid for independently or through relevant health insurance. The cost of treatment should never get in the way, though, which is why we’re here to discuss your options and budget.


Do I Need to go to Rehab?

Individuals need to have a desire to recover if they want to enjoy long-term success. But often, admitting that you have an addiction is the first hurdle. While there isn’t a list of things that mean you need to go to rehab, it’s important to look at what effects drugs or alcohol are on your life.

Is it impacting your relationships? Do you struggle to hold a job down? Are you suffering from other health concerns? Or do you simply feel your substance use is getting out of hand? These are just a few of the many questions you can ask yourself. If you answer yes to any of these, it can be a sign that you could benefit from professional help.

There are many benefits of going to rehab too. Not just because it helps you to combat the physical dependencies but also because you’ll be supported to understand your emotional triggers.

A team of professionals will help you to create a new and healthier lifestyle and set you on a path to a life that you’ve always wanted. What’s more, there are rehab programmes for every kind of addiction – substance or behavioural.


Drug and Alcohol Detox

Before starting any treatment, you’ll likely have to complete detox so your body doesn’t have any drugs or alcohol left in it. Unlike when you detox at home, a medically assisted detox in a residential rehab centre has a much higher success rate. You’ll be guided from start to finish, and medication can be prescribed to ensure that you’re coping well.

Once this is complete, you can then start your treatment and therapy. At Rehab Clinics Group, we ensure your treatment plan is tailored to you. This will include psychological therapies, counselling, wellness and social activities. You’ll also be regularly monitored to ensure your treatment is working and that you’re happy with the progress.

The main aim of rehab is to deal with the physical addiction, but you’ll also be supported to understand your emotional triggers and the cause of your addiction.

Together, with a team of professionals, you’ll learn how your behaviour could be improved, and you’ll be supported to come up with healthier alternatives. This is essential for long-term recovery, as is the aftercare and relapse prevention advice that is provided to all patients.


What is the Cost of Residential Rehab?

As mentioned above, inpatient residential rehab is more expensive than outpatient rehab. This is because inpatients stay on-site, have a private room, have dedicated medical experts and have all their meals taken care of. The individual cost will depend on the centre itself, your treatment plan, how long you stay and whether a detox is required.

Typically though, 28-day inpatient programmes cost around £10,000. Shorter stays are available and cost less, but experts say 28 days is the optimum treatment time for recovery in the outside world.

Don’t worry if you’re concerned about money, though, as our team can discuss budgets and payment timelines. We can also advise on whether you’d be able to get treatment on the NHS or via your health insurance. If you’re serious about recovery, the cost should never get in the way, and we can show you how.


Get Help for your Addiction in County Durham Today

One of the hardest parts is admitting you’ve got a problem, and by being on this page, you’re likely aware that your behaviour is concerning. Next, you just need to pick up the phone and speak to one of our advisors. After getting to know you, they’ll recommend a course of action and complete a pre-admission screening to ensure you’re ready for drug or alcohol rehab.

Our admissions team will agree on an admissions date, and you’ll need to pay a deposit to hold your place. Then, it’s time to start your road to recovery.

Alternatively, if you want to kickstart the process for someone else, our intervention and referral service has helped so many other people just like you. So whether you have any questions or want to take action today, call 03301 596 494.

As one of the UK’s leaders in drug and alcohol addiction recovery, we’ve helped thousands of people to get their life back on track and now could be your time.


Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I prepare to go to rehab?

    To prepare yourself for rehab, you should sort out what you are taking with you – remember to only bring the essentials such as clothes and toiletries. One of the most important things is to get into a positive mindset that is ready and willing to work and self-reflect. Approaching rehab with a good mindset means that your time there will be as successful as possible.
  • What happens after I leave rehab?

    Once you leave rehab you will have access to an aftercare package which is focused on relapse prevention and support. Many people leaving rehab continue to attend support meetings and stay connected with former addicts to increase the chances of long-term recovery. Also, during your time with us, you will have learnt techniques and tips to help you deal with triggers and urges.
  • What are the best treatment options for addiction?

    There is no right way to approach addiction treatment. Getting to the source of the emotional and psychological issues that drive a person to addiction is the best way to make sure the destructive patterns aren’t repeated. A combination of medically induced detoxification and various forms of talk therapy are the bedrock for effective addiction treatment.