For every addiction there are underlying reasons behind the consumption, whether it’s a past trauma, or mental health issues.
Your addiction is no different, meaning the underlying causes of your addiction will have to be addressed if you’re to achieve long term recovery.
Its never too late to seek treatment and at private drug and alcohol rehab in Dorset you can receive residential addiction treatment that’ll help you make a full recovery. You’ll learn about your own addiction and develop coping mechanisms for day-to-day life.
If you live in Dorset and your looking for “drug and alcohol facilities near me”, let us help you. With centres across the whole of the UK, and even in Spain, at Rehab Clinics Group, you’ll receive the same round the clock care, support and guidance no matter where you’re treated. Contact our supportive admissions team today and take back control of your life.
What We Offer
At drug and alcohol rehab in Dorset our centres provide residential addiction treatment. Most programmes last for 28 days, but can vary depending on your needs. You’ll be provided with your own ensuite accommodation and given a tour of the facilities upon arrival.
Each centre is situated within private grounds, so you’ll have plenty of space to reflect and relax or interact with other residents. During your stay you’ll have access to our fully comprehensive rehabilitation services that include; supervised drug and alcohol detoxification, round the clock care from our medical staff and a range of holistic treatment services.
Our staff are keen to support and guide you during your stay. Some of our staff have first hand experience at battling addiction and reaching the other side, so there’s no judgement here. Our expert team of professionals consists of; doctors, nurses, therapists and counsellors, chefs and recovery workers.
Rehab Clinics Group provide holistic treatment programmes to help heal your mind, body and soul during your stay. We not only want to help you recovery from your addiction, but our treatments are designed to help you develop a more positive and healthy lifestyle that centres around your wellbeing. Treatments can include the following:
- – Alcohol and Drugs Detox
- – Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- – Bereavement Counselling
- – Trauma & Abuse Counselling
- – PTSD Counselling
- – Stress Management
- – Relapse Prevention
- – Art, Music and Drama Therapies
- – Relaxation and Sleep Management
- – Mindfulness
- – Acupuncture
- – Diet and Nutrition Therapy
With sites located across 65 different locations in the UK, we can help you find drug and alcohol rehab in Dorset, or further afield. We can even provide transportation to pick you up and drop you back home after you’ve successfully completed your programme.
Why Choose Private Drug and Alcohol Rehab?
Private drug and alcohol rehab in Dorset may seem like the most expensive option, but you can’t put a price on your own health and wellbeing. When investing in private rehab you’re not just investing in the treatment you’re receiving, but also in the rest of your life. In order to provide yourself with the best possible chance of rebuilding a happy and positive life, private rehab is the best option.
With personalised, round the clock care, a therapeutic environment and holistic treatments, private, residential addiction treatment, is the most successful form of rehab out there. The support and guidance provided at our centre continues on after you leave, as we also provide an aftercare programme to help you settle in back home.
Choosing A Recovery Programme
Outpatient treatment can seem like the most ideal rehab option, as you can attend a detox clinic during the day and return home in the evenings and weekends. However, it is actually one of the most challenging types of rehab.
Living with an addiction your life and habits become toxic as they start to revolve only around the substance you’re consuming. You’ll push away anyone that cares about you, isolating yourself.
Anxiety, paranoia and depression are common mental health issues associated with addiction. If you don’t remove yourself from this toxic environment you’ll struggle to recover. That’s why residential treatment is the most effective method of treating your addiction.
Most programmes last for 28 days, during which you’ll be able to reflect, relax and heal your mind, body and soul. Both physical and psychological impacts of addiction must be treated for long term recovery to be achieved.
What To Expect
All of our treatment programmes are tailored specifically to the individual, however they’ll all follow the same structure. Upon arrival you’ll undergo a medical assessment to determine your physical and psychological health. Thereafter our medical professionals will design with you your treatment programme.
Since some people arrive still under the influence, detox is always the first step. In order to proceed with treatment you must clear your head from any substance. Detox is completed under medical supervision to help you manage your withdrawal symptoms.
Prescription medication can be administered for more severe symptoms. This process should last a couple of days, after which you’ll start your therapy.
The type of therapy you receive during your stay will depend on your individual circumstances, but most patients start with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). This therapy is designed to help you understand your addiction by identifying your negative thought processes so that you can start to change them and develop more positive thought patterns and habits.
We also offer holistic treatment options such as; stress management, relaxation workshops, dietary help and sociable activities, to help you relax, unwind and heal.
Upon successful completion of your residential addiction treatment you’ll complete a drug and alcohol relapse prevention plan to help you manage your newly found sobriety in daily life.
The first 12 months after treatment are the most challenging, which is why we provide 12 months free aftercare. We’ll provide guidance and support, put you in touch with local support groups in Dorset, such as SMART Recovery, and help you settle back into life.
Take back control of your life and free yourself from your addiction by contacting our friendly and supportive admissions team today.