Are you ready to begin your rehabilitation journey? Then get in touch with our friendly admissions team at our drug and alcohol rehab Glebe Farm. Feel free to ask as many questions as you like to ensure you understand all of the treatment options available to you. If you just need some advice or someone to listen, we’re here to help.
After our initial conversation, we can organise a pre-screening assessment where we can assess your physical and mental health before setting a date for you to join our rehab facility; this is typically within 48 hours. From this assessment, we can determine which therapies from our range of treatments will benefit you most.
We will then put these into your addiction treatment programme ensuring there’s a mix of physical, psychological, and well-being therapies. Once you arrive at our rehab facility, one of our recovery workers will show you around and make you’re settled in before commencing your treatment programme.
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Are you suffering from Alcohol Addiction and need help? If so, Rehab Clinics Group are a leading UK based expert in alcohol rehabilitation treatment. Find out how we can help by getting in touch with our friendly team today. Call our confidential helpline on 0800 470 0382 or request a callback by clicking on the button below.
Differences between Outpatient and Inpatient Rehab
The main treatment options for you to choose from are outpatient or inpatient rehab. If you’re an outpatient, this means that you’ll stay at home whilst visiting our rehab facility during the day to receive your treatment plan.
Alternatively, you can join our drug and alcohol rehab facility as an inpatient meaning you’ll stay overnight for the duration of your treatment. Each way has its own advantages and disadvantages, it just depends on which method suits your unique circumstances.
One of the greatest advantages of inpatient treatments is that you’re completely removed from the outside world so you’re free from any distractions as you work towards your recovery from alcohol or drug addiction. This detachment from home life can be a great benefit as it gives you the opportunity to focus on your recovery without any other external factors.
We can safely say that inpatient rehab has higher success rates than outpatient treatment; this unparalleled focus is certainly one of the main reasons why. In addition, with inpatient rehab, you’ll benefit from 24/7 support from our dedicated team of doctors, nurses, therapists, counsellors, etc. They’ll be there for you every step of the way to ensure you’re as comfortable as possible, you’re safe, and you’re progressing well on your road to recovery.
When we look at outpatient rehab, you don’t have some of these key benefits which residential rehab offers but you will benefit from more flexibility as you’re able to continue on with home life at the same time as your rehabilitation from alcohol or drugs.
Although, as we said this may not always be a positive thing, particularly if you have negative influences present in your home life. We want to avoid anything which may deter you from your addiction recovery or cause a potential drug or alcohol relapse.
It’s for this reason that outpatient rehab is better suited to someone who is suffering from a milder drug or alcohol addiction whereas someone with a more severe addiction will find inpatient rehab to be much more effective.
Once you’ve chosen between inpatient or outpatient rehab, you can also look into whether you want to receive addiction treatment with free local health services like the NHS or with a private drug and alcohol rehab like our facility in Glebe Farm.
Free addiction treatment is a popular choice as it sounds attractive, but this has actually proven to be the least effective method of addiction rehabilitation as they’re unable to provide you with a personalised treatment programme due to their limited resources and funding.
Studies have shown that the most effective long-term recoveries from addiction are produced from private drug and alcohol rehab with a residential treatment programme. In addition to the high-spec facilities and excellent team of recovery workers, you’ll also benefit from a treatment programme that’s been personalised to suit your unique addiction, giving you the optimum chance of recovery.
Personalised Substance Misuse Aftercare
Following a personalised aftercare plan will significantly increase your chances of a successful long-term recovery after completing a residential rehab programme. Our support won’t just end once you leave our drug and alcohol rehab Glebe Farm, we will continue to guide you wherever possible as you navigate your life back at home free from alcohol or drugs.
All of our clients can take advantage of a comprehensive aftercare plan, free of charge for 12 months after leaving our rehab facility. By utilising the tools and knowledge you’ve learnt at our drug and alcohol rehab, you can continue your recovery in the comfort of your own home with the added support of your loved ones.
Upon your return home, you’ll hopefully feel much more motivated and equipped to continue your rehabilitation. It’s essential that you continue to practise relapse prevention and take advantage of our mental health services where needed.
We can arrange ongoing therapy sessions as needed inclusive of cognitive behavioural therapy (also known as CBT) or individual, group or family counselling, and can give you access to local support networks such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous.
After successfully completing your residential rehab programme and your personalised aftercare plan, we can confidently say that you’ll be in the best position to achieve your long-term recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.
Can addiction be cured?
This question can be quite divisive. However, due to the fact that addiction is often characterised as a behavioural disorder, it can often be more about managing the illness as opposed to necessarily “curing” it. The threat of relapse will always be there, but we will teach you how to make sure that you keep that threat at bay no matter what triggers may appear in your life.
What should I bring to rehab?
While you stay at our rehabilitation centre, you will engage with a wide variety of activities. Some of these activities may include leading the facility on long walks. Therefore, you should bring a wide array of clothing items for different weathers and activities. It is also encouraged that you bring pictures of your loved ones to help keep you committed to recovery, a notebook can also be an important item to record your progress.
What happens after I leave rehab?
For most people who finish a course of inpatient treatment at a rehabilitation centre, there can be a real sense of trepidation about re-entering society. Finding yourself back at home after such an intensive course of treatment may be unsettling at first, but the important thing for you to do is start focussing on the positives that come with living free from addiction. Also, as mentioned above, Rehab Clinics Group refer to treatment centres that offer aftercare programmes, which will ensure that you have the support you had during treatment to ease the transition back to everyday life.