Treatment in Gravelly Hill
Alcohol Rehab Centres in Gravelly Hill

We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Gravelly Hill

Our years of experience in drug and alcohol rehabilitation has shown us how difficult it can be for people to accept that they have an addiction for which they need support. It’s very common for people suffering from an addiction to alcohol or drugs to be in denial about their condition and to try to hide their symptoms from loved ones.

Although this is a very difficult thing to admit, acknowledging your addiction so that you can begin the process of recovery, will help you remove substance abuse from your life for good.


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.

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You may be reading this if you’re concerned about a friend or family member who is suffering from addiction to alcohol or drugs. Again, this can be an uncomfortable conversation to have but one that could potentially save their life; therefore, we really do encourage open conversations.

If you suspect that someone is suffering from substance abuse or you need support yourself, below are some common signs and symptoms to look out for.

  • Have any of your relationships with your loved ones been negatively impacted by your addiction?
  • Are you experiencing withdrawal symptoms when you’re not consuming alcohol or drugs?
  • Have you missed a significant event because of your addiction?
  • Has your physical or mental health been damaged as a result of your addiction?
  • Do you consume alcohol or drugs all day every day?
  • Have you lost control over your substance abuse?
  • Are you experiencing constant cravings for your next ‘fix’ of alcohol or drugs?


Residential Rehab for Substance Abuse

When beginning your search for drug and alcohol rehab centres, one of the first decisions you’ll need to make is whether you’ll join a residential rehab clinic or receive addiction treatment as an outpatient. The main difference between them is that as an outpatient, you’ll remain to stay at home whilst visiting our drug and alcohol rehab Gravelly Hill each day to receive your addiction treatment.

As an inpatient undergoing residential rehab, you will stay at our rehab clinic overnight until you have completed your treatment programme. Each method has its own benefits, one may be more suited to you than the other.

Although residential rehab might not be everyone’s preference, it’s important to note that this method of treating addiction to alcohol or drugs has proven to be the most successful. This is likely because a residential rehab centre is a very positive and recovery-focused environment for you to undergo your treatments with constant support.

Whereas if you were an outpatient, you wouldn’t benefit from this immersive experience. You’d also be more exposed to negative influences which could distract you from your recovery process and potentially lead to a drug or alcohol relapse.


Addiction Therapies offered at Rehab Clinics Group

With a wide variety of addiction therapies available at our drug and alcohol rehab Gravelly Hill, we recognise the importance of variety to ensure you receive the therapies which will benefit you most.

Most of our clients will begin their stay with a drug or alcohol detoxification, gradually reducing your consumption of the substance in a controlled setting to minimise any risks and to reduce the discomfort of withdrawal symptoms. It’s very risky to attempt a detox without the support and supervision of a medical team.

When you’ve successfully completed your drug or alcohol detox, you’ll hopefully feel much more motivated to take on your psychological and well-being therapies. These subsequent therapies could include counselling, relapse prevention, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), stress management, motivational interviewing, mediation therapy, and psychotherapy.

Combine these psychological therapies with those therapies which take of your well-being, and you’ll have the best chance of succeeding in your long-term recovery. Some of our common well-being therapies include low-level laser therapy, yoga, mindfulness, art therapy, meditation, music therapy, relaxation and sleep management, fitness therapy, and nutritional supplement therapy.


Start your journey to recovery today

If you’re living with such a complex condition as drug or alcohol addiction, it can feel very lonely and overwhelming. Looking for help is likely to be the last thing on your mind as you struggle to come to terms with your addiction.

Whilst asking for help seems daunting, we can’t stress enough how important it is to act quickly; as soon as you notice any signs or symptoms of addiction, seek out professional help from a rehab centre.

  • What are some common causes of addiction?

    There’s unlikely to be just one cause of addiction to alcohol or drugs. There’s much more likely to be a combination of factors or causes which can contribute to an individual becoming addicted to alcohol or drugs. Some of the most common reasons we see at our drug and alcohol rehab Gravelly Hill are poor mental health, pre-existing behaviours, your social circle, genetics, and the environment you’ve grown up in.
  • Is your mental health supported throughout your treatment programme?

    Taking care of your mental health is an integral aspect of your rehabilitation from alcohol or drugs. It’s crucial for all of us to take care of our mental health, whether we’re suffering from an addiction or not, so it’s even more important to ensure we’re aware of the mental health support that’s available. Our team are trained and motivated to take care of your mental health throughout your treatment plan.
  • What happens after residential rehab?

    Our usual treatment programmes can take around 28 days to complete, but this is really dependent on the nature of your addiction and your personal circumstances. Once you’ve finished your main treatment plan, you’ll of course return home to continue your recovery with the support of our excellent aftercare workers. We will provide you with additional guidance and ongoing therapy sessions should you need them.