Are you noticing certain signs and symptoms within yourself, or someone you know and care about? You may be researching how to tell if you’re living with an alcohol or drug addict. If so, then Rehab Clinics Group are here to help you through what will no doubt be a difficult time.
It’s an unfortunate fact that both drug addiction and alcohol addiction are on the rise globally and there is an increased need for rehabilitation, both inside and outside of the Halifax area. Having to live with drug addiction or alcohol addiction is difficult and exhausting, and most people require professional assistance to overcome any kind of addiction.
We provide high-quality drug rehab, alcohol rehab and addiction treatment programmes that will allow you to take control of your life back from the grasp of addiction. You may have already noticed that you are unable to get through a day without drugs or alcohol and feel like the time has come to do something about it.
Asking for help is hard, and we appreciate that. But when you contact us, you will be treated with discretion and compassion, and we’ll be able to begin to help you without delay. Please contact Rehab Clinics Group today on 0800 470 0382 or text HELP to 83222 and allow us to make an immediate difference to your life.
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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.
Admission Into Drug And Alcohol Rehab
Identifying the correct and most appropriate kind of private drug and alcohol rehab for you can be an overwhelming process. There are a number of options in the area, including charity solutions and the local NHS. Private rehabilitation is not the cheapest option, but it is the kind of treatment that guarantees immediate admittance with no waiting lists, and we will work with you to provide an appropriate treatment plan that is within your budget. We also offer a referrals service if you are concerned about the welfare of a loved one who is displaying the obvious signs of an addiction to drugs or alcohol.
We do not offer a one-size-fits-all treatment, we are proud to treat every one of our clients as an individual, and the treatment we provide you with will make every consideration to your personal requirements.
Your initial consultation can take place over the telephone. We will ask basic screening questions, like about the type of substances you’re addicted to, and how much you consume, as well as questions about your mental health and your home life. This information will allow us to build a picture of your addiction and the kind of treatment you will require moving forwards. When you enter our facility, we will perform a more detailed assessment of your health.
Residential Rehab In Halifax
A 30-day commitment to residential rehab allows you to reset your life and stay away from negative influences in your life.
Overcoming a drug or alcohol addiction requires you to eliminate both your physical and psychological dependence on addictive substances. You will also need to address any behavioural problems that cause addiction to develop in the first instance.
Abruptly ending drug or alcohol use without professional assistance is challenging and can be extremely dangerous. This is particularly the case when a physical dependence develops. Addiction is detrimental to both an addict’s physical and mental health and the impact is often worse felt by family, who will find the behaviour of a loved one to be troubling and upsetting.
Throughout the course of your rehab, you will undergo a detoxification programme. This is to break your dependency on addictive substances. Your body will display withdrawal symptoms as it craves the drugs or alcohol it has become accustomed to. Our staff are able to provide access to prescription medication if required. These act as a sedative and assist in the fight against the painful and persistent withdrawal symptoms.
Therapy Options and Aftercare
For your rehab to be successful, you will undergo therapy in order to initiate crucial and necessary behavioural changes. The success of your recovery will be entirely dependent on your willingness to change, and your commitment to sustaining these changes on a long-term basis. Our rehab facility in Halifax will offer you person-centric treatment and include a detailed and thorough screening process. Your treatment plan will be tailored to suit your individual needs and you will receive regular updates on your progress throughout your rehab.
We will also create one of our personalised aftercare plans before you leave our care. This allows us to make sure you take forward everything you’ve learned from your time at Rehab Clinics Group and apply it to everyday life.
What are the 3 obvious signs of addiction?
There are both physical and mental signs of addiction. Changes to a person’s character, attitude towards personal appearance and hygiene, and financial status are often the biggest indicators of someone developing a drug or alcohol addiction.
What is the difference between private drug and alcohol rehab and residential rehab?
Residential rehab allows you to receive your treatment whilst staying in our rehab clinic. Residential rehab programmes provide 24-hour support for all clients. Residential rehab is effective for people who are experiencing deep-seated and long-term addictions. They are also the best option for addicts who do not have a stable home life, with no support mechanism in place or whose home life may cause them to abuse drugs or alcohol.
What happens after rehab?
Once your rehab has been completed, we will develop an aftercare plan that has relapse prevention in mind. The first year after your rehab is a difficult, scary time and it is statistically when an addict in recovery is most likely to suffer from a relapse.
Our plan will provide you with the best chance to reinforce your learning from your time in rehab. You will be invited to regular follow up sessions and put in touch with local recovery groups to ensure you have a support mechanism in place. You will also have access to a 24-hour helpline.