Drug and Alcohol Rehab Hull
If you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Hull, then the Rehab Clinics Group can help you find the best possible place for treatment. We offer alcohol or drug detox and rehabilitation in world-class clinics across the UK, as well as in our facility in Spain, so you can choose the place that suits you.
Drug and alcohol addiction can have a huge impact on your life, affecting relationships, your career, finances and much more. However, addiction is a disease, so you’re unlikely to be able to overcome it on your own. Seeking addiction treatment is one of the best ways that you can recover, allowing you to look to a future without drugs or alcohol in your life.
What’s it like in drug and alcohol rehab?
One of the most effective ways to overcome an addiction is to look for residential rehab. When you search for drug and alcohol rehab in Hull, there are lots of options for rehab you can do at home, such as outpatient clinics where you go home at night. But you’re more likely to relapse if you’re around people who might be a bad influence. It’s worth considering staying somewhere away from your hometown if possible.
If you live in Hull, it’s easy to access most of our clinics. All of our rehab centres offer the highest standards of care and 24/7 support, so you can be sure of world-class treatment whichever you pick. Whether you stay in our seafront property in Blackpool, our homely centre in the London suburbs, or our stylish villa in Spain, you’ll get a comfortable environment and a warm welcome. Some people prefer to stay closer to home, as they may want family members to visit regularly, while others prefer to be further away, as it means they’re less tempted to give up and relapse.
Depending on where you stay, our alcohol and drug rehabs offer great facilities, which vary from place to place. For example, if you stay in Spain, you can enjoy our private pool, while our centre in Blackpool is on the promenade for beachfront walks. We often offer admission within 48 hours, so you may simply opt to go to the clinic with the first place available.
What happens in rehab?
Once you’ve been admitted, we carry out a full assessment of your mental and physical health before we start you on a detox. This basically means you go cold turkey, which can be a daunting process, but is an essential part of drug and alcohol rehab in Hull. It’s quite common to get withdrawal symptoms, but there are treatment options available such as prescription medication that can help during this time.
Withdrawal symptoms vary from person to person and depend on your specific addiction and its severity. But one thing that both alcohol and drugs have in common is that it can be dangerous to come off of them suddenly. Withdrawal can cause shakes, seizures and even be life-threatening, which is why it’s a good idea to be under supervision when you go through it. That’s why searching for rehab in Hull is more sensible than trying to detox alone.
How soon can I get help?
Many people who come to us have tried to get help in the past and may have already attended a local drug and alcohol service for adults. Unfortunately, there are often long waiting lists for help, especially for specialist treatment such as residential rehab, and the most serious cases are often put to the front of the queue. This can mean that it takes months for you to get to the top of the waiting list, if you get there at all, and you may find that the treatment options on the NHS just aren’t sufficient.
At the Rehab Clinics Group, we know the importance of fast admission to stop your problem worsening. We can often get you a bed within 48 hours, sometimes sooner, and we take care of practicalities such as transport, so you get here quickly and safely.
How does addiction treatment work?
Addiction treatment at our centres is carried out by trained addiction counsellors, many of who have personal experience of going through addiction. You’ll have intensive individual and group therapy to help you identify the causes of your addiction, as well as what triggers it, and this helps you work out strategies for coping outside of rehab.
We also offer education on drugs and alcohol, from the effects it has on your body, to how to spot and prevent a relapse. Those who come to us for drug and alcohol rehab in Hull often have a difficult relationship with these substances, so we want to show them that there is a life outside of drinking and drug use. We offer therapeutic activities from art therapy to yoga, all of which teach you valuable skills. You’ll also learn techniques such as mindfulness to help you relax without the use of substances.
We know that your journey doesn’t end when you step outside our clinics, which is why everyone who completes 28 days with us gets a year of free aftercare. This means you can feel supported, even once your rehab is over, and are less likely to relapse. Complete your rehab and aftercare, and there’s an excellent chance you’ll stay away from drugs and alcohol in the long term.
The Rehab Clinics Group offer a free initial telephone assessment and are here to answer your questions at any time. Simply pick up the phone and call 0800 470 0382 or text HELP to 83222 and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.