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Alcohol Rehab Centres In Ladywood

We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Ladywood

All of the rehabs that we are able to refer you to will be equipped to administer the likes of professional medically-assisted detoxification treatments, relapse prevention planning, behavioural therapies (such as cognitive behavioural therapy and dialectical behavioural therapy), group therapy, holistic addiction treatments, aftercare programmes, and much more.


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. Call our confidential helpline on 0800 470 0382 or request a callback by clicking on the button below.

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While some of the drug and alcohol addiction treatment centres that we can refer you to may be more expensive than other treatment centres, the benefits that you will experience having trusted your recovery to us will be paramount.

Furthermore, private healthcare is no longer something that only the extremely wealthy can reap the benefits of, and our helpline staff will be able to talk you through payment plans and budgets for treatment plans before you attend.

You can call Rehab Clinics Group any time on 0800 470 0382, or alternatively, you can text HELP to 83222. Additionally, if someone that you care about is showing signs of needing professional addiction treatment then simply call our helpline and enquire about our family and friend referral packages.


Inpatient Rehab And Outpatient Rehab Benefits

Depending upon your current circumstances, you may opt for either an inpatient or outpatient rehab to attend. Each type of treatment has its own specific benefits and our helpline staff will be able to refer you to the treatment centre which best matches your needs.

Inpatient treatments are the treatment types that we most commonly recommend to our clients. This is because they have some of the highest success rates of all treatments. Inpatient treatment means that you reside within the rehab for the duration of your addiction treatment.

It is a very intensive form of treatment and it means that, due to your 24/7 care, you are less likely to relapse. This form of treatment also allows your doctors to monitor you more closely and adapt your treatment to better suit you as it progresses.

Outpatient treatment, as the name suggests, means that you live at home for the duration of your treatment and simply attend regular therapy sessions at a treatment centre.

This form of treatment can be beneficial as it allows for a lot of flexibility for those with familial commitments that they need to attend to during their treatment. However, due to the fact that you are returning home after each session, the risk of relapse can be higher.


Our Therapies And Addiction Treatments

Medically-Assisted Detoxification

This, as the name suggests, is a form of treatment whereby you will be prescribed carefully selected medication in order to control the side effects present during alcohol withdrawal and/or substance abuse withdrawal. All of the drug and alcohol services that we refer our clients to are fully equipped with state-of-the-art detox clinics. These clinics will ensure that you are able to experience detoxification with minimal danger.

Withdrawal should never be underestimated, as this process has cost recovering addicts their lives in the past. With round-the-clock care and appropriate medication, the right detox clinic can take away this risk.


One-To-One Therapy

A lot of the rehabs that we refer clients to utilise behavioural therapies, such as CBT and DBT. These therapies will allow you to break down the neural pathways which lead you to substance abuse and/or alcoholism. In tandem with relapse prevention planning alongside a trained addict specialist, you will also then work on building healthier behavioural patterns to combat addictive tendencies.


Group Therapy

Group therapy allows the formation of a support network composed of like-minded people who are all unified by the same goal — sobriety. You will find that you will be able to lift one another up when someone is feeling at risk of relapsing, and together you will find a greater strength in one another’s support.



Returning home clean and sober is the natural goal of your time during rehab. However, that does not mean that actually returning home is not daunting. So, to ease your transition back into normality, all of the treatment centres that we refer to offer a free year-long aftercare programme that will provide you with the resources and support necessary to remain sober in everyday life.

  • Can addiction be cured?

    This is a question which can bring up a lot of debate over the nature of chronic illnesses and what technically qualifies as being “cured.” What should be stressed is that an addiction can be treated and you can learn how to manage your addiction for the rest of your life. Addiction is a chronic illness, so the threat of relapse will always be present. However, that is not something to be concerned about as such, rather you will learn through intensive treatment how to avoid relapse and recognise the signs of a potential relapse earlier so as to better avoid it.
  • How long are rehab programmes typically?

    This will largely depend on whether you opt for an outpatient or inpatient addiction treatment programme. Most of the inpatient treatment programmes that we may refer you to will likely be 28 day courses. However, there are some inpatient treatments that can last for a series of months. Largely, the length of time that you require actual therapy sessions to treat your addiction will be dependent upon how severe your addiction is, how committed you are to recovery, and how well you respond to treatment.
  • What are the options for therapy?

    As covered above, there are many different types of therapy that you can experience which will help you in your journey of overcoming an addictive disorder. There are both physical and psychological treatments which you may benefit from — as addiction does not exclusively attack either your body or your mind. The blend of physical and psychological therapies that our referrals will see you benefit from mean you will experience a wide array of therapy types to better combat your addictive disorder.