Alcohol Rehab Centres In Maghull

We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Maghull

We can also help to assist those around you who have suffered as a result of your substance abuse.

If you are struggling with an addiction, get in touch with us today.

Our team of friendly and helpful staff are waiting to answer any questions you may have and provide you with the advice you need to get started with your addiction recovery journey today.



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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Who Is Rehab Suitable For?

Rehab is suitable for anyone who is suffering from a drug or alcohol problem. Inpatient rehab has been proven as being the best and most effective type of treatment for addictions.

This is usually due to the professional and high-quality standard of care as well as the whole host of treatments and therapies that are all combined into a cohesive tailored package.

There are rehabs available for all different needs and it doesn’t matter how mild or severe your addiction may seem. There is a treatment out there to suit everyone who needs it.

Residential rehab is suited to people who fall into some or all the following categories:


  • If you have an unstable or toxic living situation at home
  • If you regularly consume over 30 units of alcohol each day
  • If you are consuming drugs daily
  • If you have tried to recover before but have failed to do so
  • If you struggle with suicidal thoughts or severe mental health issues
  • If you tend to become violent when intoxicated


If you do show any of the signs above, this is a clear sign that private drug and alcohol rehab is right for you.

Outpatient treatments won’t usually work as well since there is a much higher risk of relapsing.

If you would like to find out more about alcohol and drug rehab, we can discuss this with you today.

Give us a call on 0800 470 0382 and we can walk you through the admissions process, and provide you with confidential advice.

We are happy to answer any questions that you may have. This might just be the most important phone call you ever make.


What Happens During My Time at Rehab

Before you start the rehabilitation part of your programme the first step is detoxing.

Detoxification can help to take care of the physical part of your addiction. This stage usually lasts for a few days but could last for a few weeks in more severe cases.

During your drug and alcohol detox, you will stop taking the substance you’re addicted to, and your body will begin to process any remaining substance leaving nothing left.

This can result in some very uncomfortable withdrawal effects that can range from mild to severe in their intensity.

Withdrawing from drugs and alcohol can be very challenging and complicated. On rare occasions, detoxing can even be life-threatening.

Henceforth, it is always recommended that you complete your alcohol and drug detox in a professional setting such as a rehab recovery centre.

A medically supervised detox plan is the safest and most comfortable way for you to detox from drugs or alcohol.

When your detox is complete, you will then move on to the rehabilitation part of your programme.

There are many different options for further treatments and therapies. All our programmes will be tailored to suit your specific needs.


How Do I Prepare for Rehab?

When you enter a drug and alcohol rehab treatment programme, it requires a lot of determination and commitment.

People who are suffering from addictions to alcohol or drugs may feel in denial and might not think that they need treatment.

Many addicts even believe that they are not really addicted. This denial is often troubling and heart-breaking to friends and family of the addict.

Before you go to a rehab facility, it is vital that the person feels ready and willing to tread the path to recovery.

It is, after all, no easy feat but it should be known, that it is not a lonely path.

Once the addict has accepted that they need treatment, they can then start preparing for rehab.

All you will need to take to rehab with you is your everyday essentials. This can include things like clothing, toiletries, and other personal belongings.

Many rehabs will also allow you to take in your mobile phone and laptop.

Every rehab is different, however, so it is important to check the rules before you pack your bags.

Most rehab centres will provide you with a list of things that you can and can’t take into the centre with you before your due arrival.


Get in Touch

If you or a loved one is suffering from an addiction, we’re here to lessen the stress and guide you towards the help you or they deserve.

Call us on 0800 470 0382 or Text HELP to 83222 today.


Frequently Asked Questions 

  • Is rehab expensive?

    There are many options when it comes to rehab and so the cost varies. If you are wanting to access a premium private inpatient rehab, then the cost will be a lot more than going on an outpatient basis. Outpatient rehab costs less as you are accessing fewer facilities (private room, food) and can be an option for those with a mild dependence on drugs and/or alcohol. The NHS provides free options but there is usually a long waiting list, and the quality of care might not match that of a private facility.
  • What effect does addiction have on mental health?

    Addiction, whether it be drugs, alcohol or both, can have a massive effect on a person’s mental health. It can acerbate current mental health issues as substances cloud the mind and impair judgement. Drinking or doing drugs to self-medicate can worsen depression, heighten anxiety, and start a cycle where a person feels they can only cope with their mental health problems by self-medicating.
  • How beneficial is residential rehab?

    Residential rehab tends to be more beneficial than outpatient treatment for a number of reasons. It takes you away from the temptations and triggers associated with your addiction and puts you in a safe, secure environment where you can focus on the treatments. It is beneficial for almost everyone who attends and for many it leads to a full and long-term recovery.