We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Millwall
Most people who suffer from drug or alcohol addiction frequently find it difficult to realise that they have a problem which needs addressing. This denial is very common to see as it’s only natural to try to hide your symptoms and downplay the impact it’s having on your life in an attempt to make it easier. However, this only prolongs the issue and over time your addiction will only worsen if left untreated. As soon as you experience any withdrawal from drugs or alcohol or you notice that you’re struggling to stop taking substance, it’s crucial that you seek out the advice of a recognised rehab clinic.
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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.
Acknowledging that you need support can often be the most difficult hurdle for some people, but once you’ve taken this brave step and contacted our friendly admissions tea, your journey to a long-term recovery can begin. If you have any concerns about a friend or family member who could be suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction, there are a few common signs to look out for which indicate they need professional support as soon as possible.
- Are they reluctant to socialise or have their behaviours changed significantly?
- Have they made friends with a new group who encourage social drinking or drug taking which could lead to a dependency on the substance?
- Do they have unexpected financial difficulties which could be related to increased spending on drugs or alcohol?
- Has their physical appearance changed, for example, fluctuating weight, pale or gaunt appearance, skin sores, or bloodshot eyes?
If you do notice any of the above signs and suspect they’re dealing with an addiction to alcohol or drugs, it’s crucial that you encourage them to seek out drug and alcohol rehab treatment as soon as possible. The person in question will most likely be reluctant to open up about their addiction, but just listening can also be of great support to them.
If you’ve tried your best and they’re still denying their addiction or refusing rehab treatment, you can contact our rehab in Millwall and use our friend or family referral service or arrange an intervention with us. These services can be very useful in helping your loved one to recognise the impact they’re having on not only themselves but on those around them too.
Different types of Rehab Treatments
Drug and alcohol addiction is such a complex condition, a varied and personalised treatment programme is required to fully overcome this battle with addiction. It’s not possible to treat addiction with medication alone, your physical, psychological, social, and emotional dependencies on the substance must be addressed. This is why, at our drug and alcohol rehab in Millwall we offer a holistic approach to addiction treatment by combining psychological and well-being therapies with a drug and alcohol detoxification. Our excellent team of recovery workers are highly skilled in delivering these evidence-based therapies and tailoring them to suit the needs of each individual.
We’ll work together to ensure you’re comfortable each step of the way, maintaining motivation as you work towards your recovery goals. Some of the psychological therapies we offer include individual, group or family counselling, motivational interviewing, relapse prevention, stress management, dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT).
As we mentioned, you’ll also receive a selection of well-being therapies which could include low level laser therapy, relaxation and sleep management, music therapy, mindfulness, yoga, nutritional supplement therapy, art therapy, and fitness therapy. With all of these excellent therapies delivered by qualified therapists, you’ll have the best opportunity to achieve your long-term recovery goals at our drug and alcohol rehab in Millwall.
The support of our drug and alcohol rehab in Millwall doesn’t stop once you’ve completed your addiction treatment. Upon returning home, you will follow a personalised aftercare plan which we will design for you. This is a free 12-month aftercare plan that’s available to all of our clients, designed to encourage motivation and to help avoid any potential relapses as the 12 months is when you’re most likely to relapse. We can also recommend a number of local support groups which offer excellent networks and a fantastic space to share your experiences with people in a similar situation to you.
What are some common causes of drug or alcohol addiction?There isn’t typically just one cause as to why someone becomes addicted to alcohol or drugs. There are often many contributing factors, some of which could be genetics, the environment you’ve grown up in, poor mental health, pre-existing behaviours, your social circle, or a traumatic event in life such as a bereavement, a job loss, or a relationship ending.
How much does drug and alcohol rehab cost?This is a difficult question to answer as the cost of rehab treatment will vary widely depending on each individuals’ requirements, how severe their addiction is and what kind of rehab clinic they choose to attend. You can choose between residential (inpatient) treatment and outpatient treatment which will impact the cost, as will choosing between a private rehab clinic or selecting addiction therapy through the NHS. It’s important to research your treatment options before committing to your drug and alcohol rehab but there are options to suit many budgets.
What happens during a drug or alcohol detox?This is one of the most impactful therapies you can undergo during your addiction therapy. Detoxification is the process of gradually reducing your consumption of drugs or alcohol in a safe environment such as our drug and alcohol rehab in Millwall. Your intake of the substance is gradually reduced which will likely result in some withdrawal symptoms such as headaches, mild nausea, dizziness, insomnia, seizures, or delirium tremens (the DT’s). We appreciate that this can be an unpleasant process, but with the support of our dedicated team, you can achieve a successful drug or alcohol detox at our rehab clinic.