We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Rubery
When beginning your search for addiction treatment options, there are a few options to consider. Firstly, you need to decide between outpatient treatment or inpatient treatment. If you’re receiving outpatient treatment, this means that you’ll stay at home whilst visiting a rehab clinic during the day to treat your substance abuse.
Alternatively, inpatient treatment means you will stay overnight at our drug and alcohol rehab Rubery for the duration of your treatment programme. Both treatment options have their own benefits and their own downsides, however, whichever method you select must be chosen because it suits your own circumstances and your own addiction more than the other.
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Outpatient treatment vs Inpatient Treatment
Receiving treatment for addictive substances at a residential rehab has the advantage of being completely detached from the outside world meaning you have no distractions or daily stresses of life to worry about. This is a great benefit as it gives you the opportunity to solely focus on your recovery from alcohol or drugs.
This factor contributes to the great success rate of long-term recovery that inpatient treatment produces when compared to outpatient treatment. With residential treatment, you’ll also benefit from support around the clock from our dedicated team who specialise in alcoholism and drug addiction.
On the other hand, outpatient treatment gives you the flexibility to return home after visiting the rehab clinic.
However, this may not always be effective for you, particularly if your home life comes with distractions and the usual stresses as it does for most of us; you’re also much more likely to relapse when receiving outpatient treatment as opposed to residential treatment. Because of this, we commonly see people with a milder addiction to alcohol or drugs utilising outpatient treatment, whereas someone suffering from a more severe alcohol or drug addiction would benefit more from residential rehab.
Private Drug and Alcohol Rehab Rubery
In addition to choosing between inpatient treatment or outpatient treatment, there are also options between private drug and alcohol rehab or addiction treatment from free local health services like the NHS
We understand how appealing free addiction treatment sounds but it’s important to note that this has proven to be the least effective method of rehab as they’re unable to provide you with a tailored treatment programme, leaving you to follow a generalised programme that is unlikely to produce the results you’re looking for in long-term recovery.
Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Many people still feel a stigma attached to drug or alcohol addiction and similarly to poor mental health. living with both an addiction to alcohol or drugs and mental health problems is much more common than you’ll likely think.
This is why our team are highly trained and experienced in delivering mental health support alongside our evidence-based addiction therapies. If you’re suffering from mental health problems in addition to your substance abuse, we refer to this as dual diagnosis which is absolutely nothing to be embarrassed about; we’re here to help no matter what.
A dual diagnosis commonly occurs when someone who is struggling with their mental health turns to drug-taking or excessive drinking as a way to try and ease their psychological suffering. This also works the other way when a person is suffering from an addiction to drugs or alcohol, they’re likely to develop mental health problems as a result of the harmful toxins within these substances.
Recovery after Residential Rehab
Your road to recovery doesn’t end just because you’ve left our drug and alcohol rehab Rubery. Our support for your recovery will continue once you return home through our tailored aftercare plan which is free of charge for a year. This first year after completing your addiction treatment is most likely to be a tough challenge, particularly as you work through your cravings to avoid any potential relapses.
After completing your residential rehab, we’re confident that you’ll feel much more prepared to continue your recovery at home with the support from our aftercare team. We can also suggest arranging additional therapy sessions such as stress management, counselling or relapse prevention to ensure you maintain motivation to recover from your addiction to alcohol or drugs.
Can I have visitors at residential rehab?At Rehab Clinics Group, we feel it’s important to allow you to spend time with your loved ones throughout your rehabilitation. During these visits, you can arrange to go out with your family for a walk or for a local coffee, however, it is of course essential that you don’t consume any alcohol or drugs during this time. This would be a breach of your treatment which may result in you being removed from our drug and alcohol Westminster.
How much does rehab cost?This is a difficult question to answer without knowing the nature of your drug or alcohol addiction. The cost of rehab treatment varies depending on the type of addiction treatment you choose to undergo. There’s a variety of options from low cost or free treatment with local health services or you can choose to join a private rehab clinic. The cost will also depend on the length of your treatment and whether you choose residential rehab or outpatient rehab. However, despite the cost of your chosen rehab programme, it’s worth noting that this will certainly be cheaper than funding a drug or alcohol addiction for the foreseeable future.
How long is drug and alcohol rehab?Again, this is dependent on a few different factors. The length of your treatment can vary significantly depending on the severity of your addiction to alcohol or drugs; your personal circumstances are also taken into consideration. Usually, a fully comprehensive addiction treatment programme will last around 28 days. At our drug and alcohol rehab Westminster, you will follow this treatment plan with a personalised aftercare programme at home, free of charge for 12 months.