We have treatment centres for Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Rugby
Beating a drug or alcohol addiction involves therapy as this addresses the behavioural problems that lead to addiction in the first place. When you attend a drug and alcohol rehab centre for addiction recovery, you will treat both you physical and psychological decencies.
If you attempt to abruptly stop using drugs or alcohol without professional help, this can be extremely challenging. In some cases, this can even be dangerous where there is an underlying physical dependence.
You may experience some or all of the drug and alcohol withdrawal symptoms. Addictions can affect your mental health and many friends and family members will see the behavioural aspects of addiction as troubling.
For rehab to be a success, you must go through several behavioural changes when in treatment. The success rates for recovery are dependent on your willingness to change and your willingness to commit to those changes in the long term.
A good rehabilitation centre will offer treatment after a comprehensive screening process. All treatments should be bespoke and according to your needs. Treatment plans in rehab are person-centred and your progress should be monitored regularly throughout the course of the treatment plan.
If you want to find out more about rehab or addiction recovery, give us a call today for some free, confidential advice on 03301 596 494.
We would be happy to answer any questions you have and guide you through the process of attending rehab for your addiction recovery or that of a loved one.
How Does Drug and Alcohol Rehab Work?
When you go to rehab for addiction treatment, you will receive one-to-one and group therapies as part of the treatment plan. The treatment plan that you receive will be customised to suit your needs.
When you enter rehab, you will go through a screening process which helps to determine your physical and mental health and the parts of your personality that will affect your recovery. This information is then used to create your bespoke treatment plan.
A rehab programme will involve a team of mental health specialists, addiction specialists, counsellors, wellness specialists, and medical staff. When you’re in alcohol or drug rehab, you will learn all of the tools and skills needed to go on to live a meaningful life.
You will reside in a supportive environment where you’re surrounded by caring and compassionate individuals. This is an essential part of the healing process and means that you can then go on to achieve long-term sobriety.
How Do I Prepare For Rehab?
Entering a residential addiction treatment programme takes a lot of commitment and determination.
People who suffer from addictions to drugs or alcohol may feel like they don’t need to go to rehab. Some people even go as far as believing that they don’t really have an addiction.
This form of denial is often heartbreaking for the addict’s loved ones. It is often clear to outsiders that a person has an addiction and that substance abuse is harming them. However, this isn’t always as clear for the addict themselves.
If you know someone that you believe is struggling with addiction and refuses to acknowledge it, get in touch with us and we can give you some valuable advice on how to do an addiction intervention to get your loved one the help they need. If you choose a professional intervention, a therapist will come and assist you with conducting the intervention.
Once the addict has acknowledged and accepted the fact that they have an addiction and that treatment is needed, the preparation for rehab is fairly straightforward.
Get in touch with our team to discuss the admissions process. In most cases, you can get into treatment within just a couple of days of your initial phone call with us.
The only things you will need to bring to rehab with you are your everyday essentials. This can include things such as clothing, toiletries, and other personal belongings.
Some rehab centres may allow you to take a mobile phone or laptop with you. However, it’s important to check first as these items may distract you from your recovery programme.
Who Would Benefit From Rehab in Rugby?
Anyone with an addiction to drugs or alcohol would benefit from a residential drug and alcohol rehab programme in Rugby. Residential rehab has been proven over and over again as being the most successful method of addiction recovery.
When you attend a residential rehab centre, you can expect the highest levels of care and a comfortable and supportive environment in which you can recover. You will receive a range of high-quality treatments that are designed to suit your specific needs and give you the best chances of successfully recovering from your addiction so that you can go on to live the sober lifestyle you deserve.
Inpatient rehab treatments are the best option. In inpatient rehab, you will reside in the treatment centre for the duration of the treatment. You will go through a range of treatments including detoxing, therapies, and relapse prevention.
The Admissions Process at Rehab in Rugby
When you seek professional help with your addiction, the admissions process couldn’t be easier. We aim to help make the process as straightforward and fast as possible so that you can start your treatment right away.
First, you will need to give us a call. We will have a chat with you about your addiction so that we can find out a bit more about you and the level of treatment that you will need.
We may ask questions about your type of addiction, how long you have been abusing substances, and about your current living situation. We ask these questions so that we can ensure you get the right kind of treatment for your needs.
We will then explain the next steps and go through the admissions process with you. Once you’re happy, you will then go through an admissions assessment. This is conducted to find out as much as possible about the specifics of your addiction so that you can get a personalised treatment plan to suit your specific needs.
If you want to find out more about rehab and the admissions process for Rugby in Warwickshire, get in touch with us today for some confidential advice.
You can call on 03301 596 494 or text HELP to 83222.
Key offerings available include:
- 1:1 Support from Clinical Nurse Practitioners, Registered Mental Health Nurses and Therapists
- Access to Trained Psychiatrists
- 24 Hour Nursing Care
- Comfortable & Quality Accommodation
- Clinically Led Recovery Model Underpinned by Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT)
- 1 Year Aftercare
Frequently Asked Questions
Does rehab work?Yes, rehab really does work for those who are fully committed to the treatment programme. Recovery is a very serious decision and for it to work you must really want to get better. Rehab will only work for you if you stick to your treatment plan and remain focused on recovery.
How do I pick the right rehabilitation facility?Different rehabs specialise in different treatment options and therapy options. It is important to research different rehabs to decide which one looks like it may be the best fit for you. Of course, there is also the factor of location. You may find it easier to go to a rehab centre that’s not too far out of your reach, making travel easier. If in doubt, get in touch with us and talk through your options to decide which sounds like the best fit for you - our team will help find the best location for your needs.
What happens when I leave rehab?When you leave rehab, you will be taken care of by an aftercare team. They will assist you as you tackle the first year of sobriety upon leaving one of our rehab centres. You will stay in touch with your peers and receive advice and support to help you with your continued recovery.