We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in South West
Drug and Alcohol Rehab South West
We are extremely experienced and have kickstarted recovery for many recovering addicts with a safe route to sustainable rehab. If this is what you want, our team is waiting to help you find rehab in South West England. Please call us on 0800 470 0382, or text HELP to 83222 and we will find the best course of action. You’ll always be treated as an individual so we will find a treatment programme that works for you with your long-term recovery our goal.
Visiting one of our treatment centres
With the large number of rehab clinics throughout the United Kingdom, you may be wondering why we advocate localised recovery. A treatment centre for drug or alcohol addiction in South West England will be convenient as it will allow you to undertake residential rehab with your family living nearby. It means you’ll get to see them and should you wish, we can provide family driven treatment. Also, if you need to travel long distances frequently, this could cause a significant drop off in motivation.
Once you make that call, we are an immediate source of guidance and support through the early recovery stages. Selecting the correct rehab centre is vitally important and this is where our initial assessment comes in. We will evaluate your circumstances and your relationship with drugs or alcohol in order to find the best treatment programme for you as an individual. Individually bespoke treatments are important because no person is the same and drugs or alcohol do not affect one person the same, everyone is different.
The benefits of residential rehab
One of the most common approaches to addiction treatment is residential rehab. With a 28-day commitment, we believe our reasonably priced treatment can make a huge impact on your recovery. A residential rehab will allow you to have 24-hour support from a highly qualified and dedicated team and provide you with space and time to concentrate solely on your treatment programme.
This will also provide you with a unique opportunity to free yourself of any bad influences (both places and people) and avoid triggers for a sustained period of time. Triggers may be social or emotional. Once your rehab has been completed, you will have learned coping mechanisms to get around these influences and triggers.
We’ll also be able to help with the detox treatment after a full assessment which will look to get to the root cause of your addiction. Withdrawal symptoms from drugs and alcohol are often painful and always unpleasant. Unfortunately, there’s no way around this – as your access to drugs or alcohol is cut off, your body will crave either substance and the side effects will cause pain on a physical and psychological basis.
However, our expert team are well experienced in people dealing with withdrawal symptoms and will be by your side 24 hours a day during this difficult time. They are even able to provide prescription medication to ease your symptoms – this partial sedation helps to control your symptoms.
Life in our treatment centres
Detox is undoubtedly the hardest part of your rehab. But once you’re clean and the toxins caused by taking drugs or alcohol to excess have been removed from your body, further treatment is necessary.
We combine traditional therapy (on an individual and group basis) with holistic therapies such as yoga and massages. Not only is this to help you relax but to develop a new, positive mindset to take into your new life with you.
Your therapy sessions are important, and attendance is mandatory. Individual sessions will help you to understand the root cause of your addiction. Group sessions are a place for positive discussion, where fellow recovering addicts talk about their issues, any triggers and any coping mechanisms that they have developed. This will aid your journey when you leave our care.
Statistically, a recovering drug or alcohol addict is at the highest risk of relapse in the first 12 months after a period of rehab. This is why secondary care is an essential part of your treatment. It’s why it is essential that your mind is as healed and prepared for your return to normality as your body. A more positive and pragmatic outlook on life will ready you for ongoing recovery. Remember, there’s no cure to drug or alcohol addiction – only management of the illness. But you’ll be better prepared to make better choices – avoid triggers, people and places that may cause you to question your sobriety.
Before you leave Rehab Clinics Group, we’ll provide you with a comprehensive aftercare plan in order to help your continued recovery. You will receive 12 months free support from us, and our 24/7 helpline is on hand if you need advice or help. Many of our staff are themselves recovering addicts and they know exactly how you feel. They’ll be on hand to point you in the right direction if you need it.
You’ll also be encouraged to keep in touch with people you shared your journey with to see how you are all progressing and you’ll be encouraged to go to local groups to continue to share your experience and learn more about how other people cope.
We understand that there is a stigma associated with asking for help, even though there should not be. Reaching out for help and accepting you have a problem is one of the bravest things a person can do. And when you do, we can promise you we will be with you every step of the way.
Please call us on 0800 470 0382, or text HELP to 83222 and let’s get started.