At Rehab Clinic Groups, we help thousands of people every year overcome their denial and successfully complete residential addiction treatment.
We provide you with luxury accommodation, evidence-based and holistic treatment, as well as guidance, support and round the clock care.
If you’re ready to take back control of your life and make a change, then simply contact our friendly and supportive team today for your free and confidential initial consultation.
Are You An Addict?
If you’re an addict, it’s highly likely that you’ve been living in denial for a long time. You may have your own reasons as to why you don’t want to accept your illness, but it’s important to understand that without this acknowledgement you cannot recover.
You may believe that you’re in total control of your addiction, that you can stop or cut down if you really want to, however, this is most certainly not your reality.
You may be ashamed of your addiction and don’t want anyone to find out about it, or maybe you try to ignore it, hoping it will go away.
Whatever your reasons for denial, if left untreated your addiction will get worse, will become noticeable to those around you and can cause you long term harm, or even kill you.
If you’re looking for rehab in Telford, chances are you’ve admitted to yourself that you’re an addict, or you’re close to uncovering the denial. By contacting our team you can talk through your addiction and discuss treatment options for you. This process is completely confidential.
Benefits Of Residential Addiction Treatment
No matter the severity of your addiction, residential addiction treatment can help anyone achieve their goal of long term recovery.
You may consider outpatient treatment when looking for rehab options, however, residential rehab has the highest success rate when it comes to long term recovery. This is due to the distance residential treatment provides between you and your toxic lifestyle.
Outpatient treatment is usually conducted at a local detox clinic and you return home in the evenings and at weekends. The problem with this, is that your surrounded by the negative influences that drive your addiction when you are trying to give it up. This makes the whole process extremely challenging and creates a high relapse rate.
Residential addiction treatment, on the other hand, is provided at a rehab centre of your choosing, but the main difference is that it provides accommodation for you during your stay.
Most programmes last for 28 days, in which time you’ll undergo detox and a comprehensive therapy programme designed to address the underlying causes of addiction.
Since addiction is an illness that can be caused by mental health issues, the environment in which you live, or a trauma, it impacts both your physical and psychological self. This means you must treat both your mind and body if you want to achieve long term recovery.
Rehab In Telford
Upon arrival at our drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre in Telford you’ll undergo a full medical assessment to determine your physical and psychological health. Our medical team will use this to design a comprehensive treatment programme specifically for you.
Since some people arrive at our centre still under the influence, drug and alcohol detoxification is the first step taken. It’ll last a couple of days, in which time the levels of consumption will be slowly reduced until your body is free from the substance.
Withdrawal symptoms are common at this point, but you’ll be provided with round the clock care throughout the process.
Once you’re clear from the substance you’ll start your therapy treatment. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is the main type of therapy used. It’ll help you identify your negative thought processes and help you develop more positive thought patterns and habits.
If you’re addiction is deep rooted, or caused by a trauma you may also receive other forms of therapy, such as PTSD counselling, trauma and abuse counselling or psychotherapy.
Upon successful completion of your rehab in Telford you’ll complete a drug and alcohol relapse prevention plan to help you maintain your long term recovery.
The first 12 months after rehab are the most challenging and is often the period of time in which someone will relapse. With this in mind, we provide 12 months of our aftercare programme for free, to provide you with the guidance and support you need to maintain your sobriety through the most challenging times.
If you’re ready to commit to your recovery, we’ll do whatever we can to help you.
We’ll put you in touch with local support groups, such as Alcoholics Anonymous, or Narcotics. These groups provide essential peer support when times get a bit tough. Peer support is one of the most effective forms of support you can have.
Settling in at home can be challenging, as you try to establish more positive habits, cut out the negative aspects of your previous life and rebuild your relationships.
It’s important to remember that although you may feel brand new and fully recovered, to those around you, you’ll still be the addict.
You’ll need to be patient and give people the time to see that you’ve recovered and are starting afresh. If you’re struggling with your relationships we can offer some group and family counselling.
If you’ve admitted to your addiction then you’ve already completed the most difficult step in recovery. Don’t delay in seeking help, as this can have serious impacts on you and your health.
Take back control of your life with a simple phone call today. By contacting our dedicated and professional team, you can discuss your addiction and treatment options with your free and confidential initial consultation.