We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Tower Hamlets
If you’re suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction and searching for a solution, our drug and alcohol rehab Tower Hamlets is here to help. Living with an addiction to drugs or alcohol can be challenging, but rest assured, you’re not alone and there is a way to create a happier and healthier future.
Consuming alcohol or drugs can have significant consequences, we’ve seen relationships with loved ones break down, people losing their job or home, broken families, and a decline of physical and psychological health; we can help you take back control.
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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.
There’s no time like the present when it comes to turning your life around and creating a better future for yourself and your loved ones. Call Rehab Clinics Group today on 0800 470 0382 or text HELP to 83222.
Before you can begin your addiction treatment, you must take the courageous step of contacting our admissions team. Rest assured, our team is discrete, non-judgemental, and very helpful in discussing the various drug and alcohol treatment options available.
We can then organise a pre-screening assessment to review your physical and psychological health which will give us an opportunity to select the more appropriate therapies to give you the best chances of succeeding in long-term recovery.
Our drug and alcohol rehab Tower Hamlets welcomes everyone in with open arms, no matter where you’re from or how severe or mild your addiction is. A member of our team will take you through an induction process and ensure you’re comfortable in your surroundings before commencing your treatment plan.
Mental Health Treatment Options
Our high spec rehab centre boasts excellent treatment programmes which are both evidence-based and holistic in their approach; this has proven to be the most successful method of rehabilitation. All of our treatment plans are personalised to the individual and include a mix of psychological and well-being therapies, as well as a drug or alcohol detoxification.
We have an excellent team of recovery workers including support services, doctors, nurses, psychologists, and therapists, who work tirelessly to ensure all of our clients are motivated throughout their treatment programme.
We deliver a variety of therapies including counselling, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), stress management, mediation therapy, dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), and drug and alcohol relapse prevention, all of which focus on breaking your psychological connection to drugs or alcohol.
It’s possible that you may be suffering from an addiction to drugs or alcohol in addition to mental health problems; we refer to this as a dual diagnosis and is quite common. When someone is suffering from an addiction, the toxin within these substances causes psychological damage which can lead to long-term mental health problems.
Similarly, when someone is living with mental health problems, it’s quite common for drugs or alcohol to be used as a coping mechanism which can quickly lead to an addiction.
Holistic Therapy Options
To complement the psychological therapies described above, we also provide holistic therapies which may seem unusual to some people but have proven to be excellent tools in aiding rehabilitation from alcohol or drugs.
These therapies will focus on improving your well-being to ensure you receive an effective approach to your recovery. Some well-being therapies we offer include nutritional supplement therapy, yoga, low-level laser therapy, mindfulness, music therapy, fitness therapy, relaxation and sleep management, and art therapy.
This carefully selected combination of psychological and holistic therapies will give you a fair and effective approach to your drug or alcohol rehab.
Personalised Aftercare Plan
Our first-class care and guidance don’t stop when you finish your residential and return home. All of our clients are offered a 12-month aftercare plan free of charge to maintain motivation and to help you avoid any potential relapses.
We’re happy to recommend local support groups that offer useful support networks when going through rehabilitation; these include Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous. We may also recommend ongoing therapy sessions including counselling or stress management if we think it’ll be beneficial to your long-term recovery.
What are some common signs of drug or alcohol addiction?Any kind of addiction will have different effects on different people. Each person has their own underlying reasons of what may have caused their addiction to alcohol or drugs so we can’t assume that everyone will experience the same signs or symptoms. However, there are some common signs to look for including being dishonest, appearing pale and unwell, frequent mood swings, always feeling tired, being unable to say no to the substance, being less interested in activities or socialisation, and consuming more alcohol or drugs to feel a stronger high.
Does detoxification result in withdrawal symptoms?Most people can feel nervous about undergoing a drug or alcohol detox and we completely understand why, however, we wouldn’t highly recommend it unless we believed in the great results it produces. What makes people most nervous about detoxification is usually the withdrawal symptoms which could include the shakes, feeling anxious, intense perspiration, feeling depressed, insomnia, feeling restless and irritable, hallucinations, seizures, and delirium tremens (the DT’s). If you want to achieve safe and successful detoxification, you must do so under the supervision of an expert medical team and within the safe environment of our drug and alcohol rehab Tower Hamlets.
Is drug and alcohol rehab expensive?drug or alcohol addiction is available through free local health services like the NHS or you can receive addiction treatment from a private drug and alcohol rehab like ours in Tower Hamlets. Whilst free addiction treatment may sound appealing, it’s unlikely to be effective in achieving long-term recovery, particularly when compared to the high standard of personalisation you receive through a private drug and alcohol rehab.