Treatment in Wheathampstead
Alcohol Rehab Centres In Wheathampstead

We have Treatment Centres for Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Wheathampstead

From finding out more about your rehab options to understanding the treatment that is available via a drug and alcohol rehab in Wheathampstead, we are here to help.

Find out more about your rehab options here, or contact us today for personalised advice and guidance.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Options

When locating a suitable drug and alcohol rehab in Wheathampstead, it is important to consider all of your options.

Although you may be under the impression that drug and alcohol addiction treatment can only be sought via an outpatient NHS rehab, this is not true. Drug and alcohol addiction treatment can also be sought via private outpatient and private inpatient rehabs, such as those in our network.

Whilst private inpatient or outpatient rehab comes at a cost, these options are much more advantageous than NHS outpatient rehab. This is because private treatment providers, such as ourselves, can offer industry-leading treatments that are personalised to the needs of each individual. Attending a private inpatient rehab ensures that around the clock care can also be sought.

 

Treatment Options

Just as rehab options vary, the treatment options available do too. NHS outpatient rehabs typically offer detoxification, one-to-one counselling and recommend that patients attend recovery support groups. These treatments are beneficial and help many overcome their addiction. However, due to demand and somewhat limited resources, these treatments are rarely personalised to each individual’s needs.

In contrast, private inpatient and outpatient drug and alcohol rehabs in Wheathampstead offer a range of personalised treatments that address the cause of addiction and help those in recovery understand various aspects of their addiction.

Below, we have outlined a number of the treatment options that are available via private inpatient rehabs.

  • Medically induced detoxification
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy
  • Dialectical behavioural therapy
  • One-to-one recovery planning
  • NLP counselling
  • Well-being therapy

 

Dual Diagnosis Treatment

In addition to the above, many private rehabs, such as our treatment centres, offer dual diagnosis treatment.

Dual diagnosis treatment is required when an individual finds their life impaired by both an addiction and mental health disorder. While not everyone will need to undergo dual diagnosis treatment, at least half of rehab patients will encounter this type of treatment.

Combining addiction treatments such as detoxification and rehabilitation with therapies including trauma and abuse counselling, bereavement counselling and post-traumatic stress disorder counselling, dual diagnosis treatment ensures that both disorders can be overcome simultaneously.

Not only does this reduce the risk of relapse, but it makes a long-term recovery much more achievable.

 

Our Admissions Process

At Rehab Clinics Group, we are committed to your recovery. As time is of the essence when it comes to addiction treatment, we have designed a straightforward referral process that can be completed within a short space of time.

Understanding that taking the first step in securing treatment can be daunting, we have outlined our five-step referral process below.

 

Step One – Making An Enquiry

The first step in our admissions process requires you to make an initial enquiry. Our in-house team is available 24/7 and can answer any questions you may have about attending a drug and alcohol rehab in Wheathampstead.

Although many individuals will contact us via telephone, you can contact us via live chat or email if you would prefer to.

 

Step Two – Pre-Admission Screening

Following your enquiry, a pre-admissions screening will be conducted to ensure that we can learn more about your addiction. This will help us determine which rehab option is better suited to your recovery needs. Upon asking you a couple of questions, we will also recommend which treatments will assist you in overcoming your addiction.

 

Step Three – Treatment Deposit

Although NHS treatment is extremely advantageous, it should be noted that we typically refer those in need of treatment to private rehabs due to the benefits associated.

With this in mind, if you are happy with our recommendations, we will ask you to pay a small deposit to secure your place in rehab. You will then be offered an admissions date to start treatment.

 

Step Four – Admission Day

Once your deposit has been paid, you will be welcomed to start your journey towards recovery. On your admission day, you will be provided with a tour of the rehab facilities, and you will have the chance to ask any questions you have.

 

Step Five – Clinical Assessment

The final step in our admissions process is a clinical assessment. Conducted by a fully qualified doctor, your physical and psychological health will be assessed before you are provided with a personalised recovery action plan.

 

Contact Us Today

With a greater understanding of rehab and treatment options, we would encourage you to pick up the phone and give us a call to seek personalised advice and guidance.

Alternatively, chat with us online or email [email protected] to arrange a suitable time for us to call you.

  • What are the Signs and Symptoms of Addiction?

    Due to their very nature, addictions, be it to drugs or alcohol, present a wide array of physical, psychological and behavioural symptoms. Though the signs and symptoms an individual experiences depends on the severity of their addiction, it is not uncommon to encounter recurring headaches, nausea, anxiety, paranoia, weight loss, changes in appetite, changes in appearance, insomnia, hallucinations and intense cravings.
  • What causes Addictions to arise?

    Drug and alcohol addictions arise from many different factors. Among the factors frequently associated with addictions are mental health disorders, such as anxiety and depression, genetics and environmental influences, such as peer pressure and the home environment.
  • What happens after Rehab?

    After rehab, you can expect to receive ongoing care and support from your chosen drug and alcohol rehab in Wheathampstead. Typically, this care and support will see you encounter a 12-month aftercare and relapse prevention programme. This programme will encourage you to attend weekly group therapy sessions at the rehab. You will additionally be advised to attend addiction support groups.