Alcohol Rehab Centres In Winchester

We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Winchester

There are many long-term consequences of drug and alcohol addictions, and these can almost always lead to very devastating results for the addicts and their family members.

Despite what people may say, there is no such thing as controllable or partial addictions.

Even highly functioning addicts will have to ultimately face the destructive consequences that come with their addiction.

Drug and alcohol addiction can leave you isolated from your friends and family. Addictions can destroy everything that is important to you.

Fortunately, with the right type of addiction programme, therapies, and support, you can overcome your addiction.

It’s important to get in touch with us as soon as possible so that you can overcome your addiction and go back to living the happy and healthy lifestyle that you deserve.


Do I Have an Addiction to Drugs or Alcohol?

For some people, it can be very difficult to determine whether an addiction is present.

There are several criteria that can determine if there is an addiction present and whether the best option would be alcohol and drug rehab.

The more of these criteria that are present, the worse an addiction is likely to be.


  • Hazardous use of substances
  • Social or interpersonal problems due to substance abuse
  • Withdrawals when going long periods of time without substance
  • Neglecting important things to abuse substances
  • Tolerance
  • Using larger amounts or for longer
  • Repeated failed attempts to control the use or quit
  • Spending a lot of time abusing substances
  • Psychological or physical problems related to substance abuse
  • Activities that are given up to use the substances
  • Cravings


The more of the above criteria that you resonate with, the worse your addiction is likely to be.

If you do associate with any of the statements above, then it is important to reach out for professional help for your addiction as soon as possible.



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.

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What Is a Dual Diagnosis?

If you abuse alcohol or drugs on a regular basis, this can have serious negative long-term effects on your mental health.

Studies have shown that there are significant links between substance abuse and depression. This often makes it very difficult to separate the two problems.

Due to the stigma that is attached to depression, many people who are suffering will avoid seeking professional help and will choose to self-medicate instead.

For a lot of people, this, unfortunately, means turning to drugs or alcohol as a way of attempting to deal with their problems and to try to make themselves feel better.

However, this is not the answer.

When depression and substance abuse coexist, this is known as a dual diagnosis, and it can make the treatment rather challenging.

It’s very difficult to determine which condition came first and what influences these conditions have on each other.

Treating someone with a dual diagnosis requires very specialist knowledge and an in-depth understanding of both conditions.

If you fail to treat both conditions properly, it will be very difficult for the addict to successfully recover.

This can often lead to an increase in relapses when the addict leaves the treatment centre so it’s very important that both conditions are treated at the same time.

This can be done in drug and alcohol rehab.


How Much Does Rehab Cost?

The price that you pay for rehab can vary depending on several factors.

Many of the treatment options in rehab are customisable and no two treatment is ever the same.

You can often choose from a 30-day, 60-day or 90-day treatment programme. However, different rehabs will offer different lengths of treatment.

This can raise or lower the overall cost of your rehab treatment.

In general, you can usually expect to pay around £6,000 – £12,000 for a 30-day stay in rehab in Winchester. However, this will depend on many factors including which substance you are addicted to.

Some centres offer shorter programmes of around 10 days, and these will cost around £2,000 – £6,000.

An at-home drug and alcohol detox is often the cheapest option and this is usually around £1,500.

If you’re interested in learning more about rehab and the cost specific to your needs, call today for an initial, non-obligatory chat.


How Long Does Rehab Last?

In most cases, you can expect rehab to last for between 30 to 90 days. However, there is a range of different lengths of stay and it will depend on the treatment centre that you go to.

It’s important to consider that the longer you stay in rehab, the more likely it is for you to successfully recover and avoid relapsing in the future.

A minimum of 28 days is recommended by most rehab centres.

This is so that you can benefit from the counselling, therapies, and other activities that all increase your chances of making a long-term recovery.

Many addictions are psychologically based, in the sense that self-medicating was the only immediate option for those suffering from a mental health problem.


Get Help For Your Addiction In Winchester

Addictions can very easily and quickly take over your life. You may find that your relationships are crumbling, your finances are suffering, and you are struggling to keep up with important things like work or school.

The longer you leave an addiction untreated, the worse it will get and the more difficult it will be for you to recover.

Therefore, it is so important that you reach out for help as soon as possible.

If you are ready to make some changes in your life and you want to get clean, get in touch with us on 0800 047 0382 and we will walk you through how to start the journey to recovery.


Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is it safe to detox at home?

    Many people do attempt to detox at home, which is sometimes known as going ‘cold turkey’. It can be done but is very difficult due to the intense cravings and withdrawal symptoms. It can also be potentially dangerous. Opioid and alcohol withdrawal can be accompanied by severe physical withdrawal symptoms such as tremors or even seizures, for example. Cocaine addiction is linked more with purely psychological symptoms, but these can be dangerous, potentially leading to self-harm or lasting psychological damage. It is always safer to undergo detox in a dedicated detox clinic.
  • What side effects could I experience during detoxification?

    Detox side effects and withdrawal symptoms are common during this process as the body metabolises the toxic elements in the system. They can vary widely depending on the substance involved and other factors. Withdrawal from cocaine or marijuana addiction can produce psychological withdrawal symptoms while alcohol withdrawal can have severe physical and psychological side effects including:    • Sweating  • Nausea  • Shakes/tremors  • Cramps  • Seizures  • Depression  • Anxiety  • Difficulty sleeping  • Visual hallucinations
  • What happens when I leave rehab?

    Leaving rehab can feel daunting. Cravings can continue and the first few weeks can be particularly risky. This is why we provide a full 12 months of complementary aftercare to provide support when you need it most.