If you are suffering from a drug addiction or an alcohol addiction and want to get clean, doing this via the NHS is a difficult prospect. This is because of unprecedented budget cuts to addiction treatment by the government over the last decade. Waiting lists are long, and private drug and alcohol rehab may well be a better option for those looking to overcome an addiction.
If you are considering private addiction treatment, then Rehab Clinics Group are here to help. There is no waiting list for our services and we will work with you in order to find a residential rehab treatment plan within your budget. We can provide you with a safe environment with 24/7 support, which allows you to concentrate on your recovery.
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Are you suffering from Alcohol Addiction and need help? If so, Rehab Clinics Group are leading UK based experts in alcohol rehabilitation treatment. Find out how we can help by getting in touch with our friendly team today. You can either call our confidential helpline on 0800 470 0382 or request a callback by clicking on the below form.
Getting Help For Drug and Alcohol Addiction In Windsor
If you’d like to seek help with drug addiction or alcohol addiction then please call Rehab Clinics Group urgently on 0800 470 0382 or text HELP to 83222 and talk to us about how we can help you to a life free of drugs and alcohol.
Have you been noticing certain signs and symptoms? Are you concerned that you may be suffering from drug addiction or alcohol addiction?
Sadly, drug and alcohol addiction is up across the globe and Windsor is not immune from this rise. There is a demand for addiction treatment programmes and rehabilitation, and we are ideally placed to help you to approach your drug or alcohol rehab.
When you first contact us, we can hold a conversation about our admissions process. We will establish basic facts about your addiction and work on a rehabilitation plan that you can afford and that will help you to successfully achieve your recovery goals. It could be that you are looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Windsor for a friend or a loved one. We also provide a referrals service that allows you to raise concerns about someone else’s health.
This initial consultation is held over the telephone, but when you decide you want to move forwards with the support of Rehab Clinics Group, we will admit you to our clinic and perform a thorough examination of your health. Here, we will provide you with information about addiction, how you can move forwards and how to tell if you’re living with an alcohol or drug addict.
Based on this consultation, it is highly likely we will recommend a 30-day commitment to residential rehab.
Your treatment will begin with a detoxification programme, which is a key part of your rehabilitation. Detox is the process of removing all harmful toxins associated with elongated drug abuse or alcohol abuse from your system.
This is an uncomfortable process but is entirely necessary for the purposes of long-term recovery. The unfortunate fact is that the detox process is what causes most people to give up attempts to break their dependency on drugs or alcohol.
Many of our clients tell us of their attempts to overcome an addiction by stopping the consumption of drugs or alcohol. But they are usually forced back into addiction in the space of a few days by withdrawal symptoms. As your body is denied access to the substances it craves, it reacts negatively. Withdrawal symptoms can vary from mild to severe and can be extremely dangerous.
Undergoing a DIY “cold turkey” detox at home is not recommended for that reason alone. In your time at Rehab Clinics Group, you will be surrounded by compassionate experts who will monitor your progress and ensure your safety. Our medical team are also able to prescribe medication that acts as a sedative if required so that your recovery can be made that bit easier.
A detox can last anything from a few days to a few weeks. This length of time is dependent on how addicted you have become and longer-lasting addictions are harder to break.
Therapies and Personalised Aftercare Plans
When your detox has been successfully completed, you will be able to undergo the therapies part of your treatment programme. You will receive intensive therapy on both an individual and group basis. Individual therapies will explore the reasons your addiction has developed in the first place, and identify any underlying mental health conditions you may have. We will identify and treat any conditions as part of a dual diagnosis. This part of your treatment is generally completed via Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) or Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) and these talking therapies have proven to be successful in treating drug addiction and alcohol addiction.
Group therapy sessions allow you to build a support network that acts as a form of positive peer pressure – it allows you to share experiences and learn from how addiction has affected the lives of other people. These talking therapies are very important to your recovery.
What are the 3 obvious signs of addiction?
The three most obvious signs of addiction are rapid weight loss or weight gain, someone suddenly developing a scruffy and unkempt appearance and a rapid transformation in personality.
What is the difference between private drug and alcohol rehab and residential rehab?
Residential rehab is an inpatient treatment that allows you to receive all of your treatment in one place. It allows you to detach from your everyday life and concentrate all of your efforts on your recovery. This experience means that you will receive all treatment, eat all meals and sleep in our residential rehab centre and you’ll have constant, round the clock support.
What happens after rehab?
The first year after your rehab is where you are statistically most at risk of suffering a relapse. When your treatment has been completed, we will draw up an aftercare plan with regular support group sessions and follow up sessions planned. You will also have access to a 24/7 helpline you can contact if you are experiencing difficulties with your abstinence.
It is important to have relapse prevention in place to ensure you are able to continue with your recovery.