One of the hardest steps of recovery is admitting you have an addiction. Addicts are often in denial about their addiction, which makes its very hard to seek help.
If you’re consuming drugs or alcohol everyday, to get through the day, drive negative feelings away, and struggle to have one day without the consumption, then it’s likely you’re an addict.
Seeking help early on is always recommended, as a drug and alcohol addiction will slowly tear your life apart.
You may think you’re in control, but if left untreated it will take over your life, you’ll push away anyone close that cares about you, you may loose your job, fall into debt and even loose your home. But even if you’ve reached rock bottom there is always a light at the end of the tunnel.
Here at Rehab Clinics Group, we have one of the largest groups of private drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres across the UK and we’re also located in Spain.
Just a simple call to our friendly team today and we can help you turn your life around with drug and alcohol rehab in Worcestershire.
Why Drug And Alcohol Rehab Is A Necessary Step
You may have already tried to detox at home without much success and this’ll be the case for most people suffering from drug or alcohol addiction.
Without professional help, it’s likely that you’ll relapse, due to the withdrawal symptoms or the underlying causes of your addiction that have not been treated.
Addiction is an illness that is fuelled by trauma and mental health issues, it can also lead to mental health issues such as anxiety, paranoia and depression.
If you don’t treat the psychological impact and causes of addiction they will resurface at a later stage causing relapse, which is why its best to seek drug and alcohol rehab in Worcestershire from the outset.
You don’t have to wait until you hit rick bottom to seek help for your addiction, but, similarly, if you’ve hit rock bottom it’s never too late to reach out for help.
What To Expect From Rehab
At the Rehab Clinics Group, we offer private drug and alcohol rehab with residential addiction treatments. This means that you’ll be admitted to one of our centres around Worcestershire or further afield if that’s what you opt for.
You may initially prefer the idea of receiving treatment whilst in your home surroundings, such as an outpatient treatment programme at a local detox clinic.
However, trying to recover at home, surrounded by all the negative influences that drive your addiction is a lot more challenging and can make it more difficult to achieve long term recovery.
Residential addiction treatment, on the other hand, removes you from the negative lifestyle you’ve developed and puts you in a safe and supportive environment designed to help you recover.
Giving yourself time and space to reflect, learn and heal can provide you with the opportunity to make a long term change.
Our drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres offer luxurious accommodation and support from our attentive and professional staff. You’ll receive round the clock care and have the chance to build a network of supportive peers, whom you’ll meet during you stay.
From nutrition, to detox and leisure activities, you can expect a holistic programme of treatments that will be designed to help you understand your addiction, manage your cravings and develop a more positive and healthy lifestyle.
What Are The Treatment Options In Worcestershire?
At drug and alcohol rehab in Worcestershire we’ll design a personalised treatment programme tailored specifically to your needs. We understand that recovery is a personal journey, which is why we offer a range of holistic treatment options to compliment your detox and therapy sessions.
You’ll start your programme off with a detox. You’ll require a clear head to start any type of therapy so its important that any remnants of the drugs and alcohol are removed from your system at the start of your recovery process.
You’ll be closely monitored by our medical team during your detox and they’ll help you manage your withdrawal symptoms. For more severe symptoms prescription drugs can be administered to help you feel more comfortable.
After a couple of days your detox should be complete, at which point you’ll start your therapy treatment. The idea of therapy is to help you understand your addiction, what fuels it and its triggers. The different types of therapy that we offer include:
- – Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- – Psychotherapy
- – Individual Therapy
- – Group Therapy
- – Trauma & Abuse Counselling
- – Bereavement Counselling
- – Stress Management
Alongside these therapy options, you’ll have access to holistic treatments such as art, drama and music therapies, acupuncture, mindfulness and diet and nutrition therapy, to name a few.
Our rehabilitation centres are designed to make you feel at home, surrounded by a safe and supportive environment, workforce and peers. In order to establish this we also encourage group activities, such as day trips and movie nights.
After you’ve successfully completed your rehab, you’ll complete a drug and alcohol relapse prevention plan to help you manage your recovery back at home.
We understand that leaving the centre can be a daunting prospect and that the first year after treatment is the most challenging, which is why we offer a free 12 month drug and alcohol aftercare programme.
What Is The Admissions Process?
When you’re ready to reach out for help you can contact our dedicated and supportive team by phone, email, or by filling out an online form for a callback. Once you have made contact with us we’ll organise your free initial consultation, which is usually hosted at one of our centres. It’s important to remember that this consultation is completely confidential.
During this consultation we’ll discuss your addiction, current lifestyle and challenges you face, as well as your medical history.
We will then be able to best advise you on the most suitable treatment options for your recovery, but you’ll be given as much time as you need to think over your options and discuss them with your family and perhaps a counsellor too.
Start your journey to long term recovery today by contacting our supportive and friendly admissions team.