Addiction and substance misuse can have a huge negative impact on your physical and mental well-being, your relationships, work and most other areas of your life.

For thousands of people, every year addiction ends in death – either directly from drug or alcohol poisoning or indirectly through accidents, violence or the many illnesses and conditions linked to different kinds of substance misuse.

Help is at hand if you choose to accept it, however. Alcoholism and drug addiction can be successfully treated like any other illness. At an inpatient rehab in Pembrokeshire, you will have access to the best in evidence-led treatment delivered by a team of qualified and experienced addiction recovery specialists.

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Addiction Treatments Available in Pembrokeshire

If you’re looking for addiction treatments in Pembrokeshire your best option might be a drug or alcohol rehab. Here you can participate in a structured programme of treatments tailored for your own individual circumstances and requirements.

The exact content of the programme can vary and will largely be based on interviews and assessments during the admissions process, but there will be some common elements.

Most stays in rehab incorporate a drug or alcohol detox accompanied by a range of therapies and other treatments. These are aimed at exploring the root causes behind your addiction, as well as challenging your behaviours and patterns regarding drug or alcohol use.

You will also be encouraged to adopt a healthier lifestyle and develop strategies to help you avoid relapsing when cravings and temptations do raise their heads.

At Nova Recovery our clinically led recovery model is underpinned by cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and delivered with one-to-one support from clinical nurse practitioners, registered mental health nurses and therapists, with access to trained psychiatrists. You will be in the best hands and the best place from which to make a full and long-lasting recovery.


Medically Assisted Detox

A key part of any recovery is an alcohol or drug detox. This is necessary in order to process the remaining elements of drugs or alcohol from your system as you sober up. This can be a difficult process because, over time, you can build up a physical and psychological dependency on these substances.

Essentially, your body and brain react when they are suddenly removed, leading to a range of unpleasant withdrawal symptoms. These can be particularly dangerous with substances such as alcohol and opioids like heroin, which can cause severe physical symptoms.

Withdrawal from a cocaine addiction or cannabis addiction is more likely to bring on purely psychological symptoms but these can still be potentially dangerous and very distressing.

Going through this at home can be very difficult. It still won’t be easy even at a drug rehab clinic but you will be able to access round the clock care and support from trained and sympathetic professionals, as well as any appropriate prescription medication that can help to ease the symptoms.


Therapy Treatment Options

As well as detox, your rehab programme will provide a range of therapies and treatments aimed at helping you to break the cycle of addiction and substance misuse.

The exact timetable of treatments can vary for each individual but will typically involve talking therapies including group therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). These will all be delivered by experienced professionals that could include psychiatrists, therapists and mental health nurses.


Aftercare and Relapse Prevention

Even after completing a full rehab programme, relapse remains a constant danger for many, especially in the first 12 months. That is why we offer a free aftercare programme, generally consisting of regular group therapy sessions and one-to-one therapy if required.

If you attended a rehab that was not in your local area, you can usually be referred to a nearer rehab for aftercare support.


Dual Diagnosis Treatment

As well as treating addiction, some rehabs may offer dedicated treatment for a number of mental health conditions such as anxiety, stress, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

In some cases, an addiction and one or more mental health issues can co-exist in an individual. When this occurs there is likely to be a complex relationship between the two elements, with each influencing and impacting the other in different ways. It can be useful to treat both at the same time, an approach that is commonly known as dual diagnosis treatment.


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We know that the prospect of rehab can be daunting but leaving an addiction unchecked can be very dangerous. Addiction wrecks lives and the costs can be high so contact us today to find out how we can help.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between Inpatient and Outpatient Treatment?

With inpatient private drug and alcohol rehab you will ‘live in’, staying in the facility throughout the rehab programme. This puts you in a secure environment where you can completely focus on your recovery and addiction treatments. As an outpatient you remain at home and attend appointments and sessions, usually at clinics in your local area. The treatment is more spread out and you will have a lot less supervision and monitoring during detox and recovery.

Where can I find the nearest Rehab Centre?

Our team can help you find the nearest rehab to you. We can also help you find the right rehab for your own individual circumstances. Sometimes it might pay to travel a little further afield to find the facilities and programme that matches your own unique requirements.

How do I enquire about Rehab?

You can call us today on 01457 303998, email [email protected] or contact us via the online form. We can offer expert advice with no obligation and in complete confidence. If it’s a loved one you’re worried about we can also offer advice and friend and family referrals and the potential for a family intervention.