If you’re suffering from a drug addiction or alcohol addiction, it’s crucial that you seek out professional support. This specialist support will usually be provided by a drug or alcohol rehabilitation centre where you can be guided through the process of recovering from your addiction.
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The rehabilitation process at drug and alcohol rehab Telford
There’s a vast array of different reasons as to why someone becomes addicted to alcohol or drugs, but for the majority, these addictions start with a dependence to the substance which develops into an involuntary addiction.
The impact which addiction has on so many people’s lives is devastating. From destroying relationships with loved ones to deteriorating your physical and psychological health, there are so positives when it comes to drug or alcohol addiction. To avoid putting yourself at any further risk, you must recognise the importance of drug and alcohol rehab.
To achieve a long-term recovery from addiction you need to put in a lot of time and effort to change your behaviours and completely turn your life around. Addiction can’t be overcome using medication alone, you must address your complex physical and psychological connections to the substance in order to move on from them.
Unless you commit yourself to the full rehabilitation experience, you’re unlikely to achieve a full recovery from your addiction. We encourage you to embrace the rehabilitation process, acknowledge that we’re here to help, and take your first step towards a new beginning. Rehabilitation isn’t a quick fix, but the results will reward you with a happy and healthy future for you and your loved ones to look forward to.
How drug and alcohol rehab can benefit you
It’s never too late to ask for help. Whether you’ve been living with an addiction to alcohol or drugs for a prolonged period of time or whether you’ve only just started to notice the impact of your substance abuse, it doesn’t matter when it comes to rehabilitation support.
There’s no addiction too mild or too severe that we can’t help you with. We never want you to feel as though you’re alone in your pain. Throughout our years of experience, we’ve helped countless people overcome their battles with drug addiction or alcohol addiction, and we can help you too.
Completing residential treatment for alcohol addiction at a private rehab centre will give you the best chance of succeeding in your long-term recovery. First of all, a residential setting where you stay overnight as an inpatient for the duration of your treatment has proven to produce the highest rate of recoveries.
When we look at private alcohol rehab as opposed to receiving addiction treatment from free local health services such as the NHS, private facilities also produce the most successful recoveries. Therefore, you’re giving yourself the greatest opportunity to achieve your recovery goals if you join a private drug and alcohol rehab as an inpatient.
The success of private drug and alcohol rehab as an inpatient comes down to a variety of factors. You’ll benefit from an addiction treatment programme which is completely personalised to suit your unique condition. With addiction treatment from free local health services, you’re given a generic treatment programme to follow which is unlikely to be effective.
You’ll benefit from a quick start to your addiction treatment as most private facilities will welcome you in within 48 hours of your initial enquiry. In comparison, free health services are likely to add you to a long waiting list where you could be waiting weeks or even months to receive your treatment for drug addiction.
A great benefit of joining a residential drug and alcohol rehab is that you’re completely removed from the daily stresses and distractions of home life. Many people who are addicted to alcohol or drugs consume these substances in the comfort zone of their home, so by remaining at home whilst receiving your treatment, it can be very difficult to stay focused and avoid any potential relapses.
Your rehabilitation is much more likely to be effective if you’re within a recovery focused environment, surrounded by addiction specialists who are motivated to support you every step of the way.
Receive a bespoke aftercare plan
Just how your treatment for alcohol addiction at our drug and alcohol rehab Telford is personalised to be the most effective for your specific needs, as will your aftercare plan. People often wrongly assume that once you leave our alcohol rehab your rehabilitation is over; this is not true.
Addiction is such a complicated condition there’s no way that you could achieve a long-term recovery in such a short space of time. Once you’ve learnt the relevant tools and knowledge from our expert team of addiction specialists and undertaken a controlled detoxification along with various psychological and well-being therapies, you’ll be much more positive and much more prepared to continue your recovery journey at home.
Our team will tailor your aftercare plan which is completely free for 12 months after leaving our drug and alcohol rehab Telford. Your plan could include additional cognitive behavioural therapy or relapse prevention sessions, as well as support from local groups like Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous.
Drug and Alcohol rehab FAQs:
What are some traditional therapies for addiction?
Our treatment for drug addiction will always include a mixture of traditional therapies and holistic therapies to provide a well-balanced approach to your rehabilitation. Some examples of the traditional therapies we deliver include cognitive behavioural therapy, counselling, psychotherapy, stress management, relapse prevention, and dialectical behaviour therapy.
What are some holistic therapies we offer?
These are therapies which focus on improving your general well-being which could include relaxation and sleep management, mindfulness, yoga, art therapy, music therapy, or fitness therapy. Whilst some of these may seem unusual, they’ve proven to be very effective when it comes to your rehabilitation.
How long does addiction treatment last for?
This is really dependent on the severity of your addiction, but most comprehensive treatment programmes last for around 28 days which are followed by 12 months of aftercare provided by our expert team.