Glamorgan Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres
Drug deaths are at their highest levels ever in Wales, with a 78 percent rise over the last 10 years.
Chances are, if you’re seeking help for your addiction, with the extra pressures on the NHS, you may have to wait a long time until you receive the vital, life-saving treatment you need.
Here at Ocean Recovery, we can help you turn your life around. We provide personalised treatment programmes at state of the art facilities, using evidence-based, holistic treatments that are proven to work.
Admitting to a drug or alcohol addiction can be the hardest step in recovery for any addict, but if you’re ready to overcome your denial, then we’re here to help you. All you need to do today is contact our friendly and supportive team.
When to seek Drug and Alcohol Rehab
Anyone can become an addict, no matter your social standing or situation in life. Addiction shrouds itself in denial making it particularly difficult for the addict to notice and seek help. By exerting an influence over your brain, addiction will fuel your cravings to the point where you loose control and cannot stop despite the emotional and physical harm it causes you.
Since you may not be able to admit to your addiction, there are signs you can look out for that will signal that you may be suffering with a drug or alcohol addiction.
- – Lack of control over use – can you go 24 hours without consuming the substance?
- – Increased isolation and secrecy – do you distance yourself from your loved ones to consume?
- – Insomnia
- – Memory loss
- – Change in personality – are you more anxious, irritable, angry
If you believe that you or a loved one could be suffering with an addiction it’s vital that you seek help urgently. If left untreated your addiction will only get worse, to the point where it can cause irreversible damage or kill you.
At Ocean Recovery we have treated people with minor and severe cases of addiction, so no matter your symptoms, or level of addiction, if you’re committed to change we can help you.
What to expect at Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Glamorgan
There are many forms of drug and alcohol rehab in Glamorgan and your first choice is whether you opt for outpatient or residential rehab.
Our rehabilitation centre is located in Blackpool and is a residential rehab centre, meaning you’ll live at our centre for the duration of your treatment programme. Most drug and alcohol rehab treatments last for 28 days, giving you enough time to undergo sufficient treatment to develop coping strategies for daily life.
We believe that residential rehab provides the best chances for long term recovery, since it provides distance between yourself and the negative influences in your daily life that drive your addiction.
Our centre in Blackpool acts as a safe haven, where you can learn about your addiction, its triggers and how to manage it before entering your life again. We provide transportation as part of our service too, so we’ll pick you up from your door and drop you back once you’ve completed your rehab.
Rehabilitation is a personal journey that must be taken seriously in order to achieve success. With this in mind, we ensure that throughout the admissions process you are able to take charge of your actions and determine the route of your recovery.
When you reach out to our friendly and supportive team, we’ll arrange an initial consultation to learn more about you, your lifestyle, addiction and medical history to ensure that we can offer you the best advice.
Once the initial consultation has been completed, we’ll discuss the viable options for your rehab and aim to admit you to our centre as quickly as possible, as we understand the urgency of immediate treatment.
Upon arrival at our rehabilitation centre you’ll undergo a full medical examination, whereby our medical staff with assess your physical and psychological well-being. After this assessment, our medical team will work with you to design the most appropriate treatment programme for the duration of your stay.
Every treatment programme begins with detoxification, as you cannot complete therapy until you have a clear mind.
Detox usually lasts a couple of days and is always supervised by our medical staff. It’s highly likely that you’ll experience some withdrawal symptoms during this process, as these symptoms are a result of your body readjusting to the diminishing levels of the substance in your system.
The withdrawal symptoms that you’ll experience are determined by the length and severity of your addiction, but, rest assured, that our medical team have prescription drugs that can be prescribed for the worst symptoms.
In order to achieve long term recovery, it’s vital that you understand your addiction, what triggers it and how to manage those cravings on a daily basis to ensure you prevent any chance of relapse. The therapy offered during your treatment programme is designed to give you the tools to maintain sobriety in daily life.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is the main therapy used to treat addiction, since it works by determining the root causes of your thought process and allows you to adjust these and your daily habits. Through CBT you’ll learn about your addiction and develop coping strategies that you can implement outside of the centre as part of your relapse prevention plan.
We also provide a range of holistic theories, such as art, drama and music therapies, or wellbeing therapies, designed to help you develop a more positive lifestyle with self-care at the forefront.
After you’ve successfully completed your drug and alcohol rehab treatments we’ll provide you with 12 months of free aftercare to help you adjust back to daily life.
Developing a support network is vital for your long term recovery, which is why we’ll put you in touch with local support groups to establish local connections.
We can also provide you with support and guidance when it comes to rebuilding relationships, finding a job and developing stability in your new future.
Contact Ocean Recovery on 01253 847 553, or text HELP to 83222 to secure the help you need today.