Drug & Alcohol Rehab Haverhill
Haverhill Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres
Are you or a loved one struggling with addiction? The hardest step in recovery is admitting to your addiction.
Once you’ve achieved this you can seek help and start your journey to long term recovery.
If left untreated your addiction will only worsen. You may find that your mental health deteriorates, your relationships break down, isolation creeps in, you lose your job, financial stability and maybe even your home, finally your physical health starts to deteriorate. It’s vital that you seek help as soon as you can if you’re suffering with an addiction.
Here at Ocean Recovery, we can help you. Located on the tranquil sea-side resort of Blackpool, we provide luxurious facilities and evidence based treatments to help you overcome your addiction and heal both your mind and body.
Contact our dedicated team today to start your journey on the road to long term recovery.
When to seek help
The term addiction comes from the Latin term that means “enslaved by” or “bound to”. Once formed an addiction exerts a powerful influence over your brain, to the point where you loose control over it, and cannot stop despite the harm it causes you.
Denial is part of addiction, as most addicts have to overcome their denial before they are ready to seek help. With this in mind, addiction is often left untreated for some time, often until it’s quite severe.
The old adage; “you cannot help someone that doesn’t want to be helped”, rings true with addiction, which is why an intervention can help someone realise the damage that an addiction is causing to their lives and the lives of those they love.
If a loved one is suffering with an addiction you can contact us at Ocean Recovery and we’ll advise you on the best action to take to try and help them seek rehab.
It’s vital that you seek help as soon as you notice any signs of an addiction. These can manifest as some of the following behaviours:
- – 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?
Private Drug and Alcohol Rehab vs NHS
When you search for drug and alcohol rehab in Haverhill you’ll come across a whole range of treatment options; some will be offered as part of private drug and alcohol rehab and others will be provided through NHS care.
Whilst NHS drug and alcohol rehab is widely available, free and hugely beneficial, you may find that you end up on a long waiting list before you receive the treatment you need. As time of the essence when it comes to addiction recovery, this is less than ideal.
Through the NHS you’ll usually be provided with outpatient treatment at a detox clinic alongside one-to-one counselling.
The benefit of private drug and alcohol rehab is the ability to access this help much sooner, in fact in a matter of days after first contact. With the immediate care you can ensure your addiction doesn’t worsen, or cost you your life.
The obvious disadvantage of private rehab is the cost that is involved, but what you have to think about is the care you’ll receive and the future you’re building through your rehab. With round the clock care, luxury facilities and the very best personalised treatment programmes you can turn your life around.
Benefits of Attending Residential Rehab
At Ocean Recovery we provide residential rehab treatment programmes, tailored to the individual. For some people residential rehab will not be an option, but before you make a decision we’ve compiled a list of the benefits of residential rehab:
- – Round the clock care and support
- – Experienced medical staff
- – Peer support from other inpatients
- – Personalised treatment programmes
- – Medically supervised detoxification
- – Range of therapy options
- – Fitness and wellbeing workshops and classes to help you develop a more positive lifestyle
- – Aftercare support and guidance
Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatments
Upon arrival at our drug and alcohol rehab centre you’ll undergo a full medical examination. This will enable our medical professionals to determine your current health and the best treatment programme for you.
All treatment programmes start with detoxification. Since you cannot undertake therapy whilst under the influence, it’s important that this step is completed first. It usually takes a couple of days and involves the slow reduction of consumption levels, until your body is free from the substance.
It’s highly likely that you’ll experience withdrawal symptoms during this process, as your body readjusts to life without your addiction. The symptoms will be determined by the length and severity of your addiction, but you’ll receive round the clock care from our staff to ensure you’re comfortable throughout this process.
Our therapies are designed to help you understand your addiction and develop coping strategies for daily life. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is the main therapy used, as it helps you to identify the root causes of your addiction and through psychoeduction it provides you with the tools to alter your negative behavioural patterns that drive your addiction.
Since relapse prevention is linked to self-care we also provide a range of holistic therapies and activities to help you develop a more positive lifestyle. These include:
- – Stress Management
- – Bereavement Counselling
- – Family Therapy
- – Medication Therapy
- – Art, Music and Drama Therapies
- – Relaxation and Sleep Management
- – Mindfulness
- – Diet and Nutritional Therapy
- – Walks
- – Beach runs
- – Group outings
- – Movie Nights
- – Quiz nights
Where to start
If you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Haverhill chances are you’ve taken the first step, and often most challenging, in recovery; admitting to your addiction. Now that you’ve come this far its vital that you seek help as soon as you can, as time is of the essence.
All you have to do to kick start your long term recovery is contact our dedicated team today. Call us on 01253 847 553 or text HELP to 83222.
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