Ashton-under-Lyne Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres

Some people need more help than others and that’s where our rehab centres come in. If you live around the Ashton-under-Lyne area, we can help you get to our local rehab clinic. Call us today on 01253 847 553.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Ashton-under-Lyne

Drug and alcohol addiction is an easy world to find yourself in and it can feel like there’s no escape.

Many people start drinking or taking drugs occasionally, with no worry or expectation that it will ever become a problem. However, addiction can happen to anyone and the road to recovery can be difficult.

Some people need more help than others and that’s where our rehab centres come in. If you live around the Ashton-under-Lyne area, we can help you get to our local rehab clinic.

At Ocean Recovery, your recovery starts just like that, by taking the first step. Taking that first step to getting better is a difficult task, but once you’ve made it, we’re here to help you the rest of the way.

Admitting you have a problem and taking the first steps towards recovery are the hardest parts. Many people feel fearful of judgement or are embarrassed, but there is no judgement in Ocean Recovery.

 

What Does Alcohol or Drug Addiction Come From?

Addiction doesn’t affect everyone who uses drink or drugs, so why does it only happen to some people?

For those who become alcoholics or drug addicts, there is almost always something else going on below the surface.

Mental health problems and life circumstances are some of the main causes of addiction. People turn to drink or drugs as a way to self-medicate and deal with their problems. That’s why recovery is so difficult. It’s not a simple case of simply stopping. The root cause needs to be addressed and the person treated before real progress can be seen.

We’re here to help you or your loved ones get to the root of their issues at Ocean Recovery.

 

Do You Really Need Drug or Alcohol Rehab?

No one starts off by believing they need rehab. It’s always a hard process to accept that you need help. If you’re not entirely convinced that you need help, here are some important signs to watch out for.

 

Your Health Is Deteriorating

Addiction takes a toll on the body. You’re putting it through great strain and that will always manifest in health problems, sooner rather than later. You may notice that you feel ill or in pain often, this is the start of something that could end up affecting you in more dramatic ways.

Those who are intoxicated are also more likely to be involved in accidents or get involved in violence with others. Broken bones might be the least of your problems though, it’s the internal damage that is often the real problem.

If your doctor has suggested that your health problems are as a result of drug or alcohol addiction, then you need to take this conclusion very seriously. They know exactly where this could end up and will have seen it before

 

Your Life Is Becoming Harder To Manage

Drug and alcohol addiction doesn’t just affect your physical or mental health. Addiction can bleed into all areas of your life, turning up where you least expect it, but where it hurts the most.

Addiction can destroy relationships, test family members, friendships or affect your ability to do your job properly. When addiction starts to take over more and more of your life, it becomes harder to maintain healthy habits, relationships or to keep a job.

If you find that addiction has made it impossible to work and support yourself, desperation can quickly set in. Not only do you have to support yourself, but you also find you need to support an increasingly demanding addiction along with it.

Rock bottom often occurs when addicts lose their jobs or their social support network and don’t know what to do next. Things then get worse and worse and recovery becomes harder, but not impossible with our help.

That’s why many addicts end up turning to a life of crime. If this sounds familiar, you might think it’s too late, but it’s not. There is a way out.

 

Our Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centre

If you live in or near Ashton-under-Lyne, we have a facility near you. This can be easily accessed by transport that we can arrange when you phone up for an appointment

We like to offer people the ability to attend a rehab centre in their local area. This means our patients don’t have to travel across the country to find the right rehab treatment for them, they can find one around the Ashton-under-Lyne area.

This is something to consider when weighing up whether to go for private rehab or NHS addiction treatment options. Going private gives you more freedom to choose the right location for you and also to get the help you want sooner rather than later.

 

How Will We Help You Achieve Sobriety

Achieving sobriety is entirely possible with our help. Our first approach is to get to know you well so that we can help you determine the root cause of your addiction. Only by understanding this can we work together to find the best way forward.

Without knowing truly why you are addicted, we’ll never be able to help you overcome your underlying issues or avoid relapse.

Once we’ve determined your reasons for addiction, we can begin rehab treatment programmes according to your own personal needs. We want to take the best route of recovery that’s right for you because no two stories are the same.

We’ll take your personal history, circumstances and the nature of your addiction into consideration to create a treatment plan for you.

 

What Is Our Rehab Centre Like?

When people consider going to rehab, there is undoubtedly a lot of anxiety and apprehension over what it’s going to be like.

Don’t trust what you see in the movies. Rehab at your local rehab centre is worlds away from the less-than-ideal picture you might have of rehab.

Our rehab facilities are luxury accommodation, built with comfort in mind. You’re here to heal and relax after all, so you need a place that can help you focus on your sobriety, without any other care in the world.

When it comes to the treatment itself, our treatment process looks different for each individual.

Our rehab programme will consist of rehab therapy sessions, group sessions, relapse management and help through any withdrawal symptoms. Addiction counsellors will help you receive a positive rehab experience with lasting effects.

Once you have completed your residency at our rehab facility near Ashton-under-Lyne, our aftercare team will help you maintain your hard-won sobriety.

This typically involves plenty of advice on how to avoid triggers in the future, develop positive habits and also advice on joining recovery support groups to continue to get that same support from people who know what you’ve been going through.

If you think you’re ready to get started with rehab in Ashton-under-Lyne, then don’t delay in getting in touch. It’s harder the longer you leave it and the sooner you get in touch, the sooner you can experience sobriety and work at rebuilding the life you want.

Get in touch with the admissions team by calling 01253 847 553 or use our online contact form.