Beaconsfield Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres

Recovering from a drug or alcohol addiction alone can be challenging, especially as many physical and psychological side effects come hand-in-hand with withdrawing from substances.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Beaconsfield

We have treatment centres in Beaconsfield

To ensure that recovery is successful, attending a drug and alcohol rehab in Beaconsfield is recommended.

If you have attempted to refer yourself to a drug and alcohol rehab in Beaconsfield and found yourself required to wait for appropriate treatment to become available, we welcome you to refer yourself to our residential rehab.

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Are you suffering from Drug and Alcohol Addiction and need help? If so, Ocean Recovery is a leading UK based expert in Private Drug and Alcohol Rehab. Find out how we can help by getting in touch with our friendly team today. You can either call our confidential helpline or request a call-back by clicking on the below form.

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Located in Blackpool, our CQC registered rehab boasts industry-leading treatments and state of the art facilities. Offering you the space you need to focus solely on your recovery, attending our rehab will enable you to understand and determine the cause of your addiction.

Offering immediate access to addiction treatment, find out more about us here, or call us today to initiate the referral process.


Our Treatment Options

Ranging from medically induced detoxification to psychological and well-being therapies, our treatment options have been designed to heal the body and the mind. Combined and incorporated into personalised rehabilitation treatment programmes, our treatments are evidence-based and have supported many in securing a long-term recovery.

Bespoke to your personal needs, our treatment options are encountered at various stages. For example, upon entering our rehab, all of our clients undergo a medically induced detoxification. Ensuring that the body and brain withdraw from substances, this stage of treatment encourages a physical recovery.

Following detoxification, rehabilitation is encountered. This stage of treatment targets the psychological effects of addiction through the employment of psychological therapies such as cognitive behavioural therapy.

During this stage of treatment, we encourage our clients to discuss how their addiction has impaired their life. In doing so, the cause of addiction can be identified, and coping strategies can be created to ensure that recovery is sustainable.


Treatment For Mental Health Disorders

As approximately six in ten people with a substance addiction will also suffer from a mental health illness such as depression, anxiety or post-traumatic stress disorder, at Ocean Recovery, we additionally provide treatment for mental health disorders.

When required, our mental health treatment is administered alongside addiction treatment to ensure that both disorders can be treated simultaneously.

The treatment we provide for mental health disorders greatly varies. However, it is not uncommon for therapies such as stress management, trauma counselling and self-help sessions to be encountered. We can also prescribe medication such as antidepressants if we believe that it is necessary.

Our Rehab Facilities

At Ocean Recovery, we are extremely proud of our state-of-the-art facility. We provide residents with the most relaxing stay possible and they can enjoy our modern establishment.

Ocean Recovery Facilities include:

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CQC Registered

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FREE Transportation Included

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Medically Assisted Detoxification

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2 Executive, Sea View Double Ensuite Rooms

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 8 Double or Single Ensuite Rooms

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3 Single Rooms with Dedicated Separate Bathroom

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Comfortable Communal Lounge with Piano & Sky TV

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Beautiful Modern Dining Lounge

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External Courtyard and Outside Seating Area

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12 Months FREE Aftercare

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Regular Contact with Loved Ones Encouraged

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Large Multi-Purpose Group Activity Room with Superb Sea Views

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Our Admissions Process

Here at Ocean Recovery, we have created a simple yet effective admissions process to ensure that addiction treatment can be accessed as quickly as possible. Understanding that taking the first step in addressing an addiction can be daunting, we have outlined our admissions process below.

Initial Enquiry

To start the admissions process, you will need to contact us. In doing so, our admissions team will be on hand to offer insight into our treatments, treatment programmes and facilities. You will also have the chance to ask any questions you may have.

Pre-Admission Screening

Following an initial phone call, you will be invited to complete a pre-admission screening. Conducted over the telephone within as little as 30-minutes, our pre-screening helps our team find out more about your addiction and the support you may need as you embark on your recovery journey.

Treatment Deposit

Upon completing a pre-admission screening, you will be required to pay a small deposit within 48-hours. Upon receiving your deposit, a suitable admissions date will be arranged.

Admission Day and Clinical Assessment

As you enter our rehab, you will meet with our medical team. Here, you will undergo a clinical assessment.

In the final stage of our admissions process, completing a clinical assessment will see your physical and psychological health reviewed to ensure that you are fit to progress through an intense treatment programme. Your treatment plan will also be created here, and our medical team will discuss recommended treatments with you.


Contact Us Today

Although attending a drug and alcohol rehab in Beaconsfield may have been your first choice when considering which rehab to attend, you must start treatment as soon as possible. Delaying treatment could cause your addiction to intensify, which will, in turn, have an undeniable impact on your life.

If you have any questions about our treatments, services or admissions process, please call us today. Likewise, if you are ready to refer yourself for treatment at our rehab, get in touch today.



Frequently Asked Questions

Choosing the right rehab treatment provider can be a life-changing decision; here are some of the most common questions we are asked pre-admission.

How do I tell my family I need to go to Rehab?

At Ocean Recovery, we understand that one of the biggest steps in recovery is telling your family that you need to go to rehab. Although many people believe that they have to inform their families of their struggles with substances alone, here at Ocean Recovery, we are on hand to help you every step of the way.

In addition to offering you advice and guidance surrounding your time in our rehab, we can help you inform your family that you need to go to rehab. We will also keep in contact with you before your admission date and offer your family any support they may need.

What are the advantages of Inpatient Rehabilitation?

Although attending a drug and alcohol rehab in Beaconsfield is beneficial, inpatient rehab has many advantages.

These advantages include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Around the clock care and support
  • Industry-leading treatments
  • Comfortable facilities
  • Personalised care

What will I be able to take with me to Rehab?

When you enter our drug and alcohol rehab, you will be able to bring a number of personal items with you from home. For example, you will be encouraged to bring comfortable clothing and footwear, sportswear and nightwear with you.

You will also be able to bring reading materials, pictures of your loved ones and electronic devices with you too.

However, it should be noted that any toiletries containing alcohol are not permitted. We also require any medication to be given to our recovery support workers.