Bicester Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres

Whether you are struggling with an addition to drugs or alcohol, over time it can have a very negative impact on your health and many other important aspects of your life.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Bicester

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Bicester

If you are starting to see some negative impacts from your substance abuse issues, this is a good time for you to make a change

Find a drug and alcohol rehab treatment programme that can help you overcome your addiction.

There is a range of treatments available and during your time, you will be presented with a tailored treatment plan which is designed to suit your needs. If you want to find out more about alcohol and drug rehab or want to start your recovery journey now, get in touch with us.

We are here to help you make that first step towards a life of sobriety.


Do I Need to Go to Rehab?

Addictions can be extremely difficult to tackle alone. You may struggle to realise that you have an addiction.

Some people spend so much of their energy trying to hide their drug and alcohol addiction from their loved ones they begin to believe that they don’t have an addiction problem. If you are here reading this today, you have probably had an inkling that you have an addiction.

It is essential to be truthful with yourself and others around you. Are you are showing any of the symptoms of addiction? Symptoms can vary from person to person and is dependent on what type of addictive substances you have been abusing.

The physical symptoms of addiction.

  • Poor Sleep
  • Tiredness
  • Significant Unintentional Weigh Gain or Loss
  • Feeling Ill When You Don’t Use Substances
  • Low Immune System Which Leads to More Bugs and Infections

The psychological symptoms of addictions

  • Being Overly Secretive with Your Habits
  • Changes in Mood or Personality
  • A Lack of Care with Personal Hygiene and Appearance
  • Depression
  • Lack of Judgement
  • Paranoia or Anxiety
  • Trouble with Concentrating
  • Memory Problems
  • Becoming Defensive about the Substance Abuse
  • Failing to Meet Responsibilities

If you notice or recognise any of the above traits within yourself, it’s important to consider what you may be risking in the long term.

Getting the help, you need at the earliest possible convenience will make your road to recovery much easier. This is because addictions can only get worse over time if they are left untreated.


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Are you suffering from 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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What Happens in Private Residential Drug and Alcohol Rehab?

Residential rehab can provide you with a very peaceful, secure, and safe setting where you can focus on your recovery without any distractions or temptations.

Getting out of your usual environment is very beneficial when it comes to recovering from a drug or alcohol addiction.

When you enter a private drug and alcohol rehab, you will undergo an assessment before you embark on your recovery journey. This is to ensure that you get a tailored treatment plan which will give you the best possible chances of making a successful recovery.

The first step in your treatment is a drug and alcohol detox plan. The detox stage will be medically supervised to ensure your detox is as safe and comfortable as possible. During this time, you will experience a range of withdrawal effects which can be quite distressing. It is advised you go through this stage in a rehab setting.

After your alcohol and drug detox stage, you will begin a range of therapies. These therapies are on a one-to-one and a group basis.

These are aimed at addressing the root cause of your addiction. You will learn to develop the relevant coping mechanisms that are needed to safeguard yourself against relapsing.

These therapies and further treatments can also help you benefit from other things such as changing your thoughts and behaviours into more positive ones. At the end of your rehab treatment programme, you will then receive 12 months of free aftercare.

Your recovery is not complete as soon as you walk out of the rehab facility. Recovery is an ongoing process that comes with many challenges. Rehab can help provide you with the tools needed to ensure you can avoid relapsing in the future.


What Can I Do to Help a Loved One with Their Addiction?

If you are looking to get help for someone that you care about that is struggling with an addiction, we can help you.

Get in touch with us to find out about our family referral and intervention services.

It’s important to note that you can’t force someone to go to rehab. For rehab to be a success, the addict must be completely invested in the programme and must be motivated towards their own recovery. In some cases, a strong network of friends and family can help to promote a much faster recovery.

Once you have chosen your approach with your loved ones about their addictive behaviours, you must be completely ready to accept the fact that they may not be receptive.

Addictions are a disease and so, when people are suffering from addictions, they can often act out of character. It is likely that they won’t have complete control of their emotions and their behaviours.

Get in touch with us on 0800 880 7596 to find out more about helping a loved one with their addiction.


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 convince a family member to get help?

Approaching anyone about their addiction is never easy. Addicts can be quick to feel judged and threatened when approached about their addiction and by approaching them in the wrong way you can actually push them further away from getting the treatment they need. There is a lot of training and expertise required when staging an intervention and/or convincing someone who you care about to take the necessary steps to overcome their addiction. Approaching them from a place of understanding while also remaining firm about the impact their lifestyle is having on those around them is a necessary balance. For more information and guidance on this difficult topic, reach out to our helpline and enquire about our family and friend referral schemes.

What happens after drug and alcohol treatment?

After rehab, the recovery journey is only just beginning. Taking advantage of our aftercare programme and remaining vigilant as you attend weekly support meetings is essential to staying clean for the rest of your life. Using all you have learnt during your time with us, hopefully, you can lead a fulfilling life free of addiction.

Do addicts have to go to rehab?

Some offenders in the criminal justice system may be required to seek treatment for an addiction but for most addicts, there is no obligation to go to rehab. A rehab programme is also far more likely to be effective if the person genuinely wishes to change and participates fully in the therapies and treatments made available. Some people struggling with addiction may be in denial or become defensive. We can offer support for family, friends and others who may be concerned about a loved one. This could include confidential advice on how to talk to the person about their addiction, or even a guided addiction intervention service.