Cheadle Hulme Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres

Are you struggling with substances and believe you might have an addiction to alcohol and drugs?

If you think you might be then you’ve already made a big step. Many people suffering from drug and alcohol addiction stay in denial and don’t get the help they need. When realising you need to change, it’s important to know that help is out there.

Professional help is available to those looking to turn their life around and become clean. Ocean Recovery is such a place.

We are an alcohol and drug rehab, dedicated to helping those that are fed up with substances ruling their lives. If you are in the Cheadle Hulme area then we can support you. Get in touch with us on 0800 880 7596 to learn more.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Cheadle Hulme

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Cheadle Hulme

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Options in Cheadle Hulme

When looking into rehab options, your first thought may be to find somewhere closer to home. This is normal and for some people, it may be the best option.

As you begin to research potential treatment options, you should first book an appointment with your local GP. They are a great resource and can guide you on drug and alcohol addiction services in the area.

The services they point you towards will likely be NHS outpatient services that are free. Organisations such as Acorn Recovery Projects, located in Stockport, could provide the type of services you need.

You could also find group support meetings. These help people immensely, giving isolated addicts a chance to enter an accepting community. AA and NA meetings are held all over the country. The ones close to Cheadle Hulme are:

If you are looking to go to a private drug and alcohol rehab then we at Ocean Recovery are only just a short drive away. Our rehab centre is located roughly an hour away in the car.


Cheadle Hulme Outpatient vs Inpatient Rehab

The main decision you have to make when considering treatment options is whether to undergo recovery on an outpatient or inpatient basis.

Outpatient treatment is the type of service you will encounter in your local area. This means that you do treatment around your normal life – allowing you to stay at home and keep up life commitments.

This can suit people who have a mild addiction or cannot afford private treatment. The drawback is that the NHS is at breaking point currently and it could be a long wait before you receive any treatment.

Inpatient rehab is when you move into a rehab centre for the duration of your treatment. This is the best course of treatment if you have a severe addiction.

Ocean Recovery is a private drug and alcohol rehab that provides inpatient treatment. With us, you can experience a range of treatments not found in NHS services, in premier accommodation and cared for by our expert staff.

Inpatient rehab has a higher success rate and is better suited to helping you achieve your long-term recovery goals.


The Ocean Recovery Admissions Process

Deciding on going to private rehab can be a daunting experience. There’s a lot of information to absorb before you enter any treatment centre. We at Ocean Recovery understand this and try to make our admissions process as streamlined as possible.

Our team are experienced and ready to answer any question you might have. We want you as comfortable as possible and ready to go when you step into our rehab centre.

The admissions process can take place over the phone and includes your initial enquiry and a pre-admission screening. Once you’ve decided on your admission date and secured your place with a deposit all you have to do is get ready. You can phone us today on 0800 880 7596 to start your recovery with us.


Addiction Treatments at Ocean Recovery

Through a range of treatments, you will deal with both the physical and psychological aspects of your addiction.

Ending your physical dependence on drugs and alcohol is the first thing you will do at rehab. This is done by completing a drug detox or alcohol detox regime.

The process should take between 7-10 days and during this time you will stay in a designated detox room. You undergo drug or alcohol detox by not taking your preferred substance anymore and going through withdrawal.

It is hard to predict how bad withdrawal will be. Librium or Chlordiazepoxide may be used to ease severe withdrawal symptoms if you are coming off alcohol. If you are detoxing from something like cocaine then Diazepam or even alcohol may be used to help.


What Else to Expect in Rehab

Beyond detox, you will take part in therapy sessions. Our treatment therapies include a mix of group, individual and well-being sessions.

In addiction counselling and psychoeducation, you will learn and come to understand what addiction is. As you explore the root causes you can understand the consequences of your addiction and be better equipped to break out of the destructive cycle.

CBT-based group sessions will help you work on your self-confidence and learn useful coping techniques for the outside world.

Activities such as mindfulness walks, meditation and yoga can boost your mental health and make you much calmer and stress-free.


Life After Rehab

Understanding that recovery is not finished once you exit rehab is vital. Many relapses occur during those first few months after rehab, so you must stay on top of your recovery.

We can help you do this with 12 months of free aftercare. With a strong relapse prevention plan and access to support meetings, you can achieve your pre-set recovery goals and live a more fulfilling life.

Aftercare meetings are held twice a week, one self-led, the other with a therapist in attendance. If you are not local to Ocean Recovery, you can dial in via Zoom so you don’t miss out.


Start Your Recovery in Cheadle Hulme Today

If you are ready to face up to your alcohol and drug addiction, then we at Ocean Recovery can help. By beginning your recovery journey with us you will gain access to a treatment experience that is leading the way in the UK. For more information, call 0800 880 7596 or fill out our contact form 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 you prepare for a stay in rehab for alcohol?

In practical terms you may have family, work and other commitments that you need to address before entering rehab. This may involve talking to and employer about why you need time off (it’s always best to be honest about this), arranging childcare if you are a parent and making sure bills, rent or mortgages can all be paid automatically. You might also want to prepare yourself mentally for alcohol rehab. It’s a cliché but to be successful you must really want to change and people who participate fully in a drug and alcohol rehab programme will get the greatest benefits.

What is addiction treatment therapy?

Addiction treatment therapy can incorporate a number of different techniques, such as group therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy. Taken as a whole, these therapies are intended to help you to explore the root causes of your alcohol or drug addiction, to help you change your behaviour around these substances and develop strategies for relapse prevention when you leave. 

How important is an aftercare plan?

The first 12 months after rehab can be an extremely difficult time when you are in recovery. Your stay in rehab will have provided you with the tools and knowledge you need for relapse prevention, but it can be difficult to stay strong and everyone struggles sometimes. A good aftercare plan can provide the support just when you need it, to help ensure you stay clean and sober moving forward.

Frequently Asked Questions