Clevedon Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres

Addiction is a serious issue that can have devastating consequences. If you or someone you love is struggling with addiction, it’s important to get help as soon as possible. Drug and alcohol rehab can provide the tools and support necessary to overcome addiction and build a healthy, sober life.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Clevedon

Drug addiction and severe alcohol abuse are persistent problems in the UK. Many people struggle with their addictions and sacrifice their jobs, relationships and mental health to continue taking drugs and drinking. If left untreated, addiction carries the risk of irreversible physical illness.

We at Ocean Recovery believe it is never too late to get help. If you are ready to get help, our private drug and alcohol rehab provides industry-leading treatment and expert care that can help you achieve long-term recovery.

 

What are the Benefits of Residential Rehab?

Residential rehab gives you access to constant care and a standard of treatment that is unmatched in an outpatient facility. As you remain within the walls of rehab the recovery programme is intense, allowing you the chance to completely focus on your treatment.

Once inside, there is no chance to access drugs and alcohol, lessening the risk of relapse. You will be surrounded by empathic staff and other clients who are on similar journeys to yourself. Having the chance to make connections with people and build a support network will help show you that you are not alone. Many addicts feel isolated and sink deeper into their addiction to cope. Hopefully, in residential rehab, you can see that there are always people willing to help you.

The range of therapies available is much greater in residential rehab. You will have access to more holistic forms of therapies such as reflexology and massage. These types of therapy are there to relax you and put you in the right frame of mind for recovery.

Beyond the content of our addiction treatment at Ocean Recovery, the facility itself provides a helpful change of scenery and escape from your usual environment. Our accommodation is premier, with some rooms having seafront views and being situated in a setting that is comfortable and relaxing. At Ocean Recovery you can enjoy outside areas and take the time to go for walks on the beach.

 

How Long Does Private Rehab Last?

On average a stay at an alcohol or drug rehab lasts 28 days. We advise this to be the minimum amount of time you spend in treatment to effectively get clean. This is also felt to be enough time to dig deeper into the causes of your addiction and learn coping skills that will be vital on the outside. You can stay as long as you want but this will increase the cost.

 

Admission to Rehab

After deciding that you need professional help, you may next feel overwhelmed by the options available to you. We understand that this is a stressful time so our experienced admissions team are on hand 24/7 to guide you through the admissions process.

At Ocean Recovery our job is to get people into drug and alcohol rehab and help them, so our admissions process is simple. From your initial enquiry over the phone, you will then take part in a pre-admission screening. This can be done in the same call and you simply answer some questions that we have. The questions will about your physical health, addiction history and other factors to help us figure out the right addiction treatment programme for you.

Once that is done an admission date can be agreed and you can make a deposit. This is done to secure your space as places fill up quickly in our facility. As we are a private facility, this process is very efficient and you can be accessing treatment within days of your initial enquiry.

 

Rehab and Detox Treatment Clevedon

Around the first week of your time at private drug and alcohol rehab will be spent detoxing. Detoxification is the process of flushing the harmful toxins from your body caused by drugs and alcohol. By cutting yourself off from substances your body can begin to heal itself and you can end your physical dependence on drugs and alcohol.

At Ocean Recovery, whether it be detoxing from drugs or detoxing from alcohol, we employ a medically assisted programme. This means that medication will be administered by a medical professional to ease any severe withdrawal symptoms that you may experience. Detox can be unpleasant. Hopefully with medication and in a stress-free environment, you will be as comfortable as you can be.

After that, the bulk of your treatment consists of therapy sessions. In individual sessions such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Addiction Counselling, you will gain a better understanding of your addiction and start to learn how to change your behaviour into something more positive. These psychological sessions will be complemented by group therapy and well-being therapies.

Our range of therapies is broad, providing our team with enough options to create the perfect addiction recovery pathway for you.

 

Aftercare

Completing addiction treatment at a private drug and alcohol rehab is a huge step on your journey. Many people think that once they have done that the rest is easy. Others are incredibly wary about what life holds for them afterwards. Having both of these feelings is completely natural.

Whilst rehab is an important milestone in your recovery, it is not the finish line and there may be harder times ahead. To help you through this transition period, we at Ocean Recovery provide a FREE 12-month aftercare package to offer crucial support and guidance during this time.

The goal of aftercare is to help ease those concerns you may have upon re-entering the world and provide your post-rehab life with structure. This structure will come in the form of weekly support meetings. During these meetings, you can connect with your peers and discuss your respective recovery journeys. This is a vital resource for long-term recovery, showing you that you are not alone in your journey.

As most relapses occur within the first year of finishing treatment, it is better to engage with aftercare and hone your coping skills.

 

Get Help Today

If you wish to be free of your drug and alcohol addiction and are ready to get professional help, contact Ocean Recovery today. With our committed care and industry-leading treatment, we can help you achieve long-term recovery. Get in touch with our team today by calling 0800 880 7596.

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 is a dual diagnosis?

Dual-diagnosis is a form of treatment during which our trained therapists may implement more standardised therapies in conjunction with treatments aimed at treating your addiction. This is often done where patients are suffering from depression and/or other mental health illnesses which can be treated at the same time as your addiction. Often times addiction can mask other mental health illnesses which will become more present when your addiction starts to have less of a hold on you. Not everyone will require this treatment, but it is very effective when necessary.

How do I start my recovery journey?

The fact that you are here suggests that you are ready to make the all-important step of actually attending rehab. Quite simply, your first step should be to call us on our helpline. Once you reach out to us and express and interest in attending rehab, then our helpline staff will be able to get the ball rolling on getting you set up at our facility. Seriously considering rehab is an important moment in your life, but actually calling us to set up a place is the most important step.