Dronfield Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres

Do you require inpatient residential rehab treatment in Dronfield? Ocean Recovery Centre is here for you.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Dronfield

Addiction can affect your physical and mental health as well as personal and professional relationships. Not to mention take its toll on finances. But it doesn’t have to be that way and, although you might not be able to see it right now, there is a way out. At Ocean Recovery, we’re determined to show you how too. Contact our friendly team.

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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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Do I need to go to rehab in Dronfield?

The chances are, if you’re asking this question you could probably benefit from some support and treatment. This is because something has made you question your behaviour towards drugs or alcohol. If you do take drugs or alcohol, it can be difficult to recognise or admit that you have a problem. However, if your usage is taking its toll on other areas of your life, rehab treatment can help.

In addition, cravings, withdrawal symptoms and being unable to stop using the substance even though you’d like to can all be symptoms of drug and alcohol addiction.

If you’re worried about a friend or family member, and they don’t believe they have an addiction, then we’re here to help you too. We can answer your questions and recommend the best course of action. Our intervention and referral process can also be the first step for your loved one to finally get the help they need.

At Ocean Recovery, we firmly believe that individuals need to want to recover in order to achieve long-term success. However, we’re here to help everyone involved and can help individuals to come to terms with the idea of having an addiction in the first place.

 

How do I get addiction treatment in Dronfield?

The first step towards your new future is by getting in touch with our team. Our telephone advisors are experienced in addiction and recovery and are trained to deal with a range of situations. They’ll listen to you and ask a few questions to get to understand you as a person, your addiction and what you’d like from recovery.

With this knowledge, they can advise on your options and recommend a treatment programme. Once you’re happy with a plan of action, a pre-screening assessment will take place which looks at your mental health condition. To secure your place, we simply ask for a deposit for treatment and then an admissions day will be confirmed.

 

Alcohol and drug detox treatment in Dronfield

If you’ve been looking into your options, you may have seen that rehab programmes are completed on an inpatient and outpatient basis. As an outpatient, you’d receive treatment in the day and then return home in the evening. As an inpatient, individuals are required to stay on-site at all times during their stay.

Inpatient treatment, like the one provided at Ocean Recovery, typically lasts for 28 days. During this time, you’ll have access to a range of therapy and treatment types including addiction counselling, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. We also use drama, art and creative sessions, and treatment is completed in group and one-to-one sessions.

While the aim of addiction recovery treatment is to treat the initial dependency, a team of doctors, counsellors, nurses and mental health specialists will also support you to understand the emotional and psychological aspects of your addiction. This is essential for creating healthier coping mechanisms and even though we won’t tell you that certain behaviours are wrong, we’ll guide you to recognise it yourself.

Before any treatment begins, however, you must complete a drug or alcohol detox. This is to give your recovery the best possible start and is when any substances in your body leave. It’s completely normal to experience side effects and withdrawal symptoms and this is one of the biggest reasons that people struggle to detox at home. Surrounded by medical professionals, at Ocean Recovery, you’ll have everything you need to complete it successfully though. We’re also able to prescribe medication too.

 

Aftercare and relapse prevention advice

Most people are worried about their time at rehab coming to an end. After all, this is where you’ll face a lot of obstacles – whether it be familiar surroundings or temptation. At Ocean Recovery, you’ll be supported to build the right resilience though – physically and mentally. You’ll be given appropriate aftercare and relapse prevention advice during your time at our private centre, and local support groups in Dronfield will be on hand to help you too.

While you’re at our residential rehab centre, we try to include your family and friends as much as possible. This is because we feel it allows them to understand what you’re going through and how they can help, and it also gives you the necessary support you need. After you’ve left our centre, we’re also always on the other side of a message if you do require any guidance or have a concern.

 

Take the first step with Ocean Recovery

The path towards recovery is so close and while it won’t always be easy, we will ensure that you have everything you need. Even by being on this page, you’ve taken those first important steps. Perhaps you’re concerned about your drug or alcohol use or maybe you’re wondering exactly what rehab would be like. Whatever it is, our team would love to help.

Alternatively, if you’re struggling watching a loved one go through addiction, we’re here for you too. Often by voicing your concerns to someone who understands, like the team at Ocean Recovery, you’ll feel a weight has been lifted off your shoulders. So, what are you waiting for? Our telephone lines are open 24/7 and our advisors want to hear from you. Call 0800 880 7596 today to speak to the number one rehab centre in the UK.

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 should I bring to rehab?

While you stay at our rehabilitation centre, you will engage with a wide variety of activities. Some of these activities may include leading the facility on long walks. Therefore, you should bring a wide array of clothing items for different weathers and activities. It is also encouraged that you bring pictures of your loved ones to help keep you committed to recovery, a notebook can also be an important item to record your progress. Finally, if you enjoy playing a musical instrument, then you may want to bring that along with you to enjoy during your downtime.

What is 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.