Hall Green Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres

It can be difficult to admit you have a problem, even when you are in the grip of a full-blown addiction, but an addiction that is left untreated can have a huge impact on pretty much every aspect of your life.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Hall Green

We have Treatment Centres in Hall Green

Deciding to seek help for a drug or alcohol addiction is a brave and incredibly positive step forward. There are different treatment options available.

Some will suit different individuals and their circumstances better than others, but private drug and alcohol rehab has been shown to provide the best results when it comes to treating serious addiction issues.

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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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The Signs and Symptoms of an Addiction

The signs and symptoms of an alcohol or drug addiction can vary from one person to the next but could include:

• Trying and failing to quit or cut down
• Drinking or taking drugs when you know there may be negative consequences
• Increased tolerance to drink or drugs; taking more for the same effect
• Feeling bad when you don’t drink or use drugs
• Feeling anxious at the thought of not having drink or drugs
• Drinking or using drugs to excess; having no ‘off switch’

This is far from a complete list but if any of the above apply to you, it might be time to consider that you at least have a problem with drink or drugs. Sometimes the person with the problem will be in denial about the extent or even the existence of an addiction or substance misuse issue.

Some common signs include secrecy and defensiveness, witnessing them drinking or using drugs to excess and/or at inappropriate times. Sometimes it is the person’s loved ones who set the ball rolling, which is why we offer services like family intervention and family and friend referrals.


About the Rehabilitation Process

The World Health Organisation defines rehabilitation as “a set of interventions designed to optimize functioning and reduce disability in individuals with health conditions in interaction with their environment”.1 In terms of addiction recovery these interventions take the form of various addiction treatments and therapies that will be delivered during the course of your stay in rehab.

One of the many benefits of a stay in an alcohol or drug rehab as opposed to a treatment programme delivered on an outpatient or community basis is that you can really concentrate on your recovery, with structured treatments of different kinds delivered on a daily basis. This means that more treatment can be fitted into the same time period during inpatient rehab than would be possible with outpatient rehab.

Another benefit is that you will be in a safe and secure environment away from the triggers, people and places that are associated with your usual drinking or drug use. It should probably go without saying but you will not have access to alcohol or drugs (apart from prescription medications where appropriate) during your stay in rehab. This can remove temptation from the mix, especially when you are going through detoxification and in the immediate aftermath.


Addiction Treatments and Therapies

Most stays in rehab will begin with a drug or alcohol detox. This is the part where you process the drugs or alcohol in your system and is usually accompanied by strong cravings and withdrawal symptoms, especially in the case of long-standing addictions.

Attempting an alcohol or drug detox alone can be extremely challenging and potentially dangerous. Undergoing this tricky step in a medically supervised setting is both far safer and more likely to be successful.

Rehab is also about equipping you with everything you need to stay clean and sober moving forward and that means exploring the root causes of your addiction and related behaviours. This is done primarily through a range of talking therapies, including cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), group therapy, motivational interviewing and more.

Well-being therapies such as art, drama and music therapy, mindfulness, relaxation and sleep therapy can also be very useful. If you have co-existing mental health conditions, these can be addressed as part of a dual diagnosis treatment.


How to choose Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Hall Green

If you are looking for a local drug or alcohol rehab centre in Hall Green, we can help you to find a suitable facility. Sometimes it is good to stay local, but some people prefer to travel further afield.

This can be for reasons of privacy (to avoid bumping into people they know on their way into or out of rehab), to feel even further removed from the stresses of their everyday lives, or simply because the most suitable rehab centre is not the one closest to them.

Contact us today to find out how we can help you find the right alcohol and drug rehab in Hall Green or further afield.

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 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.

What does the Admissions Process entail?

A comprehensive admissions process is important as this will ensure that the treatment programme is safe and suitable and tailored for your own individual needs. Our trained advisors can answer any questions you might have and suggest the next course of action, while a pre-admission screening process will let us learn more about your requirements and devise your tailored treatment strategy.

What does Rehab cost?

The cost will depend on the length of stay, from a 7-day residential stay to a full 28 day-plus residential rehab with detox. You can contact us today and request a callback to discuss the cost of a stay in rehab in complete confidence. It’s worth remembering that the cost of leaving an addiction untreated can be far higher.