Drug and Alcohol Rehab Harrow Weald

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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Options

There is a wide range of treatment options available, choosing the right one for you is an important decision as what works for one person, might not necessarily work for you. Free addiction treatment is available with the NHS which offers a mixture of therapies such as outpatient care, counselling, and detoxification programmes; it’s important to note that the majority of NHS addiction treatments are offered as outpatient care rather than inpatient. Whilst free addiction treatment might sound attractive, this process can sometimes take weeks, even months, to access. The other downside to NHS treatment is that you’ll likely receive a generic treatment programme to follow as they’re unable to offer a personalised service to each individual due to a lack of resources and funding.

In comparison, private drug and alcohol rehab centres typically welcome you onto a personalised treatment programme within 48 hours of making your initial contact with their admissions team. This quick turnaround can be very helpful towards your overall recovery as you don’t have as much time to rethink your decision or potentially decide not to go ahead with your rehabilitation.

Outpatient vs Inpatient Rehab

Private rehab offers both outpatient and inpatient treatment services, we can help you to decide which would be best for your rehabilitation. When receiving outpatient treatment, you will continue to live at home for the duration of your treatment whilst visiting the rehab each day for scheduled therapy sessions.

Outpatient treatment is the most flexible treatment option as you can remain in control of your home routine and have the adaptability to work around any other commitments you may have. However, we don’t recommend outpatient treatment for anyone who has a severe addiction to alcohol or drugs or if you’re likely to be distracted by your home environment whilst undergoing treatment. As an outpatient, you’ll also lose the advantage of having a safe space to share your experience with like-minded residents and an effective environment to undergo your detox.

In comparison to outpatient treatment, inpatient rehab, also known as residential rehab, means that you’ll stay overnight in the rehab centre for the duration of your addiction treatment. There are many benefits to residential rehab, particularly if you’re suffering from a severe drug or alcohol addiction. You can take advantage of a recovery focused environment without any external influences or distractions. You’ll also benefit from 24/7 expert support from our team of recovery workers every step of the way along your road to recovery.

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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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Drug and Alcohol Detoxification Process

All treatment programmes at our drug and alcohol rehab Harrow Weald are personalised to suit each individual, however, we generally recommend that most of our clients undergo a drug and alcohol detox. A medical detoxification is the process of removing the addictive substances from your body by gradually reducing your intake in a safe and controlled setting. It’s crucial that you only ever undergo a detoxification under the supervision of medical professionals otherwise you’ll be putting yourself at high risk of danger.

The detoxification process can be unpleasant for some people as withdrawal symptoms can be quite common. These symptoms occur when you significantly reduce your consumption of drugs and alcohol leading to the feelings of withdrawal and cravings. These withdrawal symptoms could include mild nausea, dizziness, headaches, and the more serious symptoms of delirium tremens (the DT’s), seizures or insomnia. With the support of our dedicated team, we can administer prescribed medication to ease the discomfort of any withdrawal symptoms.

Personalised Aftercare for your Addiction Treatment

All good quality rehab centres should provide every client with a comprehensive aftercare plan. This aftercare plan is key to the success of your overall rehabilitation as you continue to recover at home once you’ve left our drug and alcohol rehab Harrow Weald. All of our clients receive a free aftercare plan for 12 months after their treatment programme with us. This will include dedicated helplines whenever you need them, access to local support networks such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous, and additional therapy sessions including cognitive behavioural therapy, counselling, and relapse prevention.

 

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.

When should I stage an intervention

Arranging an intervention for a loved one who’s suffering from drug and alcohol addiction can potentially be lifesaving. With the support of an expert mediator from our rehab in Harrow, an intervention can be extremely useful in helping your loved one to accept their addiction and accept that they need professional support. Perhaps your loved one is behaving secretively, displaying aggressive behaviour, having issues at work or school or with their health, or maybe you’ve noticed their physical appearance deteriorating; this is now the time when an intervention is essential.

How much does drug and alcohol rehab cost?

The cost of drug and alcohol rehab is dependent on a few different factors. Firstly, which treatment options you select, whether you undergo treatment as an outpatient or you join a residential rehab. Secondly, what kind of rehab programme you follow and whether you’ve chosen to receive free treatment with the NHS or you’ve selected a private rehab. Whatever the case, drug and alcohol addiction treatment is available to anyone, no matter your budget so please don’t let this be a barrier to seeking out support.

How long does drug and alcohol rehab take?

Again, the duration of your treatment can vary depending on the severity of your addiction to alcohol or drugs and on your own personal circumstances. Studies have shown that the longer a person spends at a rehab clinic, the more likely they are to remain free from drug and alcohol addiction once they complete their programme. This is typically because with a longer treatment programme, you’ll have more time to adjust to the detox process and to spend time with the addiction experts at our drug and alcohol rehab Harrow Weald.