Havant Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres

Here at Ocean Recovery we offer UK-leading treatments for drug and alcohol addiction. If you are in need of addiction treatment you can call us today on 01253 847 553 to start your recovery journey with us.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Havant

Are you suffering from drug or alcohol addiction in Havant? At your lowest point, but nervous about seeking help? Maybe you’re worried about a friend or family member?

Our drug and alcohol treatment centre in Havant, south-east Hampshire, provides tailored treatment plans to help people live a sober, positive life. We are ideally located between Portsmouth and Chichester.

 

Private Drug and Alcohol Rehab – How It Can Help

Like any disease, you can’t cure alcohol and drug addiction yourself. A severely ill person stays in hospital to get better, and it’s no different for an addict. Think of rehab as a private hospital, but just for people with addictions, with every activity geared around your path to recovery. It’s hard, not to mention dangerous, to come off drugs and alcohol on your own.

Private clinics are usually luxurious, and you’ll have your own bedroom, much like a hotel. You don’t need to worry about tasks such as cooking or putting the bins out. All this is done for you and much more so you can focus on your recovery.

Every patient receives a personalised treatment package, including a medically assisted drug or alcohol detox, based on their needs. Factors such as the length and severity of your addiction and additional requirements such as mental health will be considered.

A large chunk of a typical day in rehab will involve counselling, usually delivered through group meetings, family therapy and one-on-one counselling.

Another benefit of private drug and alcohol rehab is that it helps you with other aspects of your life. The sole aim is to get you substance-free and give you ways to work forwards in your life so that you won’t abuse again.

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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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Benefits Of Private Rehab

There are plenty of benefits for going to private rehab, some of which includes:

  • Education classes about healthy lifestyle. Examples include cookery classes, where we show you how to make healthy, feel-good meals. You may be a good cook already, but you’re welcome to join in.
  • Life skills classes. You can attend information sessions about employability, housing and financial management. Drug addiction is chaotic and can sometimes lead to money problems, job loss, and housing issues. We’ll give you information to help you manage your life and signpost you to outside organisations that can help.
  • Staff on hand 24 hours a day. Recovering from addiction can sometimes feel lonely, even if surrounded by people. You’ll always have someone to speak to if you’re having a low day or struggling with your mental health.
  • Space away from home. Many people choose a rehab away from home for privacy reasons and to avoid temptations that may lead them to take drugs and alcohol. Addicts often find it hard to break their habits as familiar routines and attractions still exist: people, places and routines.

 

Free/NHS Addiction Treatment Options In Hampshire

If you live in Havant, there are also lots of free services to help support you with getting off drugs and alcohol. The NHS offers some, whilst others are provided through charities or non-profit organisations.

Speak to your doctor about your dependency, and they’ll signpost or refer you to a local service. It’s a good idea to chat to a doctor you feel comfortable with and one that knows your medical history so they can get you the support you need. Some services include:

Inclusion Recovery Hampshire: An addiction service local to Havant. Works with people struggling with addiction and their family and friends. Call 0300 124 0103 or 0300 330 2001 for the out-of-hours service.

Catch 22: Specialist drug advice service for young people under 25 in Hampshire. Catch 22 signposts young people to services in their area and educates them about drugs.

Morph: An advice service run by former addicts, serving people struggling with addiction in Southampton. Call 023 8021 6009 or email morphin@southamptonvs.org.uk.

 

What Is Private Detox?

Detox means stopping taking drugs or alcohol and allowing your body to free itself from toxic substances. At rehab, alcohol and drug detox can take up to two weeks.

It can be challenging to suddenly stop using, as your body is used to regular doses of toxins. Most patients experience uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms such as feeling generally unwell, shakes, nausea and vomiting, muscle pain and fatigue. Mental health tends to suffer during detox, and people often feel anxious and depressed.

Medical staff keep a close eye on all patients during detox and can prescribe short-term medication to be reduced over time to help with:

  • Reducing cravings for drugs and alcohol
  • Taking the edge off withdrawal symptoms
  • Improving your mental health

Detoxification is tough to go through, but essential if you want to get the best out of rehab.

 

Therapies In Private Rehab

Talking about your addiction and the reasons behind it can have a profound effect on your recovery. Therapy helps you accept and forgive yourself and gives you a plan of action to help you stay sober in the future.

The benefit of private drug and alcohol rehab is the wide range of therapies you can access. Our Havant rehab centre focuses on talking therapies such as CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy) and DBT (dialectical behavioural therapy) to help you transform your thinking. 12 Step programmes also play a vital role in the recovery process.

All our therapists are registered with the BACP (The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy), so you can be safe knowing they are experts in their field.

 

What Is Aftercare?

Our aftercare guides you to choose positive actions over negative actions.

One of the key aims of rehab is relapse prevention, where we help you recognise your cues and the drivers behind your addiction. We’ve found that many people relapse because they aren’t managing their emotions, often turning to drink or drugs, thinking it will make them feel better. You’ll still have support as a private rehab patient when you go home.

Support groups, family therapy, 24-hour support lines and a dedicated aftercare worker are all designed to keep you on the right path.

 

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Get in touch TODAY on 01253 847 553, or fill in the contact form on our website. We’ll get back to you immediately.

 

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 start my recovery journey?

If you have realised that you are a drug or alcohol addict, then you’ve already taken the first step towards recovery. You should then do some research to assess your treatment options. Taking the time to find the right path for you will mean that the treatment has a better chance of working and decrease the risk of relapsing in the future. Our admissions team at Ocean Recovery can help you throughout this process.

Does rehab work?

There is no magic ‘cure’ for addiction. Recovery is an ongoing process but drug and alcohol rehab can give you the very best chance to make a long-lasting recovery and take back control of your life. All our addiction recovery programmes are built on a strong evidence base and years of experience. This makes rehab a wise choice for anyone wanting to break free from the misery of addiction.

What is an admissions process?

Our admissions process is designed to ensure that you get the help you need in a treatment centre that is right for you. This will involve confidential pre-admission screening to ask about things like your physical and mental health and details about your substance use. This can be used to tailor our treatment services specifically for your own individual circumstances.