Hodge Hill Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres

Substance misuse and addiction have a huge impact on thousands of lives up and down the country.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Hodge Hill

We have Treatment Centres in Hodge Hill

If left unchecked, addiction can wreck your physical and mental health, destroy your relationships and tear your family apart.

Luckily, there is help to be had when you are ready to seek it out. If you are in the grip of an addiction, attending a drug and alcohol rehab in Hodge Hill could be the best thing you ever do.

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Why choose Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Hodge Hill?

The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) defines addiction as “a treatable, chronic medical disease involving complex interactions among brain circuits, genetics, the environment, and an individual’s life experiences”. It adds that “people with addiction use substances or engage in behaviours that become compulsive and often continue despite harmful consequences”.

The fact that addiction changes the way that the brain works and leads to compulsive behaviour means it is very difficult to tackle without expert help. The fact that it is treatable is extremely important, however, and the ASAM further notes that “treatment approaches for addiction are generally as successful as those for other chronic diseases”.

There are a number of options when it comes to addiction treatments but drug or alcohol rehab is generally the most effective. This is because a holistic programme of addiction treatment can be easily delivered in a concentrated and structured way and within a safe, secure and monitored environment. Outpatient rehab can also be valuable but does not allow the individual to focus on their recovery in quite the same way.


What to expect from Rehabilitation

When you enter alcohol or drug rehab you will be expected to participate in a tailored programme of treatments that is specifically designed to help you in your recovery. This recovery usually involves alcohol or drug addiction, but behavioural addictions such as gambling or sex addiction can also be successfully treated in rehab.

Being in rehab is not like being in prison. You will be in a pleasant and tranquil environment, but it will be structured and secure and, while it might seem obvious, you will not be allowed access to drugs or alcohol during your stay.

You will also get the most out of your stay in rehab if you participate fully and honestly in the programme drawn out for you. This can be painful, especially in counselling and therapy sessions, but the more open you are, the more you will tend to gain from these sessions.


The Admissions Process

It’s easy to start the ball rolling: all you need to do is pick up the phone or message us to make that initial enquiry. We also offer family and friend referrals because we are well aware that people struggling with addiction problems are often reluctant to seek help at first. A pre-admission screening will then help us to draw up a personalised treatment plan that will provide you with the very best chance of beating your addiction.


Addiction Treatment Options

Different rehabilitation programmes can offer different approaches and treatments but there are some common elements that you are likely to encounter. The first is a medically supervised drug or alcohol detox, which is much safer and more likely to be successful when undertaken in rehab rather than attempting to go ‘cold turkey’ alone.

This will be accompanied by a range of different treatments aimed at helping you to explore the root causes of your addiction and to change the way you think and act around drugs and alcohol. You will also develop coping mechanisms to help you to avoid relapse once the main part of the programme is over.


Detoxification during Inpatient Rehab

Alcohol and drug detox refers to the process during which you rid yourself of the toxic elements of drugs and alcohol already in your system. This process is usually accompanied by withdrawal symptoms which can be severe, especially for longstanding addictions.

The type of withdrawal symptoms can vary – those experienced in relation to cocaine or cannabis addiction are likely to be more psychological in nature while alcohol withdrawal can have severe physical and mental symptoms such as delirium tremens (the DTs). All withdrawal symptoms can be very difficult to overcome, however, which is why a supervised medical detox is always the safest and most effective option.


Addiction Therapies at Hodge Hill Rehab

You will also undergo a combination of group and individual therapies. These could include psychological techniques such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing, family intervention and mediation, 1-1 recovery planning, trauma and abuse counselling and neurolinguistic programming therapy (NLP therapy). Co-existing mental health conditions may be addressed with dual diagnosis treatment.

At a private drug and alcohol rehab in Hodge Hill, you will also have the chance to participate in well-being therapies such as art, drama and music therapies, mindfulness, acupuncture and low-level laser therapy. As part of our relapse prevention strategy, you will also be offered personalised aftercare plans to provide the support you need after you leave.

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.

What should I bring to Rehab?

You should bring a range of clothes including items for outdoor activities such as walking. You can bring personal items such as photos, reading materials and a journal or diary. You can also bring electronic devices such as laptops and smartphones, but access may be limited until after you have finished your daily treatments. You should also bring toiletries and cash and/or a debit card.

Can I have visitors during Rehab?

You can keep in touch via your phone and using our free WiFi during your free time and you can usually see friends and families on Sunday afternoons. Any visits must be pre-arranged and we will not allow visitors we believe to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

How quickly can I receive Treatment?

We can usually get you into a treatment centre quite quickly, especially compared to NHS services which may be overstretched and tend to offer outpatient treatments only. Once you have gone through the initial admissions process you will be given an admission day on which you will be inducted and move into your new surroundings.