Huddersfield Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres
Our drug and alcohol rehab centres that serve Huddersfield currently have availability. Call our admissions team for further information 01253 847 553.
For many people in Huddersfield experiencing drug and alcohol dependence, the first sign they’re ready to make a positive change comes with saying “I need help with drugs and alcohol”. A good place to start is by seeking out support groups in the local area. For some people, simply joining a local group is enough to get the support they need with alcohol withdrawal.
But for others, more intensive support and treatments are necessary. This is particularly true if the problem has become so acute that it’s affecting personal relationships and work.
GPs can help with referrals to drug and alcohol rehab centres. Sometimes though, the individual prefers to take ownership themselves, conducting their own research into nearby alcohol recovery centres. These can be found simply by Googling “drug and alcohol rehab near me”.
At Ocean Recovery Centre, we offer a range of withdrawal treatment programs and long-term alcohol recovery strategies to help people regain control of their lives and bodies.
Our experienced, caring team of professionals at the Huddersfield rehabilitation centre are committed to your treatment and sustainable recovery. To speak to a member of our team in the strictest confidence, please call us on 01253 847 553 or complete the contact form below.
Do I Need Alcohol Withdrawal Treatment?
What are the signs indicating that you need alcohol withdrawal treatment? Alcohol is a such big part of the British way of life and drinking is a socially acceptable activity for most of us. However, it’s become a problem if:
- you drink during the day on a regular basis
- other people have commented on how much you drink
- you find that you often forget the things you have said and done when drunk
- you can drink a lot more without feeling the effects than you used to (increased tolerance levels)
- your appetite or weight have been affected
- you often feel anxious or depressed
Perhaps you know you’re drinking too much but you’ve convinced yourself and others you have it under control. Or perhaps the idea of going without a drink makes you feel stressed and anxious. These are both signs of denial – a major part of addiction.
If you know in your heart that you have a problem but you feel unwell without a drink, you may have become physically dependent on alcohol. If this is the case, you need help immediately.
What Is A Rehabilitation Program From Our Huddersfield Clinic?
Drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs involve a variety of different treatments tailored to your specific needs. The overall aim is to help you stop drinking excessive amounts of alcohol and taking drugs – our entire team here at Huddersfield are truly committed to your recovery.
Like other addictions, a dependancy alters the chemistry of the brain and it changes your ability to reason and to make informed choices. That’s why, even when you know you shouldn’t drink, your brain tricks you into thinking you don’t have a problem.
What Is Our Huddersfield Drug and Alcohol Rehab Clinic Like?
Our Huddersfield clinic is a supportive, safe place in which you can recover under the watch of our talented and caring medical staff. You might wonder, “How long does drug and alcohol rehabilitation take in your Huddersfield clinic?”. You’ll be with us for 28 days.
At last, your body will have the chance to repair itself from the damage alcohol has caused. It is important that you stay with us at the Huddersfield clinic throughout the entire 28 day process, as you may experience Severe Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms or Delirium Tremens. These are serious conditions that will require you to be looked after by experts – please do not attempt to go home.
However difficult those early stages are, it’s important you keep in mind that you are taking back control of your life. That new-found freedom far outweighs any pain.
Therapy and Aftercare
During your time with us, we will work closely with you to help you understand how you became addicted to drugs or alcohol in the first place. Once you have answers to this and other important life questions, you will be well on the way to long-term freedom from addiction.
At the end of the 28 days you will feel much better and more in control than you have in a long time but that’s only the beginning of your journey.
Our aim is to equip you with the skills you need for life-long freedom from addiction. Our non-judgmental, highly experienced team are here to help and support you through every stage of your journey. Many are recovering alcoholics themselves so they really understand first-hand what you have been experiencing. We offer a broad range of treatments including holistic therapy, group therapy and one-to-one counselling.