Chiswick Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres

Our approach combines innovative alcohol and drug therapy options with medically assisted detox programmes and a varied choice of inpatient rehab or outpatient rehab.

We also provide a fantastic addiction aftercare programme to help you stay drug or alcohol-free when you’ve completed your treatment. Thanks to our tailored addiction treatment services and recovery programme, our specialist team have helped thousands of people lead happy, sober, and fulfilled lives.

Beating a drug or alcohol addiction is challenging, but our caring and qualified staff are on hand every step of the way. We treat all sorts of drug and alcohol addictions ranging from cocaine, cannabis, heroin, painkillers and prescription drugs.

We believe that anyone can break a drug or alcohol addiction with the right help and a supportive community. Our diverse team of medically trained professionals ranging from psychiatrists, addiction specialists and mental health experts means we treat the whole person, not just the addiction.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Chiswick

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Chiswick

Is Drug And Alcohol Rehab Right For Me?

If your drug or alcohol use is taking over your life, and you don’t know how to stop, then our drug and alcohol rehab centre in Chiswick could be the answer.

Addiction is a compulsion to keep doing something, even if you know it harms you. If you’re addicted to drugs or alcohol, your body craves it. Taking your chosen substance is like a reward; your mind remembers it, and the cycle continues until it becomes an uncontrollable addiction.

If alcohol or drug abuse is taking over your life – affecting your family life, mental health, work or relationships, then it’s time to take action and explore your treatment options.

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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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How Long Will I Stay In Rehab?

Our drug and alcohol rehab clinic in Chiswick is residential, meaning that you will stay with us until you complete your rehab programme. Staff are available 24 hours a day, rooms are welcoming and comfortable, and breakfast, lunch and dinner are provided every day.

When you visit us for your first assessment, our medically trained clinicians will advise you on your length of stay, our admissions process, the rehabilitation process and treatment plans. Depending on your addiction level, you could be at our treatment centre for anything from 10 days to three months.

If you’re here for a supervised detox without the need for therapy, then you’ll be with us for up to 10 days. In most cases, we recommend that you stay with us after your detox, so you have access to the best support possible to help you beat your addiction.

We want all our patients to leave us free from addiction, and a more extended stay at a residential rehab often leads to the best chance of recovery. And if you’re not ready to end your stay with us, you’re welcome to book in for as long as you need.


Detoxing Your Body And Your Mind

Gone are the days when drug or alcohol detoxes involved small rooms and ‘sweating it out.’ These days, the detoxification process is very different; medically trained staff are on hand every step of the way to help you manage withdrawal symptoms. Detoxing is a physical and psychological challenge, and we will look after you throughout the process.

Not all patients need a drug or alcohol detox. Our medical staff will decide if you need a detox or if you can beat your addiction through therapy and group support.

Detoxes usually last for up to 7 days, but some people need more time. Our Drug and alcohol rehab centre in Chiswick is the best place for you to detox under the supervision of empathetic and caring professionals.


Therapies To Improve Your Mental And Physical Health

People who suffer from drug and alcohol addiction often have a mental illness. And people who have a mental illness often have drug and alcohol addictions.

Some people turn to drugs and alcohol to reduce anxiety or numb depression. On the other hand, the side effects from drug and alcohol abuse leads to depression, anxiety, anger and other mental health conditions. Drinking and drug taking intensify mild, pre-existing mental health conditions until life becomes frightening and unmanageable.

Our in-house psychiatrists will work with you during your stay. You may receive a mental health diagnosis, such as depression, anxiety or bipolar disorder. It may be daunting to tackle mental illness on top of addiction. We will develop a personalised support plan – you won’t be alone. Our range of complementary therapies, including cognitive behavioural therapy and group therapy, will further help you on your recovery journey.


Addiction Aftercare And Support When You Need It

The rehab process doesn’t end when you leave our drug and alcohol centre in Chiswick. We know how hard it is to stay addiction-free, especially when you return to familiar places, people, and routines. We focus on addiction relapse prevention, equipping you with the tools you need to stay away from temptations.

You and your family will receive free aftercare for up to a year when you leave us – regular counselling from our trained therapists, as well as access to group therapy. We can help you gradually integrate back into the outside world, giving you the confidence you need to live a fulfilling and addiction-free life.

With the right support package in place, most of our patients cope well when they leave us. If you’ve had a mental health diagnosis during your stay, we will connect you with the best support organisations.


What Does Rehab Cost?

Our costs vary depending on your length of stay and the addiction treatment services you need. If you’re concerned about the financial cost of your drug and alcohol rehabilitation, we can amend the length of your stay to suit your budget.

Call us for a confidential chat – we’re here for you 24 hours

If you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Chiswick, why not give us a call?

We’re available any time of day or night to answer your questions.

Call us on 0800 880 7596 for a friendly chat.

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 convince a family member to get help?

Approaching anyone about their addiction is never easy. Addicts can be quick to feel judged and threatened when approached about their addiction and by approaching them in the wrong way you can actually push them further away from getting the treatment they need.

There is a lot of training and expertise required when staging an intervention and/or convincing someone who you care about to take the necessary steps to overcome their addiction. Approaching them from a place of understanding while also remaining firm about the impact their lifestyle is having on those around them is a necessary balance.

For more information and guidance on this difficult topic, reach out to our helpline and enquire about our family and friend referral schemes.

What Medicines Are Available During Detox?

When reference was earlier made to medically-assisted detox, it should be made clear that the medication prescribed will be done so with your addiction in mind. We will only prescribe medications that do not prove any risk to your recovery or health.

Mostly, we will prescribe certain types of painkillers, tranquillisers, or anti-depressants which will see you through the withdrawal period safely and effectively. Getting your body adjusted to a lack of drugs and/or alcohol is a massive shift for your body, and so making sure you are as safely monitored during this period is of paramount importance.

How do I start my recovery journey?

If you have realised that you are an addict, then you’ve already taken the first step towards recovery. That is a victory that many people cannot face up to. 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.