Paddington Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres

Our success rates are high, and most of our clients leave our treatment centre drug and alcohol-free.

Our specialist team consists of medical professionals and addiction experts. We offer a comprehensive menu of addiction treatments. Some of the more common addictions include cocaine addiction, cannabis addiction, heroin addiction, alcohol addiction, painkiller addiction and prescription drug addiction.

By visiting this website, you have made a great start on your road to long-term recovery. You will learn more about the rehab process and its stages if you read on. And if you are a family member or friend concerned about a loved one, you can find all the information you need on this page.

If you prefer to call us for a chat and learn about our admission services, we are here for you 24 hours a day. Just contact us on 0800 880 7596. We are more than happy to answer your questions.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Paddington

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Paddington

What Is Drug And Alcohol Rehab?

If you want to beat a drug or alcohol addiction, then it’s recommended that you stay at a rehab centre in Paddington. Rehab is a combination of detoxification (where drugs or alcohol are removed from your body), treatment plans and aftercare (support when you leave our treatment centre).

A stay at our drug and alcohol rehab centre in Paddington is ideal if you live or in Paddington. If you choose to stay with us (this is called inpatient rehab), knowing that you are close to home often aids in your recovery.

If you choose to be treated in your own home, this is classed as outpatient rehab.  You will still have access to treatment options, rehab programmes, and support groups, much like you would if you stayed at our Paddington clinic. You will likely be treated at home, receiving outpatient treatment if you have a mild drug or alcohol addiction.

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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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What Does A Typical Day Look Like At A Rehabilitation Centre?

You will benefit from structure and support if you choose to stay with us via inpatient rehab at our Paddington clinic.

The day is divided into morning, afternoon and evening activities with a wide range of talking therapies to choose from and free time to focus on things you enjoy, such as reading. All activities are focused on your rehabilitation. You will take part in individual or group therapy. Here you can meet other people, often inspiring and supporting each other on your recovery journey.

You will also benefit from complementary therapies and wellness activities such as cognitive behavioural therapy, yoga and meditation.


The Stages Of Drug And Alcohol Rehab In Paddington

A life free from drugs and alcohol doesn’t happen overnight – it happens gradually. You may have tried to wean yourself off drugs or alcohol on your own, and we know how tough that can be. Without a team of professionals and treatment options in place, trying to stop taking drugs or alcohol is like a stab in the dark.

The first stage is the detoxification process, where we gradually reduce drugs or alcohol from your system. We help you manage any withdrawal symptoms and often administer private drugs to aid in your recovery. This leads us to the next stage – your rehabilitation.

The rehabilitation stage consists of a tailored treatment plan and talking therapies to help you tackle any mental health challenges you may face. Our aim is to help you come off drugs or alcohol for life, and we know how challenging that can be. We are here for you every step of the way.


How Long Will I Stay At Ocean Recovery?

You could be with us for anything from 10 days to three months. Our team is approachable and friendly and understands the complexities of drug and alcohol addiction.


Healing The Whole Person

At our drug and alcohol rehab centre in Paddington, we are confident that anyone is capable of change. And with the best help and therapy options, we believe that you can beat your drug and alcohol addiction for good.

People often have mental health issues alongside a drug or alcohol addiction. We understand that you will need support to manage your mental health when you come off drugs or alcohol. You may be already be taking medication to manage a pre-existing mental health condition and have strategies in place to help you cope when things get tough.

You could be diagnosed with a mental health condition during the rehab process. This could come as a shock or surprise. Our medical experts may suggest that you take private drugs to help ease the challenging symptoms of mental health disorders such as bipolar, depression or anxiety.

We will work with you to create a unique support plan to help you manage any diagnosis.


What Happens When I Leave The Rehabilitation Centre?

Don’t worry – you can still access support when you leave our drug and alcohol centre in Paddington.

We offer a fantastic package of free aftercare for a year if you complete your inpatient rehab programme in the form of group therapy and support groups.

It can be a challenge to stay free of drugs and alcohol when you return to your old life. We know that you don’t want a relapse – this means taking drugs or alcohol after you have left our rehab centre. We understand how frustrating, upsetting and damaging this could be to you and your family members. We will devise a relapse prevention plan to help you stay focused.


Call Us Anytime To Talk About Treatment Options

Our team are here for you when you are ready to talk.

If you are keen to learn more about drug and alcohol rehab in Paddington and if it’s right for you, call us on 0800 880 7596.

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

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.

Do addicts have to go to rehab?

Some offenders in the criminal justice system may be required to seek treatment for addiction but for most addicts, there is no obligation to go to rehab. A rehab programme is also far more likely to be effective if the person genuinely wishes to change and participates fully in the therapies and treatments made available.

Some people struggling with addiction may be in denial or become defensive. We can offer support for family, friends and others who may be concerned about a loved one. This could include confidential advice on how to talk to the person about their addiction, or even a guided addiction intervention service.

Is detox painful?

The detoxification process can be painful but the type of physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms experienced can vary widely depending on the substance involved and other factors. Alcohol withdrawal, for example, can lead to physical symptoms such as headaches, muscle pain, shakes, tremors and even seizures. It is always best to undergo detox in a supervised setting such as rehab.

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.