Kirkby Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres

Ocean Recovery are expert addiction treatment providers who can help people in Kirkby struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. Call the team today on 0800 880 7596 to find out more about our treatment options.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Kirkby

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Kirkby

Are you struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol? Addictions can be extremely difficult to deal with and many addicts struggle with facing their addiction or even admitting that they have an addiction in the first place. It’s not unusual for addicts to feel a great deal of guilt, shame, or self-denial.

However, it’s important to keep in mind that addiction is a disease. It’s a terrible disorder that affects the brain and can completely change the way you think and the way you behave. There is nothing wrong with admitting that you have become a victim of drug or alcohol addiction.

It’s actually important that you address the problems as soon as possible. This is due to the fact that addictions will get worse over time. The urge to consume substances will become stronger and it’s much harder to keep away from substances.

Plus, the longer you continue with your addiction, the more damaging the effects will become. Addiction is a slippery slope and there are some very significant dangers that come with long-term addictions.

If you are looking for a rehab centre in Kirkby, get in touch with us today. Our team is waiting for your call and we can assist you in answering any questions you may have and put you at ease with all of the information you need to get started with your addiction recovery today.


How Do I Know If I Need to Go to Rehab?

This is a question a lot of substance abusers will ask when they are considering the options that are available to get help for their addiction. There is a big misconception that you must be in an extreme state of addiction and that your life must be completely ruined by addiction before you can seek treatment in drug and alcohol rehab.

This is a sad case as it puts many people off wanting to pursue rehab treatments as they believe that their addiction isn’t far enough along to seek treatment. However, the truth is that rehab can be helpful to you no matter what stage your addiction is at.

If drugs or alcohol has made your life more difficult, even if you’re not abusing substances every day or you’ve not been abusing substances for long, rehab can help you and will be very beneficial to you.

There are many treatments available during the rehab process. Each of these treatments can help you with improving your life and will get you on the right path so that you can recover from your addiction.

If you want to find out more about addiction recovery and how we can help you with the process of treating your addiction, get in touch with us today. Our advisors can provide you with free, confidential advice whenever you need it.


How Long Does Rehab Treatment Last?

The length of time that you spend in rehab will depend a lot upon your personal circumstances. There is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to recovering from a drug or alcohol addiction.

If you are attending an inpatient drug rehab facility, it’s likely that your treatment will last for around 28 days. This is the average time that addicts will spend in the rehab centre for recovery. This is considered to be enough time to help you build and learn some new behavioural patterns and to give you all of the tools and skills you need to remain in recovery and stay sober moving forward.

We understand that rehab is a big commitment, especially when you have dependants and a busy lifestyle. This is something that we will talk to you about during your initial talk with us. We will be sure to let you know how long you can expect to stay in rehab based on your initial assessment.


What Does Rehab Treatment Involve?

When you arrive at the rehab centre, a mental health professional or addiction specialist will help you with putting together a treatment plan which will help you with your personal needs and recovery goals.

This will include a wide range of different therapies that can include individual therapy sessions, group therapies, and holistic therapies such as mindfulness, meditation, and yoga.

The aim of rehab is to help you discover and learn more about the underlying issues behind your addiction. It will also help you to find the link between these issues and how they have contributed to or caused the addiction to start in the first place. You will also discover how these addictions are making the addiction worse in the present.

It is very important that you trust the process of your treatment plan. You need to be fully committed to the plan from the start. We understand that your treatment plan may include a range of different treatments and therapies that you are not familiar with. In some cases, you may be a little wary of the treatments or therapies at first. This is completely understandable. However, we would encourage you to approach your rehab treatments with an open mind. It’s important to accept the idea that your treatments are designed to help you.

Our Rehab Facilities

At Ocean Recovery, we are extremely proud of our state-of-the-art facility. We provide residents with the most relaxing stay possible and they can enjoy our modern establishment.

Ocean Recovery Facilities include:

CQC Registered

FREE Transportation Included

Medically Assisted Detoxification

2 Executive, Sea View Double Ensuite Rooms

 8 Double or Single Ensuite Rooms

3 Single Rooms with Dedicated Separate Bathroom

Comfortable Communal Lounge with Piano & Sky TV

Beautiful Modern Dining Lounge

External Courtyard and Outside Seating Area

12 Months FREE Aftercare

Regular Contact with Loved Ones Encouraged

Large Multi-Purpose Group Activity Room with Superb Sea Views

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Facilities at Ocean Recovery

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How to Get Started With Your Rehab Treatment

If you feel like you are ready to acknowledge your addiction and if you are ready to make some real and lasting changes, we would encourage you to get in touch with us today. When you call us, you can speak to an addiction specialist confidentially who will be able to provide you with the advice you need to get started.

Once we have conducted an initial assessment with you during the admissions process, we will be able to find you a bespoke treatment plan that works for you and that will help you successfully work through your addiction problems.

Rehab is a difficult process but it is one that is completely worth it. If you’re ready to transform your life for the better and overcome your addiction problems, get in touch with us today to get started. Call on 0800 880 7596 or email


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 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.

Do addicts have to go to rehab?

Some offenders in the criminal justice system may be required to seek treatment for an 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.

How long do rehab programmes last?

Different rehab programmes will have different durations. Many take 12 weeks, although some may be longer and some shorter. In general terms, a longer stay is likely to have better success rates than a shorter one, but there are always a lot of factors to consider.