We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Lincoln

However, only a small fraction of those battling addictions will secure the treatment that they so desperately need.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres In Lincoln

If you have become addicted to a substance, attending a drug and alcohol rehab in Lincoln is in your best interest.

If you have attempted to locate a drug and alcohol rehab in Lincoln, yet find yourself at a loss, why not contact us?

Here at Ocean Recovery Centre, we can provide you with the physical and psychological support you need to overcome your addiction once and for all.

If you want to live a life free from drugs or alcohol and secure a future free from all of the struggles that come hand-in-hand with addictions, we are here to help you do just that.

 

Taking The First Step In Securing Addiction Recovery Treatment At A Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Lincoln

Irrespective of whether you have become reliant on prescription drugs, cocaine, heroin or alcohol, as you come to realise that you are indeed struggling with an addiction to alcohol or drugs, it is essential that you look to secure professional help as soon as possible.

To ensure that you obtain the help and support you need, calling us is an ideal first step.  Although the thought of having to discuss your addiction may leave you feeling somewhat uneasy, our specialists will be able to speak to you over the phone and provide you with immediate guidance.

Not only will this help you understand the treatment that is available to you, but it will also ensure that you have the chance to ask any questions you may have about our services.

Although you may have initially set out to attend a drug and alcohol rehab in Lincoln, our private residential rehab is located in Blackpool.

While the thought of being away from your friends and family may be daunting, we can assure you that attending a rehab away from your hometown is in your best interest.

This is because you will have the opportunity to remove yourself from your day-to-day life and focus solely on overcoming your addiction.

If you decide to attend our drug and alcohol rehab in Blackpool, we will provide you with a suitable admission date when you contact us.  In many cases, we aim to offer treatment to individuals who contact us within a relatively short time frame.  Often, we are able to welcome individuals to our centre within days of them contacting us.

As you enter our centre, our team of medical professionals will first conduct an admission assessment.  This assessment will enable our team to determine how your addiction has impaired your life and the treatment you require.

This assessment will also ensure that you are fit to progress through an intense rehabilitation treatment programme.

 

Detoxification

As you commence treatment, you will first be required to detox from the substance that you have become addicted to.  Throughout the detoxification process, you will stop consuming drugs or alcohol and go cold turkey on the substances that have controlled your life in a safe environment.

It is imperative that you detox in our centre as there are various dangers associated with detoxification when it is not medically induced.  For example, withdrawal symptoms will be encountered, which could ultimately cause you to relapse.

Considering this, the ability to take advantage of the around the clock care and support that we provide will ensure that any withdrawal symptoms are managed.

 

Rehabilitation

Having successfully detoxed from the substance you have become addicted to, your treatment’s next stage will typically consist of rehabilitation.

Throughout the rehabilitation stage of treatment, you will encounter various psychological and well-being therapies, all of which will help you come face-to-face with the factors that have caused your addiction to arise.

While the thought of therapy may seem intimidating, we believe that through therapy and psychological intervention, you will be able to re-arm yourself with new coping mechanisms instead of turning to drugs or alcohol when you feel the urge to do so.

As a result, these coping mechanisms will essentially diminish your risk of relapse and enable you to make a long-term recovery.

The therapy that you encounter will entirely depend on your personal circumstances and your addiction recovery needs.  However, the following therapies are often administered;

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
  • Bereavement Counselling
  • Trauma Counselling
  • Stress Management
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Family Mediation
  • Art and Music Therapy
  • Relaxation and Sleep Management
  • Low-Level Laser Therapy

 

Aftercare Support Is Provided By Ocean Recovery Centre

When you attend our private residential rehab centre in Blackpool, the treatment and support provided to you does not come to an end when you leave our centre.  In fact, attending our centre is just the first step in your recovery.

As and when the time is right for you to return home and resume your everyday life, we will continue to support you with 12-months of free aftercare support.

Unlike drug and alcohol rehabs in Lincoln, our aftercare support consists of regular group catch-up sessions and individual therapy.

It is essential that you take advantage of the aftercare support we provide you with.  Failure to do so could see you more prone to relapse, especially within the first year of your recovery.

 

Contact Us Today For Drug and Alcohol Rehab Support

If you have been silently suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction, and now believe that the time is right for you to take advantage of the treatment that is readily available to you, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Regardless of whether you want to find out more about our treatment options, programmes, aftercare support or facility, we welcome you to call us today on 01253 530 553.

While taking the first step in overcoming your addiction is often the hardest, we promise that doing so will enable you to live a happier and healthier life.

 

Sources

https://www.addictioncenter.com/addiction/addiction-in-the-uk/

https://alcoholchange.org.uk/alcohol-facts/fact-sheets/alcohol-statistics