Liverpool Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Liverpool

Ocean Recovery provides residential drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool. Our rehab clinic uses different treatment options and treatment plans that can lead to a full recovery.

Drug and Alcohol abuse in the UK has always been a long-standing problem. Many individuals use both substances as a way to enjoy themselves without taking into account any potential consequences that can come with continued use of drugs and alcohol.

The use of drugs in the UK is for the most part illegal although the number of individuals suffering from drug addictions is rising each year, there are many factors that can be attributed to the rise such as more awareness surrounding addiction-related issues, the growing illegal drug trafficking network in the UK and changing opinions on drug use.

Alcohol use in the UK is showing no signs of slowing down as it remains completely legal with very limited restrictions on its use in England.

The UK has a long history of alcohol abuse with drinking alcohol mostly viewed as a positive activity, and in most cases, when drunk in moderation, it can do no harm and be an enjoyable social activity.

However, there is clearly a dark side to alcohol use that not many people see. Alcohol can do little harm when drank in small amounts – but in larger amounts, it has the potential to ruin your life.

Find out more about drug and alcohol rehab treatments on this page. Ocean Recovery is a residential rehab which provides a number of treatment options to residents at our centre. Give us a call today to find out more on 01253 847 553.

 

Liverpool Drug and Alcohol Addiction

Regular substance abuse can lead to serious health issues, ranging from severe liver problems to tremors and death.

The government releases a new guideline every few years on alcohol intake – and where the line between healthy use and unhealthy abuse is drawn. Yet – many people do not adhere to these guidelines. This is not due to choice, but alcohol is simply very addictive.

This is very apparent in the city of Liverpool, which was named the worse in the UK for drug admissions to hospitals. In 2014/15 the city had 12,000 alcohol-related hospital admissions with 243 deaths relating to alcohol in 2015.

Do you live in Liverpool or the North West, and you struggle with keeping your drinking habits in order? It is not too late. You can get help today for addiction and it is simple to find a rehab centre near you.

At Ocean Recovery Centre, we offer residential treatment for drug and alcohol rehab Liverpool.

For those that are tired of the problems substance abuse brings, but cannot stop without help, call us today for alcohol addiction treatment on 01253 847 553.

 

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The Effects Addiction Has On The Brain

Once you become dependent on drugs and alcohol, you will see a rapid change in your mood and mental state of mind when the desired effects of the substance you are using wear off.

There are a few reasons for this, as there may already be underlying causes for your drug addiction or alcohol abuse and dependence. People who suffer from depression and anxiety often self-medicate by drinking alcohol or taking drugs; this can lead to a vicious cycle and may require dual diagnosis treatment at our drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool.

Users can experience decreased anxiety or depression in the short term, but prolonged use actually lowers your natural serotonin levels which regulate the happy feeling in the brain.

This results in you feeling worse the next day and your body can only return to a normal state by giving it the harmful substance that has now become dependent on which in turn can have a more negative effect on an individual’s mental health.

 

Residential Rehab Programmes in Liverpool

If you’re keen to start the recovery process, our drug and alcohol rehab Liverpool facilities here at Ocean Recovery are readily available.

Our aim at our drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool is to tackle addiction head-on. We follow structured, consistent and tested treatment rehabilitation programmes which include therapies such as individual therapy which are known to carry high success rates.

We ensure a personalised approach is followed to advance your private treatment progression and provide a comfortable and safe environment to recover. We ensure that no distractions or influences are present, helping you move efficiently through addiction treatments.

Through our consistent use of leading addiction treatments, the guidance of our rehab specialists, our holistic approach to rehab, our positive and healthy environments and our passion to help, we can help you return home to Liverpool, sober.

Likewise, we provide everything to hand to promote comfort, while also easing you back into everyday life. You’ll leave our residential rehab prepared for a future without drugs and alcohol.

Invest into residential drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool for a truly positive, worthwhile and life-changing rehab experience. Experience the true benefits of achieving addiction recovery, with our help. If you feel ready to rehabilitate and are looking to seek treatment, get in touch with our team today on 01253 847 553.

 

How Our Drug and Alcohol Rehab Liverpool Service Works

When you begin treatment at our residential rehab, you will have access to all of our world-class rehab facilities. Our rehab in Liverpool wants to ensure that you receive the best addiction treatment available, which is why we provide every resident with their own treatment programme.

Find out more about our residential treatment below.

Drug or Alcohol Addiction Detox

The first step toward becoming drug and alcohol-free is medical detox.

Drug or alcohol detox is the process of clearing all harmful toxins from your body by quitting the drug or alcohol addiction cold turkey. Prolonged use of drugs and alcohol means that your body has become tolerant of addictive substances in your bloodstream.

The only way to clear all harmful toxins from your body is by completely stopping drug and alcohol intake. If your addiction is more severe then a more gradual reduction is also considered during the detox stage.

During your medically assisted detox, you may experience withdrawal symptoms which can be quite uncomfortable and hard to manage. Depending on the severity of your addiction, the withdrawal symptoms you experience can be mild to severe, and prescription medication can be provided to help alleviate any of these withdrawal symptoms by our medical professionals.

  • Mild symptoms include abdominal cramps, nausea and muscle/bone aches.
  • Moderate symptoms include diarrhoea, fatigue and vomiting.
  • Serious symptoms include increased anxiety, tremors, hypertension and a dangerously high heart rate.

It is for the above reasons that we strongly recommend that no individual attempts to detox at home, as the withdrawal effects can be life-threatening. It is also much harder to do a detox alone without the support of medical professionals and other peers, which is why people outside of rehab centres have much higher relapse rates.

Upon successful completion of your medical detox, you will start the next phase of private rehab treatment which is more focused on healing the mind.

Our Therapy Treatments

At our inpatient rehab, you will receive intensive therapy which includes daily counselling sessions with qualified therapists, regular support groups and several therapy sessions such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).

CBT is designed to help you understand your mind better so you can have more control when exhibiting addictive behaviours. This will also help you with any cravings and triggers that you may experience when returning to normal life upon completion of your rehab programme.

Other therapy sessions include individual therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy, and family therapy which helps family members to feel close and have some understanding of you and your drug and alcohol addiction.

We have a wide range of rehab plans available to residents in the Liverpool area with our experienced team committed to helping you build up a better life for yourself.

To find out more about our drug rehab and alcohol rehab in Liverpool, please call our admissions team today on 01253 847 553.

 

Dual Diagnosis Treatment Options

For anyone who struggles with mental health issues as well as a drug and alcohol addiction, our team at Ocean Recovery can provide dual diagnosis treatment at our rehab in Liverpool.

Mental health problems such as depression and anxiety unfortunately occur frequently in people who have problems with drug abuse or alcohol misuse. This can be experienced as either a side effect or as withdrawal symptoms of drug and alcohol addiction, or pre-existing mental health conditions.

During our admissions process, you will be asked a number of questions about the type and severity of your drug addiction or alcoholism, your location, and whether you suffer from any mental health issues.

This allows our rehab in Liverpool to prepare a personalised treatment programme for you which aims to treat your body and mind. Our private rehab gives you the best chance at achieving a full recovery and living a sober life after you have left our rehab centre.

Call us today on 01253 847 553 or fill out our contact form to find out more about our dual diagnosis treatment at our drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool.

 

What Happens After Addiction Rehab?

Recovery from addiction is an ongoing journey and doesn’t end when you leave our treatment centre.

Once you return to your normal daily routine you will be faced with the same challenges you had prior to your stay at our inpatient rehab. The first few months after you have received addiction treatment at our rehab clinic will be some of the most difficult.

This is why it is crucial for you to keep up with the aftercare services that are provided by our team.

At Ocean Recovery you are provided with 12 months of free aftercare to guide you through the transition process and ensure you can adapt to the skills and techniques you developed from relapse prevention planning during your treatment and therapy sessions.

Find out more about our alcohol and drug rehab centre by getting in contact with our team. You can either call on 01253 847 553, or fill out our contact form and we will get back in touch with you.

 

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 long is drug and alcohol rehab?

Each individuals journey with addiction recovery is different. There are many factors to consider when determining how long an individual will need at rehab like the time they have been addicted, what substance they are addicted to, their age, and even metabolism. Typical rehab lasts between 7 days – 3 months. The best way to determine how long you should attend rehab will be to call our specialist addiction rehab team today.

How do I get help for my addiction?

There are numerous charities and other organisations that can help people struggling with addiction. You can talk to your GP, who will be able to advise you on the next steps. Or you can contact us for help and advice with complete confidentiality. Residential rehab is the best way to treat serious addiction problems and you can get the ball rolling with a simple phone call or by sending us a message. We also offer support for family and friends if you are concerned about a loved one.

What does rehab cost?

The cost will depend on the length of stay, from a 7-day residential stay to a full 28-day-plus residential rehab with detox. You can contact us today and request a callback to discuss the cost of a stay in rehab in complete confidence. It’s worth remembering that the cost of leaving an addiction untreated can be far higher.