Drug and Alcohol Rehab In London - Addiction Treatment Centre

Ocean Recovery Centre provides drug and alcohol rehab in London at our specialist addiction treatment centres – we have helped thousands of individuals and families who are living or working in London and surrounding areas.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in London

Contact us today on 01253 847 553 or text HELP to 83222 for more information on how we can help you with your addiction recovery.

London has had a history with addiction under its population, and recent studies have shown that alcohol related deaths are on the rise. In a recent study performed by the NHS, 20% of people who had participated, reported that they have drank alcohol on 5 separate days in the last 7 days.

A large percentage of those people who had drank in that time, had also drank more than 6 units in a single day.

Often, drug taking and drinking that much can lead to severe diseases and even death. However, substance abuse is addictive, and many people are unable stop without professional support.

If you are one of those people who are struggling to overcome alcohol or drugs, our drug and alcohol rehab London could be the solution for you! We offer comprehensive recovery programmes for anyone who is struggling with an addiction.

 

What should I expect from Drug and Alcohol Rehab treatment in London?

Ocean Recovery Centre has treated thousands of people suffering with alcohol and drug addiction, in order to help them better and prolong their lives. The residential rehab programme we offer runs for 10 to 28 days depending on your needs, and the severity of your situation. We do emphasise on staying at the rehab treatment clinic for the whole duration and to consider the risks of leaving rehab early before departing.

As our rehab is located in Blackpool, you must leave your local home and move into our state-of-the art drug and alcohol rehab centre. However, we do offer the option to transport you from your home, to our rehab centre in Blackpool.

Once you’ve made the courageous decision to join our drug and alcohol rehab, we will take you through a pre-screening assessment where we can review your physical and psychological health and answer any further questions you may have. If you’re happy to proceed, we can set an admissions date for you to join our rehab centre.

Upon your arrival at our treatment centre, you will be welcomed in by our very capable team of recovery workers, soon after, you will begin the most life-changing experience you’ll ever go through. The first step of your journey to a life without an addiction to alcohol or drugs, is a detox.

 

What happens during The Detoxification Process?

A medical drug and alcohol detox is the process of getting rid of all the harmful toxins in your body. During rehabilitation, it can take some time to fully get rid of those toxins, but we do it in the safest way possible within our controlled environment.

A drug and alcohol detox aren’t without its risks, as withdrawal symptoms will most likely occur during this process.

These withdrawal symptoms could vary from feeling a bit sick, to life-threatening conditions like delirium tremens. This is why we employ medical professionals who can help you in case the worst symptoms come in to play.

It’s vital that you undergo a detox in a professional setting like our drug and alcohol rehab in London, otherwise you’re putting yourself under immense pressure and taking unnecessary risks.

Many attempts to detox at home without the support of an expert recovery team result in ineffective, painful detoxifications. These ‘at home’ detox’s even have the potential to be fatal, thus highlighting the importance of seeking specialist support.

 

Will I benefit more from Residential Treatment?

If you’ve ever tried to recover from drug and alcohol addiction before, then you’ll understand just how difficult this is. Try not to feel disheartened if you’ve experienced failed attempts at recovery.

Unless you’ve joined a residential treatment programme at a private rehab, you haven’t given yourself the best opportunity to achieve a full recovery. This is what our drug and alcohol rehab in London can give you, unparalleled support in a recovery focused environment with an exceptional team who will guide you every step of the way along your recovery journey.

Attempting to recover outside of a residential setting, for example at home or using outpatient treatment services, is extremely difficult.

At a residential treatment centre, you have the added benefit of being able to physically remove yourself from the habitual environment where you’re likely used to abusing alcohol or drugs.

Distancing yourself from the distractions and negative influences of home life increases your chances of recovering as efficiently and effectively as possible, whilst also reducing the risk of relapsing.

Over the years, it’s become very common to see people who’re suffering from drug or alcohol addiction in denial about their situation. This makes it even more difficult to realise that you require urgent support.

If you or someone you know is struggling to recognise that help is needed, there are some key indicators to look out for. If you’re experiencing conflict with friends or family members as a result of increased anxiety or lack of interest in socialisation, this could be due to your substance abuse.

Addiction can also severely affect your mental health, leaving you at much higher risk of developing serious anxiety, depression, and even suicide.

It’s also possible that your career is suffering as you struggle to focus or function properly without consistent alcohol or drugs consumption, leading you to a potential job loss.

If you recognise any of these signs, it’s imperative that you contact our rehab centre straight away.

 

Will I get addiction treatment Aftercare Support?

Our drug and alcohol rehab in London will continue to support you even after you’ve completed your residential treatment.

We offer all of our clients a free aftercare treatment programme for 12 months to aid with the transition back into homelife with the aim to prevent any potential relapses.

Call Ocean Recovery on 01253 847 553 for more information on what we can offer you at our professional rehab centre.

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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.

What is the difference between inpatient and outpatient rehab?

When deciding on what addiction treatment centre is better for your individual needs, the first thing to decide is wether or not a residential treatment centre is where you want to go.

Inpatient residential treatment

Undergoing addiction treatment at an inpatient rehab treatment centre is beneficial for those that are overcome with addiction and it is negatively impacting how they live their day to day live. Attending Inpatient treatment centre means you will leave the distractions of your day to day life behind so you can focus on your own journey to addiction recovery. As part of your stay, you will have access to round the clock care from some of the leading industry addiction experts along with homely accommodation.

Outpatient treatment

Outpatient treatment offers the same therapy options as inpatient treatment, however as the individual does not stay as a resident, they continue to live their day to day life which could compromise recovery as they are continuing t be around potential triggers. Outpatient treatment is a cheaper option and benefits individuals who have less serve addictions.

How do I pay for rehab?

When looking for a rehab centre it is important to asses all aspects including the financial side. Most rehabs accept insurance and require an initial deposit and full payment after your first few days. Make sure you check with the rehab to ensure they can accommodate your payment needs.

How long should I go to rehab for?

The severity of your addiction will depend on the recommended time you should attend an addiction treatment centre. The length of your stay will be based on your individual needs and can be discussed during your initial admissions process. Treatment for addiction can range from 14 days to 3 months deepening on a variety of different factors.