March Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres

Addiction is a problem that many people face worldwide. It can feel isolating, exhausting and it can feel as if the never-ending spiral is getting out of control. The good thing is that you are never alone.

Rehab centres exist across all parts of the country, with professional medical personnel and therapists that are trained to ensure your recovery is smooth and successful – contact us at Ocean Recovery to find out more.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab March

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in March

There are different types and severities of addictions. For example, drug addiction is complex. Some people are addicted to legal or illegal substances. Some people are addicted to alcohol. No matter what the addiction is, all types of addiction can ruin lives.

You may have felt withdrawn, depressed or anxious, you may have damaged friendships and relationships, and your career may have been put on hold. However, there is a way to manage your addiction and take that important step to recovery.

At Ocean Recovery Centre, you have 24/7 access to all the help you could need to remain sober for many years to come.

Drug and alcohol addiction is incredibly difficult to deal with, and you will need to begin an intensive programme that focuses heavily on treatments and therapies, including counselling.

It takes a great deal of courage to admit to needing help. It shows strength and a willingness to recover, which is over half the battle. Let’s talk about some of the options available to you – call us on 01253 847 553.


Drug Rehab

The goal of rehab is to ensure that the substance is removed from the body and to ensure that you do not relapse. After an assessment, you will begin residential drug rehab. This type of inpatient rehab is particularly successful.

The detoxification treatment consists of a treatment intended to counter drug addiction and make it easier to go through a period of withdrawal thanks to the supervision of medical professionals. This will ensure a smooth drug detox process. Your symptoms will be well managed and you will begin to see things much clearer.

The second phase begins with the deployment of different therapies. This type of treatment is undertaken with the help and expertise of qualified staff.

There are several types of therapy to treat drug addiction and there is an element of psychotherapy that seeks to solve issues such as emotional dependence, depression, emotional and behavioural disorders, burnout, traumas and more.


Alcohol Rehab

The process of alcohol rehab is very similar to drug rehab. The detox and therapy phases remain the same. You will have access to 24/7 support and will regularly interact with others, undergoing relevant therapies.

A clinical assessment will establish the best course of action for you and any available treatments will be offered. Following a successful and comfortable detox, you will move on to the next phase of treatment.

This will consist of numerous types of therapies. It will seek to get deep into the root of the problem. This is the best course of action to take against alcoholism.


When to Seek Help

Determining addiction may be difficult for you. Often it is the people around you who first notice the subtle changes. Their worry and concern for you are justifiable and therefore, this may be the first time you consider getting help.

However, if you do not have anyone to assist you, then there are some signs to look out for. If any apply to you, it may be best to consider seeking help sooner rather than later.

1. You can’t stop using

When you are addicted, using drugs or alcohol is a necessary part of your daily routine. You will do this during the evening with friends or alone at home at any time of day.

There is no reason you can think of to stop, and therefore, it becomes the only thing you are thinking of and revolving your life around.

2. You use to manage your emotions or run away from your problems

Daily life problems can induce stress, anxiety, and anger and this can lead to burnout. You may feel that you have to use it to escape these issues and therefore it is an attractive prospect to take the substances. You may feel that it is the only thing that helps you “feel better”.

3. You struggle with motivation, concentration or memory loss

Substance abuse causes a range of physical and mental problems. It will greatly affect the functioning of the brain. It will therefore prevent you from performing tasks as simple as reading, working, driving, concentrating and more.

4. You notice issues with your relationships and friendships and money is an issue

You may have noticed tension with the people in your life. You may notice you are having money troubles, or you may lash out and hurt those you love. This can lead to depression or even sometimes criminal activity. You may feel lost and alone.


Treatments Available in March

There are many treatments available to you if you join rehab. Our inpatient programmes are extensive and you gain access to full support. The initial treatment is purely medicinal and will be a form of detoxification. This will ensure that the substances that you have been taking are now fully out of your body.

Following a successful detox, you will have access to numerous treatments and therapies that are proven worldwide. They have hugely successful outcomes and we pride ourselves on this fact. Some of the most commonly used therapies are:



An excellent aftercare plan is a huge factor in long-term success. Recovery is more than possible, but when we create an aftercare plan for you, it is a bespoke programme that seeks to give you both support and guidance in the months after.

You may continue certain therapies and have regular meetings to ensure that you are doing well. There is no reason to feel lost or concerned following rehab. At our facility, we pride ourselves on exceptional care for all our patients. We treat everyone as individuals, and we assist you in working towards your goals and dreams. A healthier, happier future awaits.

Contact us today to find out more – you can call us on 01253 847 553 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 have a drug or alcohol addiction, 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.

When do I need to go to rehab?

An untreated addiction can cause a lot of damage – not only to your own physical and mental health but to your relationship, career and the well-being of those around you. It is therefore always best to seek help as soon as you acknowledge that you have a problem. Even if you have struggled with an addiction for years though, it is never too late to break the vicious cycle and finally break free from the grip of drugs and alcohol.

What is an admissions process?

The rehab admissions process simply refers to the step you go through before entering rehab. Our teams can answer any questions and concerns you might have and help you prepare for rehab. You will also go through a pre-admission screening to help us gauge your requirements and draw up a personalised treatment plan that is most likely to help you make a long-term recovery.