Norfolk Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres

It’s now easier than ever to gain access to these substances, which is a primary factor in the ongoing crisis.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Norfolk

There’s an awful stigma attached to addiction, even these days. To many of us in the UK, addiction is wrongly perceived as a weakness. To be diagnosed with an addiction to alcohol or drugs is to be diagnosed with a disease.

We must work harder to remove this level of embarrassment, which is associated with having an addiction, and raise awareness for the fantastic support which is out there for those who need it.

Our drug and alcohol rehab Norfolk welcomes in people from all walks of life. We’ve helped countless people overcome their addictions and have watched them go on to lead happy, healthy lives free from alcohol or drugs.

It may surprise you to know that in 2018/19, approximately 1.3 million young people in the UK had taken a drug, which would be around 1 in 5 young adults aged between 16 to 24. In the same year, there were 18,053 hospital admissions recorded as poisoning by drug misuse, with 2,917 deaths recorded due to poisoning by drug misuse; this was an increase of 17% from the previous year.

Addiction doesn’t discriminate, it can affect absolutely anyone, so think twice before you judge a person who is suffering from this terrible condition. If you or someone you care about needs support along their road to recovery, please get in touch with us today on 01253 847 553, text HELP to 83222, or email us at [email protected].

 

Finding the right Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatments for you

When searching for rehabilitation options it can be very overwhelming. There are so many different methods to choose from, it’s difficult to know where to begin. To break it down, there are three primary options for drug and alcohol rehab.

Firstly, you can seek addiction treatment with free local health services like the NHS. This may seem appealing because it’s free, however, due to time restraints and a huge lack of resources, the NHS are sadly unable to provide you with anything other than a generic treatment programme; it won’t be personalised to you at all, meaning it’s unlikely to help you achieve a long-term recovery from addiction.

Another option to look at is outpatient drug and alcohol rehab treatments. This is similar to treatments with the NHS as you’re returning home each night, but it’s not a free service. Some outpatient treatments may be personalised, it would depend on where you go as there’s such a huge variety.

Again, returning home each night may sound appealing but when you’re working hard to overcome an addiction, being in a familiar comfort zone can actually be detrimental to your recovery. You need to be 100% committed to changing your lifestyle, and to changing your behaviours, this is very difficult to do when you remain in an environment where you’re surrounded by the daily stresses of homelife or potential negative influences.

The third option is to receive support from a private drug and alcohol rehab who offer residential facilities; this is what we do at our rehab in Norfolk. We pride ourselves on our relaxed and positive atmosphere where we take care of absolutely everything so all of the distractions of home are removed, leaving you with just one thing to focus on, your rehabilitation.

You’ll benefit from 24/7 support from our excellent team of recovery workers who will be there to help you every step of the way. You’ll stay in your own private room with nutritious meals prepared each day along with organised social activities to take part during your down time if you wish to.

Our residential rehab in Norfolk really is the best place for you to be if you’re committed to turning your life around for good. We have everything you need to succeed in achieving a long-term recovery from drug addiction or alcohol addiction. Give yourself the best chance of leading a life of sobriety, get in touch with our team today to start your journey to recovery.

 

What happens at our Drug and Alcohol Rehab Norfolk?

It’s natural to feel nervous about joining a residential rehab. Our team will do their very best to answer any questions you have and make you feel as comfortable as possible whilst you settle into our centre. Once you’ve contacted us either over the phone, by text, or by email, we can arrange for a pre-screening assessment where we get to know each other better.

This also allows us to understand your addiction in further detail which helps us to design the most effective drug and alcohol rehab treatments personalised for you. If you’re happy to proceed, we can agree on a date for you to join us at our drug and alcohol rehab Norfolk.

We will give you some time to familiarise yourself with your new surroundings and settle into your room before beginning with a drug or alcohol detoxification. A detox is highly recommended as the most effective way to gradually reduce your consumption of the substance in a safe and controlled environment.

After this, you can begin your psychological and well-being therapies which will address your mental, physical, social, and emotional connections to drugs or alcohol. Our team can help you to uncover the underlying reasons of your addiction which will in turn give you an advantage when it comes to identifying your triggers and ultimately achieving your long-term recovery goals.

Are you ready to change your life for the better? Call us today on 01253 847 553, text HELP to 83222, or email us at [email protected].

 

Sources

https://www.themanorclinic.com/blog/drug-addiction-statistics-in-the-uk

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.

Do I need a referral to attend rehab

It is not necessary to obtain a referral from your GP in order to attend private addiction rehab. To start your addiction journey at a private clinic, you simply need to reach out to your chosen facility and tract the admission process.