Oswestry Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres
There are many rehab options for addicts in the Oswestry area but not everyone can get the help that they need from the NHS and often they don’t have the time to wait for treatment. But fortunately, there are private residential treatment centres in almost every part of the UK.
If you have landed on this page and feel like you are struggling with addiction, we are here to help. Here at Ocean Recovery, we have rehab centres throughout the UK that deal with all kinds of addiction. Whether or not it’s drug or alcohol rehab you are looking for, our rehab clinics are tailored to help you with specialised addiction treatment.
If you are showing signs of addiction and feel it is impacting your life, then you should seek help immediately. Even if you feel like you are managing it well enough on your own, the effect it has on your body can be irreversible. When you contact us, we can provide you with the location of the nearest drug and alcohol rehab in Oswestry as well as any treatment options that would be suitable for you to recover long term.
What would rehab mean for me?
Entering rehab can be a very scary thing at first. You will be surrounded by unfamiliar people in an unfamiliar place away from the things you enjoy most. This is a completely normal emotion to feel, although it may take a while to settle, you will soon find yourself getting stuck into the sessions we offer.
In our private rehab, we like to make sure you are as comfortable as possible. Your room will be more akin to a hotel suite rather than a prison cell and you will have plenty of opportunities to socialise with other patients in your own time.
Our addiction counsellors are on hand to delve into the core of your addiction. Once we figure out the root cause of the problem, we can start to fix it. We know that addiction takes a heavy toll on a person’s mental health and we find these sessions are a great start. Although this process can be hard at first, and take a lot of time, it’s worth it in the long run.
The treatment programmes that we offer also include group therapy as well as individual counselling. In a group setting, we find that people can talk more openly about problems. You can also start to create bonds with other people to help you through the recovery process. This may seem very similar to Alcoholics Anonymous meetings you see in movies, but there’s nothing to be afraid of we won’t push you to get involved if you’re not ready just yet.
We know that one of the worst parts of drug or alcohol rehab is going through detox. This is a necessary step in getting you better, however horrible it feels at the time. You may experience withdrawal symptoms as you go through this process but this can be dependent on the substance we are dealing with. No matter what happens, we have a medically trained team on hand to deal with any withdrawal symptoms that arise, but also to make you as comfortable as possible during this time.
Addiction and its effects
Addiction takes many forms, but the most common that we treat are drug and alcohol addiction. These kinds of addictions can ruin a person’s life very quickly.
If you are currently struggling with addiction, then it is important to have the perspective of how it’s affecting others.
Addiction can often destroy relationships and families. We are sometimes contacted by a family member looking for advice. They may have a son or daughter that they are worried about. Even though we can give out advice on what they can do to help, we can never force a person into rehab.
With addiction, you may find that you change as a person into someone you don’t recognise. Addiction and its side effects can leave you feeling like someone else, but with treatment, we can help you get back to your old self in no time.
If somebody is addicted and refuses to get help, then the situation will only continue to spiral out of control. People dependent on alcohol may soon develop liver damage and high blood pressure. This can be treated to some extent by your doctor, but the best way to solve the problem is to start seeking addiction treatment.
Regular drug users, especially those that abuse substances such as cocaine, can be at a very high risk of a cardiac arrest or a stroke. This can happen even if you are not addicted to the substance and only use it occasionally, so it’s not worth the risk of taking.
Aside from the physical effects, abusing drugs or alcohol over a long time period can have significant mental health issues. Dependence on the substance can exacerbate issues such as depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts. In our therapy sessions, we help people work through these issues, which can be either the cause of the addiction or a side effect of use. Either way, we aim to treat it as soon as possible.
How can I start drug and alcohol rehab in Oswestry?
We have several rehab centres around the United Kingdom and are sure to have one near you. We are easily accessible by public transport as well as having parking facilities nearby. If you need any further help in getting to us, just give us a quick call and we’ll be happy to help.
We realise that taking the first step can be a very scary prospect. You may have tried similar treatments such as a 12-step programme or detox in the past which hasn’t worked and your situation may seem hopeless. It’s not. When you first visit us at our treatment centre, we will tailor a treatment programme custom to you that can treat your addiction in the best way to achieve sobriety in the long term.
Our rehabilitation clinics also offer you support once you have left us. We will provide you with any aftercare treatment service that you need as well as providing support if you ever feel like you are about to relapse.
To get started simply phone us on 01253 847 553 or text the word HELP to 83222. We will get back to you as soon as possible and put you on the right path to tackle your addiction.