Radcliffe Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres

Overcoming an addiction to alcohol or drugs is an extremely challenging task. To achieve a full long-term recovery addiction, you must completely remove the physical and psychological dependencies, in addition to address the behavioural changes and issues that are linked to a drug or alcohol addiction.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Radcliffe

The process of drug and alcohol rehabilitation is very complex; attempting to recover from addiction without the support of a professional rehab centre can not only result in an unsuccessful attempt at recovery but can also be highly dangerous, leaving you at risk of developing life-threatening conditions.

Therefore, it’s recommended that you join a recognised rehab centre to receive the essential advice and guidance that you require to overcome your addiction in a safe and controlled environment. Our alcohol and drug rehab welcomes anyone struggling to beat their addiction. We have an expert team of dedicated specialists who are highly experienced and motivated to help people live free from drugs and alcohol.

 

Benefits of Going to Rehab

Before you begin your addiction treatment programme, you’ll need to decide whether to join inpatient or outpatient rehab. While both options have advantages and disadvantages, inpatient rehab, also known as private drug and alcohol rehab, provides the greatest chance of achieving long-term recovery from addiction.

You’ll benefit from our evidence-based treatments within a state-of-the-art treatment facility. Those who choose inpatient rehab will also benefit from 24/7 care and support from experienced medical staff, in addition to sharing the experience with others in a similar situation.

Another advantage of residential rehab is that you’re in a recovery-focused setting with no distractions; the only thing you must focus on is your rehabilitation from drug or alcohol addiction. In comparison, those who choose outpatient rehab are more exposed to external factors which can easily distract from rehabilitation.

Whilst staying at home to receive your outpatient treatment offers more flexibility, many people will choose this option as they feel more comfortable. However, feeling comfortable isn’t necessarily what you want from addiction recovery.

To recover from this awful disease, you must be willing to put yourself outside of your comfort zone and fully commit to succeeding in your rehabilitation. Residents of our drug and alcohol inpatient rehab benefit from their own private room, nutritious meals prepared onsite, and all housekeeping needs taken care of. The constant supervision by a team of addiction specialists means that your chances of suffering from a relapse are much smaller than if you were to remain at home as an outpatient.

As an inpatient, you can also take advantage of our complimentary aftercare plan for 12 months after completing your comprehensive treatment programme. This aftercare plan is essential in maintaining your motivation to continue your recovery outside our rehab centre; this also reduces your chance of relapsing upon your return home.

 

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Are you suffering from Drug and Alcohol Addiction and need help? If so, Ocean Recovery is a leading UK based expert in Private Drug and Alcohol Rehab. Find out how we can help by getting in touch with our friendly team today. You can either call our confidential helpline or request a call-back by clicking on the below form.

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Treatments for Drug and Alcohol Addiction

Our drug and alcohol rehab offers a wide range of therapy options to treat addiction.

Everyone is unique; everyone has their own story and their own underlying reasons for how they became addicted to alcohol or drugs. Therefore, it’s not possible to treat everyone in the same way. Most addiction treatment programmes will begin with medical drug and alcohol detoxification. Some people may require prescribed medication alongside their medical detox to help ease withdrawal symptoms.

Not everyone experiences the same withdrawal symptoms at the same severity; some people may feel mild nausea, headaches, or dizziness. In more serious cases, some people may suffer seizures, insomnia, or delirium tremens (also known as the DT’s). Because of the high risk of danger associated with withdrawal symptoms, we strongly advise against attempting a detox without medical supervision.

After your alcohol and drug detox, you should have successfully removed the harmful toxins from your body and reduced your physical dependence on drugs or alcohol. Now, you’re ready to remove your psychological connection to the substance through highly recommended therapies such as individual, group, or family counselling, dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), stress management, relapse prevention, dual diagnosis therapy, and mediation therapy.

We can also recommend support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous, which have proven to be very effective in helping you during your rehabilitation.

 

How Long Does Rehab Last?

The duration of your drug and alcohol treatment programme will vary depending on the severity of your addiction, what your personal circumstances are, and whether you’re joining as an inpatient or outpatient. Most treatment programmes will last for at least 30 days, followed by a detailed aftercare plan which is free for 12 months, leaving our drug and alcohol rehab.

 

How Do I Get Help with Ocean Recovery?

You can call or enquire via our online form to speak to a member of our admissions team. We don’t require any commitment from you at this stage; we can simply talk through the various available options. Suppose you’re ready to continue the admissions process. In that case, we will arrange an assessment where we can get to know you in more detail, discuss the nature of your addiction, and review your physical and psychological health.

This assessment helps our medical team understand your addiction and, therefore, your needs. They’ll take the time to create a bespoke treatment plan suited completely to your situation, allowing you to receive the most effective addiction treatment programme possible.

We aim to welcome you into our drug and alcohol within 48 hours of contacting our team. This reduces the time you have to change your mind;  we often find much better results by beginning the treatment as soon as possible rather than waiting for the addiction to worsen. If you’re ready to begin this life-changing experience, contact us on 0800 880 7596.

 

 

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 quickly can I receive treatment?

We can usually get you into a treatment centre quite quickly, especially compared to NHS services which may be overstretched and tend to offer outpatient treatments only. Once you have gone through the initial admissions process you will be given an admission day on which you will be inducted and move into your new surroundings.

How do I convince a loved one to go to rehab? 

People who are in the grip of substance misuse and addiction issues will often be in denial about the extent of their problems. In some cases they will get defensive and may deny that they have a problem at all. Sometimes it may take a professionally planned and guided family intervention to get them to face up to the impact their behaviour is having on those around them. We can also offer family and friend referral if you fear a loved one is struggling with addiction.

How do I refer myself for treatment?

Referring yourself for treatment at our drug and alcohol rehab could not be easier. All you need to do is pick up the phone and call us.
Upon contacting us, you will undergo a free addiction assessment. Conducted over the telephone, this assessment will essentially enable our team to find out more about you and your addiction.
Although talking about your addiction can be difficult, our team is on hand to support you. By discussing your addiction with you, they can recommend suitable treatment and arrange a suitable admissions date.