Rednal Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Rednal

We have treatment centres in Rednal

If you are struggling with an addiction of any kind, seeking addiction treatment in Rednal might be one of the most important things you ever do. Any addiction can be very destructive and can also be very difficult to break free from without expert help.

The National Institute on Drug Abuse in the United States says: “Addiction is defined as a chronic, relapsing disorder characterized by compulsive drug seeking, continued use despite harmful consequences, and long-lasting changes in the brain. It is considered both a complex brain disorder and a mental illness.”

This helps to explain why it is so difficult to break free from addiction on your own. Many people repeatedly try and fail to do so, which can be counter-productive and even make the problem worse. Thankfully, addiction can be successfully treated and many people go on to make a full and lasting recovery after a stay in residential rehab.

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Finding Treatment For Drug And Alcohol Addiction

Finding the right drug or alcohol rehab can be difficult. The choices may seem overwhelming but we can help you to find not just the closest rehab but also the one best suited for you.

Whether you are struggling with alcohol addiction, an addiction to illegal drugs such as cocaine or heroin, or a prescription drug addiction, we can help to find the drug and alcohol treatment programmes that are most likely to be effective for you.


Outpatient vs Inpatient Rehab

One of the main decisions is whether to seek residential rehab or outpatient treatment. Outpatient or community-based treatment tends to be cheaper and may be free when delivered through the NHS. Resources are often stretched, however, and there may be other limitations.

You will still be around all your usual stresses and triggers associated with your substance misuse. You will have to attend appointments at various clinics and will have to largely deal with detoxification on your own.

In rehab, by contrast, you will be in a secure environment away from the people, places and temptations associated with your drinking or drug abuse. You will have access to a structured programme of residential treatment and round the clock support when you need it. You will also be able to undergo a supervised and medically assisted detox.


The Detoxification Process

Drug and alcohol detox can be very difficult and potentially dangerous, depending on the type and severity of the withdrawal symptoms experienced. These side effects can vary depending on the substance involved and other factors including the heaviness and duration of the substance misuse and addiction.

While alcohol is a legal and socially accepted drug, for example, it can lead to extremely severe withdrawal symptoms such as tremors, fever, aches and cramps, hallucinations and even seizures. It is always safer and easier to undergo this process in a dedicated detox clinic. This gives the benefit of medical supervision and support, which may include relevant prescription medications.


Addiction Treatment And Therapy Options

While detox is an important part of recovery, there are other aspects to rehabilitation. Other treatments and therapies can help you to explore the root causes behind your addictive behaviour and substance misuse. These can include psychological techniques such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT).

This is commonly used to treat mental health issues such as depression and anxiety but has also been shown to be very effective in the field of addiction recovery. Other valuable therapies include trauma and abuse counselling, 1-1 recovery planning, motivational interviewing and Reflections & Hope group therapy. Holistic and well-being therapies can also help you to develop a healthier lifestyle that could help you to avoid relapsing.


Aftercare And Relapse Prevention

Your recovery does not end the moment the rehab doors close behind you. It is an ongoing process and most recovering addicts experience difficult times even as they move forward into a healthier and more positive life. Relapse prevention is very important and a comprehensive aftercare programme can provide the support you need just when you need it.

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 rehab like for alcoholics?

Rehab can be a very challenging time for alcoholics or anyone else with a drug addiction issue. Alcohol rehab not only involves a potentially very unpleasant detox but also a range of therapies aimed at helping you to confront and deal with the root causes of your substance abuse.

None of this is easy but at the same time, you will be in the best place to address your addiction. Residential rehab tends to be very comfortable and tranquil and you will have access to the best treatments and round the clock, support to help you make a full long term recovery.

What happens before rehab?

All our treatment plans are individually tailored to help you get the most of your time in rehabilitation. Our admission services will help to determine the facts about your addiction, circumstances and requirements to make sure this bespoke programme is as effective as possible. As well as screening questionnaires, a medical check might be needed to ensure that any treatment programme is safe to start.

How do I help a friend with an addiction problem?

You cannot force someone to seek addiction treatment and, even if you could, people get the most benefit when they participate fully and really want to change. We can advise you on steps you can take, however, and there are always things you can do to support a friend in need.

You can learn about addiction and the treatment options available, helping them to understand their choices. You can also help them to understand the impact their addiction is having on themselves and others around them. We offer full support for family and friends as well as friend referrals, so contact us today if you are worried about someone you know.