Rochester Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Rochester

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Rochester

Times have been difficult, and now more than ever, people are turning to drug and alcohol rehab centres for help.

Addiction is a difficult condition to overcome, and that is why if you are living with an addiction, the best thing you can do is seek out the services of a drug and alcohol rehab centre in the Rochester area.

At Ocean Recovery, we have years of experience providing people with drug and alcohol rehab treatment which offers the facilities and treatments that they need in order to achieve long-term recovery.

Here we can make sure you are as safe and as comfortable as possible during this difficult time in your life. So you can relax and focus on the journey you have ahead of your while we handle the rest.

Our private drug and alcohol rehab centre has been fully inspected by the CQC to ensure that you have a safe environment and a team of fully trained staff who will be able to provide you with only the best quality of care.


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Addiction Treatments

When it comes to addiction, there are two core treatments that will take up much of your time in the drug and alcohol rehab centre in the Rochester area.

Detox Treatments

The first treatment you will likely be expected to work through will be the detox.

The drug and alcohol detox is famously the worst part of your treatment in the drug and alcohol rehab centre, as during it, you will experience withdrawal symptoms.

Withdrawal symptoms are a result of substance abuse where the toxins leave your system.

When you first start abusing drugs or alcohol, your brain receives a rush of dopamine that causes you to feel pleasure. However, as time goes on, your brain becomes tolerant of the substance, and it causes you to need more and more drugs or alcohol in order to achieve the same effect.

Eventually, your brain begins to believe that it needs drugs or alcohol in order to produce any dopamine at all. So it begins to make you crave drugs or alcohol, especially if you are feeling stressed or anxious.

If these cavings are ignored, your brain will, in a way, begin to panic, and you will begin to experience some of the following withdrawal symptoms:

  • Headache
  • Chills
  • Hot flashes
  • Mood swings
  • Irritability
  • Aggression
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Insomnia
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Dyareha
  • Delirium
  • Dehydration
  • Hallucinations

These withdrawal symptoms are also the reason why the detox must only ever be attempted in the safety of a medical facility such as a drug and alcohol rehab centre.

The detox takes around ten days in total to complete. During this time, you will be monitored day and night by the medical team to ensure that your withdrawal symptoms don’t overwhelm your body. They are able to provide you with medication to relieve the withdrawal symptoms before you are able to experience the more dangerous ones, such as hallucinations or seizures.

The detox makes it so that you won’t have to worry about experiencing withdrawal symptoms again so long as you don’t return to drugs or alcohol. They also lessen your cravings as your body has been weened off the drugs and alcohol that were once in your system.

Therapy Treatments

Therapy is a very important treatment as it has been found that one of the leading causes of substance abuse and eventual addiction is mental health problems.

It is very common for someone living with an undiagnosed mental illness such as anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder or PTSD to use drugs or alcohol in order to regulate their moods and to get through the day. Self-medicating, however, can easily become an addiction as you are already in a vulnerable state.

The exact therapy treatment you will be given will be decided after you arrive and be based on what you need. The main forms of therapy are:

Each of these is designed to help you in a different way. For example, suppose you struggle to communicate. In that case, you may be referred to try art therapy which has you completing mindful artistic crafts that can give your therapist a better understanding of what is going on inside your head.


What Addictions are Treated at Rehab Rochester

There is a wind range of addictions treated at the drug and alcohol rehab centre in Rochester, including:

Each of these addictions is treated individually, and you are given the personal care that you need. We recognise the need for individual care and that not all addictions should be handled the same way.


How Much Does Rehab Cost?

The cost of a drug and alcohol rehab centre depends on two factors.

The first factor is what kind of treatments do you want? The cheaper option available to you for outpatient treatments allows you to travel in for each treatment session.

All areas of your addiction treatments can be done as an outpatient, including a detox. The at home detox is one of the cheapest options and involves you being monitored remotely by the medical team to ensure you are safe throughout.

The next cheapest option you have is to just have your detox in the drug and alcohol rehab centre. Much of the cost of your time at the drug and alcohol rehab centre comes from how long you stay residentially. As the detox is only a ten-day process, it is much cheaper than staying for all of your treatments.

After the detox, you have the option to stay for the full 28-day treatment period but in a shared room. You would be sharing with other people staying at the drug and alcohol rehab centre, reducing the cost compared to the most expensive option.

The most expensive option is to stay for the full 28 days treatment period in a private room. This can be the most comfortable option, but it can also be a bit too expensive for most budgets.


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For a quote on the cost of your stay, please feel free to call us at 01253 847 553.

You can also contact us via our contact page to start your addiction recovery journey today.


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.

When do I need to go to rehab?

You should ideally go to rehab as soon as you realise that you have a problem with addiction – whether you come to this realisation yourself or are encouraged to reach it through a drug or alcohol intervention. It is never too soon to seek help and the sooner you do so, the more damage you can avoid doing to your health, life and those around you. It is also never too late to seek help and many people who have struggled with their addiction for years find they are finally able to break free from the vicious cycle with the help of drug and alcohol rehab programmes.

What is an admissions process?

A 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.

What support groups are available?

When you leave one of our rehabs you will be provided with 12 months of free aftercare to help ensure that you get the support you need in this precarious period. Free support groups will also be available in your area, however, which could include charities, independent organisations and 12 steps groups.