Drug & Alcohol Rehab Solihull
Solihull Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres
Are you based in Solihull, battling through the emotional rollercoaster of addiction? An addiction is a mental health and behavioural illness, difficult to manage without specialised support. Call us today on 01253 847 553 for FREE and confidential advice!
By coming to this page you may have realised that you’re struggling with some kind of addiction. That’s where we can help. At Ocean Recovery we offer rehab in Solihull and clinics in the West Midlands that deal with all kinds of addiction. Our drug and alcohol rehab centres are tailor-made to help you curb your substance misuse now and in the long term.
If you feel that your addiction is impacting your life in ways that you cannot control then you should seek to help yourself as soon as possible. You may feel like you’re doing finemanaging it on your own, but the negative effects addiction can be having on your life and your body can be hard to reverse.
Get in touch today and we will be able to point you towards your nearest treatment service in the West Midlands. Only by doing this can you start to secure your long term sobriety.
The negative effects of addiction
A lot of the time people may not even realise that they are addicted to anything at all. We recognise that addiction can take many different forms but the most common ones we see are drug or alcohol addictions. These addictions can very quickly start to tumble out of control.
An important thing to remember about addiction is that it doesn’t just affect you, it also affects your relationships and family members that care about you the most. We often find that the people who first made contact with us are the people closest to the addict, begging for help. Although we cannot force somebody into rehab, we can encourage them to seek help with us.
By refusing to get help, a person’s situation will only continue to spiral out of control. By continuing the substance misuse, the damage to the body will only become more and more severe. Even though some people are able to receive medical help, this only treats the immediate symptoms and consequences. To fully tackle addiction a person will need some kind of rehabilitation.
People who regularly use recreational drugs such as cocaine are found to be at a very high risk of a stroke or even a cardiac arrest. A person doesn’t even have to be a long-time user, this can happen at any time, so it’s not worth the risk in the long run.
The impact that addiction can have on an addict’s mental health can be huge. The psychological repercussions from long term dependency can make mental health issues such as anxiety, depression and suicidal thoughts all increase. We aim to tackle this in our treatment service using therapy sessions. We will help you work through any issues that you have and treat them as soon as possible.
What would I expect in rehab?
We know that entering rehab is a scary prospect. You will be taken out of your usual environment and in a place where you are surrounded by unfamiliar people. In normal circumstances, this may be hard enough, but you will also be entering without the aid of your main coping mechanism, drugs or alcohol.
In our residential rehab centre, we will make sure you feel as comfortable as possible. Some people expect rehab to look like a hospital ward when they first enter but are pleasantly surprised that it is the opposite. Our treatment service aims to get to the core of your addiction by first making sure you are settled enough to accept help.
One of the worst parts of drug or alcohol rehab is detoxification. Although unpleasant, this is a necessary step that you must take to get clean. When going through detox you will experience withdrawal symptoms that would be hard to manage if you were alone. You are not alone however, our team of medical professionals will be on hand to treat these symptoms and make you feel as comfortable as possible during detox.
A core treatment option we utilise is the use of therapy. Our addiction counsellors aim to get to the core of your addiction, this is an essential first step that we have to take before we can help you effectively. This can be an uncomfortable experience at first but in the long run, it is one of the most effective things we can do.
Group therapy is also available alongside the individual counselling. We find that in a group setting people tend to talk more openly as they have more common ground together. This shared experience can allow you to create lasting bonds with other patients so you can help each other through the recovery process.
How can I get started with drug and alcohol rehab in Solihull?
Currently, we have several rehab centres around the West Midlands and Solihull that would be suitable for you. All of our centres are accessible easily via public transport as well as having parking readily available nearby. If you have any questions then don’t hesitate to give us a quick call and we’ll be more than happy to help.
We all know that taking the first step on the road to recovery is the hardest. Many people will have tried similar treatments in the past either at home or with friends and found no success. It is very rare for addicts to be able to become clean from substance misuse on their own which is why we have set up specialist addiction treatment centres to aid in this.
Once you leave us that isn’t where your journey ends. We provide all patients with an aftercare program that will help them to remain sober once they have left us. We are always available to provide support to patients that may be on the verge of relapsing.
If you wish to get started on the path to recovery then please phone us on 01253 847 553 or text the word HELP to 83222. We will get back to you and start you on a treatment programme as soon as possible
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