Telford Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres

Do you live in Telford? Do you abuse drugs and alcohol to the point where you can say you suffer from an addiction? We can help. Call us today on 01253 847 553!

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Telford

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Telford

If you know you need help and are looking at drug and alcohol rehab in Telford, Ocean Recovery is here to help. We help people all across the country by getting them the help they need, no matter where you’re based.

Trying to give up drugs or alcohol is not an easy thing to do, and can be almost impossible to do alone. That’s why drug or alcohol rehab centres are so important. It’s difficult to access help with long waiting lists due to the extent of substance abuse in the United Kingdom. Private rehab treatment centres offer a helping hand.

Getting sober is hard enough, we make it as easy as possible for you by arranging transport to our rehab clinic so that those looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Telford need not worry about accessing our service.


Why do people become addicted to substances?

The first question we pose to our new residents is what caused the addiction in the first place? A lot of the time, people don’t fully understand why they ended up on this path but substance abuse didn’t occur for no reason. There is always a backstory, an underlying reason or several that led you towards addiction.

For some that may be untreated mental health conditions, family problems, job stress, relationship break-ups, grief or an unstable childhood. Often, it’s a combination of a few of these.

Whatever your reason, it’s important to know and fully understand it. This is the best way forward as it enables us to work on the root cause of your addiction – the best way we will treat it is from the ground up.

It’s highly beneficial to have a professional addiction counsellor on hand to help you get to the bottom of why you became addicted, which is what we will do in alcohol and drug rehab.


What does rehab treatment really look like?

A lot of people are apprehensive about starting rehab, expecting an intimidating environment with bleak hospital rooms and prison-like security. However, we want to assure you that you won’t see anything like that at our Ocean Recovery centre.

Instead, you’ll see something more akin to a spa hotel. We offer homely accommodation, private rooms with gardens and sea views. You’ll be able to relax and heal in a safe space, free from triggers and judgement.

When it comes to the treatment itself, it won’t be easy. One of the first things you need to do when you arrive at our rehab centre is to go through medical detox. This is a vital stage of the treatment programme where your body is rid of all toxic substances. It’ll be a struggle and you will no doubt experience some withdrawal symptoms. However, the process will end and you will start to feel better once the detox is over.

Once the detox is complete, we can begin treatment to ensure long term sobriety. This is where we help you with identifying the root cause and coming to terms with it. Our addiction counsellors will help you through this to understand yourself better. It will also help us to get to know you so we can create a treatment programme tailored to you.

We will offer you treatment options such as one-to-one counselling and group sessions to help you get the most out of your stay. Our treatment services will equip you with tools and practical strategies to help you combat and avoid relapse triggers.


Are you ready for rehab? The signs to look out for

This is a question you’re inevitably going to ask, probably a few times, before you accept that you need help. If you’re reading this on behalf of someone you care about, then you may have to give them some convincing.

Here are some common signs that you could really benefit from professional recovery treatment.


Health problems – Substances such as alcohol and other drugs are toxic to the body. Our bodies aren’t designed to process these toxins, let alone regular or large amounts of them. Therefore, there are certain health problems associated with substance abuse. This could be short term effects like illness or injury, or they could be long term effects such as liver damage. Doctors see this all the time, so if they’ve warned you, you need to take it seriously.


Worsened mental health – A lot of people try to deal with depression, anxiety and other mental health conditions by drinking away their problems or getting high, but all this does is make things worse. Alcohol addiction is commonly associated with poor mental health, as both a cause and effect of it.


Family or relationship problems – Addiction puts a strain on your family members, making it much harder for them to support you. Many people turn their backs on addicts. It can damage relationships, friendships and working relationships too.


Your job suffers – If you’re suffering from addiction, it’s much harder to do your job. You may even get to the stage where you need to keep using even to get through the day. Inevitably, a lot of addicts end up losing their jobs and therefore their sole income. This then affects mental health, financial issues and also your substance abuse.


Financial difficulties – Substances can get really expensive, putting a strain on your financial goals and even the ability to pay the rent or experience things you would like to. If you lose your job because of addiction, this makes things even more difficult.


You’ve given up on what you enjoy – If you enjoyed doing certain things like socialising with friends or family, these things are made more difficult if you’ve got an addiction to maintain. You may turn away from things you enjoy in order to spend more time using, which isolates you, affects your mental health and makes things worse overall.


Any of these apply to you? They’re not small issues, but they can start off that way. All it takes is for one thing to slip and the rest can end up falling like dominos. It’s time to start thinking about rehab treatment if addiction is affecting you like this. You owe it to yourself and the people you care about.

It’s simple to get in touch with Ocean Recovery and we can easily arrange for you to attend drug and alcohol rehab in Telford. You can get the addiction treatment you need, in a way that’s convenient for you. This is really handy if you’ve been struggling to find rehab clinics in Telford.

Simply call us on 01253 847 553 or text HELP to 83222 to discuss your rehab options, and we will help you get started on your road to recovery as soon as possible.