Walthamstow Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres

Many people remain in denial about their addictions, so it’s a great step forward if you’re open to receiving support

We have Treatment Centres in Walthamstow

When you start researching drug and alcohol services, you’ll likely begin your search online by looking for a ‘rehab near me’ which will bring up a whole host of addiction treatment options. It’s important to understand how each treatment option can help you as each one will work differently for different people.

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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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Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab

If you choose to join our drug and alcohol rehab Walthamstow as an inpatient, this means you’ll be staying overnight at our rehabilitation centre for the duration of your addiction treatment. Whilst this may seem overwhelming, inpatient rehab actually has the greatest success rate of long-term recoveries from drug and alcohol abuse.

Generally, this is down to the recovery-focused and highly motivated environment of our rehab in Walthamstow. You’re able to remove yourself from the daily stresses of home life and any potential negative influences that could lead to a relapse. As an inpatient, you receive 24/7 care and support from an exceptional team of recovery workers.

 

Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab

Alternatively, you can receive drug and alcohol treatment as an outpatient. This means that you’ll remain to stay at home and visit our rehab in Walthamstow each day to receive your addiction treatment.

This treatment option generally sounds quite appealing to most people, however, remaining in the comfort of your own home won’t necessarily be advantageous for your recovery from drug and alcohol abuse.

An important part of your rehabilitation is to move forward and leave behind any reminders of your addiction; for many people, this could include a familiar environment where they’re used to consuming alcohol or drugs.

Returning home each night after your therapy sessions could be detrimental to your recovery, particularly if you’re going through a drug or alcohol detox. This process requires 24/7 supervision to ensure you’re safe and progressing through the treatment as effectively as you should be.

 

Drug or Alcohol Detox

Undergoing a drug or alcohol detox is a fairly common aspect of most drug and alcohol services. It’s the most effective way to remove the harmful toxins from your system whilst gradually reducing your consumption of drugs or alcohol. It’s important to note that a drug or alcohol detox is only effective when it’s managed by a team of medical professionals.

This process can attract some unpleasant effects known as withdrawal symptoms which can be high risk when they’re not managed correctly. This is why we strongly suggest that you only ever attempt a drug or alcohol detox under the supervision of an expert team within a safe environment such as our rehab in Walthamstow.

As uncomfortable as they are, drug or alcohol withdrawal symptoms are quite common. Our team of addiction specialists are able to manage these symptoms using prescribed medication to ease the discomfort if needed. These withdrawal symptoms can range from headaches, mild nausea, dizziness, to the more severe withdrawal symptoms of seizures, delirium tremens (DT’s), and insomnia.

 

Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Throughout our years of experience, we rarely see someone come in with an addiction to alcohol or drugs who doesn’t have a problem with their mental health; the two tend to go hand in hand.

Our mental health is such a huge part of our lives, and we mustn’t neglect it, this is why we always incorporate mental health care into our addiction treatment programmes. When someone is suffering from both a drug or alcohol addiction and mental health problems, we call this a dual diagnosis which is much more common than most people think.

A dual diagnosis usually happens in one of two ways. When someone is suffering from their mental health, they may resort to taking alcohol or drugs as a way to cope with their psychological trauma.

Alternatively, someone who is suffering from an addiction to drugs or alcohol will likely feel an impact on their psychological health as a result of the toxins from the substances affecting their brain functionality. Either way, we’re experienced with dual diagnosis treatment and are ready to help.

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.

Does Drug and Alcohol Rehab really work?

At our drug and alcohol rehab Walthamstow, we take great pride in our evidence-based therapies which are tailored to suit each individual. This personalisation maximises the effectiveness of your rehabilitation from drug and alcohol abuse, thus giving you the best opportunity to achieve a long-term recovery. Although the quality of our therapies and our support is exceptional, it’s crucial that you’re also physically and psychologically prepared to take on the challenge of addiction treatment; if you’re not fully committed to your rehabilitation it’s unlikely to take effect as it should.

Do I get to choose which Addiction Treatments I receive?

During the initial stages of discussing your addiction treatment programme, we will review your physical and psychological well-being whilst attempting to identify the underlying reasons of your drug and alcohol abuse. All of this helps us to put together the most effective addiction treatment programme for your unique circumstances. We’ll select the therapies which we believe will benefit you most and allow you to progress in your rehabilitation. You will follow a tailored programme inclusive of physical, psychological, and well-being therapies.

How long does Drug and Alcohol Rehab last for?

The duration of drug and alcohol addiction treatment varies per person. This is really dependent on the severity of your addiction as well as your personal circumstances. There is a degree of flexibility, however, we will always recommend what we feel is best for your long-term recovery. Typically, our comprehensive addiction treatment programmes last for around 28 days, but this could be shorter or longer depending on your own circumstances.