Waterlooville Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres

If you require drug or alcohol addiction treatment in Waterlooville, Ocean Recovery Centre can help you today. Start your recovery journey at our comfortable rehab facility by contacting us.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Waterlooville

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres in Waterlooville

Alcohol and drug addiction are everyday issues that persist in our society. Many people are ashamed of their addiction and do not get the help they need.

Ocean Recovery is a rehabilitation centre, based in Blackpool, that offers world-class addiction treatment. Built upon a culture of caring, we aim to remove the stigma and shame from addiction so that more people are confident enough to get the help they need.

If you are in the Waterlooville area and ready to take the first step towards recovery, then contact Ocean Recovery today at 01253 847 553.


How Do I Know if I Have a Drug and Alcohol Addiction?

Sometimes it is not always obvious to yourself or others that you suffer from drug and alcohol addiction. To be sure you have to take a step back and look at your behaviour through an honest lens.

The main indication of having an addiction is having strong cravings whenever you stop taking drugs or drinking. If you begin to experience withdrawal symptoms soon after stopping then you should consider your drinking and drug habits.

Also, if your tolerance for drugs and alcohol has increased, that is a clear indication of addiction. People in the middle of addiction spend most of their time getting alcohol or drugs, taking them, and recovering from drinking and drug use.

There are also behavioural, physical and psychological changes you may have noticed that point towards suffering from addiction.

Behavioural changes:

  • More secretive
  • Less interested in hobbies
  • Financial problems
  • Withdrawing from friends and family
  • Only hanging around people that take drugs or drink heavily

Psychological changes:

  • Increased depression and anxiety
  • Mood swings
  • Memory problems
  • Lack of motivation
  • More irritable

Physical changes:

  • Change in weight
  • Poor hygiene
  • Nausea
  • Bloodshot eyes
  • Sick more often


The Benefits of Private Rehab

Private drug and alcohol rehab provides an effective pathway through recovery. At Ocean Recovery we believe it is the best way for you to fight back against severe addiction and supply you with the skills you need to achieve your long-term recovery goals.

Below are some benefits of private rehab.

Quick Admissions

As a private facility, you won’t be stuck on a long waiting list when you decide to come to us. Our admissions process is straightforward and thorough, whilst being efficient. The process from initial enquiry to admission date can be very short, taking place over a few days.

Range of Treatments

Private rehab allows you access to a wide range of treatments that you could not get via the NHS. Ocean Recovery offers an addiction treatment programme so that you take part in therapies that will benefit you the most.

Supportive Environment

At private drug and alcohol rehab, you will be surrounded by dedicated staff and other people in recovery. This can help as you are close to people that understand your struggles, ensuring you don’t feel alone during this distressing time.


How Long Does Rehab Last?

At Ocean Recovery we run a 10-day and 28-day programme. This period is enough to fully detox from your addicted substance and gain enough knowledge about your addiction and how to deal with it.


A Walk Through of Private Drug and Alcohol Rehab

Your time in private rehab is spent dealing with both the physical and psychological aspects of addiction. As the physical effects of addiction are most pressing, we aim to deal with them first.


Detox is the process of stopping your consumption of an addictive substance. Doing this allows your body time to heal itself and leaves you on a steadier platform in which to combat your addiction.

Once you stop taking a substance that your body has become used to, you will experience withdrawal symptoms. Once in the process, we measure these withdrawal symptoms using CIWA-Ar to figure out the severity. Suitable medication can then be administered to ease the worst of symptoms.

For alcohol detox, severe withdrawal symptoms can be medicated using Librium or Chlordiazepoxide. Drug detox, such as for cocaine, uses Diazepam and sleeping tablets.

This process will take 7-10 and during this time you will stay in a designated detox room before moving to your room upstairs.


We utilise a combination of evidence-based and well-being therapies to help you recover from addiction. Addiction counselling, psychoeducation and CBT-based group therapy will help you learn and understand your addiction better. These therapies will also work on improving your self-confidence and learning coping techniques.

Group sessions provide a forum for you to talk about your journey with other clients and hopefully build a rapport with them.

Taking a holistic approach to treatment, our well-being therapies aim to increase your mental well-being and decrease stress and anxiety. Activities such as yoga, meditation and creative therapy can help you relax and be more open.

Social Activities

At Ocean Recovery, downtime is important too. We encourage social interaction within the facility to make sure that no one feels isolated. Activities such as group walks and quiz nights will help you bond with others during your time with us. As you fill your spare time constructively you will hopefully begin to see that drugs and alcohol are not needed to enjoy life or fill the hours of the day.


What Happens After Drug and Alcohol Rehab?

The time after you complete treatment is critical. Out in the world again and sober can be a daunting prospect.

To help you through this period, we offer free aftercare. Either in person or via zoom you can attend twice-weekly aftercare meetings, giving you the chance to interact with other people in recovery. Hopefully from these meetings, you can build a support network that helps you keep a check on your addiction.

Staying on top of your recovery and continuing to work hard are important aspects of relapse prevention. These sessions can help you identify symptoms of relapse and you can get the support you need before the situation worsens.


Get the Treatment You Need

If you are ready for alcohol and drug rehab, don’t delay getting in touch. Contact Ocean Recovery today by calling 01253 847 553 to learn about our treatments and the support we can give you.


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.

How do I start my recovery journey?

If you have realised that you are an addict, then you’ve already taken the first step towards recovery. That is a victory that many people cannot face up to. You should then do some research to assess your treatment options. Taking the time to find the right path for you will mean that the treatment has a better chance of working and decrease the risk of relapsing in the future.

How long do rehab programmes last?

Different rehab programmes will have different durations. Many take 12 weeks, although some may be longer and some shorter. In general terms, a longer stay is likely to have better success rates than a shorter one, but there are always a lot of factors to consider.

What does the admissions process entail?

A comprehensive admissions process is important as this will ensure that the treatment programme is safe and suitable and tailored for your own individual needs. Our trained advisors can answer any questions you might have and suggest the next course of action, while a pre-admission screening process will let us learn more about your requirements and devise your tailored treatment strategy.