Here at Ocean Recovery, we are highly-qualified drug addiction treatment specialists. We can offer a residential service for those who are dealing with drug addictions from our drug rehab centre based in Blackpool, which is in the North-West of England.
We offer you a fully bespoke drug rehab treatment plan and it will consist of a holistic-based approach with aims at healing the body and soul of an individual through the use of therapy sessions and counselling. But before you move onto therapy and counselling you will have to go through a successful detox which aims at flushing out all harmful toxins from your system and making you fully ‘clean’ from whatever substance you have been using.
When you decide to join Ocean Recovery Centre, a consultant psychiatrist will carry out a full examination, psychological and physical. During this examination, you can explain the nature and severity of your drug addiction and the history associated with it. Any other substance misuse, whether that be alcohol or other drugs, must be disclosed.
Drug Rehab at Ocean Recovery Centre
Our Drug Rehab treatment is part of a residential service followed by aftercare therapy on a weekly basis. Residential rehab requires you to live within the treatment centre for the entire length of the programme. Ocean Recovery Centre is based in Blackpool, Lancashire, in the North West of England. It’s location is ideal for those living in the North of England. However, we may recommend you find a rehab centre that is based in a different part of the country, far away from your home so you can have a good distance between yourself and any bad influences. This can help you focus better on recovering from your drug addiction.
If you’re ready to access drug rehab at our residential treatment centre, call us today. One of our trained addiction specialists will be able to speak to you about your wants and needs, and what the best course of action can be for you. An assessment will follow. This can be done over the telephone and won’t take long to complete. It will simply allow us to find out more about you and the nature of your addiction, ensuring that we only suggest the most appropriate addiction treatment at our centre.
Depending on the type of drug you are addicted to, Ocean Recovery can provide drug rehab treatment options that can help you deal with the day to day temptations of drugs not just in the short term but in long term. Our residential rehabilitation centre is approved by the Care Quality Commission, get in touch with our team now for more information.
A Medicated Drug Detox Regime
For most instances of drug abuse, a medically assisted drug rehab and drug detox programme is required. Detox requires you to flush all toxins from your body.
During your detoxification process, you may experience withdrawal symptoms which can vary depending on the type of drug you are addicted to and the actual severity of your addiction. Prescription medication is available to help ease the symptoms and our team of health professionals are available 24/7 to provide the help and support needed throughout the process.
We offer a medicated detox regime which means you will be offered medication that will ease any withdrawal symptoms during the drug detox.
After completing your drug detox programme, we would move on to a full rehabilitation programme. This will typically take place at the same treatment clinic where you undertook your detox programme. We often elect to work with you in order to understand your drug habit and urges better.
This is done through CBT – Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. It allows you to change your way of thinking, back to the way it was before drug addiction hijacked the decision making skill in your brain.
Whether you are suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction Ocean Recovery are here to help, call us today on 01923 804 139 and start your sustainable recovery plan now.
Links Between Mental Health And Drug Addiction
Throughout the United Kingdom, many people struggle with drug addiction. According to the Office for National Statistics, there were over 3,000 deaths related to drug poisoning in England and Wales in 2017.
Unfortunately, for many of us, it is simply impossible to stop doing drugs – as the claws of addiction have been doing all this time. We have been doing more than that in a certain sense. We have been
Having an addiction can be directly linked to a mental illness you may be experiencing, this can be down to a number of reasons such as your addiction to certain substances is a way of self-medicating by using the drugs to deal with the symptoms of the illness, this is subsequently how dependency is developed.
The diagnosis for individuals using drugs as well as having a mental illness is called ‘dual diagnosis’ or ‘co-occurring diagnosis’ by health professionals and requires urgent attention. We are able to provide treatment of co-occurring disorders with the use of effective therapy and counselling which is focused on helping you take control of your mind to stop your addictive behaviours.
Frequently Asked Questions About Drug Rehabilitation
We’ve been helping people for years, so we know that drug addiction can be a touchy subject. For this reason, we have answered a number of the most asked questions we receive prior to people starting their recovery with us.
There are a few indicators that could show you that your loved one could be suffering from a drug addiction, but there is often no way to talk to them about it – as drug addicts tend to keep their addiction quiet. This is often due to feelings of shame, as there is still a stigma surrounding drug addiction worldwide. It is often seen as a weakness – but nothing is further from the truth. Drug addiction is a disease that is often too hard too battle on your own.
Many people with an addiction often do not believe that they are addicted to anything. It is important to acknowledge your addiction before it causes serious health problems and realising that you might have an addiction is already the first step towards finding out if you are addicted.
The therapy sessions you will take part in includes cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), one-to-one therapy sessions, group therapy and holistic therapy, you will also take part in support group sessions where you can talk openly about your addiction to other people who are going through the same experience. During your therapy sessions, you will be taught the different coping mechanisms you can use to stop yourself whenever you are feeling the need to relapse and start using again.
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