What Do We Treat?

At Ocean Recovery we offer a variety of recovery treatment programmes for a range of drug and alcohol addictions. From prescription drug to alcohol dependency, we have the expertise and facilities to provide you with the highest level of care available.

Our programme involves a detox period which allows the toxins to withdraw from the body. This process can be uncomfortable, which is why our medical recovery staff are available 24/7 to support you during your detox. Prescription medications can be used if necessary to manage withdrawal symptoms.

Detox is followed by therapy to treat drug and alcohol addictions. This enables our team to pinpoint the reasons behind your addiction and provide you with the coping mechanisms you need to maintain recovery after leaving our rehab centre.

See below for information about the substance addictions we are able to treat at our leading centre.

Drug and Alcohol Addiction

Addiction affects every person differently, which is why our treatment programmes are tailor-made to every individuals needs. Whether you have a drug or alcohol addiction, we will ensure that you are cared for and that your recovery programme suits you. We review your treatment as it progresses to ensure that the programme is as suitable and beneficial as possible.

At Ocean Recovery we can treat a wide array of different addictions using evidence-based therapies and treatment methods that have been developed over many years.

Our CQC registered centre is a well-established leading UK addiction treatment provider which has successfully treated thousands of individuals up and down the country.

Using therapies such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, group therapy and wellbeing therapies, you will be able to maintain sobriety long term after leaving our private rehab centre. It is important that the mental side of addiction is treated as well as the physical dependency.

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Landline: 01253 847 553

Email: info@oceanrecoverycentre.com

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Mental Health Conditions

We can provide treatments for mental health conditions as part of our dual diagnosis rehab programmes. The programmes are offered to people who are primarily suffering from drug or alcohol addiction but also suffer from a mental health condition.

Our team of highly trained staff consists of qualified doctors and recovery experts who have helped treat many mental health conditions. They use proven methods and practices that are highly effective in treating both addiction and mental health together in order to provide people with the best chance of full recovery.

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Our seaside residential rehabilitation centre boasts stunning views of its surroundings while maintaining a homey feeling inside to aid rest and recovery. At Ocean Recovery, we can host up to 13 people at one time to ensure bespoke and dedicated care with exclusive sea-view rooms for a touch of luxury.

Take a look inside and explore our modern yet cosy drug and alcohol rehab facilities.

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The Addictions We Treat

Click on any of the below links to find out more about the conditions we can provide treatment for:

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Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol addiction can ruin livelihoods. It can cause a variety of health problems including liver failure, high blood pressure, alcohol-related heart disease and mental health problems such as depression and anxiety.

Getting treatment for alcohol addiction is a necessary step to get your life back on track. Our addiction treatment programmes include a medically-assisted detox period which is then followed by therapy treatments to help you understand your alcohol addiction and treat the underlying causes of it.

Please click on one of the below links for more information on the alcohol addiction treatment we offer.

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Drug Addiction

Drug addiction has hugely negative effects on people who abuse substances, both physically and socially. Drug addiction can effect anyone, as it is not only illegal drugs that are used recreationally that can cause addiction.

People can easily become addicted to prescription drugs if used for longer periods of time than is recommended by a Doctor. This is because the longer that a painkiller opioid is used for, the higher the tolerance to it becomes. This leads to an inevitable cycle of addiction.

Residential drug detox and rehab is the best method to overcome a drug addiction. Detox can be a difficult process to experience, which is why the help and support from medical professionals is so beneficial during this process.

Please click on one of the below links for more information on the drug addiction treatment we offer.

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Cocaine Addiction

Cocaine is a Class A drug which is widely used recreationally. Many people become addicted to the drug as a result of repeated use and it can cause a range of negative physical and emotional effects.

Repeated use can cause a variety of health issues, such as heart problems, digestive problems, depression, suicidal thoughts and more.

Detox at a rehab facility is the best method to recover from a cocaine addiction.

Please click on one of the below links for more information on the cocaine addiction treatment we offer.

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Cannabis Addiction

Cannabis is a drug that is not considered to be as addictive as other Class A drugs. Although this is a common presumption, people can become extremely addicted to cannabis and feel that they need to consume the drug to manage daily tasks.

Cannabis addiction can cause mental health problems and disordered eating behaviours, so it is important to seek help for cannabis addiction if you feel that you have become tolerant or dependent on the drug.

Please click on one of the below links for more information on the cannabis addiction treatment we offer.

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Other Drug Addictions

Prescription and opioid drugs are extremely dangerous and addictive if not used correctly. Pain killers have in recent years become a huge problem for people as they are extremely addictive, such as Fentanyl, Morphine, and Codeine.

If you have become tolerant to any form of opioid drug, it is important that you seek rehab treatment to recover and achieve sobriety as soon as possible. These types of drugs commonly cause overdoses or serious medical problems so it is important that you go through detox treatment and receive therapy.

Please click on one of the below links for more information on all other drug treatments we offer.

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Behavioural Addictions

Behavioural Addictions

Behavioural addictions can feed into drug and alcohol addictions and cause larger problems. Dual diagnosis treatment is available for anyone who needs a substance addiction treatment alongside mental health or behavioural addiction.

Please click the below link for more information on all the behavioural addiction treatments we offer.

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John Gillen - Author - Last updated: December 22, 2023

John is one UK’s leading professionals in the addiction recovery industry. Pioneering new treatment techniques such as NAD+ and ongoing research into new therapy techniques such as systematic laser therapy, John is committed to providing the very best treatment for people throughout the UK and Europe. During his extremely busy schedule, John likes to regularly update our blog section with the latest news and trends in the industry to keep visitors to our site as well informed as possible on everything related to addiction treatment.

Dr Adel Ghaly

    Dr Adel Ghaly - Clinical Reviewer - Last reviewed: December 20, 2023

    MB BCh, Psychological Medicine (Substance Misuse Psychiatry) from 2002

    Dr Adel Ghaly is a registered Doctor who is a specialist psychiatrist. Dr Ghaly gained an MB BCh in 1982 from Assiut University and has since become a substance misuse specialist and psychiatrist. After gaining his qualification in Psychological Medicine (Substance Misuse Psychiatry) in 2002, Dr Ghaly has worked in hospitals and as a specialist trainer recognised by the GMC.