From NHS rehabs to private residential rehabs, there are a plethora of drug and alcohol rehabs in Ashby-de-la-Zouch that support individuals battling addictions every single day.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Ashby de la Zouch

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If you have found yourself in the unfortunate position that requires you to secure treatment for a drug or alcohol addiction, yet would prefer not to attend a drug and alcohol rehab in Ashby-de-la-Zouch, here at Asana Lodge, we can provide you with the treatment you require to overcome your addiction.

Situated just over an hour from Ashby-de-la-Zouch, our private residential rehab has treated over 1,000 individuals struggling with drug and alcohol addictions.

With the support of our around the clock patient monitoring, advanced treatment offerings and focus on body and brain restoration, 99% of our patients have gone on to make a long-term recovery.


Addictions Treated At Asana Lodge

At Asana Lodge, our professional team, combined with our treatment options, has ensured that we can treat a wealth of drug and alcohol addictions.  Below, we have outlined just a number of the addictions that we often treat.

  • Alcohol Addictions
  • Prescription Drug Addictions
  • Cocaine Addictions
  • Heroin Addictions
  • Cannabis Addictions


Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Understanding that drug and alcohol addictions often come hand-in-hand with mental health disorders such as depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder, at Asana Lodge, we also provide dual diagnosis treatment to those who require it.

Sadly, the ramifications of drug and alcohol addictions can impair an individual’s mental health.  Over time, those struggling with addictions are likely to find themselves struggling with depression, anxiety and burnout.

It should also be noted that addictions often stem from mental health disorders.  It is believed that 70% of individuals living with mental health disorders will, at some point, develop an addiction to either drugs or alcohol.

This is because those living with mental health disorders will find it somewhat difficult to cope with the pessimistic thoughts and feelings they experience on a daily basis.

To alleviate these thoughts and feelings, they are likely to turn to substances that will temporarily enable them to relax.

Should you require dual diagnosis treatment, you will find that the treatment provided to you will not only assist you in overcoming your addiction, but it will help to minimise the overall impact your mental health disorder has on your life.


Determining Which Treatment You Will Require

As you turn your thoughts to attending a drug and alcohol rehab, it is not uncommon for you to attempt to determine which treatment you will require.

However, it should be noted that at Asana Lodge, we created bespoke treatment programmes for each of our patients.

This means that the treatment you are provided with will be entirely dependent on several factors.

The factors that will be taken into consideration when determining which treatment you will require include, but are not limited to the following;

  • The substance that you have become addicted to
  • The length of time you have been living with an addiction
  • The severity of your addiction
  • The physical impact your addiction has had on you
  • The psychological impact your addiction has had on you
  • The physical, psychological and behavioural side effects that you experience

With this in mind, without understanding your addiction, it is somewhat difficult to determine the exact treatment you will require.  However, our treatment programmes typically include detoxification, rehabilitation and aftercare support.

It should be noted that prior to administering treatment, our medical team will carry out a medical examination to ensure that you are fit to progress through a rehabilitation treatment programme.


How Long Will I Be Expected To Stay In Rehab For?

Just as it is somewhat difficult to determine the treatment that you will require before conducting a pre-admission assessment, it is almost impossible to say how long you will be expected to stay in rehab for.

It is a common misconception that individuals attending rehab will only be required to stay for a set time frame.

Many believe that rehab programmes can be completed in 14 – 28 days.  While some individuals do complete treatment within this time frame, it is not unusual for others to stay in rehab for up to three months.

As and when you enter our facility, the severity of your addiction and your response to the treatment that you are provided with will largely determine how long it takes you to complete your treatment programme.


Will I Be Able To Communicate With Friends and Family During My Time In Rehab?

As you enter our private residential drug and alcohol rehab, you may worry that communication with your loved ones may be somewhat limited.  You may even be concerned that you will not be able to contact your loved ones at all.

However, we must stop you in your tracks.

As you progress through your treatment programme, you will have the opportunity to talk to your loved ones regularly.

You will even be able to arrange weekly family visits.  Although you will be unable to leave our facility during your treatment, your family will have the opportunity to visit you at our centre.


Contact Our Admission Team Today

While you may be hesitant about contacting our admissions team for various reasons, we can assure you that doing so is genuinely in your best interest.

Not only will we listen to how your addiction has impaired your life, but we will offer you the support and guidance that you have likely needed for some time.

We will ensure that you are aware of all of your treatment options, and we will also help you determine how best to tell your loved ones and employer that you are considering attending rehab.

If you are ready to uncover your options today and would like to find out how attending our residential rehab could be more beneficial than attending a drug and alcohol rehab in Ashby-de-la-Zouch, please call us on 01908 489 421.

If you would prefer to, you can also email