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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Balham

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Over our years of experience, we have streamlined our admissions process to make it as easy as possible to join our drug and alcohol rehab Balham. Once you’ve taken the brave step in acknowledging that you require professional support, you’re already one step closer to living a life free from your addiction to drugs or alcohol.

We’ll then direct you to speak with our excellent admissions team who will discuss all the treatment options we have available to you.

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Are you suffering from a Drug or Alcohol Addiction and need help? If so, Asana Lodge is a leading UK based expert in Private Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Treatment. 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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If you’re happy to move forward, we can agree on a date for you to join us for a pre-screening assessment which helps us to review your physical and psychological health and get to know you better. This assessment process helps us to design the most relevant and the most beneficial treatment programme for your unique needs.

Moving forward from this, we will invite you to join our rehab clinic where you’ll be welcomed in with open arms and taken through a thorough induction to ensure you’re settled in before beginning your treatments.


Differences between Residential Rehab and Outpatient Rehab

At the start of your rehabilitation journey, you’ll need to first choose whether you’ll benefit most from residential rehab or outpatient rehab. When you join addiction rehabs as an outpatient, this means that you’ll remain to stay at home throughout your addiction treatment whilst visiting our rehab clinic each day to receive your treatment. Whereas with residential rehab, you’ll stay overnight at our treatment centre for the duration of your addiction treatment.

Both of these treatment options have their own advantages and disadvantages, so it’s important to understand the differences before choosing which is best for you. However, some studies do suggest that there is a much higher success rate for long-term recoveries when people join residential rehab as opposed to outpatient rehab.

This can likely be attributed to being in a relaxed and positive environment at residential rehab where each moment of your day is supported by a fantastic team of addiction specialists who are with you every step of the way along your road to recovery.

This may not be the case within your home environment, therefore you’re more exposed to the stresses of daily life and negative influences which could lead to a potential relapse.


Addiction Treatment Options

Aside from choosing residential rehab or outpatient rehab, you also have treatment options where you can choose to join a private drug and alcohol rehab or to receive treatment through free local health services like the NHS.

This low cost or free treatment option may sound appealing but in reality, it’s unlikely to be the best treatment option for you. This is simply because of how under pressure the NHS is, they’re unable to offer a personalised treatment service and will struggle to provide you with your addiction treatment in a good amount of time; you’ll likely be added to a long waiting list to receive your rehab programme which could be detrimental to your recovery.

Alternatively, there is the option of private drug and alcohol rehab, however, please don’t let the word private put you off. We’re very flexible in our approach and have various treatment options to suit all budgets. All of our treatment options include tailored rehab programmes for each individual so you can be sure that you’ll receive the most effective therapies and the best support for your addiction.


A Holistic Approach to Addiction Therapies

Our experience as addiction specialists has proven that a holistic approach to addiction treatment is the most effective method. Following a holistic approach means that alongside a drug and alcohol detoxification, we also provide evidence-based psychological therapies and therapies that have been created to improve your well-being.

We’re confident that this approach is the best way to maximise your experience at our drug and alcohol rehab Balham and have the most effective recovery you can.

As we mentioned, our treatment plan is likely to include a drug or alcohol detoxification followed by your carefully selected psychological and well-being therapies.

Going through detox is highly recommended as the most effective way to remove the harmful toxins from your body in a safe and gradual way, without causing too much damage to your body or your mind. It’s crucial that this process is supervised by a professional team of recovery workers to ensure it’s managed safely, otherwise, you’ll be putting yourself at great risk of danger.

Is addiction treatment really effective?

We’re very proud of our high rate of successful recoveries at our drug and alcohol rehab Balham. It’s fantastic to see the majority of our clients leave our rehab centre feeling completely different and confident enough to successfully continue their long-term recovery at home. We have an exceptional team of recovery workers who deliver a vast range of treatment options to suit each individual’s needs.

What are the advantages of group therapy?

It’s completely understandable that everyone will have a preference for individual or group therapy, not everyone will feel comfortable in both situations. However, as daunting as may seem for some, there are great benefits associated with group therapy. By sharing with others, you’re able to learn from their experiences and see how they’re dealing with a situation similar to yours. This shared experience and honesty with others can make a significant difference to your long-term recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.

Are addiction rehabs expensive?

The cost of addiction treatment is dependent on the type of addiction treatment you opt for, whether you choose residential rehab or outpatient treatment. All good rehab centres will have a range of treatment options available at different budgets, so try not to let cost be a barrier to receiving this essential treatment service; the cost of funding an addiction to drugs or alcohol is much more costly long-term.