Are you suffering from an ongoing addiction to alcohol or drugs which has taken over your life?
There’s no better time than right now to seek support and create a happy, healthy future for yourself and for those around you o look forward to. At our drug and alcohol rehab in Chapel-en-le-Frith, we have an exceptional team of addiction specialists who dedicate their time to helping countless people overcome their addictions.
We utilise highly effective evidence-based therapies to target both your physical and psychological connections to substance abuse, thus giving you the very best chance to achieve your long-term recovery from addiction.
We’re very proud of the warm and welcoming treatment centre that we’ve created. We’re delighted to be able to offer all of our clients the privacy of their own room, in addition to home-cooked, delicious meals provided each day and all of your housekeeping needs taken care of.
Our aim is to create a safe haven where you can comfortably and confidently undergo your journey to recovery. We take all of the stresses and distractions of homelife away, leaving you with only your rehabilitation to focus on.
If you’re ready to embark on this journey of a lifetime, call us today on 01908 489 421 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do you start Residential Addiction Treatment?
Our private drug and alcohol rehab in Chapel-en-le-Frith has spent years streamlining our admissions process to ensure it’s as efficient, compassionate, and discrete as possible. The time spent between making your initial enquiry with us and actually beginning your rehabilitation is critical.
Whilst this time gap may seem insignificant, most people who are dealing with drug or alcohol addiction need immediate support. If they’re told to wait a few days, weeks, even months to receive their treatment, as is the case with most free local health services, this can lead to a change of mind, relapsing, or even death.
For this reason, we ensure that we admit all of our clients into our rehabilitation centre within 48 hours of enquiry, thus reducing the risk of these factors.
We appreciate how difficult it can be to accept that you need professional support, to us, to your loved ones, and even to yourself. But once you’ve taken this incredible step and asked for help, your whole life can begin to change for better.
Our friendly admissions team will talk you through the entire process, answering any questions you may have about our treatment service. We will invite you to a pre-screening assessment which helps us determine which therapies would be most beneficial to your unique needs.
This level of personalisation is a great advantage of private residential rehab as it helps to efficiently identify the underlying reasons of your addiction whilst recognising your triggers to aid relapse prevention.
You will begin your stay with us by familiarising yourself with our recovery environment. A member of our recovery team will take you through your induction and ensure you’re settled before your treatment programme.
The first stage of your programme is usually a drug and alcohol detoxification so that you can complete your psychological therapies with a fully cleansed body and mind.
What are the benefits of joining our Private Drug and Alcohol Rehab?
Many people that we welcome into our rehab for alcohol or drug addiction have experienced failed attempts at recovery in the past. If this has happened to you, it’s important not to become disheartened or be too hard on yourself.
Unless you’ve undergone a structured treatment programme at a private residential rehab centre, you haven’t given yourself the best opportunity to succeed in your recovery.
Our holistic approach to addiction treatment, combined with our dedication and state-of-the-art facilities, makes our rehabilitation centre the optimal choice for an effective long-term recovery.
All of our treatment programmes include a mix of therapies which focus on both your psychological connection to alcohol or drugs and therapies which focus on improving your general well-being.
These include stress management, relapse prevention, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), counselling, psychotherapy, mindfulness, yoga, relaxation and sleep management, fitness therapy, art therapy, and nutritional therapy.
We also believe that staying socialised and relaxed during your stay with us is very important to your recovery, therefore we organise social activities for everyone to enjoy. These include quiz nights, film nights, group runs or walks, and family visits.
Do we offer Drug and Alcohol Relapse Prevention?
Drug and alcohol relapse prevention is a crucial tool to learn whilst undergoing addiction treatment. These sessions are led by experts who understand how addiction can impact you physically, psychologically, emotionally, and socially.
It’s crucial that you absorb their knowledge and put your new relapse prevention skills into practise, particularly once you return home after completing your treatment programme.
You may also find it useful to share your relapse prevention knowledge with friends and family so that they can become involved in your recovery.
This is normally a great benefit to have at home as your support network can begin to understand a small part of your treatment and how they can best help you to prevent any relapses from occurring.
What happens when you leave our Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Chapel-en-le-Frith?
We will continue to support you once you’ve completed your 28 days treatment programme with us. Each of our clients receive a free 12 months drug and alcohol aftercare programme to ease the transition back into homelife, deliver ongoing cognitive behavioural therapy or additional relapse prevention sessions to support your recovery.
We can also put you in touch with local support groups like Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous who can continue to provide help whenever it’s needed.
After completing our residential addiction treatment programme and our drug and alcohol aftercare programme, you’ll be in the best position to continue working towards your long-term recovery goals.