Whilst there are many drug and alcohol rehab options in Chesterfield, outpatient addiction treatment or treatment with the NHS can be low-quality and ineffective resulting in your time and efforts being wasted.
As the NHS is sadly so overwhelmed and underfunded, they’re unable to provide a personalised addiction treatment meaning each person receives the same generic treatment programme which isn’t effective in achieving long-term recovery.
As the number of drug and alcohol addictions increase, as does the need for private drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres. Whilst some people may enquire with the NHS or outpatient services initially, after being put on long waiting lists or receiving unsuccessful treatment, they revert back to our private drug and alcohol rehab in Chesterfield where we have an exceptionally high success rate.
If you’re struggling to overcome your addiction to alcohol or drugs, we’re only a phone call away. We’re confident we can help you turn your life around and look forward to a happier, healthier future free from substance abuse. Contact us today on 01908 489 421 or email at [email protected].
What should you do if you have a drug or alcohol addiction?
First of all, you need to accept that you have a problem which needs addressing by a professional rehab for drug and alcohol abuse. Once you’ve verbally acknowledged that you require expert support either to yourself or to your loved ones, you can begin to consider rehabilitation options.
It is extremely useful to confide in a friend or family member, support group or counsellor when going through such a damaging experience. By opening up and trusting the person in front of you, the weight on your shoulders will subside, alleviating some pressure.
We appreciate that opening up to someone about your drug addiction or alcohol addiction can feel overwhelming, particularly if you’ve been in denial about your condition for some time.
We urge you to trust the process, this is the first and possibly the most crucial step you can take in your recovery journey.
There’s absolutely no need to feel ashamed or embarrassed about asking for help, it’s an exceptionally brave thing to do as you’re putting your own well-being first.
In some cases, a mental health issue is a result of excessive substance abuse, or in other situations, an addiction to alcohol or drugs was developed as a way to cope with the mental health issue; the two tend to go hand in hand.
We’re very experienced in selecting the most effective therapies for those who are rehabilitating from a dual diagnosis, so please don’t feel as though our private drug and alcohol rehab wouldn’t benefit you because it certainly would.
What kind of treatments do we deliver at our rehab for drug and alcohol abuse?
We’re experienced in delivering a wide range of treatments for drug and alcohol addiction, and mental health disorders in addition to many more conditions. Our aim is always to reduce our clients stress and encourage positivity during your stay with us to aid your recovery.
Some of the therapies we offer are psychotherapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, psychoeducation, stress management, drug and alcohol relapse prevention, mindfulness, yoga, relaxation and sleep management, art therapy, and fitness therapy.
This blended mix of psychological and well-being focused therapies provides you with the best opportunity to achieve an efficient long-term recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.
In most cases, we’ll also recommend a drug and alcohol detoxification. This is the most effective way to gradually reduce your consumption of alcohol or drugs in a safe and controlled environment.
Our expert team of recovery workers will supervise your detoxification around the clock to ensure you’re as secure and as comfortable as possible.
We strongly advise against any other attempts to detox that aren’t in our private drug and alcohol rehab as this can be very dangerous without the supervision of a medical team. It’s likely that you’ll experience withdrawal symptoms as your drug or alcohol intake is reduced.
Some of these could be quite serious including seizures, insomnia, or delirium tremens meaning you’ll need urgent medical attention to administer prescribed medication to ease the discomfort.
Drug and alcohol aftercare programme
After you’ve completed your residential addiction treatment with us which normally lasts around 28 days, you’ll return home with the added benefit of our completely free drug and alcohol aftercare programme for the first year after your residential treatment.
This is vital in continuing your recovery at home as this first year is when you’re most likely to suffer a drug or alcohol relapse.
As you transition back into your daily life at home, it can prove difficult to implement the new tools and knowledge you’ve learnt with us at our rehab in Chesterfield; this is where our dedicated aftercare comes in.
We will encourage motivation, recommend local support groups like Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous, and offer any additional therapies as needed. Through weekly catch-up sessions, you can check in with those you went through rehab with to celebrate your achievements and voice any concerns you might have.
By completing your residential addiction treatment and drug and alcohol treatment programme, you’ll have the best chance of succeeding in your long-term recovery goals.
Although in some cases, you may need more, especially if you’re close to relapsing or going through a particularly challenging time.
If needed, we can arrange ongoing cognitive behavioural therapy sessions or other bespoke services to aid your long-term recovery.