Drug use in Cornwall continues to increase, with a wealth of individuals becoming addicted to substances such as heroin and alcohol. If you have developed an unhealthy relationship with a substance and now require support to overcome this, attending a drug and alcohol rehab in Cornwall is in your best interest.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Cornwall

You may even wish to consider a residential rehab further from home.

Although many individuals that have become reliant on drugs or alcohol are reluctant to admit that they need help, if you have concluded that you need to turn your life around, you have come to the right place.

At Asana Lodge, we can support you in your journey to a substance-free life.


How Are Addictions Treated?

One of our most commonly asked questions, as you commit to a substance-free life, you will naturally want to find out more about the treatment that you will require.

Typically, treatment at our residential rehab includes detoxification, rehabilitation and aftercare.  Detoxification is administered first, as it enables any harmful toxins to be flushed from your system.  Following this, you will move onto rehabilitation.

Rehabilitation predominantly consists of therapy.  Although the thought of participating in therapy may seem daunting, doing so enables you to work with our recovery team and uncover any factors that have influenced your addiction.

In turn, you will develop coping mechanisms that will support you in the future.

We also offer dual-diagnosis treatment if it is required.  This treatment often sees addictions and mental health disorders treated simultaneously at our treatment centre.

If you believe that you have developed a mental health disorder throughout your addiction, you must inform us of this during your pre-admission assessment.  Likewise, if you have used substances to ease a mental health disorder, we will need to know this.

Please remember that all addictions are different.  The treatment that may help someone else overcome their addiction may not necessarily be suitable for you.

As a result, your treatment programme will be tailored to your individual needs.

As and when you contact us to refer yourself for addiction treatment, our admissions team will be on hand to discuss your addiction with you.

During this time, we will need to ask you a few questions to ensure that we gain a complete understanding of your addiction.

Although it may be the first time that you have openly spoken about your addiction, please be assured that you have no reason to feel nervous or embarrassed. We would also encourage you to be completely honest with us.

The answers that you provide during your pre-admission assessment will enable us to determine the treatment options that will be better suited to your needs.


What Support Is Offered Upon Completing a Treatment Programme at A Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Cornwall?

As you prepare to complete your addiction rehabilitation here at Asana Lodge, it is entirely normal for you to feel a wealth of emotions.

Although you will likely be happy about the thought of returning home to your loved ones, there is a possibility that you will feel somewhat nervous and anxious too.

If this resonates with you, you are not alone.  Many of our patients will experience feelings of apprehension as they prepare to leave our residential rehab.  It is common to have concerns regarding relapsing or not having any support away from rehab.

However, at Asana Lodge, we have developed exceptional aftercare support.  Providing you with additional support for 12 months after you have completed your in-patient treatment, our aftercare includes group therapy, family therapy and access to local support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous.

In addition, we will always be just a phone call away should you need someone to talk to.


Why Is Aftercare Essential?

As you leave rehab, you will have a new outlook on life.  For the first time in a long time, you will be substance-free and ready to take on the world.

However, although you have overcome your addiction, as you settle back into your everyday life, you may once again be surrounded by the substances that you were addicted to.

In addition, as you leave rehab and return home, you may come face-to-face with the factors that initially caused you to turn to a substance, for example, stress, anxiety or memories of a traumatic event.

Although throughout your time at a drug and alcohol rehab in Cornwall, you will have devised a wealth of coping strategies, without aftercare support, you may find yourself unable to manage.

Taking advantage of the free aftercare supplied to you will prevent you from relapsing.  It will also offer you additional support outside of rehab.

For example, attending recovery groups will enable you to voice any concerns you have and seek help from those who are on the same journey as you.

As touched on above, aftercare support will also see you able to take advantage of family therapy sessions.  In turn, you will have the ability to continue to work on repairing any broken relationships that your addiction unfortunately caused.


How Many People Have Successfully Completed Treatment at Asana Lodge?

At Asana Lodge, we understand that as you begin to consider seeking treatment for your drug or alcohol addiction, you will want to gauge how many people have been successfully treated at our facilities.

We are entirely transparent and proud to say that our team of qualified professionals have treated over 1,000 patients.  99% of those that have walked through our doors have completed treatment and recovered from their addictions.


Seek Our Support Today

Although taking the first step in seeking support from a drug and alcohol rehab in Cornwall may cause you to feel uneasy, we have ensured that our admission process is stress-free.

Having provided over 1,000 individuals with the support and knowledge they need to overcome their addiction once and for all, we are sure that we can help you live a healthier, happier life.

If you are ready to overcome your addiction, please do not hesitate to call us on 01908 489 421 today.