Across the United Kingdom, thousands of individuals are silently struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction.

If you find yourself struggling with an addiction, but are yet to take advantage of the support and treatment that is readily available to you via a drug and alcohol rehab in Droitwich, we would advise you to do so as soon as possible.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Droitwich

Although admitting that an addiction is present in your life is somewhat daunting and uncomfortable, doing so will see you provided with the life-changing support and treatment that you need.

Sadly, delaying treatment will gradually cause your addiction to intensify. This will see your physical and psychological health drastically impaired. It could also see your relationships with others destroyed.

If you are contemplating seeking support from a drug and alcohol rehab in Droitwich, but find yourself overwhelmed, why not contact us?

At Asana Lodge, we provide private residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation treatment to individuals across the country. Our treatment offerings are second to none, and our facilities are outstanding.

Irrespective of the substance that you have become addicted to, we guarantee that with our support, you will make a long term recovery.

 

What Treatment Will I Be Subject To?

At Asana Lodge, your physical and psychological health is at the forefront of everything we do. Our treatments have been specifically designed to ensure that our clients have the best possible chance of making a long term recovery.

If you have decided that rehab is in your best interest, gaining an understanding of the treatment that is available to you can often ease the worries that come hand in hand with the thought of attending a drug and alcohol rehab in Droitwich.

To ensure that our clients secure a substance-free future, our treatment programmes consist of detoxification, one-to-one counselling, psychotherapy, brain and body restoration and aftercare support.

It should be noted that the treatment programmes provided by Asana Lodge are bespoke to the needs of each individual that enters our residential rehab.

Before commencing treatment, we will conduct a pre-admission assessment and a further medical assessment to determine the severity of your addiction. We will evaluate the impact your addiction has had on your physical and psychological health, and we will decide whether any additional treatment may be required.

Based on the information gathered, our recovery and medical team will devise a treatment programme that you can guarantee is tailored to your personal needs.

Please note, the treatments that we offer will likely differ to the treatments provided by a drug and alcohol rehab in Droitwich.

 

How Long Will My Treatment Take?

We understand that you will want to attempt to gauge how long it will take you to complete treatment before you enter our rehab. However, determining how long your treatment will take without an understanding of your addiction is almost impossible.

As touched on above, when the time comes for you to enter our facilities, the severity of your addiction and the impact it has had on your physical and psychological health will be evaluated via an admissions assessment.

This assessment will provide our medical staff with the opportunity to understand your addiction and uncover the treatment that will be best suited to your recovery needs. In turn, we will be able to ascertain just how long it will take you to complete your treatment programme.

The typical programme can take between 28 and 90 days to complete. However, as your progress will be under constant review, the length of time you are required to stay with us may fluctuate.

We would ask you to remain open-minded when considering how long it will take you to complete your treatment programme. We understand the reasons behind determining how long you will need to stay as an inpatient for; however, drug and alcohol addiction treatment simply cannot be rushed.

 

Will I Be Able To See My Family During My Time In Rehab?

As you entertain the prospect of attending our residential rehab, the thought of being away from your family for an extended period may cause you to become somewhat hesitant.

Although you will not be able to leave our facilities during your rehabilitation treatment, we do provide our clients with the opportunity to see their family through the employment of family days.

You will also be able to communicate with your family via phone call, text message and even video call in the evenings.

 

What Should I Bring With Me On My Admission Day?

As you contact our admissions team and refer yourself for treatment, you may be left wondering what you will need to bring with you to ensure that you have everything you need as you commence treatment.

Although we provide a wealth of amenities to ensure that your stay is comfortable, we advise and welcome you to pack the following items;

  • Comfortable clothing
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Nightwear
  • Swimwear
  • Toiletries
  • Musical instruments
  • Books or magazines
  • Pictures of family and friends
  • Home comforts
  • Mobile phones, laptops and tablets

In addition to the above, you should also bring any medication that your GP has prescribed you. However, you will need to show us proof that your GP has prescribed any medication you bring into our residential rehab.

We would also encourage you to bring a small amount of money with you. We regularly take walks to the local village.  Here, you will have the ability to purchase items of interest, sweets and other treats.

It should be noted that any toiletries that you bring from home will be checked to ensure that they do not contain alcohol. In the instance that items contain alcohol, they will be removed from our premises.

 

Contact Asana Lodge For Support Today

If you are ready to overcome your addiction and secure a substance-free future, please pick up the phone and call us today.

Our admissions team is on hand to discuss our treatments with you, answer any questions you have and help you take the first step in defeating your drug or alcohol addiction.