Are you searching for a drug and alcohol rehab in Fenland? Here at Asana Lodge, we have many rehab centres across the UK who are equipped and ready to help you overcome your addiction.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Fenland

There are thousands of people struggling with addiction to alcohol or drugs; these are some of the most dangerous substances in the world and when abused excessively, can result in the end of relationships with loved ones, losing your job or home, broken families, and significant deterioration of your physical and psychological health.

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Are you suffering from a Drug or Alcohol Addiction in Fenland and need help? If so, Asana Lodge are leading UK based experts 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 callback by clicking on the below form.

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How do you know if you have a Drug or Alcohol Addiction?

The majority of people who suffer from drug or alcohol addiction, often fail to realise that they have a problem at all. It’s very common to see people in denial about their substance abuse and attempt to downplay the impact it’s having on their lives.

But once you notice that you’re struggling to stop taking drugs or drinking alcohol, it’s very important that you seek out professional support as quickly as possible.

For some people, the first step can be the hardest as you’ll need to admit that you have an addition to alcohol or drugs and need help to move past this.

If you’re worried about a friend or family member who could be struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction, but they’re reluctant to speak to anyone about it, there are a few signs to look out for.

  • Are they going through unexpected financial difficulties which could be down to increased spending on substance abuse?
  • Are they spending less time in their usual social circles or have they made friends with a new group who encourage drug taking or excessive drinking?
  • Have their behaviours significantly changed or they’re not acting like their usual selves?
  • Has their physical appearance or psychological mindset deteriorated?

It can be very difficult to tell if a person is living with an addiction to drugs or alcohol by only their physical appearance. If you are worried about a close friend or family member, then you may have also noticed a significant change in their weight, bloodshot eyes, a gaunt facial appearance, or skin sores.

If you do notice any of these changes within a loved one, it’s essential that you’re there for them and that you encourage them to open up to you about what they’re experiencing.

They’ll most likely be reluctant to acknowledge or speak about their addiction, but just listening can also be a great help. If you need urgent support, you can contact our rehab in Fenland and refer your friend or family member to us by using our family and friend referral service.

It’s also possible for us to arrange an intervention if needed. This can help your loved one to recognise the impact they’re having on those around them in addition to the harm they’re doing to themselves.

 

Why is Drug and Alcohol Rehab important?

What may have started from recreational drinking or drug taking can quickly turn into a dependency on the substance, which then could develop into an addiction. These addictions to alcohol or drugs are fairly prevalent throughout the UK with many treatment services available to those who need it.

It’s important to know that addiction can’t be treated using medication alone, it’s also extremely difficult to recover from addiction without any support from addiction specialists.

We have a fantastic team of trained psychiatrists, doctors, nurses, therapists, and mental health support workers who can help you to determine what may have caused your addiction to alcohol or drugs in the first place.

We’re able to look at both your physical and psychological links to the substance through various addiction treatment therapies; this is one of the many great benefits of our residential rehab in Fenland.

We also ensure that you receive a tailored treatment programme which features is a well-balanced, holistic approach to your rehabilitation in order to provide you with the very best chances of achieving your long-term recovery.

Our alcohol and drug rehab offers all of our clients 24/7 support from our dedicated team of recovery workers who work tirelessly to keep you motivated and on track to overcoming your addiction.

Throughout the duration of your stay with us which usually lasts around 28 days, our team will be by your side you through drug and alcohol detoxification, psychological and well-being therapies, and even into your aftercare plan.

The chances of making a full long-term recovery from drug or alcohol addiction are much higher when you choose to join a residential rehab centre. The main reason for this is that you stay in peaceful, recovery focused accommodation with people who are in a similar situation to you.

Achieving a full recovery becomes much harder if you choose to remain at home whilst receiving your addiction treatment. This is because home life brings with it many distractions and potential negative influences which could significantly delay your success.

At our rehab in Fenland, we remove all of the distractions, so that all you have to concentrate on is getting healthy and happy, and returning home with a tailored aftercare plan in place.

 

What is the Admissions process for our Rehab in Fenland?

It can be very difficult to take that first step towards your road to recovery, but just remember, we’ll be there for you on the other side to help you as much as we possibly can.

When you get in touch with our admissions team, we will discuss the rehab treatment options available to you, as well as arranging a pre-screening assessment to help us get to know you more.

After your assessment, we’ll organise an admissions date for you to join our rehab in Fenland which is usually within 48 hours of our initial conversation.

Get in touch with us today on 01908 489 421 or email us at [email protected] for more information.