Are you struggling with the effects caused by your addiction to alcohol or drugs?
Not only can addiction have a detrimental impact on your physical and psychological health, but it can also destroy your relationships with family and friends, ruin your finances and even cost you your job.
There are no positives to drug or alcohol addiction whatsoever. Overcome this awful disease once and all by getting in touch with our drug and alcohol rehab in Glossop.
We can help you create a happier, healthier future to look forward to, free from drug or alcohol abuse.
Why should you join a Private Drug and Alcohol Rehab?
Whilst there are treatment options available with the NHS and outpatient services, these won’t be nearly as effective as private drug and alcohol rehab treatment.
It’s very difficult to overcome an addiction to alcohol or drugs without the professional support and consistent reassurance of an expert team of addiction specialists.
If you were to return home each night after outpatient or NHS treatment, you’re much more likely to suffer a relapse as there’s so many distractions and negative influences which could tempt you back into old habits.
By joining our residential rehab for drug and alcohol abuse, you’re avoiding all of these distractions and giving yourself the best opportunity to focus solely on your long-term recovery.
All of our clients receive 24/7 care and attention at our drug and alcohol rehab in Glossop. We design personalised treatment programmes for each individual, including a bespoke selection of psychological and well-being therapies.
A tailored treatment programme greatly increases your chances of success; you won’t get this personalisation anywhere else but at a private drug and alcohol rehab.
Not only do we have a fantastic, dedicated team of addiction specialists, but we also deliver industry-leading therapies which are all evidence-based and have a proven high success rate.
Our high-specification facility boasts luxurious accommodation with private rooms, daily nutritious meals, and organised social activities to enjoy in your downtime.
We strive to create a positive, relaxed atmosphere at our rehab in Glossop, where each client receives around the clock care and guidance to achieve their long-term recovery goals.
Are you ready to join a rehab for drug and alcohol abuse?
It’s very common to see people who are suffering from drug or alcohol addiction in denial about their condition as they find it too difficult to accept that they need help. In order for your residential addiction treatment to work, you must admit to yourself that you require professional support.
You must then be sure that you’re 100% committed to leaving drugs and alcohol behind for good; if you can’t completely dedicate yourself to our drug and alcohol rehabilitation, then our treatments won’t take effect as they’re intended to.
In addition to drug and alcohol rehabilitation, we also provide mental health treatments and support for those who need it. We regularly welcome in clients who have a dual diagnosis which is where an individual is suffering from an addiction to alcohol or drugs, as well as mental health issues.
Our team are widely experienced in helping people from all walks of life with a vast variety of conditions, there’s no need to feel embarrassed or ashamed when talking to us about your personal circumstances.
It all starts with one simple phone call or email to our friendly admissions team. Once you’re ready to talk, we’re here to listen.
After you’ve made your initial contact, we can arrange for a pre-screening assessment so that we can get to know each other better and understand more about the nature of your addiction. This assessment will help us to create the most effective residential addiction treatment programme which is specific to your unique needs, allowing an efficient and long-term recovery.
We can then agree on a date for you to begin your life-changing treatment with us at our drug and alcohol rehab in Glossop.
Is drug and alcohol detoxification important?
One of the first steps we’re likely to recommend upon joining our drug and alcohol rehabilitation is to undergo a detox. It’s highly effective in most cases so is a good way to begin your residential addiction treatment.
A drug and alcohol detoxification allows your body to recover from the impact of substance abuse by cleansing your systems of the toxic chemicals. Whilst detoxing can be a difficult and potentially dangerous process, it’s crucial to achieving a life completely free from alcohol or drugs.
Some people may attempt to detox at home; however, this is strongly advised against as you’d be left with no essential support or immediate access to medical attention should you need it.
As you gradually reduce your intake of alcohol or drugs, you’ll likely begin to experience withdrawal symptoms, some of which can be very uncomfortable. You could be at risk of nausea, dizziness, headaches, and even insomnia, seizures, or delirium tremens (the DT’s), thus highlighting the need for expert supervision throughout the entire process.
Once you’ve successfully completed your drug and alcohol detoxification and the toxins have left your body, you can begin your psychological and well-being therapies with a much clearer mind.
The psychological attachment to alcohol or drugs is often the most difficult to overcome, so it’s important to complete a detox to increase your functionality and motivation to succeed.
What happens when you leave our private drug and alcohol rehab?
After completing a treatment programme, the most common time to relapse is within the first 12 months. This is why all of our clients receive 12 months free drug and alcohol aftercare programme to aid with drug and alcohol relapse prevention and to offer additional support where necessary.
Your aftercare is just as important as your residential addiction treatment, so we encourage everyone to take advantage of this fantastic service.
Are you ready to begin your journey to long-term recovery from alcohol or drugs? Call us today on 01908 489 421 or email us at [email protected].