Have you been looking for a private drug and alcohol rehab in Halesowen?

When searching for ‘drug and alcohol rehab facilities near me’, you’ve likely been overwhelmed with a variety of options ranging from ineffective, low cost treatment services to exceptional, private drug and alcohol rehabs like ours.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Halesowen

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We can assure you, by joining our residential addiction treatment, you’ll be giving yourself the very best opportunity to succeed in your long-term recovery.

If you were to use outpatient or free local health services for your addiction treatment, you’ll likely be added to a long waiting list, experience an ineffective treatment service, and come out of it feeling very disheartened and reluctant to try again.

Save yourself the time, money, and efforts by coming straight to our rehab in Halesowen. We have a very high success rate of recoveries and an exceptional team of addiction specialists to guide you along every step of the way.


What are the main causes of Addiction?

Each person will have a unique reason behind how or why they became addicted to alcohol or drugs. There are, however, some common causes we can look at which include:

  • Social circle: This is an easy and accessible way to become introduced to substance abuse. It’s likely to begin with less serious drugs or a small amount of alcohol, but this quickly escalates into excessive consumption and more serious drugs. The more frequent you use, the quicker you’ll become addicted. Once you’re addicted, there’s no social aspect to it anymore, it’s a need that you have to supply, but which you don’t get any fulfilment from. It’s important to remember that who you hang around with can make a huge difference to your way of life.
  • Traumatic events: If you’ve experienced a traumatic or stressful event in the past such as losing a loved one, family breakdown, job loss, or debt, it can sometimes lead people to abuse alcohol or drugs as a coping mechanism. However, when the realisation kicks in that it hasn’t helped, you can feel numb and try to cope with this addiction problem with more alcohol or drugs.
  • Family background: Unfortunately, it’s quite common to see that many people who have a family history of drug or alcohol abuse often end up following in the same path; this doesn’t mean that you can’t be helped though. Being brought up in a traumatic environment can also negatively impact your ability to deal with stress or mental health conditions, increasing your likelihood of turning to alcohol or drugs.
  • Mental health issues: Studies have shown that those who suffer from mental health issues are up to 50% more susceptible to drug and alcohol addiction. Although it may feel as though a temporary fix, this is making things so much worse for your mental health in the long-run, and can cause serious, life-changing damage.

Though these are some of the most common underlying causes of drug or alcohol addiction, it’s more likely that someone’s story behind their substance abuse is a combination of reasons rather than just one.

The important thing to remember is, whatever the reason is why you became addicted to alcohol or drugs, we can help you overcome it and live a life completely free of drug and alcohol abuse.


How does the Residential Addiction Treatment Process work?

We have a fantastic team of recovery workers including psychiatrists, therapists, and doctors, who all specialise in addiction treatment.

They will help you to overcome your physical and psychological dependency to alcohol or drugs, leaving you free to create a happier, healthier life without drug and alcohol abuse.

One of the first elements in your addiction treatment is a drug and alcohol detoxification. This is the most effective way to cleanse your body of the toxins and begin your subsequent therapies with a clear mind.

You may experience some unpleasant withdrawal symptoms, but our team are on hand 24/7 to ensure you’re safe and as comfortable as possible whilst undergoing your detox.

Within each treatment programme, we’ll include a well-balanced combination of psychological and well-being therapies. This holistic approach to your drug and alcohol rehabilitation has proven to be most effective in achieving a long-term recovery.

Our expert team can deliver stress management, drug and alcohol relapse prevention, cognitive behavioural therapy, individual, group or family counselling, psychotherapy, and psychoeducation.

In addition to these more traditional, psychological therapies, we also ensure our clients receive well-being focused therapies to help them to relax throughout their residential addiction treatment.

These well-being therapies include relaxation and sleep management, mindfulness, yoga, low level laser therapy, NAD+ therapy, fitness therapy, art therapy, nutritional therapy, Satori chair therapy, and Indian head or full body massage.

This is a fantastic range of evidence-based therapies that we offer at our private drug and alcohol rehab in Halesowen. We’re confident that we can design a personalised treatment programme to help benefit you most and achieve your long-term recovery goals.


Do you feel ready to begin your drug and alcohol rehabilitation?

If you’re still unsure as to whether rehab for drug and alcohol abuse is right for you, then these are some signs which could indicate that you require professional support:

  • You’re struggling to perform well in your job
  • You’re experiencing damaging effects to your physical and psychological health
  • Your relationships with family and friends have become strained
  • You’re engaging in risk taking behaviour whilst under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • You’re in debt as a result of financing your expensive addiction

Any of the above are serious indicators that you need to visit a private drug and alcohol rehab immediately. We can help you turn your life around for the better, we promise it’ll be the best decision you’ll ever make.

If you’re ready to start your journey to recovery, contact us today on 01908 489 421 or email at info@asanalodge.com.

See more information about drug and alcohol rehab in the Birmingham area here.