To withdraw, recover and remain clean from drugs and alcohol, you’ll need to complete a tailored programme, full of proven treatments. Private rehab will be the best place to access and experience such a high-quality programme from.
Although a level of support and addiction treatment can be accessed through the NHS, it can be very difficult to encounter immediate and personal services.
As addiction recovery is a time sensitive process, and as your decision to recover can understandably change, finding and referring yourself into rehab will be the next best step. A CQC registered, specialist drug and alcohol rehab in Harborne will be a suitable option to welcome and encounter.
At Asana Lodge, we can help you with your referral, treatment programme, recovery experience and long-term recovery goals, from our specialist rehabilitation centre. Reach out to treat your habits and addiction through an effective and reliable process.
We offer safe detoxification, effective rehabilitation and aftercare services to sustainably treat addiction. Contact our team through our helpline, to recover and change your life away from drug and alcohol abuse.
Get In Touch
Are you suffering from a Drug or Alcohol Addiction and need help? If so, Asana Lodge is a leading UK based expert 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 call-back by clicking on the below form.
How to find a drug and alcohol rehab in Harborne?
Rehab should be a personal experience. Each step you take should be suitable for your needs, recommended to progress your recovery journey. Through the NHS, it’s extremely challenging to experience personalisation, as demand is so high. Commonly, generic treatment programmes are offered. Yet due to the unpredictable and diverse nature of addiction, they are mostly ineffective.
To experience an effective process, finding a drug and alcohol rehab in Harborne is recommended. Through private rehab, you will have the reassurance of a tailored process, which is worked around your needs, rather than commonalities.
To find the right clinic, you should be aware of your needs, and you should prioritise them. Be aware of how much time you have to dedicate to rehab, the amount of money that you can invest, and the type of support you’ll best accept. It’s also important to be truthful about your struggles, triggers, and symptoms of addiction.
With awareness, you’ll be prepared with an idea of what’s important and effective for you personally, which will be accommodated via a CQC registered private rehab. Where tailored programmes are offered, where proven treatments are used, and where rehab options are available, you’ll have the chance to recover.
A self-referral into rehab
You can complete a self-referral into rehab. This is the quickest, most private, and comfortable way to access support.
By contacting our team at Asana Lodge, you can refer yourself for support via our rehabilitation centre. The admissions process will then follow, which will define and understand your personal needs. We will be aware of what’s important to you, for your health and for recovery. With your input, we will be equipped to form a tailored programme, accommodating your personal needs.
A referral and admission can be completed efficiently, making all arrangements for your visit. At this point, you’ll also need to think about whether you hope to check into a drug and alcohol rehab in Harborne for inpatient treatment, or to visit weekly for outpatient treatment. Your decision will influence your next steps and the arrangements that we make.
Recommended treatment and therapy options
Through inpatient rehab, you can complete a range of treatment and therapy options over a 28-day period. A progressive programme will be formed, offering consistent exposure to proven techniques. The same type of programme can be expected through outpatient rehab. Yet treatments will be spread out to follow your weekly visits, meaning that completion can take a few months.
Recommendations of treatment and therapy will be based on the type of support you require to recover. Your mental health, lifestyle and coping styles will also be considered, with the aim to improve them through rehab.
Treatment and therapy options which are recommended include:
- Drug and alcohol detoxification, to withdraw the body
- Cognitive behavioural therapy, to help understand and digest the emotional symptoms of addiction
- One-to-one therapy, to break down your triggers and to move on from them
- Group therapy, to gain some perspective, support, and accountability
- Family therapy, to rebuild any bridges, to increase mutual understanding and to offer all-round support
- Dual diagnosis treatments, to treat any co-occurring mental health symptoms/disorders
- Stress management, to understand and manage stress better
- Relapse prevention planning, to plan for post-rehab life and to prevent common relapse risks
- Holistic therapies, to offer balance, greater wellbeing, and mindfulness through recovery
Our treatments and therapies are proven to motivate recovery at a sustainable level. We mix both traditional and holistic therapies to treat and manage addiction for the long-term. All services are safe and will be recommended on a per client basis.
Expected recovery results
Although recovery results are personal and can change depending on a number of factors, there are expected milestones to achieve whilst visiting a private drug and alcohol rehab in Harborne.
Results of withdrawal are expected, by completing a medically assisted detox. To unlearn habits, become aware of personal triggers, and to gain a stronger, more positive mindset are also expected. Leaving rehab with healthy coping strategies, with the ability to lead a life without drugs and alcohol, and the knowledge on how to sustain sobriety are also realistic goals.
Every recovery journey will differ, especially post-rehab. The choices you make once you return to life in Harborne will impact your long-term relationship with drugs and alcohol. Yet by applying the tools that rehab offers, optimistic recovery results are achievable.
We at Asana Lodge are here to provide you with the education, treatments, tools, and support to reach sobriety and long-term recovery.
Access rehab here at Asana Lodge
Private rehab can be accessed here, by completing your self-referral. If you’re instead worried about a loved one, you can complete a family and friend referral. Both can lead to an admission, into a drug and alcohol rehab in Harborne. Yet for the latter, full acceptance will be needed by your loved one.
Reach out to begin the admissions process, to complete a proven, effective recovery process.
See more information about drug and alcohol rehab in the Birmingham area here.
How do you convince someone to go to rehab?
Welcoming, experiencing and completing rehab is a personal choice and commitment. You cannot make someone enter without their full acceptance. Yet you can motivate them to consider and invest into rehab. The best way to do so will be by supporting them, educating them, helping them prepare and find a suitable rehab clinic. Your support and approach can increase the necessity and desirability of rehab, which may take some time to consider, yet will be worthwhile once accepted.
What should I pack for rehab?
Packing for rehab can feel overwhelming, as an inpatient programme will last 28 days. Yet you’ll have everything you need to recover, apart from your personal items. You should pack hygiene and beauty products, prescriptions, clothing, and any items that will ease the process. You should avoid any prohibited items, which include drugs and alcohol, food, weapons or dangerous objects, and electrical devices. Full guidance on rehab preparations will be provided prior to your admission here at Asana Lodge.
What is outpatient rehab?
Outpatient rehab is a flexible treatment programme which carries over a number of months. You’ll select a drug and alcohol rehab in Harborne to visit for weekly treatment sessions, whilst accessing outpatient support and resources. An outpatient programme is beneficial for those who cannot dedicate their full time and life to rehab. Yet to experience its benefits, it’s important that you can cope with the longer timescale and the level of freedom that’s attached. Reach out for more information on outpatient rehab, to gauge its suitability.