Whilst searching for a drug and alcohol rehab in Hednesford, it’s likely you’ll have plenty of questions as you sift through an overwhelming amount of addiction treatment options.
We completely understand how daunting and nerve-wracking it can be to commit yourself to completing a residential addiction treatment at a private drug and alcohol rehab, thus we hope to alleviate any concerns you might have.
It’s possible to receive addiction treatment using an outpatient service where you return home each night, likewise, you could seek treatment from the NHS.
However, these low-cost or free treatment programmes are unlikely to be effective, they’re certainly not personalised to suit your unique needs as they just don’t have the resources to do so.
By returning home each night after undergoing treatment, you’re exposing yourself to distractions and possible temptations which could lead you into relapsing. In order to achieve an effective long-term recovery, it’s vital that you seek help from a residential private drug and alcohol rehab where you can be supervised around the clock and have no negative influences.
It has been proven that residential addiction treatment has the highest success rate because you’re only left with one thing to focus on, your recovery. At our drug and alcohol rehab in Hednesford, we take care of your housekeeping, laundry and prepare nutritious meals for you to enjoy each day.
We even arrange social activities for you to take part in during your downtime such as quiz nights, film nights, and group walks or runs, easing your recovery process.
So, if you’re looking for a recovery focused, positive environment, where you can fully concentrate on overcoming your addiction to alcohol or drugs indefinitely, then get in touch with us today to begin your journey to a new life free from addiction.
How does our residential addiction treatment work?
Our years of experience, and recognised studies, show us that the most effective treatment programmes are those which are personalised to each individual as opposed to following a generic treatment programme.
For this important reason, we deliver bespoke treatment programmes to each of our clients which include a well-balanced combination of psychological and well-being therapies to give you the greatest opportunity of achieving your long-term recovery goals.
All of our addiction treatments are evidence-based and have a high rate of success, however it’s important to note that unless you’re fully committed to overcoming your addiction to alcohol or drugs, these therapies aren’t likely to be as effective as they should be. You must accept that you’re leaving addiction behind for good and be prepared to move on with a new life, thus fully embracing our support.
Once you’re dedicated to turning your life around, our addiction therapies should work as they’re intended to. Initially, we’ll likely recommend that you begin your treatment with a drug and alcohol detoxification to remove the harmful toxins caused by drug addiction or alcohol addiction.
Whilst detoxing is highly effective, it does come with some risk, especially as withdrawal symptoms start to appear. These could be quite mild nausea or dizziness, but they could also be more severe symptoms such as insomnia, seizures, or delirium tremens (the DT’s) which require immediate medical attention.
This is why it’s so crucial that you undergo a drug and alcohol detoxification in a safe and controlled environment. If you don’t, the detox is unlikely to be effective and would be extremely dangerous, potentially even fatal.
Once you’ve successfully completed your detox, you will move onto your psychological therapies could include cognitive behavioural therapy, individual, group or family counselling, drug and alcohol relapse prevention, stress management, family intervention and mediation, and motivational interviewing.
These will be delivered together our well-being focused therapies such as relaxation and sleep management, mindfulness, low level laser therapy, art therapy, music therapy, acupuncture, acu-detox, and diet and nutritional support.
By following a holistic and diverse addiction treatment programme this this, you’ll have the greatest chance of succeeding in your long-term recovery goals.
What is dual diagnosis?
Dual diagnosis is more common than you may think. When someone has a dual diagnosis, it means they’re suffering from an addiction to alcohol or drugs in addition to a mental health issue.
We’re very familiar with treating this condition at our drug and alcohol rehab in Hednesford as around 50% of people who struggle with mental health issues are prone to drug or alcohol abuse. You might not even realise that you have a dual diagnosis as there needs to be much more awareness raised about this condition.
Our experienced team can you help to uncover the underlying reasons behind your drug or alcohol addiction, as well as your mental health issues. A dual diagnosis can either occur when someone who is suffering with their mental health turns to drugs or alcohol as a form of coping mechanism, or alternatively, when someone is excessively abusing alcohol or drugs, they can develop mental health issues as a result.
In some cases, we’re able to identify a more prevalent condition of the two, but it’s also possible that they’re equal to each together. Whichever it is, we’re confident we can help you overcome both conditions and live a happier, healthier life.
What happens when you leave our drug and alcohol treatment centre?
We continue our support even after you’ve left our private drug and alcohol rehab centre. All of our clients benefit from a free 12-month drug and alcohol aftercare programme to aid the transition back into homelife.
The first year can be quite difficult as you adjust your new behaviours into your way of life, this is also the time when you’re most likely to experience a relapse, therefore we can continue your drug and alcohol relapse prevention sessions to help with this.
Invest in yourself and turn your life around for the better. Contact our team today on 01908 489 421 and we can guide you from there.