Here at Asana Lodge, we offer state-of-the-art drug and alcohol rehab treatment for people in Keighley. Find out more about our treatment services here.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Keighley

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If you’re thinking about joining a private drug and alcohol rehab clinic, then you’ve already taken one of the most difficult steps towards achieving your long-term recovery from addiction. Accepting the fact that you’re struggling with an addiction to alcohol or drugs can be extremely difficult, many people remain in denial about their addiction despite living with physical and psychological health issues as a result of this substance abuse.

If you or someone you love ever shows any signs of addiction, then there’s no time to waste when it comes to seeking out professional support. Drug and alcohol addiction will only get worse if you don’t treat it, the only way to effectively overcome this serious disease is to join an alcohol rehab.

At our rehab centre in Keighley, we help countless people who are suffering from drug or alcohol addiction to live their life free from these substances. With our expertise and years of experience, we understand how to personalise each person’s rehabilitation programme to achieve the best results possible. By taking the time to get to know each of our clients we can help you to identify the root of your addiction problem and tackle the issues which may have led you to become addicted to alcohol or drugs.

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Addiction Treatment at Rehab in Keighley

We have a high-quality facility with expert resources and a dedicated team of medical staff who are on hand to help you every step of the way. Our evidence-based therapies are utilised to break your physical, psychological, and emotional connections to alcohol or drugs so that you can fully overcome your addiction.

Our tailored treatment programmes include a well-balanced combination of psychological therapies and well-being therapies alongside a highly recommended alcohol or drug detox. Some examples of psychological therapies that we frequently deliver are family counselling, relapse prevention, cognitive behavioural therapy (also known as CBT), stress management, dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), and psychotherapy.

To complement these popular psychological therapies, we also ensure that we take care of your general health throughout the duration of your treatment programme. To achieve this goal, some of the therapies we provide focus on improving your well-being, including mindfulness, art therapy, relaxation and sleep management, music therapy and fitness therapy.

If you follow an addiction treatment plan which includes this mixture of therapies, you’ll not only focus on taking care of your general well-being but will also work on breaking your psychological connection with the substance. All of this alongside clinical detoxification has proven to be the most successful method of rehabilitation, particularly when delivered in a private drug and alcohol rehab centre.


Choosing Private Residential Rehab

After making the decision to join a rehabilitation programme, your next decision will be choosing to either join a residential rehab (sometimes referred to as inpatient rehab) or to join rehab as an outpatient. The primary difference between the two is where you stay overnight. By joining rehab as an inpatient, you’ll stay overnight at our drug and alcohol rehab whereas an outpatient will remain at home whilst visiting a rehab clinic.

This is a personal choice. For many people, they find joining rehab as an outpatient to be slightly more flexible as you’re able to stay in the familiar environment of the home. However, this isn’t the right choice for everyone as sometimes your home environment can be a reminder of the place where you’ve faced challenges with your addiction or be a potential trigger to relapse, particularly if you have any negative influences at home which could distract you from your rehabilitation.

When it comes to joining rehab as an inpatient, you’re in a recovery-focused environment away from home, with the support of others going through similar challenges. In addition to this, you have the dedicated 24/7 assistance of a professional team who have years of experience in helping people overcome their drug or alcohol addictions.

Whilst looking at both outpatient and inpatient options is important, it’s useful to know that the greatest rate of successful recoveries is produced from those who have undergone rehabilitation at an inpatient rehab.


Addiction Treatment Aftercare Plan

At our drug and alcohol rehab Keighley, all of our clients receive a personalised treatment programme which typically lasts up to 28 days. In addition to this, we also provide all of our clients with a fully tailored aftercare programme to minimise the risk of relapse upon completion of your addiction treatment. Our aftercare programmes are completely free and offer an excellent service to give you the best chance of successfully continuing your recovery at home.

Our expert aftercare team will provide you with whatever additional support you may need as you transition back into home life without alcohol or drugs. Our team can be reached over the phone or in person to organise ongoing therapy sessions such as counselling, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), or relapse prevention.

We place a big emphasis on relapse prevention as this is key to understanding your triggers and how to avoid them. You may want to consider involving your family or friends in your counselling sessions as they can be a great aid in helping with relapse prevention when you’re at home.

We’re also able to arrange sessions at local support groups such as Narcotics Anonymous or Alcoholics Anonymous which are effective settings for many people to share and learn from other people’s experiences. However, we do understand that not everyone is comfortable opening up about their addiction to alcohol or drugs in a group setting.

If you’re ready to take on this life-changing experience and build a better future for yourself and your loved ones, then we’re ready to help you achieve your goals. Get in touch with us today on 0800 880 7596 or at


Frequently Asked Questions

Is long term recovery achievable?

Recovering from an addiction is not something that happens overnight, and you must take life one day at a time – being sure to not put too much pressure on yourself and realise that the longest journeys are made by putting one foot in front of the other. Making use of the resources available and leaning on people for support will be key to achieving long-term recovery and leading a better life than the one that brought you to Asana Lodge.

What happens when I leave rehab?

That depends on you. After rehab, the recovery journey is not over as the rest of your life waits. Taking advantage of our aftercare package and remaining vigilant as you attend weekly support meetings is essential to staying clean. Using all you have learnt during your time with us, hopefully, you can lead a fulfilling life free of addiction.

How do you convince someone to go to rehab?

There is no set path to getting someone the help they need. You don’t know how people will react and it can turn into a very stressful situation. Getting educated about addiction as a disease, researching possible rehab options and looking for professional help are good ways to approach the topic. Having answers for possible reservations and being supported by a professional may put the person you are trying to convince more at ease and more amenable to the idea. The best thing you can do is to be understanding and avoid negativity.