There’s no denying that breaking an addiction to alcohol or drugs is extremely difficult, however, we’re here to tell you that there is a way for you to overcome this awful condition.
With the help of our drug and alcohol rehab in Mansfield Woodhouse, you can remove substance abuse from your life once and for all.
Unlike outpatient services or free local health services, when you join our rehab for drug and alcohol abuse, you’ll stay with us throughout the duration of your residential addiction treatment, allowing you to solely focus on your long-term recovery with no distractions.
As a recognised and vastly experienced drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre, we’ve perfected our personalised treatment programmes, inclusive of industry-leading addiction therapies to help you achieve an effective recovery.
With a positive, calming atmosphere, our private drug and alcohol rehab has helped countless people win their battle against alcohol or drugs; let us help you next.
What are the first steps to joining a Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation?
Before you can even get in touch with our drug and alcohol rehab in Mansfield Woodhouse, you must first accept that you have an addiction to alcohol or drugs.
In many cases, we’ve seen individuals struggle to admit to others around them and even to themselves that they’re battling an addiction. It’s quite common to see people in denial about their condition as they avoid any discussions around the topic whatsoever.
If you’re concerned about a loved one suffering from drug or alcohol addiction and you’re struggling to get through to them, you can refer them to our rehab centre through our friends and family referral service where we could arrange an intervention if necessary.
Taking the first step like this for a loved one can be extremely beneficial in aiding their recovery process.
Once you’re able to accept that you need professional support, you must be fully committed to putting 100% into your residential addiction treatment. If you’re not completely willing to follow our treatment programmes, they’re unlikely to be effective.
When you feel ready, we encourage you to call or email us so that we can discuss the treatment options available to you. This is also a great opportunity for you to ask any questions that you might have and hopefully begin your journey at our private drug and alcohol rehab.
It’s important that we act quickly once you’ve contacted us, so we’ll arrange a pre-screening assessment to review your physical and psychological health, followed by setting an admissions date for you to join our rehab for drug and alcohol abuse; this is normally within 48 hours of your initial contact.
Do we offer Drug and Alcohol Detoxification?
One of the first things you’ll do at our rehab centre is undergo a drug and alcohol detoxification. This is done early on in your treatment programme as it’s important to remove the harmful toxins from your body which are there as a result of substance abuse.
Whilst detoxing may sound like a daunting task, it’s an extremely effective way to cleanse your body and mind, making your following therapies even more successful.
If you were to begin your psychological therapies with alcohol or drugs still present in your system, the treatment wouldn’t work properly as the substance would still have a hold over your thoughts, emotions, and actions, negatively affecting the therapies.
Whilst it’s a highly effective treatment method, drug and alcohol detoxification can also be quite uncomfortable, particularly as withdrawal symptoms present themselves. Without the 24/7 supervision and care of our dedicated addiction team, withdrawal symptoms could be quite dangerous.
It’s vital that you undergo a drug and alcohol detoxification in a controlled and safe environment, otherwise you’re putting yourself at severe risk.
What other therapies do we offer at our rehab for drug and alcohol abuse?
In addition to drug and alcohol detoxification, we also offer a wide range of psychological therapies which include cognitive behavioural therapy, drug and alcohol relapse prevention, stress management, and individual, group or family counselling.
Our counselling sessions are especially useful to unearth the underlying reasons behind your addiction to alcohol or drugs which is then very beneficial for your long-term recovery as you begin to understand your condition more.
Group sessions are valuable as it gives you the opportunity to share with others in a similar situation to yours; it’s a great place to form bonds which extend outside of our drug and alcohol rehab in Mansfield Woodhouse.
We can also include your friends or family which offers them essential support and helps them to learn about what they can do to aid your recovery.
All of our treatment programmes are personalised to each individual, although we always include a carefully selected mix of psychological therapies and well-being therapies to ensure you receive a holistic approach to your residential addiction treatment.
We deliver the following well-being focused therapies, mindfulness, yoga, relaxation and sleep management, art therapy, fitness therapy, low level laser therapy, and nutritional supplement therapy.
Whilst these may sound unusual, a well-balanced combination of these therapies has long proven to produce the most effective results when working towards a long-term recovery.
What is our drug and alcohol aftercare programme?
Just because you’ve left our private drug and alcohol rehab, doesn’t mean our support stops. We continue to aid your recovery journey through our highly beneficial drug and alcohol aftercare programme.
This is included for free for the first 12 months after leaving our rehab for drug and alcohol abuse.
Our dedicated aftercare team will be there to help you whenever you need it and can arrange additional therapy sessions such as cognitive behavioural therapy or ongoing drug and alcohol relapse prevention sessions, should you need it.
Don’t let your addiction to alcohol or drugs take over your life. Invest in yourself today by calling us on 01908 489 421 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.