Attempting to win the battle against drug and alcohol abuse can be extremely challenging, particularly without the support of a recognised drug and alcohol rehab like ours in Norwich.
Many people who are suffering from drug and alcohol abuse, normally make their first attempt at recovery by simply going ‘cold turkey’.
However, by stopping your consumption of alcohol or drugs immediately, with no medical support or correct detoxification process, you’re putting yourself at great risk.
In most cases, this approach results in short-term recovery followed by greater drug and alcohol consumption as the deep physical and psychological connections to drug and alcohol abuse remain.
It’s disappointing that even today, addiction to alcohol or drugs still has a stigma attached it. We’re still trying to change opinions and make sure that drug and alcohol abuse is taken as seriously as any other behavioural illness which stems from internal and external triggers.
Here at our rehab in Norwich, we fully understand the difficulties which come with drug and alcohol abuse. We’re committed to helping those who need it most and are ready to welcome you into our rehabilitation centre.
Just contact us today on 01908 489 421 or at email@example.com.
What are the Benefits of joining a Drug and Alcohol Rehab?
It’s hugely beneficial to take advantage of renowned addiction treatment centres like our rehab in Norwich.
You’ll be surrounded by an incredible support system of therapists, psychiatrists, and various other recovery workers, who will ensure your safety and guide you along each step of your journey to long-term recovery.
Our team have a wealth of knowledge and experience in all aspects of drug and alcohol treatment so can help you whatever your situation is.
We utilise the very best addiction treatment techniques in our high specification rehab facility to ensure you receive the most efficient and effective drug and alcohol services.
You’ll stay in our rehabilitation centre for the duration of your treatment which typically lasts around 28 days. This provides you with a calm, comfortable environment to undergo your drug and alcohol rehab where the only thing you need to focus on is your recovery.
If you were to attempt recovery at home alone or use outpatient services, you’re remaining in your familiar environment which makes it much easier to relapse. You’re unlikely to ever recover without visiting a professional drug and alcohol rehab.
Another fantastic benefit is that all of our clients receive a completely personalised treatment programme which has been designed to suit their specific needs.
By following such a bespoke programme, delivered by such an excellent team of professionals, you’re giving yourself the best opportunity to achieve long-term recovery.
We can assure you that joining our rehab in Norwich will be the best decision you’ll ever make.
What Treatments do we offer at our Rehab in Norwich?
As all of our addiction treatment programmes are tailored to each client, no two programmes are identical. However, we do have some highly effective therapies which we utilise frequently as they have proven to help in the majority of cases.
These include cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), individual, group or family counselling, motivational interviewing, relapse prevention, and stress management. All of these focus on removing your psychological connection to alcohol or drugs.
When these psychological therapies are combined with a clinical detoxification and a carefully selected mix of well-being therapies, it makes for a highly effective, holistic addiction treatment programme.
Some of the well-being therapies that we offer include relaxation and sleep management, mindfulness, yoga, low-level laser therapy, fitness therapy, art therapy, and nutritional therapy.
These may sound unusual, but they all have a high rate of success in aiding recovery therefore come highly recommend for those suffering from drug and alcohol abuse.
Before starting your psychological and well-being therapies, we’ll likely recommend that you visit our detox clinic.
This is an important process to begin your recovery journey as it removes your physical dependency on drugs and alcohol as your consumption is gradually reduced.
This process gives your body and your mind the chance to cleanse, allowing your subsequent therapies to be as effective as they can be. Drug or alcohol detox have great success rates, but they’re not without any risk.
Detoxification can be a dangerous process particularly as you begin to experience withdrawal symptoms.
These symptoms can result in you feeling very unwell with nausea, dizziness, headaches, and in more severe cases, seizures, insomnia or delirium tremens (DT’s), all which require urgent medical care, thus highlighting the need for a professional rehab environment.
What Aftercare Services do we provide?
Our support continues even once you’ve completed your drug and alcohol treatment programme. Upon successful completion, you’ll return home to put everything you’ve learnt into practise.
The first 12 months after leaving our rehabilitation centre are the most crucial, as this is when you’re still adjusting to being back at home with your new behaviours, leaving you more prone to potential relapse.
This is why we offer all of our clients a free aftercare programme for the first 12 months. We have a committed aftercare team who support you with ongoing relapse prevention sessions and dedicated helplines to ensure assistance is there whenever you need it.
Not only does our support continue for you, we’ll be there to help your friends and family adjust to your new behaviours.
We can offer them further advice on how to aid your recovery journey and provide them with the tools needed to identify any signs of potential relapse and how to avoid it.
Make the most of our positive, safe, and secure rehabilitation centre in Norwich. All you need to do is get in touch with us, our admissions team will guide you along the initial steps of our pre-screening assessment and set a date for you to join us if you’re happy to proceed.
Start your journey to recovery today by calling us on 01908 489 421 or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.