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Are you struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction? Do you feel as though you have lost control of the number of drugs you take or alcohol you drink? Are you researching a family and friend referral for someone you care about?
Asana Lodge is here to help you. Drug and alcohol addictions are on the up across the UK and addiction does not discriminate. It can destroy the lives of people of all ages and backgrounds.
However, people who suffer from mental health are more prone to experiencing a drug or alcohol addiction. This is because they are more likely to turn to drugs or alcohol in order to help them to get through difficult periods in their life.
When you come to us for help, we will ensure that the root cause of your illness is identified and treated.
A dual diagnosis is very important as just treating addiction means that you are at risk of relapse in the future. Our treatment emphasises your long-term recovery and has relapse prevention at its heart.
You may be in the early stages of your addiction, or you could be at a point where it has ripped through your life. You may have lost your job, had your finances ruined, been in trouble with the police or even lost your family.
You may recognise this, or you may be in denial about your position. You may be a friend or family member who sees this behaviour in someone you care about – and it is extremely distressing.
If you think it’s time to do something about your problems, then Asana Lodge is ready to offer rehab near you in Oldbury. Every day is essential when it comes to battling addiction, so please call 01908 489421 for a no-obligation conversation regarding your addiction and what treatment options are available to you.
Rehab near you
The benefits of a 28-day commitment to residential rehab are numerous. Though the idea of spending this length of time away from home may be a scary prospect to some, to many clients this offers a real opportunity to step away from difficult home life.
A period in residential rehab will allow you to concentrate solely on your recovery. You will be away from any triggers, distractions or bad influences.
Many of our clients speak to us about drug or alcohol abuse taking place around a certain group of people or in a certain place.
However, at Asana Lodge you will have around the clock support and constant treatment. One of the major drawbacks of the outpatient solutions offered by the NHS or local charities is that there are delays in between sessions and you’re sent home on evenings and at weekends.
If you are not in the right state of mind, this is not good for your future relapse prevention and may cause you to slip into old habits. But with residential rehab, you have the opportunity to immerse yourself in your recovery goals and to disconnect yourself from drugs and alcohol.
Private rehab isn’t the cheapest drug and alcohol rehab, but there are no hidden prices, we’re competitively priced and we’ll work to identify a suitable treatment programme in our rehabilitation centre within your budget.
Drug or Alcohol Detox
When you ask for Asana Lodge’s help, we will be able to admit you to our rehabilitation centre with no delay. There is no wait for our services. You will then undergo an assessment of your physical and psychological wellbeing where we will seek to make a dual diagnosis if one is required.
Almost all our clients will need to have a spell in our detox clinic. This step is required in order to flush the harmful toxins from your body that build up as a result of a drug or alcohol addiction.
This is essential to your long-term recovery. This is the most painful part of drug and alcohol addiction treatment due to the often painful withdrawal symptoms you will experience. If you don’t undergo a detox, your cravings for drugs or alcohol will continue. Our staff will be on hand to help you at all times and with their support, your body will be freed of drugs and alcohol for good.
Once this step has been completed; you’ll be able to move onto your therapies.
Therapies in Oldbury
As well as a detox, you will undergo therapy sessions. We mix traditional therapies with a more holistic approach. This ensures that all aspects of your addiction are tackled, and this will enhance future relapse prevention.
More traditional therapies that we offer include Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), individual sessions, group support sessions, family support sessions and motivational therapy. We will also offer you the opportunity to take part in art workshops, stress management, exercise and yoga. Every person is different, and every addiction has a different impact.
This is why we will get to know you as an individual as part of your assessments and make sure that your treatment plan focuses on you. Asana Lodge is very proud to say that no two patients are treated the same.
Call Asana Lodge today for immediate assistance
When your treatment has been completed, you will be provided with a comprehensive aftercare plan in order to ensure that you are able to live the rest of your life free of drugs and alcohol. The first year after your rehab is statistically the time at which you’re at the most risk of suffering from a relapse.
However, we are still by your side after you leave our care. You’ll have access to a helpline that is manned by experienced, caring and compassionate people. Many of the people who work on the helpline are themselves recovering addicts themselves. We will also put you in touch with local support groups where you can continue to share your experiences and learn from that of others.
Picking up the phone and asking for help is one of the hardest things that you’ll ever have to do. But once you do take that first step and ask us for help, Asana Lodge will be here to guide you to a brighter future free of addiction.
See more information about drug and alcohol rehab in the Birmingham area here.
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