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Recovering from addiction, with medical, specialist and emotional support will offer many benefits. Safety and comfort are expected, along with experiencing the most effective recovery tools to carry forward.
Ready to experience via a drug and alcohol rehab in Padstow, the chance to find and refer yourself to a suitable rehab clinic will be possible by considering Asana Lodge. We are here to guide you through the admissions process, along with arranging your recovery journey, supported by our in-house specialists.
Work through a range of evidence-based treatment and therapies, relapse prevention planning and aftercare services, all following personal recommendations. Experience the level of care you require to work through addiction recovery and any other concerns confidently and safely.
Reach out to begin your self-referral into our private rehab clinic. We’re here to help you through every symptom, worry and step of addiction recovery.
Get In Touch
Are you suffering from a Drug or Alcohol Addiction and need help? If so, Asana Lodge is a leading UK based expert in Private Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Treatment. Find out how we can help by getting in touch with our friendly team today. You can either call our confidential helpline or request a call-back by clicking on the below form.
A self referral into rehab
The best way you can help yourself through addiction is by completing a self-referral. A self-referral is where you’ll share your commitment to accessing and completing rehab.
A referral will be followed by the admissions process, which will arrange the details and steps of your journey. Through the independence of a self-referral, you’ll be fully involved with what’s ahead via rehab.
By contacting our team, you can share your interests through a referral. If you’re looking to proceed with rehab, we can begin your admission through a range of assessments. The purpose of our assessments is to ensure that your needs can be catered to via rehab through support and treatment recommendations. A tailored programme will be formed from the type to the level of support available through rehab, ready for your admission date.
Tailored programmes consider your health and wellbeing, along with your ability to complete and recover from rehab. Working towards such a quality experience will be possible by referring yourself to a CQC registered drug and alcohol rehab in Padstow.
How does drug and alcohol rehab work?
Drug and alcohol rehab is a process that moves substance abusers through key recovery steps. Those steps include effective treatments and therapies to target addiction holistically.
Through pre-admission assessments, a complete understanding of your needs will be made to recommend the most effective treatment services. Detoxification, therapy, and planning are all inevitable. Yet additional treatments and forms of support will be decided on admission.
Tailored to your individual needs and experiences with drugs and alcohol, a rehab programme, either through an inpatient or outpatient structure, will be formed and encouraged. An inpatient programme will help you access rehab on an immediate basis, followed by residential treatment sessions.
Residing in a rehab clinic will mean that recovery steps can be achieved quicker, usually over 30 days. An outpatient structure will mean a longer process, where treatment will be spread out across the weeks of rehab. This routine is beneficial for clients with a less sensitive timeframe.
Both programmes will be available through private standards and facilities via a drug and alcohol rehab in Padstow.
Available treatment services
Our therapies here at Asana Lodge reflect both medical and holistic recovery steps. We’re passionate about physical and psychological healing. Yet, we’re also realistic about the longevity of sober living. Through our approach, we make use of scientifically proven techniques, merging both treatment options.
Treatment services which we use include:
- A medically assisted detoxification process
- Cognitive behavioural therapy
- Dialectical behavioural therapy
- Stress management
- Relaxation and sleep therapy
- Nutritional management
- Individual therapy
- Group therapy
- Family therapy
- NAD+ therapy
- Motivational therapy
- Satori chair therapy
- Sauna detoxification
- Relapse prevention planning
- Social activities
Depending on your needs and symptoms, a tailored mix will be formed to cover the timeframe of your rehab programme. Throughout all services, medical, emotional, social, and psychological support will be offered to treat the different outcomes of addiction.
Dual diagnosis support
Via drug and alcohol rehab in Padstow, where appropriate, dual diagnosis support and treatment will also be offered. A dual diagnosis is where problems with drugs and alcohol are also experienced alongside mental health symptoms.
Both disorders are compulsive and impact the brain and behaviours, making them remarkably similar. Also known as co-occurring disorders, dual diagnosis treatment must be completed if both conditions are present.
Support and treatment will help improve mental health, work through triggers, and reduce the emotional impacts of drug and alcohol abuse.
What is the average length of rehab?
Similar to treatment recommendations, the length of rehab will also be tailored to your needs. An average inpatient programme is 30 days. Yet, if additional areas require support, such as your mental health, your programme may be a little longer. It’s, however, essential to remember that rehab is proactive and will always aim for the most effective yet progressive approach.
Outpatient rehab is a much longer process. Yet, it’s suited for a particular lifestyle and addiction type. It’s essential to consider your personal needs before entering rehab.
Suitable treatments and sources of support will be highly beneficial for your addiction recovery journey. Refer yourself to a drug and alcohol rehab in Padstow to start forming your recovery programme here at Asana Lodge.
Can I visit someone in rehab?
Visiting someone in rehab is mostly discouraged, as a distraction-free recovery process can be extremely beneficial. It’s also very important that privacy is maintained across the rehab experience. Yet, in some cases, visits can be arranged, mainly on a per-client basis.
Is it safe to detox at home?
Ideally, detoxing from home will be avoided, as there are many risks to drug and alcohol withdrawal. A medically assisted detox will instead be recommended, to help you work through withdrawal symptoms, and towards the next stage of treatment.
How do I start the admissions process?
You can start the admissions process by contacting our team at Asana Lodge. This is possible through a self-referral, showing your interest in private drug and alcohol rehab. Completed over the phone, advice and support will be provided as you start and work through your admission into rehab.
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