Are you based in Penkridge and looking for drug and alcohol rehab? Perhaps your loved one is suffering from an addiction and you want some advice? Either way, at Asana Lodge, we’ve helped hundreds of people just like you. People who couldn’t see a way out and whose lives were clouded by addiction. People who have now enjoyed years of sobriety and have never looked back.
Get Help at an Addiction Rehab in Penkridge
By just being on this page, you’ve taken the first step towards recovery. Addiction is hard and recovery isn’t any easier but with the right team beside you, it can be done. At Asana Lodge, our friendly team of medical professionals and counsellors will focus on treating the initial addiction as well as any mental health concerns associated. This is called dual diagnosis treatment and is essential for long-term recovery.
What’s more, it’s not just about treating the physical addiction but also the emotional, physical and mental dependencies. In a supportive environment, you’ll get to grips with your addiction and the reason behind it. Using a combination of psychological therapy, creative therapy and wellbeing activities, you’ll identify triggers and dependencies and build healthy coping mechanisms.
You won’t be given the answers but instead supported to come up with your own. Plus, with family and friend therapy, you’ll benefit from support and guidance from those who you need the most. As well as this, you’ll receive aftercare and relapse prevention advice so you can be confident that you’ll have everything you need for recovery now and in the future.
Every addiction is different, and so is every individual, which is why you need to choose a rehab centre that suits your needs. The team at Asana Lodge are more than happy to discuss your individual requirements though and suggest an appropriate drug or alcohol rehab treatment plan.
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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.
Do I Need Rehab Treatment?
At Asana Lodge, we don’t just treat drug and alcohol addiction but also gambling and prescription drug addictions and associated mental health conditions. A lot of people don’t even realise that they have an addiction or question whether it’s bad enough for them to receive treatment. The truth is, every addiction requires treatment and if you’re questioning your substance use it probably means you do need help.
If using drugs and alcohol is having a wider impact on your health and other areas of your life, this can also be a sign that rehab would help. Once you admit this, that’s the first step towards recovery too. Other signs that indicate you could benefit from rehab include:
- Wanting to get clean but not being able to
- Loss of control regarding usage
- Lots of time and money are being spent on it
- Issues within personal and professional relationships
Rehab isn’t just about getting clean from a substance but understanding the emotional dependencies surrounding it. Once you know this, you’ll have the tools you need to identify any potential negative thoughts and behaviours in the future.
What Happens at Rehab?
Your time at rehab will be completely personal to you and you’ll be prescribed a tailored treatment plan that keeps you at the focus of your care. When you arrive, a physical and psychological assessment will be carried out and you may be required to complete a drug or alcohol detox. This is so that your body is free from the substance and means you can begin your therapy.
Completing a detox at home, on your own, is one of the first stages that people fall at. But with a medical team by your side, monitoring you regularly and prescribing medication to help with side effects and withdrawal symptoms, the success rate of detox is much higher under private residential care.
Outpatient vs Inpatient Rehab Treatment
You’ll need to decide whether you want to complete your treatment as an inpatient or outpatient. Inpatient alcohol and drug rehabilitation programmes offer support and treatment during the day and then you stay overnight. As an outpatient, you’d be required to go home in the evening after your therapy sessions.
There’s no right and wrong answer and only you can decide what option is best for you. Our team is more than happy to discuss your options with you though. Some experts believe that inpatient rehabilitation has a higher success rate compared to outpatient treatment. This is because:
- You’re away from familiar temptation and distraction
- You’re surrounded by a like-minded group of people
- You have 24/7 access to support and care
- Additional facilities and services help you to build a new life
- Medically safe detoxes are available
How Long is Rehab?
The length of your rehabilitation programme will depend on a few different factors. Namely, your initial addiction, the treatment required, how well you respond to treatment and the centre you choose. The costs of rehab will also vary depending on whether a detox is required, how long you stay and what therapies you take part in.
At Asana Lodge, we’re passionate about the fact that the price of treatment should never get in the way if someone truly wants to recover. That’s why we’re more than happy to discuss options in line with your needs and budget.
Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Penkridge
Whether you want to start the admissions process, or just have questions about what to expect at rehab, we’re the team to turn to. Not just that but we also have a referral service for friends, family and employers if you’re worried about someone close to you.
Addiction can be scary and so can the thought of recovery but with the right team by your side, it doesn’t have to be. Get in touch with our friendly and professional team today and start living a life that you really want. Call us on 01908 489 421 or email us for any queries at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently Asked Questions
How beneficial is residential rehab?
Residential rehab can benefit you in a multitude of ways - our drug and alcohol rehab programmes are perfect for getting you happy, healthy and sober. We also want to make sure that you are ready to get the most out of life once you are sober, so we encourage our patients to engage in many different types of activities while they are staying at our drug and alcohol treatment centre. Finding alternative outlets for your internalised emotions will contribute towards a relapse prevention plan in the long term.
What side effects could I experience during detoxification?
The process of withdrawal is not something to be taken lightly. The side effects associated with detoxification include the likes of hand tremors, DTs (delirium tremens), sweating, nausea, hallucinations, seizures, depression, insomnia, fatigue, irritability, anxiousness, and more. Detoxification side-effects vary from person to person, so the support of our medical professionals and recovery team will be incredibly important during the process.
What happens after rehab?
After leaving rehab you will have access to our aftercare package. Many people leaving rehab also continue to attend support meetings and stay connected with former addicts such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous to increase the chances of long-term recovery. Throughout your stay with us you will have learnt techniques and tips to help you deal with triggers and urges so that even once your treatment has ended, you will be able to continue your life sober.