Drug addiction and alcohol addiction are very complex conditions which require structured drug and alcohol rehab treatments, delivered by industry professionals.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Powys

The longer you leave your addiction untreated, the worse it will get; addiction will not go away on its own. If you’re struggling with the awful effects of substance abuse, we urge you to get in touch with our drug and alcohol rehab Powys, sooner rather than later.

We have a fantastic team of medical professionals who are highly experienced and highly motivated to helping people achieve a long-term recovery from their addiction to alcohol or drugs.

Many of them have themselves recovered from an addiction in the past, so have a unique understanding of how rehabilitation works and just how life-changing it can be.

If you’re ready to take on the challenge of rehabilitation, then call us today on 01908 489 421 or email us at info@asanalodge.com. We can get you started on your journey to a life free from addiction.


What are the benefits of a private drug and alcohol rehab?

Whilst there are many options for drug or alcohol rehabilitation, joining a private residential rehab has by far proven to produce the highest success rate of recovery. Unlike outpatient services or free local health services, as a private drug and alcohol rehab we have the added advantage of being able to welcome you into our treatment centre within 48 hours of your initial enquiry. Whereas with other treatment services, you could be waiting for weeks, even months before beginning your treatment which can be detrimental to your overall recovery.

Another great benefit of joining a residential rehab is that you’re physically removing yourself from the distractions and negative influences of home life. Some people choose to attempt rehabilitation at home, but our experience has shown us that this is the least effective option.

It’s extremely difficult to focus on your recovery as much as you need to when you’re still juggling work, family, and the usual stresses of home. In this situation, it’s highly likely that your rehabilitation won’t take priority, resulting in an ineffective process.

At our drug and alcohol rehab Powys, you’ll receive around the clock care and support from our fantastic team of recovery workers. They’re ready and willing to help you every step of the way as you work towards your goals; a great support network like this is essential to a successful rehabilitation process.

You’ll benefit from the privacy of your own room, residing within our luxurious accommodation where you can take advantage of sharing the communal space with people who are in a similar situation to you.

Being able to visibly see others who are aiming for the same goals as you are, can increase your motivation dramatically. It can really help to open up and discuss your achievements and concerns with those around you, particularly if they’re going through a similar situation.


Do we offer Mental Health and Depression Support?

Most people who we welcome into our rehabilitation centre are dealing with poor mental health in addition to their drug addiction or alcohol addiction; it’s much more common than you might think.

When you’re suffering from both an addiction and mental health problems, we call this a dual diagnosis. It’s nothing to be ashamed of, it’s completely treatable. We can design a suitable treatment programme which addresses both conditions in the most effective way.

A dual diagnosis can occur when someone who is suffering mental health issues develops an addiction to alcohol or drugs as a way to cope with the pressures of their poor mental health.

A dual diagnosis could also be a result of someone excessively abusing alcohol or drugs to the point where it has such a significant psychological impact, it causes long-term mental health issues. In either case, our team will be able to treat your diagnosis with compassion, discretion, and efficiency.


Do we deliver Well-Being Therapies?

All of our drug and alcohol rehab treatments are completely personalised to each individual. However, we ensure that everyone receives a well-balanced programme which includes a carefully selected mix of well-being and psychological therapies, in addition to a drug and alcohol detoxification. This holistic approach has proven to produce the best results when it comes to achieving a long-term recovery from addiction.

Some of the well-being therapies we offer include mindfulness, yoga, relaxation and sleep management, art therapy, fitness therapy, low level laser therapy, and nutritional supplement therapy.

These are delivered alongside our psychological therapies, some of which are cognitive behavioural therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy, stress management, relapse prevention, individual, group and family counselling, and motivational interviewing. By following a well-balanced programme like this, you’ll have the greatest opportunity to succeed in your long-term recovery from drug addiction or alcohol addiction.

A detoxification is a highly recommended process which we generally suggest for the majority of our clients. It’s very effective in efficiently removing the harmful toxins from your body which are there as a result of substance abuse.

Our expert team will supervise the whole detoxification process to ensure that it’s carried out safely and in a controlled way. If you were to attempt to go ‘cold turkey’ and stop consuming immediately as opposed to gradually, then you’re putting yourself at high risk of danger, even death.

This is why it’s so important to undergo a detoxification in the safety of a private drug and alcohol rehab like ours in Powys. We can help ease the discomfort of your inevitable withdrawal symptoms through prescribed medication and oversee your safety throughout.


What happens when you leave our Residential Rehab?

After you’ve completed your residential rehab programme which typically lasts around 28 days, you will automatically receive 12 months free aftercare to help ease your transition back into homelife. We can provide you with ongoing relapse prevention sessions or recommend local support groups to take advantage of.

Call us today on 01908 489 421 or email us at info@asanalodge.com.