We’re confident in saying that although addiction treatment for drug and alcohol abuse isn’t easy, it’s certainly a life-changing, positive experience like no other.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Scunthorpe

However, in order for drug and alcohol rehabilitation to be effective, you must be ready to commit to this challenging, yet highly rewarding experience.

If you’re not prepared to completely overhaul your behaviours and give up alcohol or drugs once and for all, then your treatment is unlikely to be effective, no matter how successful your private drug and alcohol rehabilitation is.

Combine your commitment with our exceptional addiction therapies, expert team of medical professionals and high-specification facilities, then you’ve got the greatest chance of succeeding in your long-term recovery.

 

What can cause addiction to alcohol or drugs?

People become addicted to alcohol or drugs for a wide variety of reasons, but there are some common causes which may have led to a life of drug and alcohol abuse.

  • If you struggle with mental health issues, it’s possible that you could become addicted to your prescribed medication. This has been known to escalate to increased dosages and ultimately lead onto illicit drug use.
  • It’s possible that some people are more genetically inclined to become addicted to alcohol or drugs than others. Each person has unique triggers and will handle situations differently, but this doesn’t mean that you can’t be helped.
  • If you’ve been brought up in an environment where substance abuse is the norm, you’re much more likely to abuse alcohol or drugs too.
  • Social or recreational use of alcohol or drugs has the potential to escalate to more serious or excessive use of the substance. As you become increasingly dependent or addicted to alcohol or drugs, it can become very difficult to get out of this vicious cycle.

 

What is our drug and alcohol rehab in Scunthorpe like?

We understand that rehabilitating from alcohol or drug addiction can be an unpleasant and uncomfortable experience. This is why we take great pride in providing a homely and welcoming environment at our rehab for drug and alcohol abuse.

Each of our clients have the privacy of their own rooms with all the home comforts they could wish for. You’ll receive the highest quality of care around the clock from our expert team of addiction specialists, they’ll support you every step of the way.

Although all of our residential addiction treatments are completely personalised, in most cases, we’ll recommend drug and alcohol detoxification.

This is the most effective way to remove the harmful toxins from your body which are there as a result of excessive drug and alcohol abuse. It can be quite a challenging and uncomfortable process as you’re likely to experience withdrawal symptoms as your substance intake is gradually reduced.

These withdrawal symptoms can range from feeling dizzy, nauseous, or shaky, to more serious effects such as seizures or insomnia. It’s important to undergo a drug and alcohol detoxification in a safe and controlled environment like our rehab in Scunthorpe.

As well as our detoxification, we also provide recovery strategies which can be utilised long-term, even when you’ve left our treatment centre. These are designed to encourage you to lead a more positive lifestyle and to help avoid any potential drug and alcohol relapses.

We welcome each individual with the highest level of care and respect, ensuring you feel as comfortable as possible whilst undergoing your residential addiction treatment.

 

What kind of addiction treatments do we offer at our private drug and alcohol rehab?

We appreciate the importance of recognising that each person’s recovery journey is completely unique to them, this is why we only offer bespoke treatment programmes, ensuring they’re highly beneficial and suited to your needs.

We know that some people may become concerned over the word ‘private’, rest assured, we have residential addiction treatments available to suit all budgets. We provide expert support to those who truly need it and can adapt or tailor our therapies as needed.

Our professional team of addiction specialists deliver a wide range of psychological and well-being therapies including cognitive behavioural therapy, motivational interviewing, stress management, trauma and abuse counselling, drug and alcohol relapse prevention, mindfulness, relaxation and sleep management, art therapy, fitness therapy, yoga, and diet and nutritional supplement therapy.

When you’re not in a therapy session, we arrange social activities so that you can enjoy some down time. We arrange group walks or runs, quiz nights, film nights, or family visits.

Studies have proven that the most effective way to achieve a full recovery from alcohol or drug addiction is to undergo residential addiction treatment in a private drug and alcohol rehab likes ours in Scunthorpe.

If you’ve attempted to recover from substance abuse in the past, you’ll know how difficult it is to succeed on your own. You need the support of medical professionals with a structured treatment programme; this will give you a much greater chance of achieving your long-term recovery goals.

 

How long does drug and alcohol rehabilitation take?

Our residential addiction treatment programmes typically last around 28 days, however this is dependent on your individual circumstances and the severity of your drug or alcohol addiction.

In most cases, we recommend our full 28-day programme for the most effective results; we promise, it’ll fly by! After your pre-screening assessment, you will be inducted into our drug and alcohol rehab in Scunthorpe by our friendly admissions team.

During the early stages of your treatment, you’ll likely go through a drug and alcohol detoxification before moving on your psychological and well-being therapies.

Every client also benefits from our free 12-month drug and aftercare programme to help aid recovery at home.

Now is the time to invest in yourself and create a future you can look forward to, free from drug and alcohol abuse.

If you’re ready to start your journey to recovery, get in touch with us today on 01908 489 421 or email at [email protected].