Drug and alcohol addictions continue to impair the lives of thousands of people in Slough.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Slough

Although various drug and alcohol rehabs in Slough provide treatment to those in need, many individuals sadly chose to struggle with their addiction in silence.

Regrettably, when addictions are faced alone, they escalate beyond an individual’s control.  They consume the sufferers every waking moment and dominate their thoughts, feelings and behaviour.

If you have become addicted to drugs or alcohol and hope to secure treatment at a drug and alcohol rehab in Slough, we are on hand to support you at Asana Lodge.

We understand that contacting a drug and alcohol rehab is daunting.  You may feel extremely anxious and worried about the judgments of others and may fear that your family and friends will think differently of you if you admit to suffering from an addiction.

Although these thoughts and feelings may cause you to defer treatment, we would encourage you not to put attending rehab off.

Doing so will gradually diminish your physical and psychological health and well-being.

 

Determining When It Is Time To Attend A Drug and Alcohol Rehab In Slough

If attending rehab is something that you have recently begun to contemplate, you will likely wonder when the right time to attend a drug and alcohol rehab in Slough is.

Although we would encourage you to seek support from a drug and alcohol rehab in Slough as soon as you have identified that your relationship with drugs or alcohol is dangerous, asking yourself the following questions may help you determine whether you need to attend rehab.

  • Do I consume drugs or alcohol on a daily basis?
  • Do I consume large quantities of drugs or alcohol on a daily basis?
  • Do I consume drugs or alcohol to help navigate and deal with stress, anxiety, depression and everyday life?
  • Do I think I have become reliant on drugs or alcohol?
  • Do I struggle to cope if I am unable to administer drugs or alcohol?
  • Has consuming drugs or alcohol begun to impair my physical or psychological health?
  • Has consuming drugs or alcohol changed my behaviour?
  • Has a friend, family member, colleague or employer approached me about my relationship with substances?

If you have answered yes to just one of the above questions, attending a drug and alcohol rehab in Slough is in your best interest.

If you have searched for a drug and alcohol rehab in Slough yet have been unable to find a suitable centre, we welcome you to attend our residential rehab in Towcester.

Located just over an hour away from Slough, our residential rehab can provide you with the treatment you need to overcome your addiction and secure a substance-free future.

 

Residential Drug and Alcohol Rehab At Asana Lodge

At Asana Lodge, our residential rehab has helped thousands of individuals recover from severe drug and alcohol addictions.  Those that have sought treatment from us have gone on to make a long-term recovery, free from the shackles of their addictions.

Although outpatient rehabilitation centres, such as drug and alcohol rehabs in Slough, are capable of providing quality treatment, we believe that residential rehab is much more advantageous for a number of reasons.

For example, should you decide to attend our residential rehab, you will be required to move into our centre temporarily. In doing so, you will have the opportunity to leave your home for a short period and focus solely on recovering from your addiction.

During your time in our residential centre, you will be free from distractions, triggers and the factors that may well have caused your addiction to arise.

In addition, attending our residential rehab will essentially increase your chances of making a long-term recovery.  This is because, as touched on above, you will be free from the triggers that could cause you to relapse.

Although it is possible to relapse upon completing a rehabilitation treatment programme, the risk of relapse is mitigated throughout a residential rehabilitation programme as cravings are overcome.

Sadly, if you decide to attend a drug and alcohol rehab in Slough and undergo outpatient rehabilitation treatment, you will continue to find yourself surrounded by the factors that have influenced your addiction.  This will, unfortunately, see you more prone to relapse.

Furthermore, when you attend our residential rehab, you will have the opportunity to meet others that are also recovering from drug and alcohol addictions.  Through the use of group therapy, you will be able to listen to other individual’s stories and learn from their experiences.

You will be encouraged to share your own story, which will see you with a more significant support network during your time in rehab and beyond. While you may not think this is important, establishing a support group within rehab will contribute to your long-term recovery.

 

Our Facilities

While the treatment we provide is undoubtedly the most essential element to consider when choosing our drug and alcohol rehab, at Asana Lodge, we have ensured that our residential centre boasts a number of facilities that will make your stay with us somewhat pleasant.

Having undergone various renovations, our rehabilitation centre acts as a home away from home.  Our bedrooms, which are all private, are spacious and relaxing environments.  Likewise, our communal living areas and therapy rooms are bright and overlook the stunning rolling hills of Yardley Gobion.

We have provided a summary of our facilities below.  However, if you would like to find out more about our facilities, we welcome you to take a virtual tour of our centre here.

  • Welcome lounge
  • Visitors room
  • Examination and medication room
  • Library
  • Group therapy rooms
  • Individual therapy rooms
  • Large lounge space
  • Dining area and kitchen
  • Laundry room
  • External courtyard and gardens

 

Embark On Your Journey To A Substance-Free Life Today

Have uncovered how we can support you here at Asana Lodge, if you are ready to embark on your journey to a substance-free life, please contact us today.