Are you worried that your loved one is secretly battling a drug or alcohol addiction? Are you unsure of what you should do?
As you come to realise that your loved one may be suffering from an addiction, you will have likely considered referring them to a drug and alcohol rehab in Spalding.
However, if you think treatment away from your home town may be in your loved one’s best interest, we can support you.
Our residential rehab is just under two hours away from Spalding and can provide almost immediate rehabilitation treatment to your loved one.
What Should I Do If I Think My Loved One Is Addicted to Drugs or Alcohol?
From changes in their physical behaviour to frequent mood swings, suspicions that your loved one is suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction are likely to have arisen as you observed several differences in the way that they act and behave.
If your loved one is known to drink or consume drugs regularly, your initial thoughts may lead you to believe that an addiction is present.
As you come to terms with your recent findings, you may want to confront your loved one. You may also want to ensure that there are no substances available to them within your home.
However, we would ask you to first reach out to us for our advice and guidance. We understand that you will know your loved one better than anyone else, however, in some cases, changes in behaviour are not associated with addiction.
There are several other reasons as to why an individual’s behaviour and actions may drastically change.
For example, if your loved one is suffering from a mental health disorder, they may display similar signs and symptoms to those that an addiction presents.
For this very reason, you must not try to confront your loved one before seeking advice.
If you are sure that your loved one is suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction, contact us today to discuss the signs and symptoms that you have observed.
From here, we can help you refer them for addiction treatment.
What Treatment Will My Loved One Receive?
If upon seeking our advice, it is determined that your loved one may well be suffering from an addiction, it is entirely normal for you to want to understand the treatment that your loved one will receive.
Upon discussing the signs and symptoms that you have observed, we will be able to advise which treatment we believe may be best for your loved one.
However, without sitting down and talking to your loved one, we will not be able to determine the exact treatment that they will need.
Having said this, we can tell you that depending on the severity of your loved one’s addiction and the impact it has had on their physical and psychological health, treatment will typically include detoxification, rehabilitation and aftercare support.
Combined, these three stages of treatment will ensure that your loved one withdraws from the substance they have become addicted to and makes a long-term recovery.
Please note that the treatment available at a drug and alcohol rehab in Spalding may differ to the treatment that we provide.
How Soon Can My Loved One Receive Private Rehabilitation Treatment?
At Asana Lodge, our admissions process is relatively straightforward and can be completed fairly quickly.
This enables us to ensure that those suffering from drug or alcohol addictions can obtain treatment within a short time frame.
Although our treatment centre is in high demand, if we have the availability to do so, we can often welcome new patients to commence treatment within days of an initial enquiry being placed.
How Do I Refer My Loved One?
Having reviewed suitable drug and alcohol rehabs in Spalding, if you have determined that our residential rehab may be best for your loved one, we welcome you to refer them for treatment.
Just as our self-referral admissions process is relatively straightforward, our family referral process is too.
As and when you are ready, give our admissions team a call. From here, we will discuss your loved one’s addiction with you and ask you several questions that will help us determine the severity of their addiction.
In doing so, we can recommend treatment and provide information on the next steps that will need to be taken.
This will include making contact with your loved one, discussing their addiction with them and inviting them to commence treatment at our centre.
Will My Loved One Be Able to Bring Anything from Home?
As you refer your loved one to our drug and alcohol rehab, you may be wondering if they will be able to bring anything from home with them.
Unlike other residential rehabs, we encourage our patients to bring various items from home when they become an in-patient at our rehab.
Not only will this provide comfort during their stay, but it will also ensure that they are equipped with everything they may need as they commence their treatment.
We recommend packing the following items;
- Nightwear and slippers
- Toiletries that are alcohol-free
- Books and magazines
- Musical instruments
- Pictures of family and friends
- Home comforts
- Electronics such as mobile phones, laptops and tablets
- Medications that have been prescribed by a medical professional, along with proof
- A small amount of money to spend at shops in the nearby village
In addition to the above, comfortable clothing and shoes for walking are recommended. If your loved one enjoys swimming, we also welcome them to pack swimwear.
Contact Us Today
As one of the UK’s leading rehabilitation centres for addictions, at Asana Lodge, we are on hand to offer your loved one the professional support they need to ensure that they can overcome their addiction.
If you are ready to refer your loved one to our drug and alcohol rehab, please do not hesitate to contact us today.
The sooner help is sought, the sooner your loved one can take back control of their life.