Following a personalised treatment programme is essential to achieving a successful long-term recovery from addiction to alcohol and drugs.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab St Ann’s

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Once our team have spent some time getting to know you and getting to understand the nature of your addiction in more detail, we can begin to design the most effective treatment programme which will benefit you most.

To guarantee a holistic approach to your rehabilitation, we deliver both psychological and well-being therapies which aim to break your connection to substance misuse physically and psychologically whilst taking care of your general well-being.

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The most common psychological therapies we offer include relapse prevention, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), individual, group or family counselling, stress management, and psychotherapy.

Some of the well-being therapies you can expect to receive at our drug and alcohol rehab St Ann’s include relaxation and sleep management, mindfulness, yoga, nutritional supplement therapy, fitness therapy, music therapy, art therapy, and low-level laser therapy.

 

Differences between Residential Rehab and Outpatient Rehab

Choosing between residential rehab and outpatient rehab can be a very difficult decision to make. It’s hard to know which is best for your individual circumstances but there are advantages and disadvantages to both treatment options.

Most support groups or addiction specialists are likely to recommend residential rehab as the most effective treatment option. The main reason for this is that by staying overnight at our drug and alcohol rehab St Ann’s, you receive dedicated focus from our team of recovery workers and benefit from a highly recovery-focused environment which has proven to produce great results for substance abusers.

Alternatively, you can opt for a treatment programme as an outpatient which is where you’ll visit a rehab clinic each day then return home for the night. By staying at home, you’re leaving yourself more susceptible to relapse as you don’t have as much or even any guidance or supervision.

Your home environment could be a familiar place to consume alcohol or drugs, filled with negative influences or people who could distract you from your rehabilitation. Whatever your personal circumstances are, we can find a way to work around them and make sure that your treatment plan works for you.

 

Choice of Addiction Treatment for Alcohol and Drugs

Whether you choose residential rehab or outpatient rehab, you still have the option to select private drug and alcohol rehab or to investigate treatment options with free local health services like the NHS.

Whilst free or low-cost treatment with the NHS may sound attractive, these treatment programmes generally don’t have a very high success rate as they’re quite generic. Unfortunately, this is because the NHS are so overworked and understaffed, they don’t have the resources to tailor each person’s treatment plan.

Additionally, you’ll be added to a long waiting list to receive your treatment plan which can have a significant negative impact on your rehabilitation from alcohol or drugs.

Whereas with private drug and alcohol rehab, you can be assured that you’ll join our rehab clinic within 48 hours of making your initial contact with our admissions team. We have the time and resources to get to know each of our clients, therefore ensuring that we design the most suitable treatment plan for your needs.

This high-quality service and attention to each of our clients can be attributed to our high rate of successful recoveries.

 

Tailored Addiction Treatment Aftercare Plan

Each person who completes a drug and alcohol treatment plan with us will receive a personalised aftercare plan for 12 months free of charge. Your aftercare is as equally important as your residential rehab, you must continue to work towards your long-term recovery from alcohol or drug addiction when you return home.

Our aftercare plan features dedicated helplines to ensure you have access to support for substance misuse whenever you need it, 24/7. Should you find it useful, we’re happy to arrange additional therapy sessions to improve your health, both physically and psychologically as you continue along your road to recovery.

Some people find it beneficial to involve their loved ones in the treatment programmes. We do encourage this as it gives you extra support and another set of eyes to avoid any potential drug or alcohol relapses. We’re confident that our rehab in St Ann’s can help you to overcome your substance misuse once and for all.

What does the admissions process include?

Once you’ve contacted our friendly admissions team over the phone or via email, we can talk you through the various treatment options available at our rehab clinic. We would then invite you to a pre-screening assessment where we can review your physical and psychological health before inviting you to join our drug and alcohol St Ann’s. We will take the time to get to know you and to understand your addiction so that we can effectively tailor your treatment plan to benefit you as much as possible.

How can you recognise a Dual Diagnosis?

When we refer to a dual diagnosis, this means someone who is suffering from both an alcohol addiction or drug addiction and a mental health problem. This is more common than you likely think and is absolutely nothing to feel embarrassed about. Addiction and poor mental health have always been very closely linked, so it’s important that our staff are trained to recognise a dual diagnosis and of course successfully treat it.

Which well-being focused therapies do we offer?

With our holistic approach to addiction treatment, we believe it’s equally important to take care of your well-being throughout rehabilitation as it is to take care of your physical and psychological connections to addiction. We provide yoga, mindfulness, art therapy, music therapy, relaxation and sleep management, low level laser therapy, nutritional supplement therapy, meditation, and fitness therapy.