Are you suffering from an addiction to alcohol or drugs? You probably feel as though you don’t know where to go for good advice.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Sutton Coldfield

Here at Asana Lodge, we deliver industry leading, scientifically proven techniques in drug and alcohol rehabilitation.

Our handpicked team of addiction specialists have helped countless people overcome their drug and alcohol abuse, allowing them to go on to lead happy and full lives free from addiction.

Our luxurious facilities are second to none, not how you would imagine a rehab for drug and alcohol abuse perhaps. We ensure that all of our clients are as relaxed and as comfortable as they can be whilst undergoing their residential addiction treatment.

We approach each individual’s treatment with personalisation, care and of course respect, as we work together to achieve your long-term recovery goals.

If you’re ready to begin your journey to a life free from drug and alcohol abuse, then call our friendly team at Sutton Coldfield on 01908 489 421 or email us at [email protected].


How do you know when you need to visit a private drug and alcohol rehab?

Accepting that you have a problem which requires professional support can be extremely difficult. Many people who are struggling to overcome a drug addiction or alcohol addiction are simply in denial about their condition.

However, if you’re still unsure whether or not you need to visit a rehab for drug and alcohol abuse, or maybe you’re concerned about a loved one needing support, there are some common signs to look for which could indicate you need to visit a rehabilitation centre.

  • Are you consuming alcohol or drugs during the day or at other inappropriate times?
  • Do you feel as though you always crave alcohol or drugs?
  • Are you noticing an increase in your consumption to get the desired effect/high?
  • Have you ever missed an important event due to excessive drinking or drug taking?
  • Do you suffer from withdrawal symptoms when you’re not using the substance?
  • Has your drink or drug problem caused any strains in your relationships with family or friends?
  • Do you feel as though you have control over your alcohol or drug abuse?
  • Are you keeping your drug or alcohol addiction a secret from your loved ones?
  • Do you suffer from persistent physical or psychological health problems due to substance abuse?
  • Are you always thinking about your next ‘fix’?

If you’ve answered yes to any of the above questions, it’s highly likely that you have a drug or alcohol addiction which requires urgent attention from a private drug and alcohol rehab like ours in Sutton Coldfield.

You may also be experiencing symptoms such as nausea, the shakes, sickness, skin sores, weight fluctuation, the sweats, redness of the face, insomnia, depression, or anxiety.

These are all common symptoms for those who abuse alcohol or drugs. Remove these nasty effects from your life by giving up substance abuse once and for all.


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

Whilst there are other options when it comes to seeking out drug and alcohol rehabilitation, a private facility will always give you the best chance of succeeding in your long-term recovery.

Unlike free local health services such as the NHS or local outpatient services, our private drug and alcohol rehab in Sutton Coldfield provides each client with an entirely personalised residential addiction treatment, significantly increasing your chances of success.

There’s no other addiction treatment that generates such a high success rate as our evidence-based holistic therapies.

When you join our rehab for drug and alcohol abuse, you’re certain to receive the utmost care, attention and compassion whilst undergoing your drug and alcohol rehabilitation.

When going through rehab, it’s highly beneficial to remove yourself from your familiar environment of home.

Attempting to rehabilitate at home significantly increases the risk of drug and alcohol relapse as you’re surrounded by distractions and potential temptations.

By physically removing yourself from this setting and staying in our residential centre, you’re allowing your recovery to be your sole focus with no disruptions.

This also gives those you live with a much-needed break from the negative impact that your addiction has on them.

Our fantastic team ensure you have all the home comforts you could wish for. We take care of your laundry, housekeeping, and home-cook delicious, nutritious meals fresh each day.

Every client can enjoy the privacy of their own room in addition to organised social activities to participate in during your down time.

We arrange group walks or runs, film nights, quiz nights and family visits to help you relax in between therapy sessions.


What happens after you leave our rehab for drug and alcohol abuse?

Normally, our residential addiction treatment programmes last around 28 days. After completing this stage, you’ll receive 12 months of free drug and alcohol aftercare to aid your recovery upon returning home.

The first year after leaving our rehab in Sutton Coldfield is the most challenging as you leave the constant reassurance and structure of rehab behind, meaning you need to adapt what you’ve learnt to your daily life; our dedicated aftercare team can help with that.

We ensure that you receive plenty of advice and ongoing support as you continue your recovery journey. One of the main focuses is drug and alcohol relapse prevention as this becomes more likely once you’re back at home.

You’ll need to now put into practice everything you’ve learnt with us to ensure you don’t relapse. It’s also very useful to encourage your loved ones to be involved in your relapse prevention so that they know what triggers to look out for and how to help you avoid relapsing.

Once you’ve completed our residential addiction treatment and our drug and alcohol aftercare programme, you’ll have the best chance possible to succeed in your long-term recovery goals.

Contact our admissions team today to get started on your journey to recovery. You can call us on 01908 489 421 or email at [email protected].