Is your drug or alcohol addiction taking control of your life? Now is the time to make a change and create a future that you can look forward to.
At our drug and alcohol rehab in Three Rivers, we’ve helped many, many people win their battle with addiction once and for all.
We have a fantastic team of recovery workers including doctors, nurses, psychiatrists, mental health support workers, and counsellors, who all deliver evidence-based therapies, tailored to suit each person.
This high level of personalisation will give you the best chances of succeeding in your long-term recovery from alcohol or drugs.
Get In Touch
Are you suffering from a Drug or Alcohol Addiction in Three Rivers and need help? If so, Asana Lodge are leading UK based experts in Private Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Treatment. Find out how we can help by getting in touch with our friendly team today. You can either call our confidential helpline or request a callback by clicking on the below form.
We work hard to create an optimistic atmosphere at our rehabilitation centre, we feel this positivity really contributes to the success of your addiction treatment.
We’re lucky to have luxurious accommodation where all of our clients get their own private room, all housekeeping and laundry taken care of, and nutritious meals provided each day.
Our aim is to create a safe and comfortable space for you to be able to fully concentrate on getting the most out of our addiction treatment with no distractions.
How do you join our Rehab in Three Rivers?
Anyone is welcome at our drug and alcohol rehab Three Rivers. We’ve helped people from all walks of life overcome their battle with addiction and are extremely motivated to keep helping as many people as we can achieve their long-term recovery goals.
We’ve made improvements to streamline our admissions process so it’s as easy and as simple as possible. The time is takes to actually join our rehab centre after contacting us, is very important to your recovery as this lessens the time where you could possibly talk yourself out of it.
It’s for this reason that we work hard to welcome you into our alcohol rehab within 48 hours after contacting our admissions team.
A member of our friendly admissions team will talk you through the various addiction treatment options we have available and organise a pre-screening assessment.
This assessment is very straightforward as we take a look at your medical background, your physical and psychological well-being, and the general nature of your addiction to help us create the most effective addiction treatment programme for your condition.
We appreciate that joining any rehabilitation centre can bring nerves, but rest assured, we’ll happily welcome you into our rehab in Three Rivers with open arms and a smile on our face.
Someone from our recovery team will walk you through your induction to make sure you’re comfortable with each area of our rehab centre and each stage of your treatment programme.
Once you’ve had time to settle in, we can begin your addiction treatment which normally starts with a drug or alcohol detoxification followed by psychological and well-being therapies.
What are the main benefits of Residential Drug and Alcohol Rehab?
The longer you spend fuelling your drug or alcohol addiction, the more long-term damage you’ll be causing your own physical and psychological well-being, some of which could be irreversible.
There’s no time like the present when it comes to seeking professional support from a drug and alcohol rehab. If you were thinking that you could overcome this awful disease on your own, without the support of addiction specialists, then we urge you to rethink this decision.
Rehabilitating from such a complex condition like drug or alcohol addiction requires comprehensive therapies and expertise to address the psychological, physical, social, and emotional links to your addiction.
Any attempts to recover at home are likely to be unsuccessful and will most probably leave you feeling reluctant to try rehabilitation again.
Don’t put yourself through the turmoil, just come straight to our rehab in Three Rivers where you’ll have the greatest chance of succeeding.
Drug or alcohol addiction impacts almost every aspect of your life, even if you don’t realise it. You may have noticed your relationships with friends and family suffering as a result of your addiction to alcohol or drugs.
Maybe your performance at work has taken a hit as you struggle to focus on simple tasks which could even result in a dismissal.
It’s likely that your finances have seriously deteriorated as you try to fuel your drug and alcohol abuse, trapping you in a vicious circle which seems impossible to escape. However, it is possible to escape this awful cycle of addiction; we can help show you how.
What is Drug and Alcohol Relapse Prevention?
All of our team are experts in their field and remain highly motivated each day to help you along your journey to creating a better future for yourself and your loved ones.
An integral aspect of their job is to provide you with the necessary tools to prevent any potential drug or alcohol relapses from occurring, whether it’s during your stay with us or when you return home.
These relapse prevention sessions will teach you to identify your triggers and how to prevent any relapses in the future.
You may also find it useful to share your new tools and new knowledge with your family and friends so that they can help you in your recovery.
Many people find it very useful to include their loved ones so they can look out for any triggers or signs of a relapse and help to prevent it.
What kind of Aftercare Support do we offer?
In most cases, you’ll complete our residential addiction treatment in around 28 days, it’s possible for this to be shorter or longer depending on your individual needs.
Our aftercare team will continue to provide you with essential support to ensure you remain on your road to recovery.
If you feel ready to leave drug and alcohol addiction behind once and for all, get in touch with us today on 01908 489 421 or email us at email@example.com for more information.