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Access top-quality rehab treatment at our drug and alcohol rehab centre today. We can help you get your life back on track – contact us today on 01908 489 421.
At our private drug and alcohol rehab Woodley, our team are extremely proud to have helped so many people overcome their drug or alcohol addiction. We have an expert team of recovery workers including doctors, nurses, counsellors, therapists, and mental health support who dedicate their time to helping those who need it most.
We completely understand how overwhelming it can feel to acknowledge your addiction to someone, however, we’re confident that once you take your first step toward recovery, you won’t regret your decision to create a better future for yourself and for your loved ones.
Get In Touch
Are you suffering from a Drug or Alcohol Addiction and need help? If so, Asana Lodge is a leading UK based expert 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 call-back by clicking on the below form.
Admissions Process for Rehab
If you feel prepared to begin your road to recovery, then your first step is to contact our drug and alcohol rehab Woodley admissions team. You can contact them over the phone on 01908 489 421 or via email at email@example.com where you can ask any questions you may have about the various treatment options that we have available.
We’re here to help whenever you need us even if you just need someone to listen to your thoughts.
Once you’ve got in touch with our team, we can arrange a date for you to undergo an assessment for pre-screening. This is where we can review your psychological and physical health before we get to understand the nature of your addiction in more detail.
This assessment is crucial in helping us to design the most effective treatment programme which is completely personalised to your needs and to your unique circumstances.
When your pre-screening assessment is complete, we can decide when you’ll join our rehab centre in Woodley. Typically, we aim to welcome you into our treatment centre within 48 hours after you first got in touch with us as this reduces the possibility of you changing your mind about receiving treatment.
Upon your arrival, a member of our recovery team will go through your induction, ensuring you’re feeling settled before starting your addiction treatment programme.
Find out more about our admissions process here.
Signs of Drug or Alcohol Addiction
Quite often, people who are suffering from an addiction to alcohol or drugs struggle to admit that they have a problem which needs addressing. Unfortunately, there’s still a stigma surrounding addiction as some believe it to be a weakness or something that you can control. It’s now well-known that addiction is a very complex disease which can affect anyone, from any walk of life.
Admitting that you have an addiction is a very brave action to take. Acknowledging that you need support and opening up to someone is crucial in ensuring that you receive the proper care that you need to make a long-term recovery.
If you’re unsure as to whether someone you know is suffering from an addiction to alcohol or drugs or concerned about your own alcohol or drug consumption, then there are some common signs and symptoms which may help you to recognise addiction.
Do you find yourself avoiding any kind of socialisation or has your behaviour significantly changed in an odd way? You may be going through financial difficulties as you attempt to fund your substance abuse, or you may have found yourself in a new circle of friends who are negatively influencing you or peer pressure you into substance abuse.
Addiction to drugs or alcohol also makes you more prone to developing serious conditions like liver disease, heart disease, diabetes, or stroke.
Drug or alcohol addiction also impacts a person’s physical appearance because of the toxins within these substances harming your body. You may notice drastic weight loss or weight gain, pale or gaunt appearance, skin sores, or shakes.
They could also be suffering from increased depression or anxiety, paranoia, loneliness, or low self-esteem which makes them seem like a very different person to who they once were.
If you recognise any of these signs or symptoms within yourself or within a loved one, then it’s vital that you don’t waste any time in seeking out professional support from our drug and alcohol rehab Woodley. Here you will receive a drug or alcohol detox as well as a range of therapies.
Contact us today.
Addiction Treatment Aftercare
After completing your addiction treatment plan at our drug and alcohol rehab Woodley, you’ll have the opportunity to receive our free addiction aftercare plan which is personalised for each person to maximise the effectiveness of this treatment.
We highly recommend that you take advantage of this aftercare plan as by following your primary treatment plan with a tailored aftercare plan, your chances of achieving long-term recovery from drugs or alcohol will dramatically increase.
By putting everything you’ve learnt at our rehab clinic into practice, you can stay on track to achieving your long-term recovery with the ongoing support of our dedicated aftercare team. When you return home after completing your treatment plan, we’re confident that you’ll feel motivated and much better equipped to continue your rehabilitation journey.
One of the most important aspects that you need to continue practising is relapse prevention as this is particularly important when you’re at home where negative influences and distractions are more apparent.
If you’re struggling or would benefit from extra support, we’re more than happy to arrange additional relapse prevention sessions or additional therapy sessions such as individual and group counselling, cognitive behavioural therapy (also known as CBT), and stress management.
We can also provide you with access to useful support groups like Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous should you feel comfortable sharing your experiences within a group. Whilst this can seem intimidating for some, speaking within a group has proven to be highly effective in helping you along your road to recovery from addiction.
Are you ready to take the first step towards a happier and healthier future? Get in touch with our admissions team today at our drug and alcohol rehab Woodley on 01908 489421 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I pick the right rehabilitation programme?
Ultimately the best programme is the one that suits your personal circumstances. It’s important to keep in mind your budget, whether you want to go through rehab on an inpatient or outpatient basis and if you wish to go to rehab close to or far away from your home. The need to get treatment might feel urgent but making a quick wrong decision will hamper future efforts at staying clean – so take the time to research.
How do you convince someone to go to rehab?
There is no set path to getting someone the help they need, but being open-minded and patient is a good way to start. You don’t know how people will react and it can turn into a very stressful situation. Getting educated about addiction as a disease, researching possible rehab options and looking for professional help are good ways to approach the topic. Having answers for possible reservations and being supported by a professional may put the person you are trying to convince more at ease and more amenable to the idea.
How beneficial is residential rehab?
The nature of residential rehab means that you quickly get clean and are set on the right path. Through residential rehab you will live and breathe the recovery lifestyle, learning ways to help you cope afterwards and introducing you to a support network that could last for years. With residential rehab, you can see you are not alone on your journey.
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