Drug and Alcohol Rehab Beaconsfield
This is a great benefit as it gives you the opportunity to solely focus on your recovery from drugs or alcohol without the stresses of daily life distracting you.
This is one of the main contributors as to why residential rehab typically has higher success rates when compared to outpatient treatment services.
Additionally, you’ll benefit from 24/7 support from our dedicated team of recovery workers; they’ll be there for you every step of the way to ensure you’re comfortable, safe, and progressing well through your rehabilitation.
Outpatient and Inpatient Rehabilitation Options
There are a few different options when it comes to addiction treatment. The main difference is between outpatient or inpatient addiction treatment.
If you’re an outpatient, this means that you’ll stay at home whilst visiting a rehabilitation centre during the day for your treatment. Whereas an inpatient will stay overnight at the drug or alcohol rehab for the duration of their addiction treatment. Both methods have their own benefits, however, whichever method suits you best is down to the severity of your addiction and your own personal circumstances.
Outpatient addiction treatment services offer you the flexibility to return home each night. However, as we mentioned this may not always be a positive thing. Home life naturally comes with distractions and the usual stresses, not to mention your home environment could be filled with negative influences, potentially leading you to relapse.
Therefore, outpatient treatment services may be better suited to someone suffering from mild drug or alcohol abuse. Both inpatient and outpatient services should be able to offer you a personalised treatment programme which is essential to the success of your long-term recovery.
Aside from choosing to be an inpatient or outpatient, there’s also the option to join a private drug and alcohol rehab like ours in Beaconsfield, or you could request addiction treatment from free local health services like the NHS.
Although free addiction treatment sounds attractive, this has proven to be the least effective method of rehabilitation as they’re unable to provide you with a personalised treatment programme, leaving you to follow a generic programme which is unlikely to help you overcome your drug or alcohol addiction.
By joining a private residential drug and alcohol rehab, you’ll have the best opportunity to achieve your long-term recovery goals.
Benefits of Detoxification Treatment
In addition to your psychological and well-being therapies, we usually recommend a drug or alcohol detoxification to help break your physical connection to the substance. A drug or alcohol detox can make you feel quite anxious as you worry about reducing your intake and the withdrawal symptoms which come with a detox.
Despite this, a detoxification has proven to be the most effective way to break that physical connection to alcohol or drugs. Under the supervision of a medical team, you can safely reduce your consumption of the substance and have any withdrawal symptoms correctly managed.
We strongly advise against any attempts to detox at home without the guidance and support of addiction specialists.
It’s impossible to recover from a drug or alcohol addiction with medication alone, you must utilise the expertise of dedicated recovery workers should you wish to overcome your battle with addiction once and for all.
Recovery after Residential Rehab
Your journey to recovery doesn’t stop once you leave our drug and alcohol rehab Beaconsfield. We will continue to support you once you return home through our tailored aftercare plan which is free for the first 12 months for all of our clients.
This is because the first year after completing your residential rehab treatment is generally the most difficult and when you’re most likely to suffer from a drug or alcohol relapse.
In addition to the tools and experience you would have gained with us at our drug and alcohol rehab, you should hopefully now feel more prepared to continue your journey at home surrounded by your friends and family.
We can offer extra relapse prevention or counselling sessions as needed, as well as recommending local support groups to further aid your recovery.
It’s important to bring clothing that you feel comfortable in as you’ll be taking part in a wide range of activities, either individually or within a group. This should include comfortable clothing, nightwear, trainers, slippers, etc. Our drug and alcohol rehab Beaconsfield provides complimentary shower gels and soaps, but you’re welcome to bring your own if you prefer; please ensure any mouthwash is alcohol free. We also provide towels, bedlinen, and bathrobes so there’s no need to pack these. You may wish to pack photos of family/friends, books, musical instruments, etc. Mobile phones, gaming devices, and laptops are permitted; our rehab centre provides free Wi-Fi.
Yes, we believe it’s important to allow you time to spend with your friends and family whilst undergoing your addiction treatment; we normally arrange this on Sunday afternoons. During these visits you can arrange to go out with your family for a walk or for a local coffee, however, it is of course essential that you don’t consume any alcohol or drugs during this time. This would be a breach of your treatment which may result in you being removed from the addiction treatment programme.
When you’ve completed your residential rehab addiction treatment which usually takes around 28 days, you’ll return home to continue your recovery with the support of your personalised aftercare programme. This aftercare programme lasts for 12 months and is completely free of charge for those who have completed the residential rehab treatment. The aftercare programme will also be personalised to suit your needs and include additional therapy sessions as required such as cognitive behavioural therapy or relapse prevention.
Raffa Bari - Author -
Last updated: 31st August 2021
CQC Registered Manager
Raffa manages the day to day caring services here at Cassiobury Court. Dedicated to the treatment and well being of our visitors she is an outstanding mental health coach registered with BAAT (British Association of Art Therapists). Raffa has outstanding experience in managing rehabs across the country and is vastly experienced at helping people recover from drug and alcohol addictions.