We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Gravelly Hill

Drug and Alcohol rehab help is available in Gravelly Hill, Birmingham. Reach out today to our team to receive the vital help you need in battling addiction.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Gravelly Hill

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Drug or alcohol addiction treatment options

Living with an addiction to alcohol and drugs is a very challenging thing to deal with. Many people can be in denial about their substance abuse as they struggle to admit it to themselves, never mind to anyone else. This difficultly to acknowledge and reluctance to accept help for drug or alcohol addiction can be detrimental to your long-term recovery.

Once you’ve taken the brave step of opening up and asking for support, our friendly admissions team at our drug and alcohol rehab Gravelly Hill can talk you through the various treatment options available to you. One of the first decisions you’ll need to think about is whether you’ll receive inpatient treatment or outpatient treatment. The difference between these two treatment options is that as an outpatient, you’ll stay at home whilst attending therapy sessions each day at our rehab clinic, whereas an inpatient will stay overnight at our drug and alcohol rehab Gravelly Hill.

Each treatment option will benefit different people in different ways, what works for you may not work for someone else. Studies have shown however, that inpatient treatment (also known as residential rehab), produces a higher rate of long-term recoveries when compared with outpatient treatment. This is generally because as an inpatient you benefit from a recovery focused environment with a support team to motivate you every step of the way 24/7. When staying at home as an outpatient, you’re more exposed to distractions and negative influences which could negatively impact your rehabilitation.

Private drug and alcohol rehab Gravelly Hill

After you’ve thought about whether inpatient treatment or outpatient treatment is for you, you can then think about choosing between private drug and alcohol rehab or rehab treatment with free local health services like the NHS. These drug and alcohol treatment plans available through the NHS may seem like your preference as they’re low-cost or even free, however, the NHS are extremely limited on resources meaning you’ll likely be added to a long waiting list to receive a generic treatment plan which might not necessarily be effective.

In comparison, treatment plans with private drug and alcohol rehab centres are much more likely to be beneficial to your long-term recovery. With most private rehabs, you’ll receive a tailored treatment plan which has been created with your specific needs and your addiction in mind, giving you the best chance of overcoming your addiction. Unlike local health services, you’ll be welcomed into our drug and alcohol rehab centre within 48 hours of contacting our admissions team; this is a great benefit to your recovery journey.

Helping loved ones with a drug or alcohol addiction

Living with an addiction to alcohol or drugs can be extremely challenging, as can watching a loved one go through the struggle of addiction. You may have noticed a change in their physical and psychological health as drug and alcohol addiction can significantly damage a person’s well-being. If you’re unsure who to help or you’re worried of making the situation even worse, we recommend utilising our intervention service or friend or family referral service which has proven to be very popular and helpful in mediating these situations.

At our drug and alcohol rehab Gravelly Hill, we recommend that you take advantage of our intervention or referral services so that you can be sure you’re doing the best thing for your loved ones. We can talk you through the next steps and set up the intervention, taking some pressure off you. This would then happen in a neutral environment where everyone can share how they’re feeling with the aim to encourage a visit to our treatment centre. This will help everyone involved to feel like they’ve been listened to and had the opportunity to tell their side of the story, creating a conversation about seeking professional support.

 

 

 

 

 

There are many variables to consider when it comes to drug and alcohol rehab, this is also true when discussing the cost. How much rehab costs depends on each person’s specific requirements, the treatment options they select, and the duration of their treatment plan. As an inpatient, your treatment will naturally be more expensive than an outpatient as you’ll stay overnight at our rehab in Gravelly Hill. Of course, private drug and alcohol rehab will be more expensive than addiction treatment with local heath services. It’s important to do your research, ask lots of questions and find the right treatment centre for your recovery and for your budget.

We appreciate that a drug or alcohol detoxification can be an uncomfortable process, but we wouldn’t recommend it unless we thought it was crucial to your recovery. Some of the common withdrawal symptoms you may encounter include increased depression or anxiety, nausea, headaches, seizures, insomnia, feeling irritable, hallucinations, shaking, intense perspiration, and delirium tremens (the DT’s). All of these symptoms can be eased with the help of medical professionals to make your detoxification as pain-free as possible, this is why it’s so important to attempt a detox only ever under the supervision of a recognised rehab centre.

Within all of our personalised treatment programmes will be a focus on taking care of your mental health throughout your rehabilitation. Psychological therapies are such a big aspect of your treatment, it’s crucial that we put extra emphasis on improving your mental well-being. We have a highly trained team who are motivated to support you in any way that they can, physically and mentally. This also takes into consideration that you may be suffering from a dual diagnosis which is where you’re living with an addiction to alcohol or drugs in addition to a mental health problem. This is much more common than you may think so is nothing to be ashamed of.

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