Drug and Alcohol Rehab Hampshire
It’s a good idea to research various rehabilitation centres as there is a quite a range available. There are addiction treatments available through the NHS, but these low-cost or sometimes free treatment programmes, tend to be fairly generic leading to an ineffective result. This is purely because the NHS are struggling with limited resources and funding meaning they’re unable to provide personalised treatment programmes which is key to a successful long-term recovery.
There are options available for other local health services to offer outpatient treatment whilst you remain at home. Whilst this may be a useful option for those with very mild addiction symptoms, it can also be fairly ineffective for a long-term recovery. Studies have shown that the most effective method to treat drug and alcohol abuse is to visit a residential centre where you can follow a personalised treatment programme; this is exactly what our drug and alcohol rehab in Hampshire offers.
What is our private residential drug and alcohol rehab like?
Our drug and alcohol treatment has helped countless people overcome their addiction to alcohol or drugs. By providing a completely unique treatment programme for each of our clients, we’re offering the best opportunity to achieve long-term recovery. You’ll stay in your own private room with all the home comforts you could ask for. Our dedicated team take care of your laundry, housekeeping and ensure that you receive daily nutritious meals to aid your recovery.
By staying at our drug rehab in Hampshire throughout the duration of your addiction treatment, you’re giving yourself the best chance of success. This is because you’re removing yourself from any negative distractions or temptations to relapse which could arise in your home environment. The only thing you need to focus on during your stay with us is your recovery from drug and alcohol abuse.
We take pride in ensuring our rehabilitation centre is a warm, welcoming, and positive space for our clients to feel comfortable in. It’s a safe haven for you to undergo this challenge of turning your life around and creating a bright future for yourself and your loved ones.
What is the admissions process for our rehab in Hampshire?
We appreciate how difficult it can be to admit that you need professional support. It’s not something you should feel embarrassed about doing, it’s a very courageous step to take in improving your future. Our admissions team are highly experienced in dealing with a variety of cases, there’s no need to feel as though you’re out of the ordinary, trust us, we’ve seen it all. We will listen, understand, and reassure you as together, we discuss the best next steps for you to take.
After you’ve made your initial contact with us either via phone, email, or online chat, we will invite you to pre-admission screening to help us understand more about your addiction. This simply involves answering some questions regarding your physical and psychological health, all of which is strictly confidential and helps us to design the best addiction treatments to suit you. It only takes around 20 minutes and can be done over the phone or online.
If you’re happy to proceed, we can then discuss a date for you to join our drug and alcohol rehab in Hampshire. Upon arrival at our rehabilitation centre, you will be warmly welcomed by a member of our recovery team who will take the time to make you feel comfortable in your new surroundings. From here, you can begin your comprehensive treatment programme and follow the path to recovery.
Do we offer clinical detoxification?
Our experienced team of psychologists and therapists offer a wide variety of treatments to aid your physical and psychological recovery from drug and alcohol abuse. Whilst our addiction treatment programmes are completely unique to each client, it’s likely that we’ll recommend you begin your stay with a visit to our alcohol detox clinic.
Detoxification focuses mainly on the physical effects which drug and alcohol abuse have on your body. As your substance intake is gradually reduced, you’ll experience drug and alcohol withdrawal which may lead to withdrawal symptoms, some of which can be quite serious. These symptoms could include dizziness, nausea, the shakes, and in severe cases, insomnia, seizures or even delirium tremens, all of which require immediate medical attention. It’s extremely dangerous to attempt a detox at home alone, not to mention it’s likely to be ineffective. This is why it’s so crucial to undergo your detox in a professional treatment centre with dedicated staff taking care of you 24/7.
What other therapies do we offer at our rehabilitation centre?
After completing your drug or alcohol detox, you can move onto the rest of your bespoke treatment programme which will include a range of psychological and well-being therapies. By undergoing a mixture of these two types of therapies, you’re benefiting from a more holistic approach to your addiction treatment which has proven to be the most successful method.
We deliver cognitive behavioural therapy which is a form of psychotherapy, effective in treating all levels of drug and alcohol abuse. This treatment works by analysing your thoughts and behaviours in order to identify the reasons behind your addiction. By learning to recognise the specific situations which promote negative thoughts, you can begin to avoid these situations so you’re at less risk of a relapse.
Our dedicated team also offer stress management, motivational interviewing, relapse prevention, family intervention and mediation, in addition to our well-being focused therapies which include therapeutic music and art therapy, mindfulness and body scan, diet and nutritional supplement, relaxation and sleep management, acupuncture and acu-detox, and self-help.
If you’re ready to change your life for the better, get in touch with us today on 01923 369 161.