Drug and Alcohol Rehab Stirchley
Are you getting sick of allowing the negative effects of drug or alcohol abuse to ruin your life? Luckily, there is a way that you can overcome the physical and psychological effects of addiction. This all starts with a simple call or email message to our drug and alcohol rehab in Stirchley.
We offer bespoke treatment options to help benefit each client’s specific needs. We are confident in providing a dedicated team that can help you achieve your rehab recovery goals and go back to living a much happier and healthier life, free from substance abuse.
For more information, contact us today on 01923 369 161 to begin your journey towards long-term recovery.
What is a Drug and Alcohol Addiction Rehab Like?
We are extremely proud to offer evidence-based and industry-leading rehab addiction treatments. We offer a personalised, professional and positive approach, and we have helped countless people with overcoming drug and alcohol addictions.
We understand how overwhelming it can be when you have to stay in an unfamiliar setting with a group of people that you don’t know. That is why we have put a lot of emphasis on providing a warm, comfortable, welcoming, and friendly environment for every single person who comes through our door. You will have the privacy of your own room while you’re with us and you will also have the knowledge that the people around you are also struggling through a similar situation. We are positive that you will feel comfortable and at ease when you stay with us.
There is just one thing that you need to focus on when you stay at our rehab clinic, and that is achieving your long-term recovery goals. Our brilliant team will take care of all of your housekeeping and laundry. Plus, we will provide you with delicious and nutritious meals which will aid your recovery. You won’t have any distractions from your home life, giving you the greatest opportunity to live a happy life free from substance abuse by joining us at our rehab centre.
Dual Diagnosis Treatment Options and Therapy Options
Some people who suffer from addiction also suffer from a mental health problem. This is known as a dual diagnosis. It is a condition that our team of experts is very familiar with, and we are comfortable with providing the very best treatments to maximise the success of your dual diagnosis recover.
Although you may not have heard of a dual diagnosis before, it is actually very common. Roughly 50% of the people who suffer with mental health problems are also prone to drug or alcohol abuse. It is something that needs more awareness so that the people who have a dual diagnosis never feel isolated. It’s important to know that there is a very effective dual diagnosis treatment available for those who need it.
The treatments we offer can help you to identify all of the underlying causes of your alcohol or drug addiction or your mental health condition. In some cases, people may end up turning to substance abuse as a way to cope with mental health problems. Alternatively, the increased exposure to drugs or alcohol may result in them developing a drug or alcohol addiction.
We can sometimes detect which of those two conditions is more prevalent. However, it is may also be possible that the two conditions are equal in strength. No matter which one it is, our team of qualified experts are here to help guide you away from this vicious cycle by improving the health and activity of your brain to gain an accurate diagnosis of the problem. This will then allow us to deliver the most effective type of dual diagnosis treatment to you.
Other Addiction Treatment Options and Therapy Options
We recommend that every addict goes through a detoxification process in our detox clinic upon entering rehab. This is where all of the negative and harmful toxins resulting from excessive drug and alcohol use will be removed from the body. This is an extremely useful addiction treatment whenever completed within a supervised, controlled, and safe environment such as our rehab in Stirchley. If you attempt doing a drug or alcohol detox yourself at home without the right supervision, then it could end up being extremely dangerous and maybe even fatal.
When you reduce the intake of drugs and alcohol that you’ve become dependent on, you will start to experience several withdrawal symptoms and these can range from mild nausea to more severe symptoms such as seizures or delirium tremens. These withdrawal symptoms must be treated with emergency medical attention.
Once you have completed the detox, you can then go on to psychological and well-being therapy options. These therapies can include a range of things such as stress management, cognitive behavioural therapy, individual therapy, group therapies, or family counselling, psychotherapy, and relapse prevention.
In our well-being therapies, we offer a huge range, such as low-level laser therapy, relaxation and sleep management, creative art therapy, mindfulness, fitness therapy, yoga, acupuncture, and also acu-detox. Each of these therapies will help you to identify the triggers that keep your addiction going and recognise all of the underlying issues that may have caused your drug and alcohol addiction.
Our addiction treatment options typically last for around 28 days from your admission day to completing your drug and alcohol addiction treatment. This is the recommended duration. However, some people may require more or less time, depending on the circumstances and how well you respond to the treatments within the rehab clinic.
Aftercare and Relapse Prevention
We will continue your addiction support through aftercare when you leave rehab. For the first year after you have completed your rehab treatment, this is when you’re most likely to relapse as you return back home and put everything you have learnt in rehab into your everyday home life. However, you won’t have a structured environment and constant supervision. With this in mind, we offer a free 12-month bespoke aftercare programme.
During these 12 months, you can contact our dedicated helplines at any time. Your aftercare program will be personalised, just like your inpatient rehab program. We are here to help you stay motivated, share your achievements and also avoid any potential relapses. Not only will we help you with ongoing support, but we will also provide your family and friends with all of the tools needed to help support you along your journey.
If you want to find out more about rehab treatments or the admissions process of rehab, give our team a call on 01923 369 161 or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and our team will be happy to answer any questions you may have.