We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Wheathampstead

Are you based in the Wheathampstead area and struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol? Battling the rollercoaster of emotions that comes with an alcohol and drug addiction can be very stressful and overwhelming. Addictions are classed as both behavioural and mental illnesses that can be very difficult to manage without the right kind of professional help.

Nobody wants to admit that they are having problems with addiction. Sometimes it can even be difficult to admit the problems to yourself. Addictions can create a sort of mental fog and this can lead to some strong issues with denial. This denial can get in the way of you accepting that you have a problem with addiction and this can be the biggest thing that gets in the way of your recovery.

Many people also still see addictions as a type of taboo subject. This leads to many people not wanting to discuss it. This can make things quite challenging as most of the time, addicts don’t fit into that stereotypical image of what an addict looks like. This can result in you and other people overlooking and ignoring your addiction problems.

If you are struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol and you need help, it’s important to reach out as soon as possible. We are here to help you. If you want to find out more about how we can help you, get in touch with our friendly, helpful team today on 0800 001 4070.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment in Wheathampstead
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Your Rehab Treatment Options

Rehab options can vary and so can the treatment options, which is why it is important that you select the best rehab treatment for your needs.

Wheathampstead Outpatient Treatment

Most outpatient rehab services will offer support but not medical supervision during the detoxification process and some one-to-one counselling. It is also recommended that you attend some support groups with this type of recovery plan too.

These treatments can be beneficial in helping people overcome drug or alcohol addiction. However, there is a very high demand for NHS outpatient services and there are also limited resources.

These treatments are never really personalised to each person’s needs and they tend to only really be helpful for those with mild addictions.

Private Rehab Treatment

Residential rehab is proven to be the most successful type of recovery programme for recovering from addictions. Residential alcohol and drug rehab treatments offer a range of bespoke and personalised treatments that are designed to give you the best possible chances of making a full and successful recovery.

Residential rehab treatments allow you to understand the underlying cause of your addiction as well as many other aspects of your addiction.

Below is a list of some of the most common types of treatments that you may come across in a private inpatient rehab facility:

  • The medically assisted detoxification process
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy
  • One to one recovery treatments
  • Dialectal behavioural therapy
  • Wellbeing therapies
  • Group therapy sessions
  • Holistic therapies

 

What is a Dual Diagnosis?

A dual diagnosis is when the person who is struggling with an addiction is also struggling with some kind of mental health disorder. Not everyone who is an addict will need to go through a dual diagnosis treatment. However, at least half of all rehab clients do need this type of treatment. This is where private inpatient alcohol rehab is very helpful as it offers treatment for both addiction and mental health issues.

Dual diagnosis treatments combine your drug or alcohol detoxification process and addiction therapies with other treatments that can help to tackle mental health issues. Some examples may include bereavement counselling, trauma and abuse counselling, post-traumatic stress disorder counselling, and many more. Dual diagnosis treatments help to ensure that both of the disorders, the addiction and the mental health problems, can be tackled and overcome at the same time.

This specialist type of treatment can help to reduce the risks of relapsing. It also helps to make long-term addiction recovery much more achievable.

 

Why Is Rehab The Right Choice For Me?

Rehab can seem like a very scary and daunting thing at first. However, rehab is the best option if you want to make a full and complete recovery from your addiction to drugs or alcohol. Rehab provides you with a very safe and comfortable environment where you can really focus on your recovery in a relaxed setting.

You will also be surrounded by a number of well-trained and experienced staff members who understand the struggles of overcoming an addiction. You will be made to feel as safe, comfortable, and supported as possible during your entire stay in the rehab centre.

Many of the staff in our Wheathampstead rehab centre have also recovered from addictions themselves, so they will know exactly what you’re going through. They will know exactly how to best help you overcome any problems you are facing during your time in the recovery centre.

You will also be surrounded by many medically-trained members of staff who can provide you with advice and medication whenever it is deemed necessary to help you on your recovery journey. The staff in rehab will always look out for your physical and mental health.

Residential rehab has been proven time and time again as being the most successful method of overcoming addiction. In rehab, you will be given a bespoke treatment plan based on your personal circumstances and your needs. This will help to ensure that you are given the best possible chances of successfully recovering from your addiction and help to ensure that you avoid relapsing in the future.

If you are unsure about why rehab is the right choice for you, all you need to do is do a quick Google search to look up the stats and you’ll see exactly why inpatient rehab is the right choice.

 

Get Help For Your Addiction Today in Wheathampstead

If you are struggling with an addiction in Wheathampstead, the best thing you can do is reach out to us for help as soon as possible. We are here to help you and will be happy to give you the advice you need to get started on your recovery journey today. A simple phone call is all it takes to start turning your life around for the better – call us on 0800 001 4070 or fill out our contact form.

Seek treatment at rehab in Wheathampstead today.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

The length of rehab can vary depending on the severity of your drug or alcohol addiction and which treatments you require. However, residential rehab typically takes around 28 days to complete, which is then followed by a structured aftercare plan for 12 months.

Some people may attempt to detox at home; however, this is extremely risky and isn’t likely to be effective without the support of medical professionals. For a detox to be successful, you need to be within a safe and controlled environment like our drug and alcohol rehab. Due to the likelihood of withdrawal symptoms, it’s crucial that you have medical assistance to administer any prescribed medication to ease the discomfort if needed. Many detoxifications at home are unsafe and unsuccessful.

Any reputable drug and alcohol treatment centre will provide you with a personalised aftercare plan. Our rehab understands that your aftercare is equally as important as your main treatment programme. Once you’ve completed your drug or alcohol detox and subsequent therapies at our addiction rehab, you’ll return home to continue along your road to recovery. All of our clients will receive a 12-month aftercare plan free of charge inclusive of dedicated helplines and access to local support groups such as Narcotics Anonymous or Alcoholics Anonymous.

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