If you have developed an addiction to drugs or alcohol, we would recommend attending a drug and alcohol rehab in Chelsea & Kensington.
Located in West London, Chelsea & Kensington boasts a plethora of private drug and alcohol rehabs that all provide state-of-the-art treatment to individuals that have found their lives impaired by an addiction.
If you believe that the time is right for you to secure treatment for your substance addiction, please do not hesitate to contact us.
At Action Rehab, we can assist you in locating a suitable private drug and alcohol rehab.
What Addictions Do Drug and Alcohol Rehabs In Chelsea & Kensington Provide Treatment For?
As you come to terms with the fact that an addiction has taken control of your life for some time, you will likely want to uncover what addictions drug and alcohol rehabs in Chelsea & Kensington can provide treatment for.
Below, we have outlined just a few of the various addictions that can be treated at a rehab in Chelsea and Kensington.
- – Cocaine addictions
- – Heroin addictions
- – Prescription drug addictions
- – Cannabis addictions
- – Alcohol addictions
If you have developed an addiction to a substance that is not highlighted above, please contact us directly to discuss your addiction. The addictions noted above are just some of the addictions that are frequently treated in rehab.
Can Rehab Help Those With Mental Health Disorders?
In addition to providing treatment for drug and alcohol addictions, many of the drug and alcohol rehabs located in Chelsea & Kensington can offer treatment for mental health disorders such as anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.
If you have become addicted to a substance and concurrently find yourself struggling with a mental health disorder, you may well require dual diagnosis treatment.
Dual Diagnosis Treatment
Across the United Kingdom, various reports and studies have concluded that at least 75% of individuals that struggle with an addiction will also experience mental health problems.
Sadly, this is because individuals struggling with pre-existing mental health disorders will often turn to substances to alleviate the pessimistic thoughts and feelings they often experience.
In addition, individuals who become addicted to substances are much more likely to develop mental health disorders such as anxiety and depression than those who do not consume substances.
If you require dual diagnosis treatment, as you commence treatment at a drug and alcohol rehab in Chelsea & Kensington, you will be required to undergo a medical examination. This examination will help medical experts determine the treatment you need for your addiction and mental health disorder. It will also ensure that you are fit to progress through a treatment programme.
Upon completing the medical examination, you will be provided with a personalised treatment programme. Although your treatment programme will be bespoke to your individual recovery needs, if you are provided with dual diagnosis treatment, you can expect to encounter the following;
- – A medically induced detoxification to help you withdraw from the substance that you have become addicted to
- – One-to-one and group therapy that will enable you to uncover the factors that have caused your addiction to arise and develop coping strategies
- – One-to-one and group therapy that will help you come face-to-face with your mental health disorder and uncover how you can mitigate the overall effect it has on your life
- – Relapse prevention support
- – Aftercare support that will typically consist of frequent group therapy sessions and one-to-one assistance
Although the above demonstrates the treatment that is typically incorporated into a dual diagnosis treatment programme, please remember that your treatment programme may differ in order to ensure that your personal addiction and recovery needs are catered to.
Why Is Therapy Incorporated In Rehabilitation Treatment?
As you uncover the treatment that is typically provided to those that require dual diagnosis treatment, you may find yourself wondering why therapy forms the basis of all rehabilitation programmes. You may even feel anxious about the thought of experiencing therapy. If this resonates with you, you are not alone.
Many people often feel the same. The thought of sharing information about their addiction, discussing how their addiction has made them feel and uncovering factors that have contributed to addictions often sees many left feeling somewhat uneasy. However, participating in therapy is essential to those recovering from addictions.
This is because therapy enables individuals to delve into their past and discover the factors that have likely caused them to become addicted to substances. Although this can be somewhat unsettling, coming to terms with the factors that have caused your addiction to arise will provide you with the opportunity to voice how these factors have made you feel.
As you do so, you will be supported by medical professionals who will assist you in mitigating the overall impact said factors have on your life in the future. You will also begin to develop various coping strategies that will ultimately see you less prone to relapse in the near and far future.
Take The First Step In Overcoming Your Addiction Today
Are you ready to commit to a substance-free life? Do you want to overcome the physical and psychological ramifications that your addiction has caused you to experience? Are you prepared to take the first step in overcoming your addiction?
If you are ready to commit to a substance-free future and find yourself ready to take the first step in overcoming your addiction, please contact us today by calling us on 0151 268 6992.
In doing so, our admissions team can discuss your addiction with you and provide you with an abundance of support and guidance. Our team will also be able to answer any questions you may have about life in rehab, treatment and aftercare support.
The sooner that you contact us, the sooner we can refer you to a drug and alcohol rehab in Chelsea & Kensington for professional treatment.