But there is a way out of this vicious cycle. Our drug and alcohol rehab Isle of Wight can provide you with the essential tools needed to give up your addiction once and for all.
We’re extremely proud of our state-of-the-art facilities, evidence-based therapies, and exceptional team of addiction specialists.
By joining a private drug and alcohol rehab with a residential addiction treatment programme, you’ll benefit from a high level of personalisation which you wouldn’t get anywhere else.
For example, if you were to receive rehab treatment as an outpatient or through free local services like the NHS, you would probably receive a fairly generic treatment programme to follow which is unlikely to give you any promising results.
Whereas our fantastic team of recovery workers have years of experience tailoring each rehab treatment programme to suit the individual for maximum effectiveness.
Our team is made up of psychiatrists, doctors, nurses, and therapists, many of whom have even experienced drug rehab or alcohol rehab on a personal level, giving them a unique insight into what you’re going through.
Please know that we appreciate how much bravery it takes to come forward and ask for professional rehabilitation support. We want to assure you that there’s nothing to feel embarrassed or ashamed of, acknowledging your addiction is any extremely courageous thing to do.
Once you’ve taken that first step in your road to recovery, we can guide you along every other step of the way to ensure you’re progressing towards your goals.
We’re confident that our drug and alcohol rehab Isle of Wight is the right place for you to overcome your addiction for good. Call our admissions team today on 0151 268 6992 or email us at email@example.com to start your road to recovery.
What Addiction Therapies do we offer?
All of our rehab treatment programmes are completely personalised to suit each individual. Within these programmes we feature a carefully selected combination of psychological and well-being therapies to ensure you receive a holistic approach to your rehabilitation.
Some of these therapies include cognitive behavioural therapy, drug or alcohol relapse prevention, stress management, individual, group or family counselling, drug or alcohol detoxification, and motivational interviewing, in addition to our well-being therapies which include mindfulness, yoga, art therapy, fitness therapy, relaxation and sleep management, music therapy, and nutritional supplement therapy.
Whilst you stay with us at our rehab in Isle of Wight, we will help you to identify the triggers linked to your addiction to drugs or alcohol. Being able to understand what may have caused your addiction will be a great advantage in your journey to overcome it. Rehabilitation isn’t only about counselling as many people may believe.
It’s essential that your drug and alcohol rehab provides you with a well-balanced programme featuring a mixture of the above therapies. In addition to these therapies which will address your psychological, physical, and emotional connections to drugs or alcohol, we also ensure that you receive nutritious meals each day, provide fitness sessions and social activities for you to take part in such as film nights, quiz nights, groups runs or walks, and family visits.
Prior to joining our drug and alcohol rehab Isle of Wight, we will take the time to get to know you and understand more about your addiction so that we can create a suitable rehab treatment.
We’ll do this over the phone or via email during your initial contact, we will then invite you to a pre-screening assessment where we can further review your physical and psychological health. All of this will enable us to create the most effective and most beneficial addiction treatment for you.
It’s important to remember that each person has a completely unique story behind how they became addicted to alcohol or drugs in the first place, therefore each person will react differently to each of our therapies.
It’s for this reason that we keep a flexible approach, continuously monitoring your progress and making any adjustments as necessary to make sure you achieve your long-term recovery goals.
What is a Dual Diagnosis?
A dual diagnosis means that someone who is suffering from an addiction to alcohol or drugs is also suffering from poor mental health. It’s more common than you may realise as mental health problems tend to coincide with alcohol or drug addiction.
A dual diagnosis can occur when someone who has poor mental health turns to alcohol or drugs as a way to cope with their pain, or alternatively, when someone has been addicted to alcohol or drugs for some time, they’re likely to develop problems with their mental health as a result of the toxins from the substance negatively affecting their brain functionality.
You may have one condition which is more prevalent than the other, or they might both be of equal strength. Either way, our rehab in Isle of Wight has a team of experts on hand who can you help you to overcome your addiction and your mental health.
Contact us today to join our Drug and Alcohol Rehab Isle of Wight
Here at Action Rehab, we’re confident that we can support you and provide you with the essential tools needed to live your life free from drug addiction or alcohol addiction.
We offer expert guidance, leading therapies, and continued support through our aftercare plan. Our aftercare plan is free for 12 months after you leave our rehab centre and is there to help you through the transition period of returning home after your residential rehab treatment.
If you have any more questions about our rehab in Isle of Wight, need any additional advice or support, then our admissions team would be more than happy to speak with you.
Even if you’re not quite ready to join our rehab centre, we’d be happy to speak with you and help in any way that we can. You can call us on 0151 268 6992 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.