We offer both inpatient and outpatient treatment at our drug and alcohol rehab Richmond. Both treatment options had their pros and cons and will benefit each person differently. During your initial conversation with our admissions team, we can talk you through each treatment option in detail to ensure you select the right one for your personal circumstances.
To clearly explain the differences between the two, put simply, inpatient rehab is where you stay overnight at our rehab clinic whilst undergoing your treatment plan.
Alternatively, with outpatient treatment, you would remain at home whilst visiting our rehab in Richmond each day to receive your drug and alcohol treatment plan.
If you choose inpatient rehab, also known as residential rehab, you’ll benefit from the fantastic overnight facilities at our drug and alcohol rehab such as private rooms, laundry and housekeeping, and nutritious meals served each day to aid your recovery. You’ll also benefit from a highly recovery-focused environment with the 24/7 support of addiction experts who will help you every step of the way.
Although inpatient rehab generally produces a higher rate of successful recoveries than outpatient treatment does, it may not be suited to everyone. Depending on the nature of your addiction and on your own personal circumstances, you may find outpatient treatment more effective.
However, there are notable downsides to outpatient treatment as returning to your home environment after receiving your addiction treatment can be detrimental to your rehabilitation. You may have a negative association with your home environment, or this setting may include people who could potentially negatively influence you into relapsing.
Outpatient treatment certainly has its positives for some people, but it’s clear that you are more likely to experience a drug or alcohol relapse as an outpatient than you would as an inpatient as you don’t have the 24/7 support from our dedicated team.
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Are you suffering from Drug and Alcohol addiction and need help? Action Rehab is a leading UK based expert in Rehabilitation. Find out how we can help by getting in touch with our friendly team today.
Treating Dual Diagnosis
Our team are experienced and highly trained in treating people who have a dual diagnosis. There’s absolutely no need to feel embarrassed or ashamed if you’re suffering from both a drug and alcohol addiction as well as poor mental health.
A dual diagnosis can occur when a person has been excessively abusing drugs or alcohol over a prolonged period that it’s severely impacted their mental health causing them serious issues such as anxiety, depression, paranoia, phobias, low self-esteem, and bipolarity.
A dual diagnosis can also occur when someone who’s suffering from poor mental health develops a drug or alcohol addiction as they felt it was a way to cope with their psychological pain. Whatever the cause may be, we’re ready and willing to help you achieve your long-term recovery.
Drug and Alcohol Relapse Prevention
Alongside our drug and alcohol detoxification, we ensure that all of our clients receive a combination of psychological and well-being therapies that will benefit their recovery journey. Some of the psychological and well-being therapies we deliver include psychotherapy, counselling, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), mediation therapy, motivational interviewing, stress management, relapse prevention, mindfulness, relaxation and stress management, low-level laser therapy, nutritional supplement therapy, meditation, and music therapy.
Drug or alcohol relapse prevention is one of the most important tools you can return home with after completing your treatment plan with our drug and alcohol rehab Richmond. We have an exceptional team of recovery workers who will help you to identify the underlying causes of your addiction so that you’re able to recognise any triggers; this will help you to avoid any potential relapses.
You may find it useful to include your loved ones within your relapse prevention sessions so that they’re also able to notice the triggers, thus helping you to prevent any relapses.
If you do experience a drug or alcohol relapse, try not to feel too disheartened as it’s actually fairly common, particularly within the first 12 months of completing your treatment plan.
If you join a residential rehab like ours in Richmond and receive a personalised addiction treatment plan followed by a personalised aftercare plan, you’ll have the best opportunity to achieve your long-term recovery.
Personalised Aftercare Programmes Are Available
Once you’ve left our drug and alcohol rehab Richmond, you’ll continue to be supported by our drug and alcohol rehab in Richmond through our aftercare plan. Each of our clients will receive a free aftercare plan for 12 months after leaving our rehab clinic. This is because the first year after completing your treatment plan is generally the most challenging and when you’re most likely to suffer from a relapse.