When it comes to drug and alcohol addiction, you can’t always get the help you need straight away from the NHS. At Action Rehab we can help you today. We have a friendly and support team that will be happy to talk you through all our available options to start your recovery today.
We provide residential rehab centre programmes across the whole of the UK, including in Staffordshire. Whether you are located in Stoke on Trent, or you live further afield, we can help you find the right rehab in Staffordshire for you. With our vast resources we have access to detox clinics, cheap rehab, or extensive rehab programmes in drug and alcohol treatment centres. We offer support every step of the way, even when you get back home with our relapse prevention plans.
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What is Addiction?
Addiction is a surprisingly common problem in the UK. It is defined as not having control over something you are doing, to the point where it becomes harmful.
Despite being commonly associated with drugs, alcohol, gambling and nicotine, it is actually possible to become addicted to almost anything, from shopping, work to the internet. It is important to understand that addiction is often fuelled by mental health issues and the way you feel about yourself.
The process of addiction, whether it is drugs, alcohol or shopping, is about feeling good, successful, having a sense of achievement, or a “high”, which means that you continue seeking this feeling; fuelling your addiction. This repetitive behaviour will form a habit that becomes an addiction; something you depend on for the “good” feeling. Once established this behavioural pattern is extremely hard to change, especially when it involves substance misuse, as your body becomes just as dependant as your mind.
Dealing with both the physical and psychological aspects of your addiction are vital in achieving successful long term recovery. That is why our drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres offer detox and therapy treatment options.
Side Effects of Addiction
Addiction is damaging to your life, work and relationships and as it develops it will slowly take control of your life. When an addiction is based on substance misuse it can also have more physical as well as psychological impacts on you.
Health implications, such as irreversible liver damage from alcohol abuse, can arise from addiction, which is why it is important that you don’t delay your recovery.
Alongside physical health implications, you can also start to suffer from psychological effects, such as anxiety and depression. This can arise from the breakdown of your social world, as relationships start to break apart and friends and family start to disappear. Addiction can be a very lonely and isolating experience.
At Action Rehab, we have a friendly and supportive team on hand to offer you support every step of the way, including offering aftercare treatment options. Let us help you rebuild your life, relationships and self esteem.
How Can We Help?
With our vast resources and high quality facilities, we can provide personalised treatment options to suit you. All you need to do is .
Our initial phone assessment will help us to find out about you, the length and severity of your addiction and any medical conditions you currently have. All we ask is that you are honest, this will allow us to deliver the best possible advice.
We will be able to offer either inpatient or outpatient treatment options for you, depending on your current addiction. All of our rehab centres in Staffordshire will provide both a detox treatment as well as therapy sessions to help you achieve long term recovery.
The whole process is completely in your control and we will work closely with you to develop your addiction treatment. For inpatient treatment at one of our drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres we will organise an admittance date, whereas for the outpatient treatment programmes we will organise a start date.
It is important not to delay this process, as it can seriously hinder your recovery. All you need to do is give us a free and confidential today and our friendly team will assist you every step of the way.
What Can You Expect from Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Staffordshire?
All of our treatment programmes at drug and alcohol rehab in Staffordshire are completely personalised, to give you the best possible care. However, there are specified steps that will be taken with every patient.
Treatment programmes will start with a detox. This can be a challenging step, as detox aims to completely rid your body of the substance you have been misusing. It can also be extremely dangerous, due to the withdrawal symptoms, which is why detox, at our rehab centres in Staffordshire, are always conducted under medical supervision. Withdrawal symptoms will be completely dependant on your length and severity of addiction, which is why our medical professionals work closely with you to ensure your levels of consumption are reduced slowly.
Therapy will also form an important part of your treatment programme. Understanding your addiction and your own personal triggers are vital for achieving long term recovery and the therapy at our rehab centres aim to give you back control over your life and future.
The therapy available includes; cognitive behavioural therapy, individual therapy, group therapy and often motivational sessions. You will be prescribed a personalised therapy treatment programme that will complement your recovery process.
Before you leave your rehab clinic, you will be provided with a relapse prevention plan to help stay sober at home.
Your drug or alcohol rehab in Staffordshire will be completely personalised and we will offer aftercare, in the form of support groups and further therapy after your successful completion of rehab.
How To Start Your Journey to Recovery
Accepting that you have a problem is often the hardest step to take. Once you have accepted your addiction and are ready to talk we have a supportive and friendly team on hand for you to talk to and discuss your treatment options for rehab in Staffordshire.
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