The longer that you leave an addiction disorder to thrive without professional recovery support, the worse that your quality of life will get in all areas, be it your relationships with others, your physical and mental health, your financial stability, or your employment prospects.
And, the more addiction takes root, the more alone you can feel in this world.
However, no matter how alone you may feel, or no matter how helpless you feel under the thumb of addiction, Action Rehab’s drug and alcohol rehab in Sutton Coldfield can provide you with the help you need to take back control of your life.
It is your life, and you need to be in control of it, not the endless pursuit of that ephemeral “next fix.” At our drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres, Action Rehab has helped innumerable individuals to conquer their alcohol addiction and/or drug addiction by administering highly effective, evidence-based therapies and treatments for those in need.
Action Rehab will allow you to get better in a safe and controlled atmosphere, where our team of addiction specialists are able to monitor your progress round the clock.
Each and every one of our clients will massively benefit from residential addiction treatment, and therapy programs which are specially tailored in order to suit their specific requirements.
This healthy and safe environment helps massively in ensuring that you can achieve long-term recovery in the most effective and efficient manner.
Why Should You Choose To Recover At A Private Rehab?
When it comes to first looking into drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres, you will most likely met with a daunting variety of addiction treatment options available.
And, while it can potentially get addiction treatment for drug abuse and/or alcohol abuse via the NHS’s services or by employing the assistance of an outpatient addiction service, there are certain factors which mean that neither of these options may be very likely to be effective in helping you to cultivate a successful recovery.
Sadly, due to the fact that the NHS is currently vastly underfunded and overstretched under this current UK government, you will likely be faced with a long waiting list for addiction treatment, which can be detrimental to recovery.
Furthermore, if you choose outpatient addiction treatment services, you will return to your home environment following every therapy session.
Due to this, you will be constantly returning to a familiar environment in which there will be triggers and stressors which can lead you to drug and alcohol abuse, putting you at a much higher risk of relapsing.
At one of our private residential rehabs, you will be able to remove yourself from your current environment and enjoy getting better in a space which is designed for recovery, and where you can completely focus on your recovery.
Additionally, you will also be able to benefit from a luxurious private room, an en-suite bathroom, daily home-cooked meals, housekeeping services, and therapy rooms.
In the past, private rehab has often been thought of as something that only the rich can afford.
However, at Action Rehab we will work with everyone who reaches out to us to work out a treatment plan that is specific to your financial needs as well as your recovery needs.
We want to make sure that everyone has access to the facilities they need to forge the best recovery possible.
Don’t Underestimate The Dangers Of Detoxification
Detoxification — or detox or withdrawal as the process has become more commonly known as — is the bodily process by which any harmful or negative substances are removed from the body, in particular substances that have been ingested or encountered during your addiction.
When you arrive at one of our facilities, you will likely be experiencing, or about to experience, alcohol withdrawal or drug withdrawal.
This process can be very unsettling for an addict, as it can cause certain people to present with unpleasant and dangerous side-effects including the likes of: increased anxiety, insomnia, restlessness, headaches, dizziness, nausea, sweating, muscle aches, and many more.
For some, withdrawal symptoms can be very severe, and due to the random nature of their severity within addicts, we strongly recommend you experience withdrawal with the help of our detox clinic.
At our detox clinic, our highly-trained staff can monitor you throughout this process and can administer medically-assisted detox so that your symptoms can be managed.
Due to the danger that detox can present for some people — particularly so with alcohol withdrawal — we strongly discourage you from trying to simply recover by going cold turkey at home, and instead allow our detox clinic to help you to get through this important recovery stage safely and healthily.
And, once you have done this, you can then start the next stages of recovery.
Our Treatments Will Heal Your Body And Mind!
Personally tailored treatment programs, exemplified by the programs offered by Action Rehab, take into account each of the internal issues that every individual is facing. This means that we can make sure you benefit from a combination of treatments which will provide you with the greatest recovery of all.
The treatment programs that we commonly use involve such treatments as:
- Group Therapy
- One-To-One Therapy
- Stress Management — Including art therapy, exercise, meditation, and much more.
- Dual-Diagnosis Treatment — Particularly beneficial for those suffering from other mental health disorders (such as depression) in conjunction with their substance abuse disorder.
- Family Drug Support
- Relapse Prevention Training
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Furthermore, once you leave one of Action Rehab’s facilities, you will be provided with access to our free aftercare program. This plan includes invaluable resources that are designed to prevent you from relapsing.
Contact Action Rehab today to start taking back control of your life.
Our staff are ready and waiting to make sure that you can start the best recovery journey possible, all you need to do is call us on 0151 268 6992 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.