The alcohol rehab in Hackney is ideally located for those struggling with addiction to make a quick escape and begin their recovery.
From detox to therapy, you will find it easy to rest and relax.
A residence in a central area of Hackney, it was refurbished to help those with an addiction to revive and benefit from a robust treatment program.
You can enjoy all your home comforts inside a temptation-free clinic. It is also easily accessible and provides all the facilities you need to stop taking alcohol or drugs and stay on the right path.
The alcohol rehab in Hackney will begin by helping you safely and comfortably cleanse your body of what you were addicted to.
Effective therapy needs you to have a clear head and be physically well.
“You will receive safe and medications that are designed to heal your body and support you in this time.”
A detox will take around a week to two weeks, depending again on the nature and length of your addiction.
Addiction therapy treatment in rehab is vital to achieving recovery. Some of the benefits of drug counselling include improved self-esteem. Positive coping skills for handling stress. Better coping mechanisms for mental health issues.
When you are clear of the fog of chemical addiction, it is time to think about the psychological factors. Many people use substances to bury mental health issues and past traumas, so the Hackney rehab offers counselling, a 12-step program and CBT (Cognitive Behaviour Therapy).
“This involves exploring your feelings and finding more positive reactions and emotions to focus on.”
This is a very involved therapy where you discuss and work on solutions to your issues with the assistance of a counsellor. The more active and in control you are in your rehabilitation, the more successful you are likely to be.
In alcohol rehab, your body and mind need to be healed together. The better your general well-being, the easier it will be for you to recover mentally. Equally, how happy and relaxed you are will have a knock-on effect on your body. A holistic program will allow you to work on both aspects and lead to a fuller recovery.
Exercise is encouraged as it boosts serotonin levels, which can drop during detox. Being active and participating in hobbies such as art and music therapy also occupies you in a healthy and fulfilling way. Rehab should provide you with ideas and tools to spend time socialising without the need for drugs or alcohol. This improves your mental health and prevents relapses in addiction.
Rehab in Hackney can be inpatient, where you go to a residential clinic or outpatient, where you receive help in the community and stay home or with family or friends.
You will move into the rehab centre with inpatient rehab and stay there throughout your detox and recovery period. Staying in rehab during the detox period is highly recommended for safety and to receive the holistic treatments and therapies available.
“Although it is possible to return home after detox and receive outpatient care, statistics show that living in an abstinent residence reduces the chances of relapse.”
Your doctor may be able to refer you to residential rehab if there is space. It is more common to provide assistance and support in the community, though. Some inpatient facilities are available on the NHS, but most are spaces in private clinics taken by the public healthcare for extreme cases.
At first glance, you might feel that private rehab is out of your budget, but there are several ways to fund your stay you may not have considered.
If you have insurance either with your job or personally, it may provide at least a portion of the costs of private rehab. Expect to top it up as they can cover 50-90%, depending on how comprehensive your plan is.
In our experience, it is often loved ones who are most motivated to get someone into rehab. Your addiction has a profound effect on the lives of those around you. Many may view it as worthwhile to help you pay to get your life back on track. Be sure to establish any conditions and repayment when you agree to this help.
Consider asking someone to help in other ways such as transport to rehab or looking after your home or other commitments while you are away.
Addiction can be costly and leave you in debt if you do not get it under control. Taking out a loan from your bank or mortgage lender for rehab is not ideal, but if the alternative is losing a great deal more to drugs and alcohol, it may be worth it. Be sure you can repay this loan and always borrow from a reputable source such as a bank or registered lender.
Our experts can help you to find a rehab that is suited to most budgets. If you can compromise on details such as location, room sharing and facilities, it is possible to find rehab in the range of £2000-3000 per week in the U.K. At this price, you will get excellent treatment which is the most important part of your stay. We are in rehabilitation and recovery for the long haul.
When paying for inpatient help is impossible, several excellent organisations in the Hackney area can support you. Your G.P. is your first call, though.
They can provide a referral to addiction services in the community and give prescriptions for detox. Listed are some of the best-known outpatient rehab community groups in Hackney. These services are free to access and completely confidential.
Turning Point City and Hackney 102-110 Mare Street, Hackney, London E8 3SG
Phone: 0345 144 0050
Part of Turning point U.K., this group can help with plans and counselling/group sessions.
Young Hackney’s Substance Misuse Service 29 Forest Rd, Hackney London E8 3BY
If you choose free outpatient rehab in Hackney in place of private we highly recommend the following:
If you are looking to enter rehab yourself, you may have some questions about the process.
The exact itinerary will depend on your location, addiction and budgeting constraints, as well as any special needs you might have. Our team of experts can listen to your questions and requirements and recommend a rehab that is right for you.
Several of our staff are intervention specialists and will provide you with everything you need, including talking to the person you feel needs rehab.
Contact us on 020 7205 2845 to discuss your situation and the help you need.
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