Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Lancashire - Rehab Guide UK

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Lancashire

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Lancashire

We have many rehab centres in Lancashire

The Rehab in Lancashire is ideal for those looking for a quiet and comfortable place to recover and move on from a life of drug and alcohol addiction. This rehab is small and offers a very personal service in a secluded part of the country. Addiction treatment is bespoke, and a robust, holistic and activity program is available. Rehab is a long journey, but you can spend it in comfort and feel at home in the Lancashire rehab. This is a seaside area with ample space for recreation as well as rest. There are also excellent transport links and accommodation from visits from friends and family.

What are the stages of rehab?

Alcohol rehab in Lancashire offers a supportive detox to start your stay. You can feel safe and secure that 24-hour staff supervision will keep you healthy and comfortable during this challenging time. The clinic’s detox doctor will manage your withdrawal, and a prescription will ease the symptoms and speed up your rehabilitation. It is also safer than ‘cold turkey’ and far more successful than ‘cutting down’. The specific mediation that you receive will depend on what you are addicted to. Some treatments work for drugs but not alcohol addiction and vice versa. Common medications across the board are antidepressants, antacids and beneficial vitamins.

When you have cast off the chemical addiction, you will feel ready for the next stage of rehab, recovery. This stage will take a few weeks more in the rehab and continue for the rest of your life. You will find in meetings and addiction circles people refer to themselves as being ‘in recovery. This means that they have chosen to leave their addiction behind and embrace abstinence long-term. To make this step, you will start with therapy in groups and individually. Rehab Counsellors will give you private sessions to discuss what you do not want to share and offer dual diagnoses of any mental health disorders they feel might contribute to your addiction.

Rehab finishes with your post-rehab plan and aftercare. You will develop a strategy with your counsellor to find the support and help you need outside of rehab. Role plays with group members will give you an insight into how to deal with triggering situations and stress. The staff will also help you choose and contact a local group to attend meetings and get support from other people with an addiction. The year of free aftercare with the Lancashire rehab means you can call and connect with your counsellors or join group therapy.

How much does rehab cost?

Rehab in a residential centre in Lancashire is nearly always private. The N.H.S. does have a few rehab facilities, but these are spread thin, meaning most people are treated as an outpatient. Because of the abstinent surroundings, inpatient rehab is the most successful. Most choose this option if they can afford it. Rehabs vary in size, location, and accommodation, such as private rooms or sharing. Treatment will be of the highest quality in any rehab our staff recommend. We don’t believe in compromise in this area. In Lancashire, you can expect to pay around £2000 per week for a budget rehab, £5000 for a midrange and over £10,000 for luxury rehab. There are many ways to make paying for rehab more manageable. You can ask friends and family for a contribution or loan; even if they cannot help directly, they may be able to help with childcare, transport and other costly factors. Employers sometimes offer help with rehab as part of a benefits package; they may also provide paid leave and keep your job for you while you are in rehab. Health insurance, if you have it, may also cover part or all the cost.

Free Rehab

If you cannot find the funding for rehab, it is still crucial that you seek help to stop drinking or taking drugs. Reaching out to a G.P. for outpatient rehab is the first step. They will be able to give you a prescription for a home detox and refer you to local support groups. Organisations that offer help to those with addiction in the community are listed below. Rehab assistance varies from group meetings, counselling, and a complete treatment program. 

Red Rose Recovery St.Wilfrid’s Building, Fox Street, Preston, Lancashire PR1 2AB 01772 821440

A voluntary group set up and funded by the council, Red Rose helps with outpatient rehab programs and meetings for those in recovery. They also provide workshops and activities in an abstinent setting.

The Well  27 Regent Park Ave, Morecambe, Lancashire, LA3 1AT 01524 415919

The Well is a charity group for rehab in the community. They provide daytime courses and therapy for those dealing with an addiction to alcohol or drugs. The group also offers abstinent activities and sports and hobby clubs.

What is the success rate of rehab?

Rehab provides the tools and space needed to overcome an addiction. Considering the time and money involved, it is no surprise that many want to know how likely long-term recovery is. The latest statistics show that alcohol addiction has a recovery rate between 30 and 40 %, although a further 20% of people showed significant improvement if not total abstinence. Rehab for drug addiction has a higher rate of recuperation between 60-70% or more. Evidence shows that cocaine and opiates have the best rate of continued abstinence.

Rehab Admissions in Lancashire

Rehab is a hugely important decision in your life and choosing the right place for your recovery is just as vital. Our experts can help you with an overview of the rehab available in Lancashire and the wider U.K. Depending on your priorities, we can assist in choosing a rehab that is within your budget and has the right treatment plan for you. If you or a loved one need rehab, please call us on 02072052845 for guidance and counselling. We can also provide advice on how to convince a loved one to enter rehab.

 

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