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Alcohol rehab centres Blackpool are designed to treat anyone who has problems with excessive drinking. Even those who don’t consider their drinking problem to be “severe” can still benefit from the services offered by a treatment centre in Blackpool.
One common misconception about alcohol rehabs is that they’re reserved primarily for patients who are hopelessly addicted to alcohol. However, rehabs offer services to anyone who struggles with alcohol addiction.
Alcohol has ingrained itself within English culture. Whether it’s an office get together, birthday party, or simply a meet up with a few pals down at the local pub, it is often present.
It doesn’t take much for a recovering alcoholic to experience a relapse. It just takes one trigger to cause an individual to give in to their craving and begin drinking once more.
Addiction rehab centres in Blackpool provide a safe and sterile environment where a patient can escape from the pressures of the outside world and undergo a detox process where their bodies slowly purge all impurities from their systems.
This can be an uncomfortable process due to severe side effects. Addiction centres have fully trained staff members on hand who can offer patients medical services to treat their side effects and make their stay more comfortable.
Simply put, it can be dangerous to undergo alcohol detox without a medical staff on hand to keep withdrawal symptoms under control. Furthermore, there are just too many triggers in the outside world that can send a recovering alcoholic spiralling back down into the depths of alcohol abuse.
Sometimes a trigger can be as simple as seeing an old drinking buddies face. Treatment centres ensure all triggers are eliminated and that the patient does not have access to drugs.
There are two major types of rehab Blackpool, residential rehab and outpatient rehab.
Residential rehab is the type of rehab where the patient takes part in treatment during the day, and also receives treatment and counselling sessions in the evening. Residential rehab in Blackpool generally takes place throughout 28 days which is the minimum recommended time to get started on your recovery from alcohol dependence. With a rehab outpatient programme, the patient would attend the facility or clinic in Blackpool on a daily, weekly or monthly basis for a period of weeks or months depending on both the patient’s needs and availability.
The most important aspect of residential rehab is the’ round the clock’ professional supervision available. This will include:
Alcohol can be just as damaging and addictive as some of the harder drugs out there, such as cocaine and heroin. Alcohol distorts the mind and disrupts the user’s ability to use reason. Furthermore, alcohol becomes a top priority for many alcoholics. Eventually, finances and relationships are ruined as addicts make poor decisions in favour of acquiring and consuming more and more alcohol.
If you or a loved one struggle with alcohol addiction, we’re here to help. We’re merely a phone call away. Blackpool has many alcohol rehab centres that are staffed by professionals who will ensure you’re provided with a medically sound environment as you undergo detox and overcome your addiction.
Rehab Guide is able to recommend rehab treatment across Lancashire in Blackpool, Leyland, Ormskirk, Lytham St Anne’s, Morecambe, Skelmersdale, Chorley and Barrow-in-Furness.
Victoria Church (opp St Kentigens), 42a Newton Drive
Christ Church with All Saints, Palatine Rd.
Postcode: FY1 4B
Spencer Court Community Centre, Spencer Court, off Talbot Rd.
Postcode: FY1 3TW
Spencer Court Community Centre, Spencer Court
Postcode: FY1 3TW
Mulberry Community Project, 32 Clifton St (above Amplifon Hearing Centre).
Postcode: FY1 1JP
Pope Paul Centre, opp St John Vianney RC Church, Glastonbury Ave
Postcode: FY1 6RD
Disclaimer: All times and venues were accurate at the point of publication. For a full list of meetings and address details, please check http://www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk.