Drug and Alcohol Rehab Birmingham
ADT Healthcare offers a free confidential helpline for people suffering from drug and alcohol addiction. This service is ideal for people based in and around Birmingham and the greater West Midlands area because we partner with many private rehab providers in this area. You can thus be assured we shall locate a rehab provider in your area that’s best suited to helping you through your issues with substance misuse. The service we provide is free and available today. All you must do is contact our helpline free on 0800 088 66 86.
Accepting you need help
Admitting you suffer from an addiction to drugs or alcohol is difficult. Even if you’ve received treatment in the past, the realisation you may require more treatment is equally difficult to accept because you may believe this infers your previous attempts to ‘get clean and sober’ were a failure. This sort of negative thinking will not help you in pursuit of your long term abstinence goal.
The reality is that some people will develop an addiction to drugs or alcohol, and you are certainly not alone in this regard since around two million people in the United Kingdom are thought to be affected by some form of addiction.
It’s thus key that your ‘get over’ you reluctance to admit you have a problem with drugs or alcohol. Admitting you have a problem is the first step along your journey into a drug and alcohol-free future.
Getting the help you need
When you attend a Birmingham rehab clinic, you will receive all the help and support you will require through this potentially testing time. The rehab clinics we work with in Birmingham offer you a rehab experience in a comfortable, calming and highly stable environment. Staff at these rehab clinics include doctors, recovery therapists, support workers and holistic therapists. These professionals work together to ensure your detoxification and rehabilitation programme is a success.
When you attend a Birmingham drug and alcohol rehab clinic, you will benefit from many proven therapy techniques. These techniques include psychotherapy, 12-step work and cognitive behavioural therapy. These therapy techniques aim to alter your thoughts and beliefs so you are able to live your life without the need to resort to drug and alcohol consumption.
At ADT Healthcare, we believe addiction is essentially a symptom and not the cause of your problems. The primary cause of your problems is your underlying thoughts. Thus, if therapy is able to alter your thoughts, it’s also capable of altering negative behaviours such as addiction.
Treating the emotional causes of addiction
The treatment on offer in Birmingham assumes everyone is capable of changing old habits and developing new, healthier ways. If you have suffered from addiction for many years, you may be sceptical of this claim. However, we’ve treated thousands of people for drug and alcohol addiction, and this has led us to believe that truly everyone is capable of defeating addiction for good. When you have completed your own recovery programme, you will now be capable of tackling your issues with addiction. You will also be able to achieve your recovery goals in the long term.
When you attend a Birmingham rehab clinic, you initially receive a full psychiatric assessment. You will be prescribed medication to assist you during your rehab programme. Each day, you will take this medication under the guidance of a doctor or another suitably qualified medical professional. You will also be assigned to a Recovery Coordinator. This person will work closely with you to ensure you meet your goals throughout your stay at a residential rehab clinic. This person will also monitor you once you return home to ensure your recovery goals are being met on an ongoing basis.
Get in touch today
Contact ADT Healthcare today for free help and information on 0800 088 66 86. If you struggle with drug or alcohol addiction, refuse to struggle alone. When you contact ADT Healthcare, we shall conduct a short assessment and you will truly begin to understand how we are able to help. We understand this first step may be difficult for you to take, but we guarantee you will not regret taking it once you begin to experience what life is like without drugs and alcohol.