Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Bristol
If you’ve lived with addiction for more than six months, then it’s probably time to admit to your family and yourself that professional help is required. Why not contact ADT Healthcare today for instant access to our drug and alcohol rehab Bristol services.
Our residential rehabilitation clinic in Bristol is the accumulation of a lifetime worth of experience in the professional healthcare sector. Thanks to our staff’s tenacity and hard work, you or your loved one are able to access Europe’s best in professional addiction treatment almost on your doorstep.
The Goals Of Going To Rehab
What is our overall aim? Again, the answer is simple. Our overall aim is to ensure your recovery is lifelong and permanent. To achieve this, we offer an incredibly long aftercare plan. This plan allows you to return to our rehab clinic long after you have completed your programme.
You gain access to weekly aftercare sessions held each and every Saturday for an incredible 12-month period. Here, you will engage in ‘top-up’ therapy sessions designed to ensure the risk of relapse is minimised.
Can you possibly imagine a more secure start to your new life without drugs and alcohol?
Ready to ask for help?
At ADT Healthcare, we offer specialised services tailored to your individual needs. For more information on your rehab options in Bristol, contact us today on 0800 088 66 86.
What To Expect From Our Bristol Rehabs?
We sincerely believe our Bristol rehabilitation services offer you or your loved one the chance of a lifetime. You take part in a number of modern therapies designed to eradicate your addiction once and for all. This includes highly effective CBT, psychotherapy, holistic therapy, and mindfulness.
This treatment is offered in a luxury setting and offered at the lowest possible prices. We urge you to look into the future and imagine your pleasure when drugs and alcohol are eliminated from your life. Is this something that’s worth considering?
When you attend our Bristol rehab clinic, you are deciding to change your life for the better. You will forge a definitive goal in your mind to take back your life from the jaws of your addiction. In one year’s time, we guarantee you will not imagine picking up drugs or alcohol. Thanks to our modern treatments, you will have gained lifetime adversity to even the thought of consuming drugs or alcohol.
How do we develop this adversity? The answer is simple. By utilising avoidance and substitution strategies, we teach you a way to live your life without substance abuse. This ensures the ‘void’ created by the lack of drugs and alcohol is filled.
Benefits Of Going To Rehab
If you are looking to recover from alcohol addiction, one of the most successful options is to attend a rehab facility. Not only will you be provided with a safe environment to help you in your recovery but you will also be supported by well-trained staff.
With medically trained staff on hand 24/7, you can be confident that your needs will always be addressed and your health made a priority. When detoxing from alcohol, you may experience some very unpleasant side effects and these can be better managed through a rehab program.
In addition to this, the structure and routine of the programme will provide you with the stability you need to aid your recovery. Whilst taking part in a rehab programme you will also benefit from support with both physical and psychological issues relating to your addiction, all of which will be delivered in comfortable surroundings.
What Is The Admissions Process For Rehab In Bristol?
When attending an alcohol rehab in Bristol, you may find yourself anxious about the admissions process, but it is important to keep in mind that the admission process has been specifically designed to limit stress and be as relaxed as possible.
Before you are admitted, one of the trained members of staff will speak with you and make an assessment of your personal needs. Each patient will have different requirements and a doctor will perform a medical on you to determine what these are. You will also be prescribed any relevant medication at this point.
Once you arrive at the facility, you will undergo a medical examination by a highly trained and professional doctor. A detox plan will then be made. This may be an anxious time but you can rest assured that your health will remain the top priority throughout the process and your detox will be monitored at all times so that any health concerns can be quickly addressed,
Our Bristol rehab clinic, unfortunately, is limited to only eleven clients at any one time. This ensures you receive ample one-on-one treatment throughout your stay. However, this invariable means you may expect to wait in order to gain access to our Bristol centre.
Since the treatment, we offer in Bristol surpasses expectations, the programme is extremely sought after. People travel from all corners of the United Kingdom to attend our Bristol rehab clinic, so spaces are scare. To secure your spot, we urge you to sign up and pay a small deposit before it’s too late.
What Are My Rehab Options?
The most favoured type of alcohol detox is an inpatient service, this is intense yet extremely effective. However, this may not be suitable for everyone so there are options to choose from. Below we have listed your rehab options:
Inpatient treatment is intense and detailed and can last anywhere between four and twelve weeks depending on your personal needs.
This type of treatment is not usually offered on the NHS so it is normally taken with a private clinic.
Whilst taking part in an inpatient program you can expect to take a detox, have access to rehab therapy, and a range of aftercare options.
The NHS may offer a variety of outpatient programs for those struggling with alcohol addiction and during the process, you will visit one of their facilities to receive support.
Whilst going through the detox portion of the treatment, you will be seen daily but after this, your treatment will be less frequent and will make use of community support groups and charity groups.
Whilst taking part in an outpatient program, your doctor will prescribe any necessary medication to help you through the process.
Detox is the process through which you rid your body of alcohol and break your tolerance of the substance. This is done by not taking any more alcohol and allowing your body to go through withdrawal.
The good news is that for the most part, medication is offered as a way of limiting the effects of withdrawal making it much easier to cope with.
That being said, there are options to undergo a non-medical detox but it is important that this is supervised.
Once your detox is complete, it is then important to address the psychological aspect of your addiction - the reason why you may have become addicted to begin with.
As well as gaining an understanding of this, you will also be given the opportunity to learn techniques to cope in the future, this means that relapse is much less likely.
Understanding Withdrawal In Rehab
As you detox from alcohol, you will experience some withdrawal symptoms, these can vary in intensity from person to person and it is possible to treat them medically.
When the alcohol levels in the blood drop after prolonged use, the body is physically and psychologically affected, this is what we know as withdrawal. There are only two ways to stop withdrawal – drink more alcohol or allow the body to go through the process.
When attending rehab, the staff will always ensure that you get through the withdrawal stage as comfortably as possible and will always be on hand to offer support.
Some of the symptoms you can expect to experience may be trouble sleeping, increased heart rate, sweating, shaking, headache, nausea, and anxiety. But it is important to remember that these will pass.
Benefits Of A Medically-Assisted Alcohol Detox
The most notable benefit of taking a medically assisted alcohol detox is that you will always have easy access to treatment and support, especially in the case of an emergency. When detoxing from alcohol, there are many risks to your health including potential death but with a medically assisted detox, these risks are significantly lowered.
In addition to this, you will be prescribed a variety of medications to help you through this difficult time this will include those to help with withdrawal as well as those for underlying medical conditions.
What Is The Rehab Process?
When entering into rehab, you will go through four different phases. Each of these phases is equally important and going through them will ensure that relapse becomes highly unlikely. Let’s take a closer look at what to expect from each of these phases.
The first phase involved your initial assessment and admission to the rehab facility. You will be given a medical examination both in a physical and psychological sense and prescribed any medication deemed necessary.
You will also be asked questions about your life including details about your addiction if there is a family history of substance, any health conditions, and any financial issues.
This portion of your treatment is designed to rid your body of all traces of alcohol. You can expect to experience withdrawal symptoms at this time but medication will be available to help you better deal with this.
You will now take part in a variety of treatments and therapies designed to maintain sobriety. Depending on your personal circumstances this can be done either as an inpatient or an outpatient.
4. Recovery and aftercare
The final stage of treatment comes in the form of aftercare, which you will have access to indefinitely after rehab in the form of community support groups, regular check-ups, and the 12-step program.
What Does A Typical Day In Rehab Look Like?
Entering into a rehab facility can be overwhelming but understanding what to expect on a day in rehab can ease your anxiety. Each morning you will be expected to get up and ready for the day, you will also be provided with a nutritious breakfast.
You may also be offered access to activities such as yoga and group sessions. The idea of mornings in rehab is to create a relaxed and calm environment, ready for the more intensive afternoon activities.
After eating a healthy midday meal, you will then begin various therapies, these may include CBT, group therapy, and individual talking therapies. You may also have access to various family therapies and this can go a long way in allowing your family and loved ones to support you through this time.
During the afternoon, you will also have some free time to do the things you enjoy such as sports, swimming or reading.
After your evening meal, there will normally be another group meeting that focuses on the 12-step program, after this, you will be encouraged to sleep at a healthy time in order to re-establish a routine.
How Long Does Rehab Last In Bristol?
Alcohol rehab in Bristol begins at a recommended six weeks however the duration of your personal programme may vary according to your needs. A 28-day rehab programme will provide the best benefit for you. Research has also shown that this time frame makes people four times less likely to relapse.
If time is an issue, there are instances in which a 14-day programme can be undertaken, although this is the absolute minimum recommended time.
The duration of your rehab stay will depend on your individual circumstances. We will discuss the length of your programme with you after your initial assessment, and our medical staff will explain to you the benefits of longer programmes.
How Much Does Rehab Cost In Bristol And Why?
There are NHS services that can be accessed to aid in alcohol addiction recovery. However, taking part in a residential rehab programme will not be covered by this.
In Bristol, you can expect to pay around £4000 for a standard 28-day rehab program. This works out at around £1000 per week. That being said, there are facilities that will charge much more than this. This depends on your personal needs and how long you remain in rehab for, it will have a bearing on the cost.
It may seem like a lot of money, but your health is priceless and it might help to understand why the cost of rehab is so high. Some of the things that are covered by your payment are as follows:
- Food and drinks
- Trained staff such as therapists, chefs, and medical staff
- Utility costs of running the building
- Insurance and government costs
- Cost of medication
- Maintenance of the facility
Visiting Our Bristol Rehab Facilities
This offer is limited and somewhat of a rarity in the professional rehabilitation clinic. However, we’ve decided to offer you this feedback to ensure you are 100% satisfied with our services before you invest a penny with us.
When you view our rehab centre, we don’t ask you to decide on the spot whether or not to attend for the full and paid programme. All we want is for you to view our revolutionary therapies in person and examine the programme at our expense.
You will see for yourself how we’ve helped thousands of people in Bristol overcome their dependency on drugs and alcohol. We are utterly confident this free and no-risk experience will convince you to attend our comprehensive programme and thus seal your commitment to defeating your addiction once and for all.
How To Help A Loved One To Rehab
It can be difficult for a person struggling with addiction to admit that they need help, or they may simply feel anxious about attending a rehab program. But there are ways in which you can make the process easier on them.
Taking an empathetic approach can be much more effective than coming from an opposing point of view, try to gain an understanding of how the person is feeling and ask questions, allowing them to feel in control.
Those struggling with addiction often struggle also with boundaries and so setting healthy boundaries from the get-go can be very important. In addition to this, allowing the person to take responsibility for their actions and be held accountable may encourage them to see that there is a problem.
If you are struggling to help your loved one understand that they need help it is not unreasonable to call for back up. Whether this is simply getting someone else to talk to them or staging an intervention, this can reinforce what you are saying.
What Happens After Rehab?
Once your rehab is complete, the support does not simply end. You will be offered a variety of aftercare options to ensure that you remain sober.
- Individual therapy will allow you to access support from a trained therapist who can provide you with the tools to stay on the right path. This might involve things like cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and talking therapy
- Checkups will ensure that you remain in good health and will give you a chance to talk through any concerns you may have. At these assessments, both your physical and mental health will be observed
- 12-step programs offer patients the opportunity to work through their issues by admitting that they have an issue and can also involve a spiritual aspect
- Alternative support groups give you the chance to meet other people with similar problems and access support within the community. You might also access a support group that is tailored to certain aspects of your life such as one within the LGBTQ+ community. These can feel more personal