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Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Surrey

If you suffer from an addiction to either drugs or alcohol, it is likely you will benefit from what follows. ADT Healthcare is a free helpline. We offer free advice for people seeking addiction treatment. When you contact ADT Healthcare, we offer a telephone assessment. We offer this assessment because it allows us to tailor treatment options to your needs.

Many people suffering from drug or alcohol addiction in Surrey will benefit from rehab services. Some rehab clinics are run by local authorities, whilst others are fee paying and private entities. Many statutory providers offer outpatient rehab services. Outpatient rehab means you will return home following an action-packed day of therapy sessions. In contrast, all fee-paying rehabs in Surrey offer a full residential service. Residential rehab means you will not return home until your rehab programme has concluded. A typical rehab programme is run over 4-6 weeks.

The dangers of not seeking drug and alcohol addiction treatment

Addiction is essentially a progressive disorder. This means your addiction is unlikely to fade away on its own without professional help. If your addiction to drugs or alcohol is left unchecked, you risk developing a range of mental and physical health problems. To ensure your addiction is treated from a physical and a psychological perspective, consider entering a drug and alcohol rehab in Surrey today.

ADT Healthcare will explain your treatment options, and we will help you select a treatment provider that’s well matched to your needs.

What happens when I enter a Surrey drug and alcohol rehab centre?

Upon admission into a drug or alcohol rehab in Surrey, you must undertake a medical examination. If you are addicted to a physically addictive substance such as alcohol, you will begin to suffer from withdrawal symptoms when you attempt to detoxify. Many of these withdrawal symptoms are potentially fatal. For this reason, we do not recommend you undertake a home detox. Given the potential to suffer from fatal or near-fatal withdrawal symptoms, we insist on only recommending residential rehab options when we feel a medically assisted detox is necessary.

To ensure your withdrawal symptoms are sufficiently treated, you will be prescribed medication that’s specifically designed for this purpose during your detox. To be prescribed with this medication, you will be assessed by a consultant psychiatrist. This psychiatrist specialises in treating people who are experiencing addiction and a range of other mental health disorders that commonly co-occur with addiction.

During your drug or alcohol detox at a Surrey rehab centre, you will benefit from round-the-clock medical observation. You will also receive support from your peers who may have completed their own detox shortly before you began your own. Also, many of the rehab centre’s staff are living their lives in recovery, so they will be highly sympathetic to your feelings whilst you undergo a detox programme.

Is going to rehab just about detoxing?

Living your life in recovery is not just about stopping drinking or taking drugs. In fact, many people agree that the detox is perhaps the easiest part of undertaking a rehab programme. Facing up to and defeating your emotional demons is unquestionably the most difficult and trying component when it comes to completing your rehab programme.

Fortunately, all drug and alcohol rehab clinics in Surrey we recommend employ gifted therapists. These therapists apply many proven techniques that ease the process of overcoming mental issues that fuel your addiction. These therapy techniques include modern psychotherapy, cognitive behavioural therapy and relapse prevention planning. Together, therapy arms you with the toolset you require to embrace positive change in your life.

What are the different types of addiction treatment?

In Surrey, there exists many different types of addiction treatment. This includes residential rehab, outpatient treatment and one-to-one counselling. If your addiction is sufficiently advanced, we typically recommend residential treatment. However, some of our callers may be better served by attending an outpatient treatment provider. When you have completed our free telephone assessment, it will become much clearer in terms of which addiction treatment is most suited to your needs.

Residential rehab treatment is particularly advantageous due to the sheer intensity of therapy and superior level of care you will receive. During a typical 28-day rehab programme, you will clock up hundreds of hours’ worth of therapy sessions. Furthermore, you will be exposed to therapeutic settings 24 hours a day when you attend a residential rehab. This positive environment allows your recovery to get the best possible start.

How long does rehab last for in Surrey?

The recommended duration for rehab will be determined upon the completion of your telephone assessment when you contact us on 0800 088 66 86. We take into consideration your personal circumstances, as well as the nature and severity of your addiction.

Many people choose to remain within a rehab centre for around 28 days, although some may require up to 90 days within a rehab centre. At the other end of the spectrum, you may opt to undertake a 10-14-day detox, although this is rarely recommendable because such a short amount of time will not allow you to fully rehabilitate.

For therapy sessions to impact the psychological causes of addiction, you will need to invest enough time in rehab to allow you to examine these psychological causes. Doing so will allow you to understand why you are turning to drink and drugs to solve your emotional issues. You will also learn many relapse prevention and mood management techniques. This information allows you to strengthen your recovery. During this process, qualified therapists will guide you so that you are able to make lasting progress in your recovery.

How can I find out more?

To speak to an advisor at ADT Healthcare, contact us today on 0800 088 66 86. At ADT Healthcare, we advise on addiction rehabilitation clinics across the Surrey region. We will be able to offer treatment options that are local to you.

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