Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Wolverhampton
Each year, hundreds of lives in Wolverhampton are lost due to long term drug and alcohol addiction. Many of these deaths may have been avoidable if the earlier intervention was sought. Unfortunately, many people living in Wolverhampton will choose not to seek out addiction treatment, perhaps due to denial or due to the stigma that’s attached to addiction.
ADT Healthcare has made it its mission to assist people in Wolverhampton seek out affordable and highly suitable drug and alcohol rehab treatment. Going to rehab is perhaps the best decision you will make this year. However, in Wolverhampton, there exist many treatment providers, and there is ever risk you could become overwhelmed by the sheer number of options presented to you. To ensure you select a highly suitable drug or alcohol rehab clinic in Wolverhampton, contact us today.
Our helpline is free. This means you do not pay a penny for our services. All our call handlers are themselves living their lives in recovery. This means we understand exactly what you are going through whilst you seek out professional addiction treatment in Wolverhampton.
ADT Healthcare works with more than 150 treatment providers in the area, and we utilise a unique process when it comes to matching up your needs to the most suited clinics. We understand that undergoing this process without our assistance is often overwhelming, so we aim to ease the process of locating suitable addiction treatment in Wolverhampton.
Do I really need to go to rehab in Wolverhampton?
To answer this question accurately, you will need to contact us today on 0800 088 66 86 so we may carry out our free telephone assessment. If you are addicted to a physically addictive drug such as alcohol or hard drugs, you will probably require the services of an inpatient rehab clinic. Why? Because undergoing a detox will cause you to experience withdrawal symptoms.
Some of these withdrawal symptoms are potentially fatal. When you undertake a detox from residential rehab, potentially fatal withdrawal symptoms are reduced using prescription medications. These medications are not available when you undertake a detox from home.
Another compelling reason to attend a drug or alcohol rehab in Wolverhampton is due to the intensity of therapy you will receive. Whilst a medically assisted detox aims to tackle the physical aspects of drug and alcohol addiction, therapy treats the emotional causes of addiction.
Drug and alcohol rehabs in Wolverhampton utilise modern therapy techniques such as cognitive behavioural therapy and psychotherapy. You will also take part in educational workshops and 12-step meetings. Therapy consists of group and individual therapy sessions. Group therapy ensures you and your peers learn from one another, whilst individual therapy ensures you can discuss issues you may feel unease to disclose in front of your peers.
Many of these inpatient rehabs are run by private organisations. Others are council and NHS funded. Some are also charity-run. Generally, many people will benefit from seeking out private fee-paying treatment. This is largely due to the lengthy waiting lists that apply to NHS and council-funded treatment.
An alternative to residential rehab is to attend therapy sessions on an outpatient basis. This form of treatment is less intensive, and outpatient treatment is unarguably only recommendable where you are addicted to a non-physically addictive substance such as cannabis. If you are addictive to a physically addicted substance such as alcohol, you will be better served by a residential rehab due to the potentially fatal withdrawal symptoms you will experience when you attempt to detox.
All residential rehab clinics we recommend employ a multi-disciplinary team of psychiatrists, doctors, nurses and addiction therapists. Many rehabs also employ key workers who may themselves be in recovery. Many of these people have sustained their own recovery for decades, so they thus serve as a positive role model in giving you the belief that you too can succeed in your own 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 in Wolverhampton and across the West Midlands region. We will be able to offer treatment options that are local to you.