If you or a loved one are looking for addiction treatment, we understand that the process can be a daunting task with so many different options to consider. Here at Addiction Helper, we have created a collection of the best treatment services throughout the UK to help with your decision. In addition, we can also provide you with the right programme for ongoing support after rehab and primary care for your ongoing recovery.

Which Treatment Option Is Right For Me?

Depending on the severity of your addiction and any financial commitments you may have, inpatient rehabilitation may be the best solution if you’re looking for a holistic, integrated programme. At a residential rehab clinic, you will receive 24/7 care in a safe environment, away from any triggers and temptations. When it comes to outpatient treatment, it is an excellent option if you are during a busy period of your year (final exams, auditing) or due to any other reason which may ask from you to be elsewhere on a regular basis.

Where appropriate, you will receive a medically supervised detox and will undertake therapy to help you understand the root cause of your addiction. As part of treatment, you will be able to learn long-term coping mechanisms to avoid relapse.

Should I Seek Private Treatment in My Local County?

If you do decide that private rehabilitation is the best option for you or a loved one, finding the nearest rehab clinic is not necessarily the best option because:

  • Different rehab clinics offer different levels of care. Before making a decision check a number of rehab centres for treatment options, facilities and aftercare programmes. If your specific needs are not covered in your area, you should look further from home.
  • Being away from any triggers (people, places and situations) could help with recovery and provide a fresh start that one deserves.

However, choosing a local residential clinic has its obvious benefits:

  • Travel to and from the clinic is easier when going through an outpatient programme.
  • Your family can visit more often and they won’t feel pressured.
  • You will spend your treatment days within a familiar environment, guaranteeing you less stress and causes for anxiety regarding transfers.

How Much Would Addiction Treatment Cost?

There are plenty of free NHS services that provide exceptional support for those struggling with addiction. Working alongside private addiction counsellors and support groups (Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous), you can rediscover sobriety and freedom.

If, however, you need urgent admission, it may be better to think about private rehab options where the admission process is much more simple and the waiting time is shorter. Most of the clinics we work with can take you or your loved one as soon as tomorrow. While prices at private clinics may seem higher, keep in mind many can be paid through your already existing private insurance.

Confidential Advice and Support

Your health and that of your loved ones is what matters. Getting better is not an easy process and asks for devotion and teamwork. Regardless of religion, race, and social status, we strive to help everyone who comes to us. This is why we want to talk with you about the possibilities of healing and improving your overall life to a stage that both you and your family can feel free from the demons of addiction.

Call us now on 0800 024 1476, and one of our experienced addiction counselors will give you completely confidential advice.