WE HAVE FOUND MULTIPLE REHABS IN CLWYD

Clwyd Rehabs

Addiction Helper Rehab LIVESEARCH shows every Alcohol and Drug Rehab centre in clwyd and provides a complete overview of each facility including reviews from previous treatment centre residents.

Clwyd is a preserved county of Wales named after the river that runs through much of the region. It is the River Clwyd that is responsible for the rich agricultural land and beautiful countryside Clwyd is known for. Yet with all the positive things that the region has to offer, substance abuse and addiction are ever-present.

Addiction is a very personal problem that does not discriminate. That is why Addiction Helper is committed to providing our free and confidential services throughout the UK. If you are living in Clwyd, our services are available to you as well. We can help you locate and access a drug or alcohol treatment programme in your area. We work with private clinics, charities, professional counsellors and other service providers to help those in need.

You Are Important to Us

Most of our clients are individuals who have come to terms with the fact that they have a drug or alcohol problem. Some are in the early stages of substance abuse while others are suffering from full-blown addiction. The good news is that we have treatment programmes suitable for nearly any circumstance. We only need an opportunity to speak with you to determine how you would be best served. We offer treatment programmes for:

  • alcohol misuse and dependence
  • illicit drugs such as cannabis, heroin, and cocaine
  • prescription drugs such as painkillers and sleeping pills
  • over-the-counter medications
  • ‘legal high’ substances
  • household solvents and chemicals.

Some of the treatment centres we work with offer additional services for compulsive behaviours (like gambling or sex) and dual diagnosis scenarios. A dual diagnosis involves the combination of a substance addiction and a lingering mental illness. Heroin use and a bipolar diagnosis would be one example.

In addition to substance abusers and addicts, we also help their family members. Some of the people who call us are exasperated from trying to protect their families while living with an addict. We come alongside to help them find counselling and other support. Whether you are an addict or a family member, we can help.

Residential Treatment

You or your loved one may be a candidate for outpatient treatment if a substance abuse problem is not too severe. Outpatient treatment is routinely provided by the NHS, local charities, and support groups. Having said that, we usually recommend residential treatment as the preferred course of action. It has been our experience that residential treatment is more effective in treating mild to severe addiction.

Here is what you need to know about residential treatment:

  • Treatment Length – The length of treatment at a residential facility varies from one clinic to the next. The shortest of programmes can be finished in about three weeks; longer programmes can take up to 12 weeks. We can help you find treatment with a length appropriate to your circumstances
  • Treatment Methods – Most of the private clinics in the UK base treatments on the 12-step method devised by Alcoholics Anonymous in the 1930s. They enhance 12-step work with a combination of additional treatments that can include things such as cognitive behavioural therapy, exercise therapy, art or music therapy, etc. There are dozens of treatments that can be employed.
  • Treatment Cost – Clients must pay for residential treatment as opposed to the free treatment offered by the NHS. There are multiple levels of residential clinics – from basic, no-frills clinics to top-of-the-line luxury clinics. Please note that a way can be found to pay for your treatment. Clinics usually accept private health insurance, credit cards, and cash.
  • Aftercare – An essential component of residential treatment is the aftercare that follows. Aftercare is a collection of continuing services that provide support to prevent relapse. Statistics show that recovering addicts who receive adequate aftercare are significantly less likely to suffer relapse after one year.

You may have more questions about residential treatment we have not answered here. If so, it is yet another reason for you to contact Addiction Helper today. We have all the information you need to understand exactly how residential treatment works.

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Common Treatment Methods

We frequently hear from clients who are terrified of treatment because they do not know what it entails. That is understandable. Below is information regarding some of the most common treatment methods used today. It is our hope that offering you this information will help to alleviate your fears.

  • Medicated Detox – Detox is a necessary part of overcoming addiction. It cannot be avoided. However, medical science has come a long way in producing prescription medications that can significantly reduce the effects of withdrawal. The private rehab clinics we work with utilise medicated detox where applicable.
  • 12-Step Work – The 12-step philosophy is one that combines the idea of personal responsibility with the mutual support and accountability of the group setting. It includes group counselling, shared activities and accountability that comes from owning one’s addiction problems.
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) – CBT is a therapy that was originally developed to help people struggling with certain kinds of debilitating mental illnesses. Yet researchers soon discovered it was equally effective in treating addiction. CBT is a goal-oriented counselling therapy that helps recovering addicts identify where they have trouble and come up with solutions to avoid that problem in the future.
  • Meditation Therapy – Meditation therapy has proved effective for some recovering addicts who find it difficult to maintain a relaxed state in the midst of difficult recovery. Effective meditation can help the individual refocus energies on positive things rather than reliving the past.

As you can see from this list, there is nothing to be afraid of when it comes to drug or alcohol treatment. The thing is, most of us are afraid of what we do not know. Addiction Helper is here to provide you with all of the information you need so that you do not have to face rehab in fear.

What You Can Expect

When you call Addiction Helper, one of our counsellors will provide a listening ear and answers to your questions. We can also offer you a free evaluation to help determine how severe your substance abuse or addiction problem is. We will then follow up with a list of treatment options for you to choose from. We can even help you make admission arrangements if necessary.

Upon arrival at the treatment facility, you will be evaluated by medical staff to determine your overall health. A bespoke treatment plan will then be devised by your doctors, therapists, and counsellors. That plan will be implemented and adjusted as necessary during your treatment term.

The conclusion of treatment will result in the rehab centre helping to reintegrate you back into normal life. This may include family counselling and arrangement of aftercare services. Provided all goes as planned, calling Addiction Helper today means you could be just 90 days away from an addiction-free life. How does that sound?

Clwyd is truly a lovely place to live. Why not make the most of your life thereby making the choice to undergo treatment for drugs or alcohol. The sooner you make a change, the sooner you will be able to enjoy your family, your friends and all Clwyd has to offer.