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Alcohol & Drug Rehab in Devon

Accessing addiction rehab will mean that you will no longer be facing your addiction alone. Experts agree that attending residential rehab is the most effective way to treat addiction. The staff at our drug and alcohol rehabs in the Devon area are committed to providing a supportive and safe environment in which you can recover.

What Do Devon Rehabs Offer?

Rehab programmes offer a comprehensive and holistic approach to addiction. Following detox, which usually takes 7 – 10 days, you will begin the therapeutic rehabilitation programme.

Our rehabs have an integrative approach, blending one-to-one counselling and group therapy with the 12 Steps and other holistic approaches. The programme will be tailored to your individual needs and goals.

The Devon residential rehabs create a welcoming atmosphere of acceptance and connection. The therapeutic community of residential rehab will enable you to connect with like-minded peers and encourage each other on a journey of recovery. There is great benefit to having the opportunity to care for each other, it counteracts the isolation that is such a feature of active addiction.

In our rehabs you can ‘work-out’ your ability to be sober, serene, and well. It works like going to the gym. In the same way that working out your arms builds muscle memory when you go to the gym, so working out your ways of thinking and feeling builds neurological memory. In practice this means that living and enjoying life without the use of drugs will become easier and easier.

What Will Detox Be Like?

Detoxing suddenly and without proper medication can be very uncomfortable and potentially dangerous. Withdrawal can be a really horrible experience and may include symptoms like:

  • tremors – “the shakes”
  • aching joints
  • sweating
  • mood instability- irritability, depression and anxiety,
  • difficulty sleeping
  • intense obsession with drugs/drink.

Be assured that you will be seen by one of our doctors on the day of your admission. They will be able to prescribe a medical detox for you to help you come off the drugs or alcohol in a safe way. You will be supported 24 hours a day through this process by the counsellors and the support staff. The staff in the Devon area are committed to making the detox process as comfortable and safe as possible for you.

What Will I Learn In Rehab?

Through rehab you will focus on addressing those things that lead you to addiction in the first place and also planning ‘relapse prevention’ to help you say sober in the future. Beyond this core function you will also get to work on those things that hold you back in terms of living the life that you want.

Active addiction often leaves people disconnected from their true selves and from other people. In rehab you will have the opportunity to get well within a therapeutic community of recovering addicts. You will share your experiences with your peers and have the opportunity to invest in each other’s recovery process.

This kind of real connection will allow you to foster mutual empathy and compassion. In rehab you will begin to feel your real emotions again. Without the use of chemicals you will learn to naturally feel peace, joy and inspiration. Through the programme you will shift the focus from the negative in your life to the positive.

What Is the Rehab Programme?

The Devon area rehab programmes are a complex approach for a complex issue. Rehab addresses addiction on a physical, mental and emotional level. Some of the facets of the programme are:

  • Medical detox
  • Expert therapists
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy
  • Dialectical behaviour therapy
  • Individual counselling
  • Group counselling
  • Family groups
  • 12 steps
  • Exercise and fitness programs
  • Healthy eating
  • Educational talks
  • Relapse prevention
  • Aftercare
  • Complimentary therapies
  • Trained and dedicated support staff
  • A community of peers

In addition to getting clean and sober, rehab can assist you with:

  • Mood Management
  • Cultivating peace of mind
  • Self-acceptance
  • Recognizing and understanding thought patterns
  • Living in the moment rather than worrying about the future and dwelling on the past.

We will help you deal with your past, present and future in a safe and effective way.

More about Counselling in Rehab

What will happen during counselling?

One-to-one counselling is one of the most important parts of primary treatment. Through one –to-one sessions you will have the opportunity work through your issues privately and confidentially with your focal counsellor.

During group therapy sessions you will have access to will be made up of a small number of your peers and will usually be facilitated by a therapist and a support worker. Group therapy can be really useful as the insights of your peers can help you to understand your addiction in a deeper way. In his setting you will also be able to help your peers by offering your insights in to their circumstances. Your experience and understanding of addiction can really help others to recover.

What Counselling Do Devon Rehabs Offer?

We offer a tailored programme of counselling to best meet your particular needs. Some of the therapy we offer includes:

  • Trauma therapy
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy
  • Dialectical behaviour therapy
  • Relapse prevention
  • Gender group
  • Body image group
  • Relationship therapy

What Is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy?

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a type of talking therapy which is often used in rehabs. It lends itself well to rehab programmes because of its structured nature and because of its efficacy in a short space of time. During CBT you will learn to, recognize triggering situations which could lead to relapse, develop healthy ways of dealing with those thoughts and feelings, and learn new thinking skills.

What Happens When I Leave Rehab?

The idea of leaving treatment and going back out into ‘normal’ life can be quite stressful. But don’t worry, when it is time for you to leave you will be fully prepared. With your focal counsellor you will have formulated a thorough and tailored relapse prevention to follow in the weeks and months after you leave treatment.

You will have the opportunity to stay in regular contact with your counsellor for some time in the weeks and months after you leave. You are invited to attend regular aftercare groups at the rehab and we always recommend attending support groups like Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous in the Devon area.

What you will learn with the help of our team of rehabilitation experts, will empower you to change your life. The rehab programme we offer will help you to get clean and stay clean. You can develop emotional balance effective stress management skills, and achieve your goals. We are passionate about helping you to build a successful and happy, sober life.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

What about my family?

We provide therapeutic family groups appropriate.  We are here to support all of your healing as much as possible.

If your family members are worried about you or need support they will be welcome to call and get support from our team. Please note however that we offer a confidential service and it is not necessary for your family to know you are in rehab if you do not wish them to.

How much will rehab cost?

Privately funding your rehab programme in Devon will mean that there will probably be little waiting list prior to your assessment and admission, this is usually the preferred option if you have the means with which to pay.

However you may be eligible for NHS funding, please contact your GP about referring you to a local drug and alcohol team. From there you will have access to a community programme and residential rehab. Please be aware though that there will usually be a waiting list for NHS funded places in rehab.

We are delighted to provide you with conscientious, evidence based, and excellent care at every step of the way.

Is alcohol a drug?

Alcohol and drug addiction are very similar to one another. The fact that alcohol is legal gives it the illusion of relative safety in comparison to other drugs. But alcohol is considered the most dangerous of all the drugs in the UK, rating higher even than heroin and crack-cocaine.

Alcoholism is on the rise. A recent study by the NHS looked at alcohol- related hospital admissions over the last 10 years. That study found that there were 339,000 estimated admissions related to alcohol consumption in 2015/2016. This is 22% higher than 2005/06.

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 3.3 million deaths per year are caused by the harmful use of alcohol. Shockingly, that works out as 1 person every 10 seconds.

Why do I need to stay in rehab after detox?

To achieve lasting and happy sobriety you must embrace change. I rehab you can address your thinking and behavior and find a new way to live and flourish. Given a safe and therapeutic environment it is possible to recover!

We always love to hear from you- if you have any questions or would like to talk things through with one of our team please call one of our addiction specialists.

Help after Rehab

It is important that people continue to stay committed to recovery after they have left rehab. One way to ensure that this happens is by joining a self help community such as the 12 Step fellowships. Here is a few of the meetings of this group available in the Devon area:

Alcoholics Anonymous – As Bill Sees It Meeting – Sunday 10:30 – Cornerstone, 10 Kimberly Rd, Devon

Alcoholics Anonymous – Big Book Study Meeting – Wednesday 19:30 – Baptist Fellowship Hall, Palace Gate, Exeter

Alcoholics Anonymous – Lunchtime Meeting – Tuesday 12:15 – St Petrocs Church, High Street, Exeter

Narcotics Anonymous – For the Newcomer Meeting – Sunday 10:30 – Cornerstone, 10 Kimberly Rd, Devon

We offer dedicated local treatment across Devon including ExeterPlymouthBarnstapleNewton AbbotPaigntonTavistockTivertonTorquayExmouthBidefordBrixhamSidmouth and Teignmouth.