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Hertfordshire Rehabs

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

Hertfordshire Alcohol Rehab and Support

Those recovering from alcoholism and drug addiction in the Hertfordshire have many drug and alcohol services available to them. This includes residential rehab which offers 24 hour a day care from dedicated and passionate addiction experts. There are a number of reliable alcohol and drug rehabs in Hertfordshire ready to help you and your loved ones.

Rehab is an ideal place to recover because it is much easier to address your addiction without distractions and pressures of outside issues. In rehab you will build on your natural resilience and learn skills for creating a positive, sober life.

Residential rehabs in the Hertfordshire area offer a range of therapies. If you attend treatment here you will benefit from tailored individual counselling, group therapy sessions, and 12-step work.

You can overcome your addiction.

Hertfordshire Rehab for Addiction

Because addiction a progressive illness, it is imperative to get help as soon as you can. Experts agree that the most effective form of treatment for addiction is residential drug and alcohol rehab. In rehab you will have the opportunity to recover with the help of a team of professional experts, in a community of like- minded peers.

Residential rehabs are equipped with the expertise to treat alcohol addiction, drug addiction – both street and prescription drugs, and other behavioural addictions. Addiction treatment should be a holistic and integrated service of – medical intervention,  and individual and group therapy, which is tailored to each individual person’s requirements. Addiction should be treated on the physical, emotional, mental and physical level.

Will I be able to feel happy without drugs?

After some time in addiction it is not uncommon to doubt your ability to feel happy without the use of drugs. In fact life in recovery can be filled with positivity. In rehab you will have the opportunity to practice fostering happiness. A few of the ways in which we practice this are:

  • Relationships – in rehab you will live in a therapeutic environment with like-minded peers. There is real joy to be found in the experience of helping others and of being helped. In addition to this you will learn lots of really effective relationship building and communication tools, like how to express yourself in an assertive way.
  • Gratitude – Sometimes addiction can leave us feeling really unhappy and that there is nothing positive in life. In rehab we will break this pattern of negativity through simple tools like being mindful of things we are happy about and writing gratitude lists.
  • Exercise – through exercise and fitness you can access your natural endorphins which can give you a surge of positivity in the moment. Having a healthy body and lifestyle will benefit your wellbeing, physically, mentally and emotionally in the long term.

 

What Do Rehab Programmes Offer?

Treatment programmes are intensive and structured and offer a range of different services including:

  • Full medical detox
  • Individual therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Other therapies e.g. CBT, trauma therapy,
  • Complementary therapies
  • Family Therapy
  • Relapse prevention
  • Gender Groups
  • Fitness and Exercise
  • Healthy Eating
  • After care

During residential rehab, you will live with other recovering addicts in a therapeutic environment. You will learn about addiction, and develop the necessary skills to enable you to embrace sober living when you return home.

A typical day will consist of a blend of different counselling, individual and group therapy, holistic activities, and free time. You will receive a timetable on admission, and there will always be support staff  and your peers in the programme on hand to explain everything, and to help you during your time in rehab.

How long does treatment last?

Detox- The detox process takes 7-10 days.

Primary Treatment- The therapeutic part of the programme in Hertfordshire requires an average of a 90 day stay. Experts agree that this length of programme is necessary to provide a stable base for recovery. However, each case is considered on an individual basis and experts will work with your individual requirements where possible.

Second and Third Stage-There may be the option of longer term, ‘sober accommodation’ with minimal support from staff.

The drug and alcohol services in Hertfordshire are here to help you to take control of your illness and to create a happy, sober life. Our programmes are designed to give you the best chance at finding yourself and living a substance-free life.

In rehab you will learn:

  • Healthy and effective ways to process your feelings
  • Strategies for dealing with craving
  • How to love and accept yourself
  • How to create great self-care tools
  • How to maintain on-going sobriety

Relapse Prevention and Aftercare

The risk of relapse is generally highest in the first months following rehab. The services in the Hertfordshire area can minimize this risk by providing you with a comprehensive aftercare package.

We hope that the end of your treatment will be a time to celebrate, but we know that the idea of returning to normal life can be a bit frightening. Please be reassured that you will be discharged with a full relapse prevention plan in place.

Those who attend regular aftercare sessions are more likely to maintain their sobriety and peace of mind. Staying in regular contact with your focal counsellor and peers will help you to put in to practice all the skills and tools that you have learned in treatment.

Where appropriate the treatment centre can contact your doctor where appropriate with discharge information so that continuing care can be put in place. After care groups will help you through those first months after leaving treatment.

We highly recommend the Alcoholics and Narcotics anonymous fellowships as a source of ongoing support. These groups will provide you will a community of recovering people. The only requirement for membership is the desire to stop using or drinking and there are no fees for membership. When it is time for you to move on from rehab you will be provided with the meeting list for the Hertfordshire area.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Is addiction an illness?

Often people are under the impression that addicts are in some way bad, or weak willed. This is not the case, today we understand that the illness of addiction from a scientific perspective.

When you drink alcohol or take drugs the brain releases dopamine, this chemical stimulates the ‘reward circuits’ of the brain. Over time this process effects the self-control and decision making neurological mechanism in the brain.

This means that you will start to experience the compulsion to continue using, despite the harm it is causing to yourself and to others.

When will I see the doctor?

You will be seen by a consultant on the day of your admission and you will receive a medical assessment prior to starting your detox.

Can I bring my phone/laptop?

We discourage digital distractions from your rehab programme. If you do bring them we can keep them safely for you. You will be able to speak to call out using the resident’s phone during free time (usually in the evening).

What should I bring?

Please bring some casual, comfortable clothing for everyday use. Some appropriate clothing for fitness sessions. Nightwear.  Unopened Toiletries. A small amount of money to be kept in the office.

Will I be able to stay clean and sober when I leave?

It might be difficult to imagine a life in which you can stay clean and sober, perhaps you don’t know anybody that does. Rest assured that you will have a thorough relapse prevention plan which will include steps to take when you find yourself in triggering situations.

You will be able to attend after care groups at the rehab to support you through those first months. In addition to this we can put you in touch with the recovery community in the Hertfordshire area.

How can I pay for my treatment?

Those who are able to privately fund their rehab program will find little or even no waiting list prior to assessment and admission. You may be eligible for NHS funding. To find out about an NHS funded place in a Hertfordshire rehab please visit your GP who can then refer you to local drug and alcohol services.

Finding Continuing Support in Hertfordshire

Making the decision to access some help for your addiction is the most important first step. Because addiction is a progressive illness it is important that you access help as soon as possible. We encourage you to ask us questions and tell us about your concerns. It is important that you receive expert advice based on your individual circumstances.

We are here to answer any questions you may have and to help you decide upon a course of action.

You can get into recovery. You can get clean and sober and change your life.

Please get in touch with our addiction experts if you would like to learn more.

12 Step Groups in Hertfordshire

Alcoholics Anonymous – Lunch Come and Go Meeting – Friday 12:30 – Methodist Church (room at rear), Ware Road, Hertford

Alcoholics Anonymous – Step Meeting – Wednesday 20:00 – Methodist Church (room at rear), Ware Road, Hertford

As well as the 12 Step groups there are also other fellowships. These days there are also many online recovery communities to choose from as well.

We offer dedicated local treatment across Hertfordshire including HertfordSt AlbansHatfieldHemel HempsteadStevenageWatford, Abbots Langley, Berkhamsted, Broxbourne, Bushey, Hoddesdon, Rickmansworth, RoystonWare, Bishop’s Stortford, Borehamwood, Cheshunt, Harpenden, Hitchin, Welwyn Garden City, and Letchworth.