WE HAVE FOUND MULTIPLE REHABS IN TOWER HAMLETS

Tower Hamlets Rehabs

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

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Tower Hamlets

When substance abuse or addiction reach the point where an individual starts to think about getting help for the problem, the time has undoubtedly come to find a rehab treatment centre. And although making the decision to go to drug or alcohol rehab in Tower Hamlets or afar can prove to be one of the most challenging moments a person with a drug or drinking problem can face, it is a choice that can ultimately change one’s life forever. The thing is, without attending rehab it can be very hard to overcome an addiction. This is because addiction is a multi-faceted condition that needs to be treated on the many different levels of which it’s comprised. Ending addiction is more than just quitting the use of drugs or alcohol. It involves learning about addiction and the best ways to overcome it for good. Going to rehab is the best way to do this.

Seeking Alcohol or Drug Rehab in Tower Hamlets

If an individual addicted to alcohol or drugs chooses not to go to rehab and get help with their addiction, they are only further increasing their chances of completely ruining their life. When left untreated, addiction is something that most often tends to just get worse. When a person is addicted, the brain literally changes. These changes in the way the brain functions can cause people to do next to anything in order to keep using their substance of choice. Even if they successfully quit using for a time on their own, it is most likely they will quickly find the urge to use again practically impossible. Even if they tell themselves it’s “just one time”, as many addicts have found, this one time is what will put them on the trajectory of full-blown addiction.

To ensure that quitting drugs or alcohol is something people only have to do once, rehab truly offers the best option for this. When a person attends rehab in Tower Hamlets, they are ensuring they are making the best choice to overcome their addiction for good. Rehab gives them the tools they need to ensure they are equipped with the knowledge necessary to successfully overcome their addiction for good. From the moment one steps into the rehab facility, they can be satisfied knowing they made a choice that can give them back their freedom by offering the tools they need to never use drugs or alcohol again.

Types of Rehab

Because addiction has become such a widespread problem in the UK, there are many different options for rehab in Tower Hamlets. We know this can become overwhelming to people looking for treatment, which is why we’re here to help in any way we can. Because we’ve dealt with addiction personally, we know the challenges you’re facing. We can begin to help by discussing all the different options that are available to ensure the right rehab to fit your needs is the one that is ultimately attended.

Private Rehab

One option for rehab in Tower Hamlets is going to a private care facility. Private rehab is an excellent option for those looking to get the best treatment possible. Because private rehab (also known as residential or inpatient rehab) allows a person to remove themselves from a familiar environment for the extent of their treatment, it can help immensely on their healing journey. When they go to private rehab, they only thing they need to focus on is getting well. There are no outside distractions and no one tempting them to go back to their old habits. It’s just them and a fully licensed staff, offering exactly the tools they need to help get them back on their feet and the information it takes to stay sober for good.

Outpatient Rehab

Another option for rehab in Tower Hamlets is going to an outpatient care facility. At an outpatient rehab centre, patients don’t stay at the treatment centre and are expected to show up on a scheduled day for their addiction treatment. Outpatient care is a good option for those who have responsibilities that keep them from going to a private rehab where they stay for an extended amount of time. A person with family, work, or school responsibilities could benefit from an outpatient treatment centre. Those with less severe addictions or people looking to continue with treatment after private rehab is over could also benefit by going to outpatient rehab.

What to Expect When Going to Drug or Alcohol Rehab in Tower Hamlets

Whether a person chooses to attend private rehab in Tower Hamlets or they decide on an outpatient rehab instead, knowing what to expect is vital before making a final decision. And while private and outpatient rehab are decidedly different, the premise of going to either is virtually the same.

The first thing a person can expect when getting treatment for drug or alcohol addiction is to go through the detox process. Physical withdrawal from drugs or alcohol is often the reason people stay trapped in a vicious cycle of addiction. Coming off drugs or alcohol can be hard. So hard in fact, that countless people choose to continue to use the very substances that they know are ruining their lives. Before any progress can be made to heal at the psychological levels necessary to overcome addiction for good, they must first heal on a physical level. This means going through the withdrawals that are an inevitable part of overcoming addiction. Rehab offers one the ability to withdrawal safely with medical supervision, something many people need to make it through this first (very vital) step of overcoming addiction for good.

After detox is completed, the rest of one’s treatment plan can commence. This will include therapy, where a person talks to a professional counsellor or therapist. Talking to someone is crucial in order to not only better understand addiction, but also the reasons a patient has come to their present state of addiction. Addiction is something that stems from pain. And although difficult, it is uncovering and working through this pain that offers the most room for growth. When attending rehab in Tower Hamlets, a person can expect to receive therapy on both an individual and group level. Private therapy sessions can help the, discover more about themselves and their addiction, while group counselling can give them a sense of connection that can be very important during the recovery process.

Rehab in Tower Hamlets will also consist of different treatment modalities that will help am individual not only overcome their addiction, but also help them integrate back into the world once treatment is over. Treatment options will differ from centre to centre, but will most often include physical exercises such as walking, yoga, or working out. Equine therapy is also a popular treatment option. Other treatments could include art therapy, holistic approaches to treating addiction, and much, much more. Private rehab in Tower Hamlets will offer more options for different choices of preferred treatment modalities. We can help find a treatment that will complement an individual’s best interest.

Because assimilating back into society once addiction treatment is over can prove to be difficult for even the most determined of individuals, treatment at rehab will offer the best ways to successfully sustain sobriety outside. This may include different strategies to avoid relapse, job skills, information on how to attain housing and more. Rehab in Tower Hamlets looks at every aspect a person needs to successfully recover, with the integration skills necessary to get back into the “real world” being one of the top priorities.

What to Expect after Alcohol or Drug Rehab in Tower Hamlets

Rehab in Tower Hamlets doesn’t necessarily end after treatment is over. A quality rehab programme will include a detailed aftercare strategy. Attending aftercare is vital if a person wishes to effectively overcome their addiction for a lifetime. In aftercare, there is often continued therapy or group counselling. Going to various recovery meetings every week may be advised, with programmes such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) being viable choices. These programmes are free and have helped countless individuals worldwide to maintain sobriety after addiction.

While aftercare is something that is often overlooked by people in recovery, the importance of receiving continued support after rehab in Tower Hamlets cannot be stressed enough. Because relapse affects some 50-90 percent of people who attempt to get sober, it is extremely important to do what it takes to maintain sobriety. Aftercare is something that will help to ensure that a person continues on their path of sobriety without giving into temptation.

Below we have listed some of the services in areas around Tower Hamlets:

Bethnal Green

Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
Kedlestone Walk Community Centre, Holly Bush Gardens. E2 9RP
Tuesday, 07:30
Bethnal Green

Blackwall

Greig House Addiction Services
20 Garford Street, Blackwall, E14 8JG
Tel: 02079 875658
Blackwall

Bow

Cocaine Anonymous Meeting
St. Paul’s, St. Pauls Way, Burdett Road E3 4AR
Tuesday, 20:00
Bow

Bromley-by-Bow

The Big Step Change
Bromley-by-Bow Centre, St Leonard’s St, Bromley by Bow, London E3 3BT
Tel: 020 8709 9700
Bromley-by-Bow

Canary Wharf

Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
Prayer Room, 2 Churchill Place, below Barclays Tower, E14 5RB
Monday, 12:00
Canary Wharf

Coldharbour

Reset – Tower Hamlets Drug and Alcohol Service
Beaumont House, Mile End Hospital, Bancroft Road, London, E1 4DG
Tel: 020 8121 5301, email: elt-tr.reset@nhs.net
Coldharbour

Docklands

Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
Riverside House, 20 Garford St, E14 8JG
Wednesday, 18:00
Docklands

East Smithfield

Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
St George’s Lutheran Church, 55 Alie St, E1 8EB
Tuesday, 13:00
East Smithfield

Hackney Wick

Reset – Tower Hamlets Drug and Alcohol Service
Beaumont House, Mile End Hospital, Bancroft Road, London, E1 4DG
Tel: 020 8121 5301, email: elt-tr.reset@nhs.net
Hackney Wick

Isle of Dogs

Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
Christ Church Crypt, Christ Church, Manchester Rd., E14 3BN
Monday, 20:00
Isle of Dogs

Leamouth

Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
Anchor House, 81 Barking Rd, E16 4HB
Wednesday, 20:00
Leamouth

Mile End

Charis Alcohol and Drug Therapy Unit
31 Mile End Road, LONDON, E1 4TP
Tel: 020 7790 3040
Mile End

Millwall

Reset – Tower Hamlets Drug and Alcohol Service
Beaumont House, Mile End Hospital, Bancroft Road, London, E1 4DG
Tel: 020 8121 5301, email: elt-tr.reset@nhs.net
Millwall

Poplar

Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
Cottage Street Community Centre, 92 Cottage St, E14 0AA
Thursday, 20:00
Poplar

Shadwell

Lifeline Project
71 Johnson Street, Tower Hamlets, London, E1 0AQ
Tel: 0207 7901 344 email: enquiries.lifeline.south@gmail.com
Shadwell

Spitalfields

Narcotics Anonymous Meeting
St Leonard’s Church, Shoreditch High Street, London, E1 6JN
Sunday, 13:30
Spitalfields

Stepney

Specialist Addiction Unit
Beaumont House, Mile End Hospital, Bancroft Road, London, E1 4DG
Tel: 020 8121 5301
Stepney

Wapping

Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
St George’s Lutheran Church, 55 Alie St, E1 8EB
Tuesdsay, 13:00
Wapping

Whitechapel

Narcotics Anonymous Meeting
First Floor, Trinity Centre, Key Close, London, E1 4HG
Tuesday, 19:30
Whitechapel

Choosing a Rehab

When the time comes to choose a rehab in Tower Hamlets, it is not only important to know what to expect, but also some of the different options you have when choosing treatment. There is a variety of different ways to treat addiction, with some of these options listed below:

  • For those who are addicted, some centres will offer the complete package and start a detox programme as soon as the person is admitted.  In other centres, they expect the individual to have already done this first stage of recovery.
  • Every treatment centre will certainly have their own idea on what the individuals have to go through.  For example, Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) use the 12-step programme. Some rehab centres in Tower Hamlets will follow this same path.  Other centres however, will have a different policy but the same goal in mind.
  • Different centres have different rules, with some being for one sex only.  Others may not take people under a certain age or vice versa.  If there is also a question of mental health problems along with the addiction, then some centres are not equipped to deal with this.
  • Some centres will cater for inpatients, while others are strictly outpatient.  Inpatient offers a much more effective regime but some people have commitments that will not allow this.
  • The number of people in the rehab centre at any given time will almost certainly vary from just a few to a dozen or more, and this truly all depends on the centre one attends. The smaller the number of people being treated, the more intense the programme will be.  Larger facilities give more support amongst the attendees, though, and lifelong friendships are sometimes forged in this way.
  • Some rehabs can be rather exclusive and luxurious, but it stands to reason that these will be more expensive.  Facilities could include single rooms, TVs, gyms or other such ‘luxury’ surroundings that some people do not want to live without.  By calling us, individuals can find out the different options for private rehab in Tower Hamlets.
  • Foreign rehab centres can sometimes offer rates that are more economical and this is becoming increasingly popular.  They sometimes offer different kinds of options not found in the home country.

How to Know When it’s Time for Rehab

If suffering from addiction, there is no better time than the present to attend rehab. Because addiction is such a complicated condition, it can be hard to determine if rehab is truly necessary. There will be people who believe their problem doesn’t warrant the need for rehab, however this thinking will only keep them stuck in their addictive patterns. Once a person has begun to think about rehab, this is a sure sign that it is indeed time to begin to seek out different treatment options.

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We Can Help You Find a Quality Rehab in Tower Hamlets

It goes without saying that everyone needs advice on how to find the right rehab centre in the Tower Hamlets area when he or she realizes that they have a problem with addiction.  One quick, no obligation, call to us will give us a chance to help you find a suitable treatment centre for your particular problem. We are here to help in any way we can. From helping you find the best rehab in Tower Hamlets to suit your individual needs to answering any questions you might have, we want to see every individual overcome addiction for good.

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