As part of our service, we offer helpful information and advice regarding rehab programmes across the UK. With substance abuse a major problem in all parts of the country, including in Bridgnorth, we work hard to maintain a database filled with details of providers to ensure that when you contact us, we can quickly and easily provide you with the information that will help you get started on the road to recovery. This means that should you need to access drug or alcohol rehab in Bridgnorth, you have come to the right place.
Addiction Helper was set up to be a link between those who need rehab and the organisations that provide it. While we do not offer alcohol or drug rehab in Bridgnorth ourselves, we can find a programme to suit you and your individual requirements. We work with various providers of addiction services in and around the town so that no matter what your circumstances, we can find the right programme to help you overcome addiction for good.
In order to find a programme of rehab in Bridgnorth, we will need to speak with you. We would not want to refer you to a provider without knowing what your situation is as this could be setting you up to fail. It is important that not only your treatment needs are met but also your personal needs. This is the only way you will feel comfortable with your choice of provider and be ready to commit fully to a programme of treatment.
Finding the Best Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Bridgnorth
When it comes to finding the right programme for you, there is a lot to think about. If you have a severe addiction, we believe that the best place to recover is in an inpatient facility where there are no distractions and no access to any temptations.
In an inpatient clinic, you will have a structured programme of care that you will follow every day. You will stay in the clinic for the duration of this programme, which could be anywhere from six to twelve weeks. You will spend your time in treatment and will have little choice but to focus on recovery.
Most inpatient programmes are provided by private clinics and there is a cost involved. However, with the ability to access treatment in a matter of days and a concentrated programme that offers the quickest approach to addiction recovery, this remains one of the most popular choices in terms of drug and alcohol rehab in Bridgnorth.
Nevertheless, there is nothing set in stone when it comes to addiction recovery, and even if you have a severe addiction, you do not have to enter an inpatient programme if it is not suitable or if it is not something you want. There are many options available in your area and it is our job to find the programme that suits you best.
We will therefore look at several factors including how severe your illness is, what your overall health is like, whether you have commitments at home or at work, what your personal preferences are and what your financial situation is like. By taking all these factors into consideration, we can match you to a programme that will help you get better.
Why Bespoke Treatments form a Part of Alcohol and Drug Rehab?
When treating addiction in the past, all providers used similar techniques for each patient. However, using the same type of treatment for everyone did not work and it soon became apparent that treatment plans needed to cater to the individual needs of each person.
With that in mind, bespoke treatment plans were developed to do away with the one-size-fits-all approach that was ineffective for many patients.
Bespoke treatment plans have become the norm for most providers of alcohol and drug rehab in Bridgnorth and one of the biggest advantages of such a programme is the fact that it is so flexible. It is made up of several elements that are expected to work to help the individual patient overcome addiction for good.
Should one element not be working as hoped, it can quickly be changed and replaced with something else. Most bespoke treatment plans consist of a combination of traditional and holistic therapies. The use of holistic therapies can help to heal the mind, body, and spirit as a whole, rather than just the illness; this has proven time and again to be effective in the treatment of addiction. Examples of the treatments that often make up a bespoke treatment plan are:
- peer-to-peer therapy sessions
- individual counselling
- 12-step work
- dialectic behavioural therapy
- contingency management
- motivational interviewing
- cognitive behavioural therapy
- family therapy
- relapse prevention
- work and life skills
- art therapy
- music therapy