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

Alcohol and Drug Rehab Options in Surrey

Experts agree that the most effective way of treating addiction is residential care in a rehab setting. The cycle of addiction can be a really hard one to break, but with research-based, expert help, you can recover. If you need help, there are a number of highly rated alcohol and drug rehabs in Surrey, ready to take you or a loved one in for treatment.

Getting Ready for Rehab

Because addiction is a progressive illness it is important that you get treatment as promptly as you possibly can. The consequences of untreated addiction can be poor mental, physical and emotional health, as well as all sorts of social and relationship problems.

Before you are able to start a therapeutic rehab programme you will usually need a detox. This should be a medically supervised and supported process. Remember that stopping abruptly by yourself can be not only extremely uncomfortable but also dangerous.

On admission to rehab, you will be seen by a doctor who will be able to prescribe a substance-specific detox for you. You will be supported throughout the detox by all the staff and also by your peers in the programme, who will have recently been through the same things themselves.

\recovery from addiction is not just about putting down the drugs or drink. Sometimes people think that detox is all that is necessary, and this perception often sets people up for failure. It is really important for recovery that you are able to embrace change.

You will need some time and space away from using to address your thinking and the reasons why you got into addiction in the first place. Rehab will be able to give you many relapse prevention tools, relationships building tools and new thinking skills. All of this will enable you to build a happy life, without the use of drugs or alcohol.

 Why Choose Residential Rehab in Surrey?

There are a number of different approaches to treating addiction, such as outpatient day programmes, individual counselling and residential rehab. Residential treatment is the most effective of the treatments currently available for addiction. Residential treatment offers a comprehensive and structured programme for recovery, in a therapeutic setting. One of its main benefits is that your healing will take place within a therapeutic community of peers who are going through the same process as you.

Recovering in rehab, in a safe and sober environment, is far easier than trying to do it on your own at home. Going to rehab will give you the opportunity to focus on getting better without the pressures of outside issues. Rehab provides a safe and nurturing environment in which you can do the important work of recovery.

In residential rehab, you will access to passionate, experienced staff who are dedicated to providing support of the highest standard. In all residential rehabs, you will have the opportunity to recovery within a community of like-minded peers. You will learn about addiction and relapse prevention and have the opportunity to learn skills which will help you build the life that you want and that you deserve.

Most rehab programmes will last an average of 90 days – this will give you time not only to detox but to learn all you can and prepare for life after addiction. This time period is variable and is depends on your personal requirements. Give us a call to talk about your options in person, one of our addiction specialists will be more than happy to answer any of your questions.

Those that choose to recover in our drug and alcohol rehabs in Surrey will benefit from a holistic programme of treatments which includes:

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

We are dedicated to providing timely and comprehensive treatment. Our staff will always be on hand to support you through every step of your rehab process.

What Kind of Things Will I Work on in Rehab?

Rehab is equipped to help you examine the patterns of thinking and behaving that have led to your addiction. This will help you to understand the illness of addiction and let go of the shame and guilt attached to being an addict. Counsellors in rehab will help you learn the skills that will enable you to overcome your addiction. You will learn mood management skills and how to safely cope with triggering situations.

The work that we will do together in our Surrey rehabs will help you break the cycle of addiction and prepare you to return to ‘normal’ life.

Thinking skills that you will practice:

  1. Living in the Present – you will learn to embrace the experience of the present moment without judgement, rather than dwelling on the past or worrying about the future (or trying to escape from it through chemicals).
  2. Healthy Coping Skills – focus on helping you to learn to cope with triggering situations in healthy and effective ways.
  3. Emotion Management Skills – learn to accept your emotions and to process them in a manageable way.
  4. Communication/Relationship Skills teach you to nurture your relationships through self-care and assertiveness.

With your new recovery skills, you can soothe your distress in effective and healthy ways, rather than picking up a drink or drug. You will also learn about what it is that enjoy as a sober person.

It can be a fun and rewarding to find out how we can fill our lives with joy. You can consider what makes you happy, what hobbies you might like to pursue and career options. Rehab will help you to identify those things in life that are both pleasurable and healthy.

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

Oxsted

Alcoholics Anonymous
The Woodhouse Centre, Hoskins Rd (opp Tandridge Leisure Centre), RH8 9HT
Wednesday, 19:00
Oxsted

Haslemere

Alcoholics Anonymous
Haslemere Community Centre, Weycombe Rd, GU27 1EL
Friday, 12:00
Haslemere

Cranleigh

Alcoholics Anonymous
Methodist Church Hall, High St, GU6 8RT
Monday, 20:00
Cranleigh

Warlingham

Alcoholics Anonymous
St Christopher’s Church Hall, Chelsham Rd, CR6 9EQ
Sunday, 18:00
Warlingham

Lightwater

Alcoholics Anonymous
All Saints Church Hall, Broadway Road, GU18 5SJ
Wednesday, 20:00
Lightwater

Hindhead

Alcoholics Anonymous
St Alban’s Church, Tilford Rd, Beacon Hill, GU26 6RB
Tuesday, 20:00
Hindhead

Virginia Water

Alcoholics Anonymous
Christ Church Hall, The Church Centre, Christchurch Rd, GU25 4LD
Friday, 20:00
Virginia Water

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What Happens when I Leave?

Addiction is an illness which affects millions of people all around the world. Thankfully the illness of addiction is eminently treatable. We are delighted to be able to offer numerous drug and alcohol rehab services for every stage of recovery in the Surrey area.

The thought of leaving treatment might be frightening but rest assured that you will leave treatment with a thorough relapse prevention plan and comprehensive aftercare stem in place.  Quite often those first months back home are the most vulnerable, because of this we provide aftercare groups at the rehab to support you through those first months.

In addition to the aftercare services that we provide we encourage our clients to find a community in the Surrey area such as the Alcoholics and Narcotics Anonymous meetings. A comprehensive list of meetings is available on their UK websites. There you will find a community of sober, recovering people. You will not have to recover alone.

You may also be eligible for the longer term, second and third stage care in the form of sober housing which minimal support from a key worker.

Frequently Asked Questions:

How long will rehab take?

The initial detox process takes around 7-10 days. The therapeutic part of the programme usually requires a 90-day stay. There may also be the option of longer-term, second and third stage care.

What about detox?

You will be assessed by a doctor on arrival and prescribed a tailored detox. You will be supported mentally, emotionally and physically throughout the process – there is staff available 24 hours a day.

What should I pack?

You really only need a minimum of things. We advise you bring:

  • Comfortable, everyday clothes
  • Fitness wear for exercise/yoga
  • Nightwear
  • New and unopened toiletries
  • A small amount of money

Please do not bring:

  • Electronic devices (phones/tablets/laptops) – These are too distracting and disruptive to the recovery process.

Can I talk to my family?

After the detox period is over (7-10 days) you will be allowed visitors – usually on the weekends. You will be able to call your family or they will be able to call in during free time which will usually be in the evenings. We offer family recovery therapy groups and are here to support family members where possible.
How much will treatment cost?

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 NHS funded places in Surrey please visit your GP who can then refer you to local drug and alcohol services.

With the help of our experts, you can stop the cycle addiction and build a life that you love.

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

We offer dedicated local treatment across Surrey including Guildford, Brixton, Croydon, Egham, Farnham, Kingston upon Thames, Southwark, Sutton, Wandsworth, Wimbledon, Addlestone, Caterham, Chertsey, Horley, Camberley, Cobham, Godalming, Dorking, StainesEpsom, Esher, Ashtead, Ewell, Reigate, Weybridge, Frimley, Walton-on-Thames, and Woking.