Horsham Rehabs

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

Entering rehabilitation in Horsham isn’t the easiest thing to do in the world. Immediately, when the prospect of entering drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres is brought up, thoughts of judgement, fear, and nervousness spring to mind. These things often stop people from entering drug and alcohol support altogether. This is incredibly dangerous as the risk of health complications increases, but the private sector makes entering drug and alcohol rehab in Horsham easier.

Addiction Helper has access to private alcohol and drug rehab in Horsham, as well as NHS Services, charities, and local support groups. We can help you with advice and guidance on which rehab in Horsham or elsewhere will be the most suitable for your needs and requirements. Below is a general timeline/guideline for entering rehab in Horsham when you have made the decision to do so:

  1. Enter rehab by making the decision to find substance abuse and alcoholic help in the first place. It’s important nobody is forced into curing themselves of their addictions. Not because it could harm their health, it’s because most people won’t have the ability to fully concentrate on their treatment if they don’t want to be there.
  2. Drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres in Horsham should be entered with a phone call. Call the private helpline for drug alcohol support and talk to a healthcare professional about the current situation.
  3. Undergo a formal phone diagnosis and answer questions about the things surrounding the addiction and the individual’s current lifestyle. This will help the healthcare professional to diagnose what the best course of treatment would be. If any of the answers are quite vague the individual shouldn’t worry about it because using their years of experience they can still come to an accurate conclusion about what needs to be done next.
  4. The patient will then receive advice on what they should do and where they should go next. Usually, it only takes a few days to be able to enter drug and alcohol treatment centres.

Can I Find Alcohol Rehab in Horsham?

The same process can be used for people who need to re-enter rehab to undergo some additional treatment. Everybody is just as welcome whether they’ve entered rehabilitation for the first time or for the fiftieth time. The culture is one of love and support engineered towards giving people the best chance of success in the future.

What about Drug Rehab in Horsham?

Whether you are entering rehab for the first time or the tenth time, the decision is always the same: do you go for inpatient treatment at a residential rehab or do you opt for outpatient treatment? The answer will depend greatly on your situation, such as personal, financial, and work circumstances. Your level of addiction and time you have been addicted also play a role in this decision. When you phone Addiction Helper, we will do a thorough assessment to determine which options are the most appropriate for you. Then we will give you all the information that you need, as well as answer any questions that you may have. Where necessary we can help you with the admissions process.

Of course, before you can start a treatment programme, you will need to go through detox, where you stop drinking and using drugs completely so that your body can expel all remaining traces of chemicals and toxins. This should be done under medical supervision in a hospital or a specialised rehab facility. Withdrawal can be unpleasant with withdrawals producing many side effects, so it is important to have a medical professional monitor your progress and health on an ongoing basis. If you choose to detox at home, we can help you make arrangements with the NHS or a local charity for a registered nurse to check in on you on a daily basis.

As the withdrawal phase can be unpleasant, there are several medications that a doctor could prescribe if necessary to help with the symptoms and the cravings. A registered nurse can also administer the medication if you need it when you are detoxing at home.

After the detox phase, you can start the main portion of your treatment. If you have been for treatment before, the process should not be too difficult to understand. If it is your first time in rehab, you need to understand that every activity that you participate in is aimed at allowing you to get well. There are various therapy types to choose from and you will also have regular individual counselling sessions. Every session – be it group or individual – is done in a safe, secure, and non-judgemental environment. There is no right or wrong – there is only getting better.

Featured Horsham Alcohol & Drug Detox Treatment Centres

What Are My Options for Addiction Treatment in Horsham?

The various therapy types will depend on the rehab that you choose. There are, however, a number of conventional treatments that have been tried and tested over the years. Your treatment programme will be tailor-made to meet your specific needs and requirements. Therefore, you may participate in some or all the therapy sessions available. Your bespoke treatment programme will take into consideration the fact that this is your first time in rehab or if you are returning. These factors have an impact on the effectiveness of the therapy chosen for you.

The most common and effective of conventional treatments is cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). It is widely used for addiction recovery and is a therapy that can be implemented in an individual setting or a group therapy session. During CBT, you will examine your behaviour as well as what causes you to behave in the manner that you do. These are called your triggers and CBT will help you explore ways that you can avoid or manage these triggers so that you can have long-term sobriety.

Other therapies could include things as diverse as music and art therapy, fitness and diet programmes, group therapy, and meditation. Each rehab has its own treatment therapies and you will be exposed to as many of them as possible in an attempt to teach you the thought patterns, life skills, and coping mechanisms that you will need in order to stay clean and sober.

Call us today so that we can help you get onto the road to a healthier, happier life.

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


Alcoholics Anonymous
Southwater Village Hall, Church Lane, RH13 9BT
Monday, 20:30


Alcoholics Anonymous
Methodist Centre, High St, BN44 3GG
Friday, 19:30


Alcoholics Anonymous
St Peters Church House, Church Lane, BN5 9NY
Sunday, 17:00

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