Stratford Upon Avon Rehabs

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

With many people in Stratford-upon-Avon struggling under the weight of substance abuse and addiction, it is important that help is available to them. Thankfully, both drug and alcohol rehab in Stratford-upon-Avon can be accessed quickly and easily by those who need it. The problem for many is they just do not know where to turn when it comes to finding a programme to suit. This is why Addiction Helper exists.

It is our job to connect the individuals in need of alcohol or drug rehab in Stratford-upon-Avon with the organisations that provide it. We know that although there are many in the town already accessing treatment, many more are not, and we want to change this. We believe that by making it easier to find the right programme of detox and rehabilitation, more affected people will be able to overcome this illness that is destroying their lives.

If addiction affects you, we want to hear from you. You have nothing to worry about by calling Addiction Helper. Our dedicated helpline is free and fully confidential. If you simply want to talk and have some of your questions answered, we are here for you. If you are ready to put substance abuse behind you for good, we can assist by finding a programme of rehab in Stratford-upon-Avon that will help you do this.

How to Overcome Addiction with Detox & Rehab?

If you are struggling to control your use of alcohol or drugs, it could be that you have developed a physical dependence. This is often what happens when social use of these substances crosses a line to problem use. Know that this is a common problem though. Most individuals do not realise when their substance use crosses the line, and it is only when others suggest they might have a problem that they start to realise this could be so.

Take a look at your substance use in recent times. By taking a step back now and considering whether your substance use habits have changed, you may get a clearer picture of what you are dealing with. If this is something you are finding difficult to do alone, we can help.

By calling Addiction Helper, you can take advantage of our free assessment service. This will allow us to create a profile of your needs, from which we can tell if what level of substance misuse you have. It may be that you do not yet have a physical dependence and could benefit from some advice about how to cut back on your consumption of alcohol or drugs.

Alternatively, it could be that you are already in the grip of an addiction that will continue to get worse if left untreated. The good news is that if this is the case, help is available. We can put you in touch with providers of drug or alcohol rehab in Stratford-upon-Avon where you can tackle your illness head on and overcome it for good.

How Does Detox Help Fight Addiction?

Addiction recovery starts with a detox for most affected people. If you have a physical addiction to alcohol or drugs, you will need to break this before attempting to get started on a programme of rehabilitation. Most providers of alcohol and drug rehab in Stratford-upon-Avon will insist that you have a clear mind and body before you approach the emotional process of rehabilitation. Unless you are clean and sober, you will find rehab is much harder than it needs to be.

An indication of whether you might need a detox would be if you experience withdrawal symptoms when in need of alcohol or drugs. You may have noticed that when you wake in the morning you feel unwell. This could be because your body is beginning to go into withdrawal having not had any alcohol or drugs for a number of hours. If you experience headaches, nausea, shaking, sweating or mood swings that subside when you have alcohol or drugs, it is likely that you are physically dependent and that you will need a detox before rehab.

A detox will break the physical addiction to the substance you have been abusing. The process generally takes between one and two weeks to complete and is safer and more comfortable when carried out in a detox facility with experienced staff monitoring your progress.

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Types of Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Stratford-upon-Avon

Rehab in Stratford-upon-Avon is offered by different organisations in both the private and public sectors. Charities, local support groups and the NHS tend to provide outpatient programmes to those in need of help while there are several private clinics operating in and around the town that provide residential programmes. Below is a brief explanation of what to expect from these programmes.

Inpatient Rehab Programmes

For most, an inpatient programme runs for anywhere between six and eight weeks. If you are struggling with more than one type of addiction or if you have a dual diagnosis (addiction coupled with mental health issues), you might require a stay of up to twelve weeks.

If you access an inpatient programme, you will leave your everyday life and move into the comfort and security of a distraction-free and tranquil environment. Here you will spend every day in treatment for your addiction. This will take place on your own with a counsellor or in a group setting with other patients.

When the programme ends, you will return to your daily life and your rehab provider will assist with the transition by providing additional support as and when required.

Outpatient Rehab Programmes

If you do not want to move away from home for an extended period, an outpatient programme is the alternative. Outpatient programmes are run on a day care basis and the number of treatment hours you have each week will vary from one provider to the next.

You will not stay in the clinic but will attend regular counselling and therapy sessions before returning home to your everyday life afterwards. Outpatient programmes are less intensive than inpatient programmes and therefore run for much longer. Some will continue for several months while others may run for up to a year or longer.

For further information about how to overcome your addiction, please do not hesitate to contact us today. You can get in touch via this website or by calling our free 24-hour helpline.

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