About the Rehab Clinic In Essex

The drug and alcohol rehab in Essex offers those struggling with addiction peaceful and comfortable surroundings, ideal for recovery. A beautiful, quiet garden and beach walks are on your doorstep, giving you ample opportunity to be active and enjoy quiet moments of contemplation to aid your recovery. The expert staff in the drug and alcohol rehab in Essex rehab are dedicated to helping you to recover not only in body but also in mind and spirit as well. Addiction can affect us in all three, but with the right counselling and support, you can find the things that truly make you happy again.

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Alcohol Rehab in Essex

The drug and alcohol rehab in Essex is focussed on a holistic approach to treatment. A wide range of addictions can be remedied here, including alcohol, drugs (legal and illegal). This means that your addiction treatment will be about much more than just the physical symptoms, that is only the first step. Rebuilding the body, mind and spirit is at the heart of all of the treatments available at this centre.

The first step is a full medical detox prescribed and supervised by the well-trained staff which includes doctors, psychiatric nurses, therapists, counsellors and our consultant psychiatrist.

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The symptoms of withdrawal can be challenging and painful to deal with without medication. Medical detox uses carefully selected medication to ease the symptoms and manage the physical effects on your body. For this reason, addiction detox without medication is not recommended. The detox period usually lasts around one week, and once it is complete clients can begin to rebuild themselves as a clean and sober person through therapy with the centre’s counsellors.

What Treatment Is Available In The Essex Centre Rehab?

The drug and alcohol rehab in Essex specialises in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, recognised by the NHS and other health bodies as the best way to help those with addiction issues. CBT treatment is given by trained, qualified addiction councillors and helps you deal with the destructive thoughts and feelings that lead to addiction and self-destructive behaviour. Looking to build new, healthy thought patterns and a positive self-image is vital in dealing with addiction and its effects on your life.

Cognitive Behaviour Treatment helps those suffering from addiction to deal with the intellectual and emotional side of drug and alcohol rehabilitation. However, in the Essex rehab centre, there is also a focus on the physical health side of addiction. The body and mind are profoundly linked; hence, the saying ‘healthy body healthy mind’. The Essex rehab program offers an optional fitness regime in a gym close by and yoga sessions to practice mindfulness, Reiki, art therapy, and relaxation techniques. Other forms of therapy such as anger management are offered.  Clients are encouraged to take part in beach walks and make use of the garden area of the centre as well.

Frequently asked questions about the Essex rehab.

How long will I stay in a rehab centre?

Most clients stay for a full detox and addiction recovery program, which can take from a month to three months. This will depend on your motivation to get clean and sober, and when you and the counsellors feel you are ready to return home.

Can I use my phone in the Essex rehab centre?

The drug and alcohol rehab in Essex allows clients use of their phones and the centre’s WIFI when they are relaxing in the evening, provided they do not allow it to interfere with their addiction treatment. It is important to keep in touch with family and friends during your stay. However, phone use is discouraged during your first week as you will need to be focussed on your recovery process at this time.

What Happens After Rehab?

Since detox deals only with the physical dependence on alcohol or drugs, all our detox options are available with integrative Aftercare programs.

Detox Plus UK prides itself in offering you the most extensive network of expert addiction treatment providers available in the UK today. Aftercare programmes are delivered within easy travelling distance of your home by the Detox Plus UK team based in your locality.

Aftercare Services maximise the effectiveness of a period of residential treatment or home detox by preventing relapse following the patient’s return home.

What Is Aftercare?

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Simply, this is on-going care provided for someone following their completion of residential treatment for addiction, or following home detox. For obvious practical reasons, Detox Plus UK supports the provision of a full programme of aftercare in the patient’s home locality.

We welcome Detox Plus clients from the UK. We can facilitate one-to-one counselling, CBT therapy, REBT, and other therapeutic approaches via Skype or mobile phone, by arrangement, enabling you to blend your recovery with other life commitments effortlessly.

Is It Necessary To Get On-Going Care?

Addiction is a disease of the Central Nervous System for which various treatments are of proven effectiveness. Residential treatment is probably the most effective of these for many individuals. However, it is also the case that any individual who has become afflicted by the disease of addiction will remain at risk of relapse for the rest of his or her life, even if they have completed a period of residential treatment. The highest risk period for relapse is the first year following completion of treatment, and it is highly advisable for an individual to engage in a full package of on-going care for at least this period of time.

Alcohol and drug misuse is associated with a number of potentially life-threatening consequences. Sometimes these can occur with very little notice.

Equally, relapse after a period of abstinence can occur suddenly with very little warning. Access to immediate expert advice can act to save lives and prevent relapse.

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Alcoholics Anonymous/Narcotics Anonymous Meetings are often considered unpopular in modern society, probably because of their religious overtones and the stigma felt by some in attending them. However, attendance of these meetings can be especially helpful for those who are aiming at abstinence rather than controlled drinking or controlled drug use. AA/NA’s principles dictate that AA/NA is NOT allied to any sect, organisation OR religion. The research shows that those that attend AA/NA meetings on a regular basis are less likely to relapse than others.

You don’t have to go very far to make the first step towards recovery. Make sure that you contact us today and talk with one of our specialists. Our experts have years of experience in treating different types of addictions including alcohol, cocaine, gambling, and prescription drug addiction To Prescription Drugs. It’s never too late for a person who asks for help! 

 

Detox Plus UK offer rehab centres throughout Essex including: Harlow, Brentwood, Grays, Basildon, Chelmsford, Colchester, Southend-on-Sea and Billericay.

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You are now on your way to a brighter future. Contact Detox Plus UK today for immediate admissions to a drug and alcohol rehab in Essex. Call us now on 0207 2052734 to talk to one of our expert addiction counsellors. We offer advice to people seeking drug and alcohol rehab treatment. If you or your loved one suffer from drug and alcohol addiction, give us a call now so we may offer you free help and support in overcoming this addiction. We work with treatment providers across the United Kingdom, and we will help you locate the treatment that’s right for your needs.

 

FAQs

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There Is No Rehab Centre Near Me, What Should I Do?

Whilst location is an important factor for all of us, please understand, that recovery from addiction is a journey, and a commitment and the initial foundations should not be compromised.
This means seeking advice to find the best rehab centre and therapeutic program that fits you (or your loved one) personally.

Clearly, it’s vital that you find a rehab clinic that offers the right treatments for you. Don’t worry, you can call the Detox Plus UK hotline today, and our advisors will talk you through the different options. This allows you to figure out what treatments will benefit you the most so you can find rehab centres that suit your needs.

When we talk about going to rehab, this assumes that you’re willing to pack your bags and move into a rehab centre. This is known as residential rehab, and it basically means that you live in an environment that’s closed off from the outside world.

It’s been proven that this benefits patients as it restricts you from coming into contact with things or people that trigger your addiction. As a result, it allows the people there to carry out detox treatment without worrying about relapses.

We strongly advise that you give us a call if you’re having trouble figuring out which option is best for you. We’ll talk to you on the phone to help come up with a treatment plan that benefits you the most. As a result, you’ll soon know the best course of action to kick your addiction.

We offer locations for rehab centres nationwide, call our team on 02072052734 or view our locations for Rehab centres

I Can’t Afford Private Residential Treatment. What Should I Do?

Contact your own GP and accurately & honestly explain to him or her your addiction problems and express your desire for help and treatment. Your GP should activate your local ADAT Addictions team who will offer you whatever NHS/Social and treatment routes are available. You should also attend AA or NA recovery groups for support and guidance.

How Long Is The Average Residential Stay in Rehab?

Residential stays vary from between 7-28 days depending on the specifics of your circumstances and historical usage. e.g. An average alcohol detox may last 7 days, with a further 2-3 weeks in the therapeutic program to resolve the psycho-social and behavioural aspects of addiction. As above, most experience the best outcomes and lasting long term sobriety following a minimum 28-day residential stay

What medication is used for alcohol addiction?

Medication can include replacement drugs such as lorazepam or phenobarbital, which are administered in tapering doses to help with alcohol withdrawals. Drugs such as Naltrexone, Disulfiram or Acamprosate can help prevent a return to alcohol use.

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