Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Oxfordshire - Detox Plus UK

rehab in oxfordshireAbout the Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Oxfordshire

A perfect harmony of peaceful countryside and easy access to major cities and airports. The luxury residential clinic in Oxfordshire is the ideal place to recover from drug and alcohol addiction. The clinic is fully residential and set in quiet gardens in the countryside for peace and privacy during addiction recovery. During their stay, those suffering from addiction will find comfort and safety as well as some of the best treatments available. The centre is specialised and only deals with a select number of dependencies, of which drug and alcohol addictions are the main ones. This allows those suffering from these issues to rest assured that the staff of the Oxfordshire rehab clinic are some of the most highly trained and experienced in the U.K. for the treatment of drug and alcohol addiction.

A typical day when you attend the Oxfordshire rehab centre

The first stage of any addiction treatment is to break the hold your alcohol or drug addiction has on your body. A medical detox, under the supervision of a detox doctor, is the fastest and most comfortable way to do this. The specialised medicines prescribed by the detox doctor will help to deal with the withdrawal symptoms and offer the best chance of getting addictive substances out of the body. Once those suffering from addiction are physically free from the addictive substance they can start to liberate

We know that each patient has their own unique story of addiction. The  expert teams work with individuals to understand their personal experience of substance use and plan a programme to address their specific needs.

We also offer guidance and support to family members to help them deal with the consequences of addiction and support their loved one through the treatment process and beyond.

The treatment programme incorporates :

  • Medically supervised detoxification
  • Group, individual and alternative therapies
  • Motivational counselling, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
  • Mindfulness and physical/ mental health and wellbeing activities
  • Psychoeducational and resilience training
  • Access to mutual aid
  • systematic family therapy

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The Oxfordshire drug and alcohol rehab favours a holistic approach to the mental and spiritual treatment of addiction, using both Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and Dialectic Therapy approaches. These two well-recognised treatments help those suffering from addictions to understand and deal with their own personal issues and face them with courage and strength. These two therapies, along with the process of building new better habits and coping mechanisms, are very successful in preventing any future relapses.

In addition to personalised one-to-one CBT and DT treatment, the drug and alcohol rehab in Oxfordshire offers group workshops and sharing experiences. These sessions are well known in the rehabilitation community and offer addiction sufferers to share their experiences and relate with others in similar positions. The feeling of isolation and loneliness in addiction can be one of the hardest experiences to deal with, and group therapy reduces this feeling of being alone. The twelve-step program also introduces clients to the sharing and support network created by Alcoholics Anonymous groups all over the country. These groups are important to continued therapy and support once clients have left rehab to help them to start afresh clean and sober.

Therapy rehab in Oxfordshire

The rebuilding of spiritual and physical wellbeing is a large part of the holistic approach to treating drug and alcohol addiction. To help addiction sufferers to develop new, healthier and more constructive habits the Oxfordshire rehab centre has its own private gym and therapy rooms. In the treatments rooms, clients can take part in meditations sessions and art therapy. These activities are both well-known to improve self-understanding and mindfulness.

The rebuilding of body and soul, so important in recovering from addiction, is also supported by a new attitude of self-care, so often taken away from us by an addiction-based lifestyle. Care for your body starts with nutrition, which is why with you and your counsellor, the rehab clinic’s chefs will create a meal plan to boost your energy levels and address any areas where your nutrition could improve.

Rest and relaxation are also very important in the addiction recovery process. In order to support those suffering from addiction, the drug and alcohol rehab in Oxfordshire is designed with comfort and luxury in mind. The rooms are private and en-suite with the exception of two twin-share rooms if preferred. These beautifully decorated rooms are cosy and comfortable for clients to spend time in quiet reflection and rest. There are also sociable lounges and dining areas and scenic gardens for quiet walks and spending time with nature.

This is the level of care and attention you or your loved one will receive at the drug and alcohol rehabs in Oxfordshire.

Frequently Asked Questions about the Oxfordshire drug and alcohol rehab

How long will I stay in a rehab centre?

Although the initial detox period usually lasts around one or two weeks, the rehab clinic highly recommends taking further time to recover fully. Removing the toxins from your body with a medical detox helps enormously with addiction problems, but it is only one half of the addiction recovery process. While some people do recover outside of a rehab clinic after a medical detox, the chances of full recovery are much better for inpatients. This, of course, depends entirely on the individual and a recommendation will be made to you and, if desired, your family by your counsellors. Secondary recovery treatment can take from a month to several months depending on your progress and the nature of your addiction.

Can I use my phone in a rehab centre?

Mobile phones and computers can be very important to the daily lives of those recovering from addiction, a connection to work and personal support while you are away. The drug and alcohol rehabs in Oxfordshire understands that those recovering from addiction often still need to keep a connection to their lives through phone or internet. For this reason, after the initial detox period and if it is deemed to have no negative impact on recovery, residents of the rehab centre are permitted the use of phones and electronic devices.

Can my family visit me in a rehab centre?

Families are at the heart of our personal support network, and their help and understanding of the problems of addiction can be vital to recovery. There can also be other contributing factors which will decide how much involvement clients wish their family to have in their treatment. In addition to family therapy, loved ones are encouraged to visit and lend their support to those recovering from drug and alcohol addiction.

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 Oxfordshire.

Call us now on 02072052734

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 addiction treatment that’s absolutely right for your needs.



Alcohol faq

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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