Rehab for addiction treatment options
Rehabilitation for addictions is recommended for anyone struggling with drug or alcohol addiction. Addiction treatment can be provided in an inpatient or outpatient setting. The duration of treatment and rehabilitation varies depending on your treatment needs and willingness to proceed with rehab.
It's difficult for anyone struggling with drug and alcohol addiction to admit that they need assistance. Maybe you're seeking help for a loved one whose chronic drug addiction can only be addressed by residential rehab.
You can call our enquiry line to establish options for treatment centres for alcoholism.
What are the addiction treatment options?
If you need help for alcohol or drug use, you can look for a free or private treatment programme. Free NHS care can be accessed by talking to your GP, or by visiting a local drug treatment service yourself. You can search for local treatment services using the Frank website .
Although there are benefits to NHS services, it is not recommended in cases of severe substance abuse cases.
Drug addiction or alcohol addiction is a complex, progressive condition that requires immediate, holistic care. Failure to access addiction treatment on time can result in long-term physical and psychological issues.
The best way to overcome addiction is by seeking a personalised treatment programme. Patients can choose between inpatient treatment or residential rehabilitation and outpatient or day-care services. We offer a comprehensive treatment plan for both rehabilitation options.
For those seeking residential rehabilitation, you are required to stay for inpatient treatment for 28 days.
During your stay, you will go through medically assisted detox followed by intensive individual and group therapy in order to uncover the underlying causes of the addiction.
Our treatment programmes are evidence-based and structured in accordance with the NICE guidelines. You will receive specialist treatment at our facility as our addiction specialists will work with you to ensure your individual needs are met.
You can contact us by phone for free confidential assessment. After the assessment, you will cooperate with an addiction specialist to come up with a treatment programme that will help you achieve long-term recovery .
Types of addiction treatment programmes
We offer residential treatment where you'll be required to stay at the addiction rehab facility as you undergo intensive drug or alcohol addiction treatment.
We treat a variety of drug addictions (Cocaine, Heroin, Cannabis, Benzodiazepines). Treatment lengths vary depending on individual needs. However, a typical treatment lasts for 28 days.
We are flexible with our treatment programmes as we understand that for one reason or another, a person may not be able to complete the full 28-day programme.
Therefore, Abbeycare offers flexible options that include a 14-day and a 7-day drug and alcohol addiction programme.
The 28-day programme encompasses:
- Free no obligation addiction assessment. This stage allows you to share your concerns in confidence. The addictions specialist will also help you develop an understanding of your recovery journey.
- Medically assisted detox (where required).
- Medication management.
- Residential therapy, including individual one-on-one therapy.
- Access to 12-steps support groups.
- Family support programme.
- Structured group therapy programmes.
- Free family support following treatment
Aside from our comprehensive residential rehabilitation, we offer outpatient treatment depending on your needs. It is possible to begin outpatient and later on transition to residential treatment.
Alternatively, you can complete a residential programme and proceed to an outpatient recovery process.
Our treatment programmes are available across the UK. For free addiction assessment book your appointment today. You can call our enquiry line 01603 513 091
Outpatient treatment option
Personal circumstances may render it difficult to seek treatment on a residential basis. In that case, you can benefit from our comprehensive outpatient rehab.
Our treatment model include one-on-one counselling sessions. The recommended national guideline for outpatient therapy is 12 sessions.
We also provide you with support, initial treatment assessment and a treatment plan to guide you through lasting recovery.
What to expect from drug and alcohol rehab programmes?
You can expect an intake interview to help the addiction specialists understand more about you. Next, you will work with the specialist to come up with a comprehensive treatment plan that's tailored to meet your needs.
After the initial assessment, you will proceed to the detoxification process. Detox is the process of getting rid of the toxins in the body.
Your treatment provider may administer medications to make the withdrawal symptoms from drug or alcohol addiction manageable.
Detox takes about a week to complete. After that, you will engage in a variety of therapies that include:
- Individual therapy
- Family counselling
- Group therapy
As you near the end of the rehab programme, you will work with the addictions specialist to come up with an aftercare plan. This step is crucial as it will help you sustain recovery.
You can reach out to us by calling our hotline. You can also leave your contacts and we will get back to you.
Medically assisted withdrawal detoxification
People struggling to beat alcohol addiction or addiction to certain drugs can benefit from medically assisted detox. The withdrawal symptoms from alcohol, benzodiazepines, cocaine, or heroine can be life-threatening when undertaken alone.
Our rehabilitation centres offer a comprehensively medically assisted withdrawal alcohol detox process. Here, our qualified treatment team will help you manage the withdrawal symptoms.
Our specialised staff work to ensure that anyone who seeks support for addiction treatment is comfortable and safe during the detox process.
We also provide you with an ideal setting, where you will receive compassionate, person-centred care as you go through the detoxification process.
For more information reach out to us--call our enquiry number for confidential advice about our services and the best treatment plan for you.
Our certified addiction team member is on call to help you find a rehab near you when you can access our comprehensive treatment package.
How to improve the success rate of addiction recovery
Even after seeking treatment, the negative influences, triggers, and stressors in the real world can lead to relapse. Statistics show that 50 to 80% of people relapse during their first-year after treatment. 
Understanding that you are vulnerable to relapse is the first step towards preventing it.
Some of the measures you can take to improve your success rate include:
- Attending local support groups. Local AA (Alcoholic anonymous) meetings or the NA (Narcotics Anonymous) have been proven to improve the success rate of addiction recovery. You can access these meetings across the UK.
- 12-step support groups from the alcoholics anonymous coupled with individual counselling also helps individuals on their journey to recovery.
- A good rehabilitation centre support individuals by providing a one-year's worth aftercare plan. An alcohol or drug addiction expert will work with you in creating a personalised relapse prevention plan. This plan will include a variety of resources that will assist you through the life-long process of recovery.
Remember that you need more information about our programmes, you can call us today. Contact us to learn about our aftercare package.
Addiction treatment success rates
Addiction treatment does not mean that you're 'cured' from substance abuse. Recovery is a life-long journey that may have some setbacks. Still, the main goal is to ultimately beat addiction and lead a fulfilling life.
Addiction success is measured by the marked improvements that you make in your life. In addition to this, factors such as length of treatment can increase your chances for success.
Free addiction assessment
Book a free confidential assessment at our clinic today. This free assessment is vital as it helps you understand the severity of the addiction.
The assessment helps our addiction treatment team tom come up with a customized plan that will be tailored to meet your needs and circumstance.
Frequently asked questions
When you search popular searches pertaining to rehab and recovery, you will find the questions below.
Is drug rehab covered by private insurance?
Residential alcohol rehab is covered by insurance. However, most insurance providers offer partial payment for treatment. It's important to note that not all insurance providers cover addiction treatment.
Therefore, it is advisable to reach out to your insurance provider to find out if you are covered and what the cover entails.
Leading insurance providers such as Axa, Bupa, Cigna, Aviva, WPA, AXA, PPP, Aetna, Blue Cross Shield, Coventry, Tricare, and the JSIS (Joint Sickness Insurance Scheme of the European Union) do offer cover for drug and alcohol treatment programmes.
How long does rehab take?
A typical rehabilitation care takes 28 days. This time frame is the most common and effective option. There are only few rehabilitation centres that are flexible enough to offer shorter programmes, for instance we also offer 7-day and 14-day and 21-day treatment programmes.
These programmes are designed to meet your needs, requirements and commitments.
It's important to note that the longer treatment stays have been associated with lower relapse rates. It is possible to get a rehabilitation programme that lasts for 30-days, 60-days, 90-days, or more.
How do I pay for private rehab?
There are a variety of ways that you can pay for rehabilitation. You can:
- Use your credit card
- Run a crowdfunding campaign for assistance.
- Ask friends and family members for support
- Take out a loan
- Use your savings
- Apply for a scholarship
- Seek a grant.
- Talk to your employer (if you are employed) to learn whether they offer any assistance.
How much does rehab cost?
Each addiction treatment centre has its own cost. You can expect to pay between £6000 to £16,000 for the 28-day programme. Luxurious facilities with state of the art amenities are likely to charge more.
Alternatively, you can get outpatient treatment for free or can pay around £8,250.
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