Rehab Coombe Dingle

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In This Guide

Getting simple, practical guidance on addiction help near Coombe Dingle is difficult....but not impossible.

In this comprehensive 19 Q&A guidebook, we laid out answers to:

  • Pricing - how to get the best pricing options, for your needs, including one rarely advertised option.
  • Rehab Treatment .v. AA - Discover which is right for you.
  • Protecting Your Wallet (& Sobriety) - Avoid these issues when choosing rehab, to protect both your future sobriety, and wallet.

Ready to overhaul your ideas about finding rehab near Coombe Dingle?

Let's dive in.

Rehab Won't Help. Change My Mind.

Provided that you do not expect everything to be done for you, rehab should be beneficial for you.

Rehab is the most structured approach available, to the initial primary care needs for addiction detox and therapy, at the point of crisis. But, rehab will not do everything for you.

You will need to take responsibility for your own life, as a lack of this is a keynote feature of addiction.

You should know from the start that rehab in Coombe Dingle is not some kind of magic cure-all which will take away all addictive impulses.

The dynamics of addiction have taken a long time to establish, and it will take time and understanding for them to be overcome.

You should know that all of this takes a good deal of active engagement and persistence.

It is only your first step on a long journey.

What Does Rehab Coombe Dingle Consist Of?

Private rehab is typically a 3-stage overall process, of initial detox, therapeutic help with underlying psychological issues of addiction, followed by aftercare planning, which provides support and resources for the future.

This is what you should find in the first 7 days of alcohol/drug rehab ...

KEY TAKEAWAY

In the first week you’ll be resting more than is usual during the physical detox process, as well as getting used to your medication.

Everyone is different, so the length of the detox initially will vary depending on the depth of dependency, how recent the dependency has taken hold, and amount of usage.

Once the first week in rehab is over, you should expect…

Once you have completed the detox, you’ll begin the therapeutic sessions with the help of the clinical team. The best way to proceed here may be group sessions or on an individual counselling basis, or both, as a means to unlock the reasons for your original addiction.

Residential programmes near Coombe Dingle and Bristol tend to be multi-faceted in nature, and will see you taking part in mutual aid meetings, physical routines, sharing your experiences with others and undergoing physical exercise, and a move back toward structure and order, in your daily routine.

The Coombe Dingle clinics, in general, will inform their clients of the following day’s activities on the preceding night.

What should you expect in the last week of rehab?

During the final week, if not before, your provider will probably plan precautions against relapsing, together with other support.

These will assist you as you move from residential care back into the outside world and allow you to plan ahead to prevent any triggers which may cause a relapse.

Who Is Likely To Benefit From Rehab?

People who are serious about their long term recovery will benefit from rehab.

Such people have tried time and time again to quit their harmful use of alcohol or drugs and know there must be a way for them to succeed even though they’ve failed before – if only they had the right support.

The people who will get the most out of rehab will be willing to commit to the work involved but will need help to do so in a structured way, beginning with detox and following on with the proper therapy.

Only those who take responsibility for their own lives will gain from rehab, and the great benefits which follow.

Are There Outmoded Methods In Rehab, That I Should Avoid?

Attempting to quit without help. This is a recipe for failure, and is especially ridiculous given that the support you need from professionals is available to you if only you would ask for it.

- Any approaches which do not take a holistic view of what is required and only go down one narrow route. Clinics now tend not to insist on the religious determinism aspect of recovery from addiction, and favour a broader approach to treatment which incorporates a holistic outlook to rehab.

- Any programme which is dogmatic and process-driven, which will tend to make patients feel that they’re numbers rather than people.

At the heart of recovery should be mutual support and a sense of community, with the communal respect that goes with it.

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What Is The Best Way To Ensure Rehab Is Successful?

  • Assure yourself that whatever you’ve tried in the past hasn’t worked and that you need to change things significantly.
  • Accept that you don't know how to do this personally (or you would have done so by now, presumably).
  • Be willing to accept instructions and guidance from those who are succeeding in recovery, and have walked the path before you.
  • Make sure that you understand that good communication is crucial with the professionals who are there to help you at all stage in your rehab.

What Are The Things You Should Plan For, In Coombe Dingle Rehab?

Any good addiction clinic will confirm the booking and send you a list of the things that you should bring with you.

Ask the admissions team you're dealing with for this, if they do not provide it.

How Should Life Be Different, After Rehab?

As long as everything is done correctly, you might expect to see initial signs of:

- As long as you’ve accepted what the substance is doing to you, you’ll find that it’s easier to fulfil your need for this in healthier ways, and you should plan for this accordingly.

- By dealing with all of these things, in turn, you should find that you emotional life, the way that you behave and interact with other people will be brighter and more positive, and without the need for your addictive behaviour.

- You’ll find that once the addictive substance is removed, you’ll be letting all the other things in your life, such as work, family and relationships, expand, to fill the void previously occupied by the addictive substance.

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What Are 3 Things New Rehab Clients Do Wrong When Going Into Addiction Treatment For The First Time?

(i) The thought of being deprived of the addictive substance during the detox stage, leading to a wish to cancel the whole rehab treatment.

(ii) Being over-confident that treatment has completely succeeded when only a couple of insights or milestones have been made.

(iii) Not being fully equipped to comprehend future situations or events that could potentially trigger relapse.

What If Rehab Coombe Dingle Doesn't Work?

If you relapse following treatment, there are a few possibilities:

(i) You didn't follow through actively, on your relapse prevention plan, compiled during treatment.

(ii) A trigger event happened in the external world, that you didn't work on yet, during treatment.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

Make yourself less vulnerable to these events by:

(i) Whilst still in treatment, actively engaging in aftercare planning, and actively following through on the supports given, to make sure you stay on track in sobriety.

(ii) Keep your contact with your aftercare support strong, as this will be much needed when you find yourself in a potential trigger situation (it is bound to happen). 

Those who relapse, tend to have missed out any one of the above safeguards.

Can Recovery Work For Me? I Have No Family Or Friends Support

You are among the millions of people in recovery across the world right now, each one with a different quality and history of support.

Even without regular support from family, recovery from alcohol or substance addiction is possible.

  • The challenge in this case will be to replicate the support function of family, in other ways.
  • It is certainly possible; you just need to identify which elements of the family support network that you don’t have would work best for you, and then creatively replicate these by other means.
  • You have to find out what works best for you, and what suits your own particular needs.

Alcoholics Anonymous Didn't Work For Me, How Is Rehab Different?

Yes, rehab is different to AA, and here’s how….

Alcoholics Anonymous is useful to have access to, but rehab and AA are not the same.

Many have used only AA Coombe Dingle in their recovery over the years, and achieved very long-term success.

Other people have reported, however, that there was something missing by using AA alone.

Rehab, with its focus on one-on-one therapy, is different to the group-based AA meetings, and it may be that the causes of addiction are more properly uncovered with the former type of approach.

Rehab .v. Mutual Aid
Rehab
  • Detox included
  • Personalised therapeutic input
  • Residential treatment
  • Financial outlay required
Mutual Aid Meetings
  • Free of charge
  • Ongoing help
  • Non-residential
  • No professional detox
Key Takeaway:

Residential rehab and mutual aid do not have to be mutually exclusive, and work very well together, in sequence, or, in some rehab programmes, together.

Those who have successfully completed a residential rehab programme often attend AA as part of their ongoing relapse prevention planning.

Both AA and residential rehab can be effective approaches to long-term recovery, and usage of both can be done in a variety of combinations.

Can’t I Just Stick With Alcoholics Anonymous, Or Other Mutual Aid Groups, To Recover?

People often say that it is Alcoholics Anonymous that shows them the way and inspires them to stay sober.

However, AA cannot provide a structured therapeutic framework in which to address the underlying issues which cause addiction, nor do they offer any clinical support.

You can indeed reap the benefits of AA meetings near Coombe Dingle and the group support that they bring, but first you do need to undergo the residential clinical rehab, including the important detox stage at the start of the programme.

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Is Ceasing My Addictive Behaviour Without Assistance Useful...Or Dangerous?

Going it alone is rarely the answer, and often, is very dangerous.

Going "cold turkey" is something which we do not recommend on serious medical grounds.

There are a multitude of risks associated with this, including heart issues and convulsions/seizures.

**You must never attempt withdrawal or any detox without suitable clinical support**.

I’m Not Sure I Can Afford Treatment

If a full rehab programme is out of your reach at the moment, here's something to ask about.

Though not the full programme, the detox-only route is available as a possibility. This is not usually widely advertised.

However, shorter programmes can result in lower success rates, for long term recovery.

Here is what we recommend if you want a less expensive and shorter course.

Ask about short term detox **only ** if you have adequate plans for support upon completion.

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i.e. a structured, organised approach to addiction therapy, follow up supports, mutual aid supports, and a sponsor lined up for the long term.

In our experience, we find that opting for a short-term detox without planning ahead for support afterward will only reduce your chances of a full and long-term recovery.

How Do Clinics Approach Their Rehab Refund Policy?

Refund policies will vary from clinic to clinic, be sure to ask before committing.

Generally speaking, most clinics will not offer a refund policy on the basis of future relapse, as the responsibility for that comes down to the individual.

How Do I Get Started In Treatment?

  • You need to speak to the clinic you have decided on to begin your therapy and undergo a simple phone assessment; then when your deposit has been paid your stay should begin no more than 48 hours later, in most cases.
  • It’s best if you were to book into a clinic which was best suited to your own set of circumstances; to find the one that’s right for you, have a look at our comprehensive online resource: https://www.abbeycarefoundation.com/finding-rehab-a-buyers-guide/
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Can I Start Rehab Right Now?

Some clinical checks need to be carried out and then the admissions staff will be able to welcome you to the residential programme in less than 48 hours.

How Long Has Abbeycare Been Providing Help For Addiction?

After some of our staff had their own experiences of recovery care, Abbeycare began its residential rehab programme in 2005.

We have grown since then into a well-known care provider and a trusted resource for residential rehab programmes.

Why Is An Assessment Required, Prior To Admission?

It is necessary to evaluate whether you and the clinic are a good match for each other going forward.

To this effect, we will seek approval from our health professionals once you have completed a short telephone questionnaire with our admissions team.

For Those In Coombe Dingle, Our Team Can Provide Complimentary Guidance On Addiction Treatment Options.

Abbeycare's UK clinics have been helping those in Coombe Dingle and surrounding Bristol area.

Thousands have already joined Abbeycare to overcome addiction, from every corner of the globe.

In these last 15 years, our experience has gone from strength to strength.

Not nearby? No problem, we can arrange transport too, in many cases.

How did we do with inspections from regulators? Check our reports, available on our clinic pages, here: Abbeycare Scotland, and Abbeycare Hygrove.

Our admissions team will help you navigate the treatment options.

The Abbeycare medical team can help you detox comfortably.

The Abbeycare therapy team are specialists in helping you identify and work through the underlying triggers behind addiction.

Our clinic team - many of them in recovery personally - are ready to get you started.

Are you ready for recovery?

If you're ready for help, call our admissions team direct, on 01603 513 091.

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