Drug & Alcohol Rehab Carlisle
If you are from Carlisle, we can help you get professional support and assistance through our drug and alcohol rehab programmes.
No one chooses addiction, and addiction chooses no one individual in particular.
If you suffer from this disease, you should seek professional assistance.
Addiction can destroy you and your loved ones.
It is never too late.
Our alcohol & drug rehab is the first step to change.
You should prioritize your recovery first.
And everything you love in life will fall into place thereafter, in time.
We can help you beat addiction and reach your goals.
The first step to this journey is by calling us now at 01603 513 091.
How do I know if I’m addicted?
People who are addicted often deny their addiction.
They believe they have complete control of their situation.
Indeed, some addicts are functional.
The most important thing is, to be honest with yourself.
Here are tell-tale signs that you suffer from drug or alcohol addiction:
- You relationship suffer and change because of your bad habit
- You become irritable and suffer mood changes if you don’t drink or take drugs
- You lie about drinking or taking drugs.
- You become less productive at work or at school.
- You lack energy and motivation without alcohol or drugs.
- You have money problems because of alcohol or drugs.
- You become physically unhealthy.
Community Diversity in Treatments
Treatment and rehab centres specialized in different types of addiction.
There are addiction-specific rehab, gender-specific rehab, age-specific rehab, and even religion-specific rehab programmes.
The Abbeycare programme accommodates primarily drug and alcohol addiction of all types, regardless of a person’s gender, age, or religion.
The diversity of our community forms part of the strength of our program.
Our residential community is a microcosm of regular diverse society.
Addiction knows no age, gender, religion, ethnicity, wealth or any other socially-construed categories that segregate people.
Types of Addiction We Treat
Abbeycare specializes in substance addiction (alcoholism or drug addiction).
This includes alcoholism or the excessive drinking of alcohol including beer, whiskey, brandy, wine, rum, gin, vodka, all types of cocktails and any other beverage that contains alcohol.
This also includes the abusive use of illicit drugs and substances including Methamphetamine, Cocaine, prescription medication, stimulants, opioids, heroin, prescription painkillers, sedative drugs, and others.
Abbeycare can help people suffering from behaviour or process addiction problems as a secondary addiction to alcohol or drug misuse – please contact us for more information.
In many cases, people with substance addiction also suffer from multiple behavioural addictions such as gambling, sex, shopping, eating and others.
Abbeycare Clinic Near Carlisle
Abbeycare Clinic specializes in inpatient addiction treatment.
We don’t just help you detoxify from drugs and help you manage your withdrawal symptoms.
We help you discover the root cause of your maladaptive behaviours that trigger your compulsive misuse of drugs and alcohol.
We specialize in your psychological addiction.
We help you develop coping ways to address and deal with these underlying problems.
We provide a holistic approach that will improve your mental, spiritual, social, emotional and physical well-being.
We will also help you remain sober and avoid returning back to your old habits.
Inpatient Rehab in Carlisle
You should decide if you wish to undergo inpatient or outpatient treatment considering your circumstances.
Inpatient or residential treatment is treatment away from your home.
Outpatient treatment allows you to attend rehab treatment sessions while living at home.
This option is ideal if you need to meet certain obligations and responsibilities that you cannot defer or delay even for a few days.
Abbeycare Clinic focuses on inpatient or residential rehab as the most ideal way to treat addiction.
This approach provides a more immersive experience in treating substance use while living inside the facility for a certain period.
It physically detaches or separates you from your home environment and away from the stress factors that have triggered your addiction.
It frees you from any distractions or temptations from your home environment.
It provides you with a completely supportive community and environment, which will help you better focus on your addiction issues and recovery.
Detox is the cleansing process of your body from toxic chemicals from alcohol and drugs.
Detox involves discontinuing the usage of alcohol and drugs and allowing your body to adjust to its normal functions.
You will suffer from withdrawal symptoms when undergoing detox.
This is because your body is physically re-adjusting itself from getting used to functioning whilst drugs or alcohol are in your system.
Physical symptoms can include sweating, high fever, fatigue, seizures, tremors, shaking, insomnia, headaches, nausea, vomiting and in worst cases, deliriums.
Psychological symptoms include anxiety and agitation, disorientation, nervousness, irritability, depression, and rapid emotional changes.
- What Happens If I Relapse?
Relapse is not a failure.
It is a part of the many difficulties that you need to overcome in your journey to sobriety.
Rehab is a continuing process. Relapse can just be part of the journey.
What is important is that you get back into the program.
Do not let this fleeting set back entrap yourself and become permanent.
What Should I Know Before Calling a Helpline?
You don’t need to prepare anything when calling.
If you need help now, don’t delay or hesitate to call.
Ideally, however, it would be better if you can provide some information that can help us assess your situation better.
This information includes the substance you use, your addiction history, your psychiatric condition, physical condition (e.g. pregnancy), insurance, or any other information that can impact your problem.
Should I get time off from Work to Attend Rehab?
Inpatient rehab will require you to stay in the rehab clinic continuously for 28 days.
This will allow you to focus on recovery, which is your priority.
You can apply for a family/ medical leave or paid time off while undergoing rehab.
An outpatient rehab, on the other hand, can allow you to continue work and stay at home while you attend the scheduled rehab sessions.
Some companies also provide confidential employee assistance programs in which you can attend rehab counselling and confidential assessments while working, under the auspices of the company.
- Supportive Community
- Genuine Love and Concern
- Supervised Detox
- Inpatient rehab program
- Holistic therapy
- One to One Dialogue
- Group Sessions
- Aftercare Support
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