Drug & Alcohol Rehab Options In Evesham
How do you heal yourself?
You’ve suffered a tremendous amount of pain with your addiction.
You carry its weight on your shoulders every day. You can’t seem to find a way to unload it.
At Abbeycare, we have an effective rehab programme that deals with problematic alcohol or drug misuse.
At Abbeycare, we provide:
- Supervised Detoxification
- Full Structured Residential Rehabilitation Program (In-patient care)
- Holistic Therapy
- 12 step treatment
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
- After Treatment Planning
A Personalised Structured Treatment Approach
Why do we love the structured style of treatment so much?
Because it works.
At Abbeycare, we know that a solid and structured rehabilitation program gives you the essential skills to build your own recovery toolkit.
Personalising rehab treatments are crucial to recovery because every person experience addiction different from another person.
There is no “one-size-fits all” approach. Because everybody recovers differently, your treatment plan will be shaped according to your needs.
Upon admission, you will be assigned a Case Manager who will personally oversee your treatment.
You can talk to your Case Manager openly—your concerns, no matter how trivial, will be heard.
How To Get Into Rehab
Dial direct on 01603 513 091.
You will be instantly connected to our admissions team. Unlike other places that give you a number to call, we are not a referral service. Your call is important to us because we know how much courage it took to dial the number.
We won’t keep you waiting.
During the call, we’ll do a check on the current state you are in. Don’t hesitate to tell us what you need so we can figure out the best care options for you
After 24 to 48 hours, you should be on your way to our centre near Evesham.
The first step for an effective treatment plan is assisted detox. This is the initial phase of our in-patient rehab program in which you will be monitored by staff while quitting alcohol or drugs.
Since withdrawal effects vary, we will keep a close watch at how you are doing.
Depending on your state, our Practitioners may prescribe medications such as Chlordiazepoxide for alcohol withdrawal, or medications such as Buprenorphine for opiate withdrawal.
We will teach you a new way of thinking and dealing with your substance abuse problem utilising methods in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy which include:
- Revealing Your Core Beliefs
- Reality Testing Irrational Beliefs
- Mindfulness Exercises
- Revising Destructive Beliefs
- Journaling Thoughts and Behaviours
- Modelling Positive Behaviour
In addition, we advocate the 12 Step Program, and we integrate this approach in our therapeutic approach. Experts in addiction treament beleive that:
- The 12 Step Program is helpful for those in addiction because it targets topics such as low self-esteem and external sense of control.
- People with dual abuse or multi-abuse issues benefit from the program because they can openly discuss about their problems with the community.
- If you decide to intervene early in the addiction process by using a 12 Step program, you are likely to maintain sobriety.
After you settle in your room, we will conduct a short assessment.
You are going to do some medical tests, and then we will wait a bit for the results.
We commence detox after the results come in and we make sure that you have the right medicines to make withdrawal less painful.
It is very important that we get the dosage and medication right, as we don’t want you to feel worse than you are already feeling.
Let’s face it, withdrawal is tough, and there’s nothing sorrier doing it alone, with no one to help you. At our clinic, there will be people you can approach if you feel terrible.
Twenty-four hours a day, all days of the year, we are on call. It’s not easy asking for help, so you don’t need to say much. We understand what you need.
After the detox period, and when you start feeling better, we’ll dive right in to the therapy programs.
You are encouraged to join as many activities as you can. Usually, you will have two to three activities planned for the day.
The first few days after detox will mean a lot of changes. This is the intensive phase of rehab, and you will be expected to do some serious work.
We understand that this period is quite tough, especially if it is your first time in rehab.
That is why we encourage you openly communicate with your Case Manager and therapists.
Our staff members are experts at handling different types of people with different ways of communicating their troubles.
We understand that sometimes you will have so much emotion and negative energy, and you may be “out of control”.
We support your process of change, and we are guided with the steps learned in our therapy techniques.
In Abbeycare, we also give you the support you need after completing the inpatient program.
We help you stay on track by linking you to mutual support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous and SMART Recovery.
Together with your therapist, we will make an Aftercare Strategy, which will cover the following topics:
- How to deal with stressors
- How to identify relapse triggers
- Cognitive strategies to stay sober
- Getting back after minor slips
- Identifying people who are “enablers”
- Family dynamics that can hinder recovery
- What to do with drug and alcohol cravings
We will plan your follow-up consultations, your future meetings in support groups, and we will be available if you need further treatment.
- How far is your centre from Evesham?
We are around 45 mins from Evesham to our Gloucester rehab clinic. We serve clients UK-wide.
- Do you have doctors?
Yes, we do. Our medical staff supervises the detoxification programs.
- How much time do I need to be in rehab?
A typical stay lasts 2-4 weeks. But we have to take into account your individual needs and the severity of your addiction.
- Can I have visitors?
Visits are normally once per week, and take place at weekends. We can discuss the current scheduling when chatting through your needs, during our first call together.
- What happens after rehab?
We will create a plan together so that you can continue your new sober life-style. We have strong links with mutual support groups around Evesham.
Serving Evesham & Surrounding Areas, including: