Drug & Alcohol Rehab Newport
Alcohol and drug addiction is painful.
You do not want to suffer any more, but it seems like you can’t rid yourself of it.
Here at Abbeycare, we will help you go through the process of change step by step.
What we offer is a complete rehab program that will equip you to live sober.
Our clinic is located at The Hygrove, near Newport. Here, we set up an atmosphere conducive to healing.
- Medically assisted detox & rehab
- 24/7 Care
- Personalised care plan
- Individual keywork sessions
- Group therapy
- Holistic therapy
- Personalised Rehab Treatment Plan
- Treatment Aftercare Plan
All our treatment options are CQC approved.
Dial direct on 01603 513 091 to inquire about our services.
What Happens When You Call For Rehab
When you call our direct line for rehab Newport, you will be instantly in touch with our admissions team.
Abbeycare is not a referral service unlike other centres.
We’ll do an initial assessment during the call. We would be asking you a few questions to determine your current state so that we will know how to serve you best.
Please ask anything that comes to mind, we’ll be glad to help.
Once you’ve decided to join us, you should be on the way to the clinic within 24-48 hours after the call.
From Newport, it would not take long to reach The Hygrove.
We can also arrange transport for you, if desired (costs apply).
How Abbeycare Helps
After settling in your room, we need to do some brief medical checks before getting started with detox.
Detox is the initial phase of your rehab stay.
The medically-assisted detox programme is a 24/7 supervised schedule that will successfully help you transition from an addicted state to a withdrawal state.
We help minimise withdrawal symptoms by prescribing you adequate and safe medicines.
Nothing is worse than having to go through detox alone, so make sure to ask us if you feel any discomfort.
The most difficult time for detox is the first three days, and during that time, we will be there to monitor your progress closely.
Some serious withdrawal symptoms include:
In addition, we are big believers of the 12 Step Program, and we integrate this approach in our therapeutic approach.
During detox you may experience:
- Tremors (including Delirium Tremens)
- Gastrointestinal upsets
It’s our job to make your detox experience a bit more comfortable, as negative experiences during detox affects how you will feel about alcohol recovery later.
Our medical staff will be on standby in the duration of this period.
After detox, you slowly be urged to join therapy sessions.
Usually, there are two or three on-going group therapy sessions each day including:
- Individual Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Holistic Therapy
- 12 Step Programs
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
You may gravitate towards certain types of therapies and therapists.
Work with who you are comfortable with, or who challenge you the most.
As your treatment plan is personalised, you do not have to follow certain types of therapies if they are not aligned to your values.
- The 12 Step Program is helpful for women 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.
Rehab is just the beginning of your Sober Living journey.
After an intense inpatient experience, you will have to deal with the challenges of environments that can trigger relapse.
At Abbeycare, we will help you identify and deal with your relapse triggers.
We believe that to be successful in beating addiction, we must acknowledge that there are threats to recovery.
We will continually monitor your progress, provide you with resources to manage stress, and equip you with a winner’s mindset.
We will also help with:
- Time and locations of mutual support group meetings
- Names and contact numbers of people you can call during challenging times
- Creating a plan to deal with cravings
- Steps to follow if you have a minor slip-up
Part of our aftercare services is helping you establish connections, so you are not alone at your worst time.
We have links to Mutual Support Groups that you can access in and around Newport.
- How should I prepare for rehab?
Decide that you want to live differently from the life you have now. Then be practical and pack your bags.
Bring a few changes of clothes, exercise gear (as we have exercise facilities), toiletries, a maximum of £50 cash and and identification.
You’ll receive a full booking confirmation email with all the details of your booking.
- How long does rehab take?
An approximate stay would take four weeks, but everybody’s circumstances are different. Please find out more about the details during the assessment call.
- Do I have to join Alcoholics Anonymous?
No, if you do not want to. One of the therapeutic approaches we use is the 12 Step Program.
This approach has been found to be effective in treating alcohol and drug abuse, but our 12 Step Program is not Alcoholics Anonymous (AA).
Some people find the 12 Step program useful even if they are not members of AA.
Some people do not like using the 12 Step program and choose Cognitive Behaviour Therapy methods instead. It really depends on your preferences.
- What is a Case Manager in Rehab and why do I need one?
Because we want to specifically target your problems, we assign you a case manager upon your admission in rehab.
He or she will personally supervise your progress.
It takes a little bit of getting used to, especially if you’ve been recovering alone, but in this process, you need all the help that you can. The Case Manager can be a person you can turn to for support if at first you don’t feel like joining others in group sessions.
- Can I bring prescribed medication?
If you are taking medications, please bring them in the original prescription bottle. Communicate your health concern with our medical staff, so we can coordinate your intake.
Serving Newport & Surrounding Areas, including:
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