Drug & Alcohol Rehab Stratford Upon Avon
At our rehab centre near Stratford Upon Avon, we offer a full range of services for people who want to be free from alcohol or drug addiction.
All our treatment options are CQC approved.
Our therapy methods include:
- 12 Step Programme
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
- Holistic Therapy
- Individual Counselling
- Group Therapy
Abbeycare The Hygrove is set in 45 acres of land.
With the cool, refreshing air of the countryside, you can recuperate in a relaxed atmosphere.
We have a garden and a fishing lake in the grounds—some clients like to paint and meditate in these spots.
Our ensuite rooms are spacious and well-ventilated. Nothing stuffy here!
We encourage new friendships, so we make sure our communal rooms and lounges feel comfortable to everyone.
We can accommodate up to 31 guests in total.
Why Choose Us?
Everybody experiences stress in their lives.
Some people cope better than others.
Our experiences of stress and our coping mechanisms can lead us to have successful and productive lives. But some people have problems coping.
One negative way of coping is through addiction to substances.
At our clinic serving Stratford-Upon-Avon, we acknowledge the fact that addiction is a complex issue.
It is also experienced differently by each person. We believe in personalised treatment because:
- It will help you identify which of your qualities suit a therapeutic approach best.
- We want to work on your personal strengths, as we get more positive results this way.
- Personalised treatments lessen the chance of getting stuck in a mode of therapy that does not work
- You will have a more informed and in-depth understanding of your triggers and your relapse indicators.
We believe that with the right help, you can be who you want to be, addiction-free and living life with renewed energy.
We know you can do your best if you are equipped with the right techniques.
You may be in active addiction now, but you are not hopeless. Please take the next step and join us in our rehab Stratford Upon Avon.
Steps in Treatment: Stratford-Upon-Avon
After placing your call, we’ll do an initial assessment. After 24-48 hours, if you decide to join us, you should be on your way to rehab.
Staff will be expecting you to arrive in the day we agreed upon.
After settling in your room, you need to do some medical tests before we commence the medically-assisted detox programme.
We will also be asking you some questions so we can have a better picture of your present condition.
We start the detox process soon afterwards.
In order to make withdrawal comfortable, we will prescribe medicines proven to help you feel better.
The most difficult time for detox is the first three days, and during that time, we will monitor your progress closely.
Some common withdrawal symptoms include headaches, nausea, and stomach upsets.
Alcohol disrupts the sleep cycle. During withdrawal, this could mean having problems sleeping or staying asleep.
Some people also have tremors and maintaining their balance. Other serious withdrawal symptoms are Delirium Tremens and Grand Mal seizures.
If you have high blood pressure or heart problems, you will need to be monitored closely, as withdrawal can complicate your existing problem.
It is accepted knowledge that prolonged use of alcohol weakens the heart muscles, making the heart less efficient in pumping blood.
You can call us twenty-four hours a day, all days of the week if you are in discomfort.
It’s our job to make your detox experience a bit more comfortable.
Withdrawal can be tough, and there’s nothing worse than doing it without anybody to help you.
Don’t hesitate to ask for help.
After detox, we will begin with the drug/alcohol rehab programme and therapy sessions. In the centre, you are encouraged to join as many activities as you can.
Usually, there are two or three on-going group therapy sessions, individual sessions and holistic therapy sessions going on each day.
Depending on your personalised care plan, you will be invited to take part in certain types of therapies
Home Detox Option In Stratford Upon Avon
If going to an addiction rehab centre is not an option, you can inquire about our home detox programme.
We have a stricter screening program for clients who wish to avail of this type of help because our safety requirements are high.
We firmly believe that detox should be safe and effective. We want to make sure it is the best choice for you.
If you are interested in home detox, please ask about it during the initial call.
Structured Programme (In-patient)
Staying in our treatment centre to experience rehabilitation means you are giving yourself the chance to immerse yourself in a lifestyle of sober living.
We take away the triggers and the “using” friends.
We take away the environmental stressors, the access to the substances, and the many unconscious things that influence you use.
When you go for an in-patient addiction treatment programme, you are giving yourself a clean break from all things that are detrimental to your health.
The activities in the centre will ground you, and help you gain new insights into your troublesome behaviour.
We aim to give you ideas about how to cope better with life. You’ve been living with a substance abuse habit…and these habits need to be replaced with new ones.
We have successfully treated people like you.
Our in-depth program not only treats the symptoms but also the underlying issues that made you addicted in the first place.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Are you a referral service?
No we are not. When you call, you are going to speak directly to a member of our admissions team at Abbeycare.
- What things do I need to bring to rehab?
Please pack clothes, exercise wear, comfortable footwear.
You can also bring your mobile phone.
- How long does rehab take?
During your call, we will make an initial assessment, so we can personalise a plan for you.
We’ll come up with a range of time you can stay that is optimal to your recovery.
Serving Stratford Upon Avon & Surrounding Areas, including:
|Old Town||Clopton||Bishopston Hill|
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