Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Telford
Addiction can negatively affect all aspects of a person’s life.
Its detrimental impact extends to family, friends and society in general.
If left untreated, addiction can lead to homelessness, broken homes, depression, and premature death.
Addiction, however, is a disease that can be stopped if the right steps are taken.
Abbeycare Clinic can help you with your addiction.
Our rehab Telford clinic can facilitate physical and psychological withdrawal from alcohol and substance misuse.
We will help determine and address the underlying reasons for drug /alcohol addiction.
And, we’ll teach you how to live a healthy, happy, and enjoyable life free from addiction.
Options for addiction assistance in Telford or rehab Telford clinics are limited.
If you are lucky to get assistance, you could be on a waiting list for at least 18 months before you get treatment.
If you live in Telford and need addiction assistance, private treatment options are available.
Abbeycare clinic serving Telford provides a safe and professionally managed inpatient rehab programme, in a comfortable and relaxing environment.
Everyone deserves a second chance – a professional Rehab
Everyone deserves a second chance because all life is valuable.
No human life is disposable.
You are valuable as a person regardless of how you think.
Addiction can rob individuals of a healthy sense of self-esteem.
Actions individuals take during active addiction do not define who they are.
Everybody makes mistakes.
All of us are on a continuous journey to improving our lives.
Addiction recovery, for the long term, is possible.
If you want to conquer addiction, we can chat through the options for you. 01603 513 091
Addiction Changes Personality
Addiction does not change your value as a person.
However, it can change your values as a person.
Here are personality or behaviour changes that you will notice about someone with an addiction problem.
- indifference or apathy in activities and hobbies that the person used to be interested in.
- abandoning previous close relationships with family or friends
- failing to meet responsibilities like study or work
- readiness or disposition to take risks to get or buy drugs.
- disregarding the harmful outcomes of one’s actions
- the inclination to lie, hide or keep something related to addiction underhand
- abnormal sleeping patterns like sleeping during the day and waking up for over 24 hours, which could lead to chronic fatigue
- alienation or distancing oneself from loved ones.
If you are suffering addiction, the value of drugs and alcohol outweighs everything else including your own life.
Committing to Change
Regardless of what, where or how expensive the rehab programme that you undergo, your personal commitment to change will make or break your successful treatment and recovery.
Here are steps on how to commit a change.
Find your motivation.
Your motivation is the reason why you are changing.
You need to define and establish your goal for changing or getting sober.
Are you doing this for your family, your parents, and your children or for yourself?
Build a support network
When you succumbed to addiction, you alienate yourself from the people who love you.
When battling addiction, you are not alone.
You need the support of your family and friends.
If you don’t have family and friends, you can surely find in Abbeycare community.
In Abbeycare, you have the whole community behind you in your fight against addiction.
Know yourself and grow strong
During rehab, you will learn a great deal about yourself.
You will know your strengths and weaknesses.
You will also learn strategies and skills on how to cope with stress.
You need to hone and develop these strategies and skills to achieve life-long sobriety
Keep an eye on relapse
A great majority of people going through recovery have relapsed after treatment.
It is therefore important to be mindful of signs or temptations for relapse.
If you relapse, don’t see it’s as a failure but as a part of your recovery process then stick to your recovery plan.
Long Term Effects of Addiction
The long-term life consequences of addiction are serious.
However, addicted individuals underestimate them in favour of carrying on their bad habits.
Some of them are permanent.
Others need time to repair.
Here are some long-term effects of addiction that you need to confront while on recovery.
- Health issues especially from infectious diseases
- Illiteracy due to dropping out of school or poor grades
- Broken relationships with family and friends
- Bad reputation
- Homelessness for getting evicted
- Jail time for your misdemeanours.
- loss of children/ parental rights
Recovery in Abbeycare
There are different ways to help yourself or someone you know with an addiction problem.
You can learn about substance abuse and treatment, express concern or provide an atmosphere or environment that is free from drugs or alcohol.
However, the best way to help is to get access to addiction treatment.
Abbeycare offers a comprehensive treatment programme that includes:
- Safe Detoxification
- Supportive community
- Individually assigned expert
- Continuous monitoring and care
- Emotional and Practical Support
- Aftercare Planning
Call us on now 01603 513 091 for more information.
- What Should I Know Before Calling a Helpline?
You can call the Abbeycare helpline number anytime you need to or whenever you are ready.
To facilitate faster assessment, however, it might help if you can immediately provide the following information:
- Type of Drugs Use
- Addiction to history
- Any psychological condition e.g depression
- Any medical conditions e.g. heart problems, diabetes, pregnancy, etc.
- Insurance, if any
What Are Fellowship Support Group Meetings?
These are meetings of people from all walks of life, who voluntarily join together to meet and share their experiences about their addiction.
Some people share.
Others just listen and keep quiet.
Still, others are just happy to be in the group to have company while living a life of recovery.
- How many days are recommended for someone to be in rehab?
Intensive inpatient rehab is at least 28 days.
This is the least number of days for one to complete and substantially fulfil the different stages of treatment namely, detox, counselling and skills building and aftercare program.
While the rehab programme is only for a month, recovery takes a life-long commitment to achieve.
Serving Rehab in Telford & Surrounding Areas, including: