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Addiction is a widespread problem in today???s society, many people find themselves crossing the line into an addiction for all kinds of reasons. If you are struggling with your drinking or using you are certainly not alone.

Thankfully there are many different treatment methods for addressing addiction available today. There are a number of expert alcohol and drug rehabs in Leicestershire which will help you recover from addiction. Most practitioners agree that the best solution to active addiction is a residential rehab programme. Rehab programmes are designed to enable you to overcome your addiction and to create a healthy and enjoyable life.

The Facts about Rehabilitation

We understand addiction as an illness, and like any other illness, addiction requires the correct treatment. A tailored, research-based, residential rehab programme is currently considered the most successful way of treating addiction. It is far easier to recover in a nurturing and therapeutic rehab than at home surrounded by triggers and the pressures of outside life.

The therapeutic value of recovering within a community of like-minded people cannot be overstated. From having people there who have experienced the same kind of detox, to going to having people to relate to through the therapeutic part of the programme, the companionship of peers in the programme is a really healing force. The friendships formed in rehab will often last for many years.

In addition to having friends and peers in the programme to help and support you, you will also have expert support from a 24-hour staff team. This support will be emotional, physical and mental. You will see a consultant on the first day of your admission to rehab who will be able to provide you will a medical detox. There will be trained and passionate therapists and experienced and caring support staff dedicated to helping you get into lasting recovery.

The first step in your rehabilitation process will be to detox your mind and body from your drug or drink of choice. Following this, you will have the opportunity to explore the reasons behind your addiction and develop skills which will help you to live a happy and successful life, free from drugs and drink.

Because emotions are often a trigger for people to use, rehab will focus on managing feelings in a safe and constructive way. Ultimately the aim of rehab is to enable you to build a sober life in which you can flourish in every way.

What rehab Programmes Can I Experience in Leicestershire?

Each rehab will offer a slightly different programme. These programmes will usually be a blend of individual and group counselling tailored to your particular circumstances, requirements and goals. In the Leicestershire area there are rehabs offering:

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Person Centred Therapy
  • Group therapy
  • One-to-one therapy
  • 12 Step work
  • Regular sessions with a counsellor
  • Skills workshops
  • Holistic treatments
  • Family groups
  • Group activities
  • Gender Groups
  • Health and Fitness programme
  • Relapse Preventions
  • Aftercare Groups

Yes detoxing and going to rehab can seem like a daunting prospect but the drug and alcohol rehabs in Leicestershire are equipped to support you at every step of the way. Rehab will give you the chance to build on your natural strengths, like resilience and courage. You will look at ways to build safe and healthy relationships, and how to foster feelings of peace, safety and security without the use of drugs and alcohol. Changing can be scary, but you can do it.

The Detox Process

Attempting to stop using an addictive chemical abruptly and without help can be both dangerous and very uncomfortable. For these reasons, you will be seen by a doctor on the first day of your admission to rehab so that they can prescribe you a medical detox where necessary. There will be support available 24 hours a day.

Am I Addicted?

Traditionally addicts have been thought of as weak-willed or as being bad people in some way, but today we understand addiction from a medical perspective. Addiction is an illness, a neurological disorder, that it is characterized by an inability to choose to stop using.

Though addiction can leave you without the power to stop or moderate their using, powerless over your addiction, with the right help it is possible to take responsibility for your recovery. You will never have to use again. Often deciding whether or not you have crossed the line into addiction can be quite confusing. It may be useful to ask yourself some questions about how your using is affecting your life.

  • Are you able to moderate your drinking or using?
  • Are you able to stop drinking and using entirely for a while?
  • Do you find yourself drinking and using even though you had planned not to?
  • Do you suffer withdrawal symptoms when you don???t have a drink or a drug?

Often addicts experience terrible consequences as a result of their addiction. Addiction takes over people???s lives and the consequences ripple out to affect the lives of friends, family, and society in general.

Addiction is often referred to as a progressive disease, meaning that over time it gets worse and worse, as do the consequences ??? you may find yourself more unable to hold down your job or maintain your relationships.

The Twelve Step Groups after Rehab

Twelve step groups can be very useful for people in recovery. There are plenty of meetings available in the Leicestershire area including:

1. Alcoholics Anonymous: Sobriety Friday: Friday 19:30: Methodist Church, Bishop St, Leicester

2. Alcoholics Anonymous: Newcomers Meeting: Thursday 12:00: Quality of Life Roman House, 7a Cumberland St, Leicester

3. Alcoholics Anonymous: Tuesday Meeting: Tuesday 19:45: Friends Meeting House, Queens Road, Victoria Park Road, Leicester

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Is rehab confidential?

There will be a strict policy of confidentiality that all staff are regularly trained in. Usually, all information about your treatment, including whether or not you are a resident in rehab, will only be disclosed to those named on a list that you have given to staff.

What happens in one-to-one counselling?

One-to-one counselling sessions will usually last for fifty minutes to one hour and will be between you and your focal counsellor. During these sessions, your counsellor will listen and help you to share, process, accept and heal. You may be given exercises to practice in between sessions.

What happens in Group therapy?

Group therapy sessions will usually consist of a group of peers in the programme and a counsellor and maybe also a support worker. The counsellor will facilitate the group. In these sessions, you will benefit from hearing the insights and experience of your peers and share your insights and experiences with the group.

How much will treatment cost?

Those who are able to privately fund their rehab program will probably find that there is little or even no waiting list prior to assessment and admission.

You may be eligible for NHS funding. To find out about an NHS funded place in rehab the first port of call should be a visit to your GP who will then refer you to local drug and alcohol services in the Leicestershire area.

What about my family?

Addiction has consequences for the friends and family of the addict. If you are a family member of an addict that is in rehab you will usually be invited to attend ???family groups??? ??? therapeutic groups which focus on healing the familial relationship in a way that supports the addict’s ongoing recovery.

The rehabs in Leicestershire are also here to support you as family members and friends of the resident. ??You are always welcome to call a staff member to see how your family member is doing and to talk through any concerns or feelings you may have.

Following the detox period, residents in rehab are able to have visitors, usually visiting hours on the weekend. You will also be able to call to speak to residents, usually in the evenings.

What happens after rehab?

After completing your programme at one of the Leicestershire rehabs you will be offered ongoing aftercare. This may come in the form of secondary residential treatment in the form of ???dry??? houses, where you will live with peers and be supported by a key worker. You may be offered up to a year of aftercare groups and meetings with your peers and a counsellor from your primary rehab, this will really help you to put into practice all the things you have learned whilst in treatment.

Where appropriate your own GP will be provided with all relevant discharge information so your care can continue when you get home. Everyone living in the property will be sober and you will receive some support from a key worker. You will also have an extensive relapse prevention plan that you will have devised alongside your counsellor.

What is relapse prevention?

Whilst in rehab you will work on a thorough relapse prevention plan which will include steps to take when you find yourself in triggering situations. This plan will also contain ideas to keep you in recovery like attending the Leicestershire area Alcoholics and Narcotics Anonymous meetings, a comprehensive list of meetings is available on their UK websites.

You will no longer have to face your addiction alone. Please get in touch with our addiction experts if you would like to learn more.

We offer dedicated local treatment across Leicestershire??including Oadby, Wigston, Market Harborough, Shepshed,??Leicester,??Coalville,??Hinckley,??Loughborough,??Lutterworth, Earl Shilton, and??Melton Mowbray.