Addiction recovery experts agree that someone struggling with drugs or alcohol cannot be helped until he or she truly wants to be helped. We could not agree more. Having said that, the fact that you are visiting our website suggests that you might be looking for drug or alcohol rehab in Daventry. If so, one call to our 24-hour addiction recovery helpline can get you started.
Addiction Helper understands how difficult it can be to reach out for help with drugs or alcohol. Abuse and addiction can cloud your thinking, cause you great fear, or even make you so ashamed of yourself that it is too difficult to reach out. We urge you to take that step and at least let us try to help you. So many others have already successfully completed recovery after calling our helpline; is it not worth a try? We want you to know that we have your best interests at heart. We do what we do because we know that some individuals fail to reach out for alcohol and drug rehab in Daventry because they do not know where to turn. We want to make sure that everyone in need of help has a way to access it quickly and easily.
When you call our helpline, you will speak with a compassionate and knowledgeable counsellor who will give you free advice, a comprehensive assessment of your circumstances and referrals to the options available in terms of rehab in Daventry. If you need assistance making admission arrangements, our counsellor can help with that as well.
You Need Drug or Alcohol Rehab in Daventry?
Substance abuse and addiction are problems that are nearly impossible to overcome on your own. Very few people succeed in recovery without receiving professional treatment. If you are struggling with drugs or alcohol, let us help you find the treatment you need through a private clinic, an alcohol or drug charity, a support group or another service provider. We maintain up-to-date information on all of the treatment options in relation to alcohol and drug rehab in Daventry.
Substance misuse and abuse may be treatable by way of an outpatient programme combining prescription medicines, counselling and 12-step work. We have access to outpatient programmes from the NHS and local charities. If such a treatment is right for you, we will refer you to the appropriate organisations.
Nevertheless, we believe that alcoholics and drug addicts will likely be better served through a residential programme lasting between 6 and 12 weeks. Residential drug and alcohol rehab in Daventry includes staying at the treatment facility throughout the duration. In so doing, you will be receiving concentrated and focused care in a distraction free environment. This hastens recovery by allowing you to focus all of your energies on getting well.
Inpatient treatment is the best way to achieve a long-term successful recovery in the quickest timeframe. That being said, inpatient rehab does not suit everyone. There are some who would not benefit from this type of programme as they would find it difficult to be away from their loved ones for any length of time. Others have commitments at work that might make it impossible for them to take so much time off. These individuals would require an outpatient programme instead, where they can get on with everyday life while also dealing with their recovery.
You Can Recover with Alcohol or Drug Rehab
All of the clinics we work with are certified and licenced for addiction recovery. They offer medically supervised detox along with the use of prescription medications where appropriate. As far as psychotherapeutic treatments are concerned, these are designed and implemented by trained therapists with years of addiction recovery experience. A bespoke treatment plan will be developed for you when you seek treatment at a residential clinic.
We believe bespoke treatments are the best option in most cases. Why? Because people are different. What might work well for one person is not guaranteed to work for you. You need a treatment plan customised to your circumstances.
Bespoke treatment plans are designed around the needs and circumstances of the individual. Every patient can expect to receive a plan that can be quickly and easily altered if needed. These programmes tend to include a combination of traditional therapies such as individual counselling, group therapy and 12-step work with holistic treatments such as yoga, massage and art therapy. They are designed to treat the whole person and not just the illness.