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Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Morley

Learn about drug and alcohol rehab and detox in Morley. The rehab clinic offers a robust admissions process and supervised detox and evidence-based treatments.

    Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Morley

    Are you fed up with spending so much time and energy focused on getting drugs? Perhaps you’re starting to worry about the way your health is deteriorating because you just can’t cut out the alcohol.

    113 people died due to alcohol in Leeds in 2020.[1] The year before, it was reported that a gang was running an illegal fentanyl lab in Morley that was linked to a “huge spike” in fentanyl deaths.[2] It’s an area ridden with substance use and its harrowing effects.

    There comes a point during your substance use journey when you’re ready to quit. The problem is, though, that by this time it’s probably not easy to do so.

    If you’ve been struggling to stop substances, then this is one of the main signs that you need professional help.

    At a drug and alcohol rehab in Morley, you get all the help and treatments needed to achieve sobriety and live a healthy life.

    Start your recovery journey today by calling our expert team to access drug & alcohol rehab in Morley on 0800 088 66 86

    Start the first step of recovery today

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    You can get substance misuse support in Morley almost immediately. It really depends on what you’re willing to try and what your needs are.

    Private treatment offers the most in terms of an individualised approach and gives you a range of options.

    Call the Rehab Recovery team for a chat if you’d like to know what’s available. We advise people every day on rehab support options.

    We also help people make rehab comparisons so they can find the one most suited to their specific addiction, severity, and their financial budget.

    One of our advisors can also refer you to the nearest clinic of your choice.

    Do I have an addiction?

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    When people first experiment with drugs and alcohol they never set out with the intent of developing a life-long addiction. No one wants that. It’s a serious and complex illness that’s widely misunderstood and stigmatised.

    In truth, for many addictions are unavoidable. Though many people don’t develop them, for those who do they’re incredibly destructive.

    People with addictions tend to have experienced traumatic events, mental health issues, other family members with addiction, genetic predispositions, and low self-esteem.

    There’s usually a fine line between a person having recreational substance use and problematic. This, along with comparing yourself to others who are “worse”, keeps people in denial of addictive behaviours for many years.

    There are signs, though, that makes it clear that drug and alcohol use disorders have developed. These include:

    • Craving alcohol or drugs and thinking about them often
    • Losing interest in activities other than those that include alcohol and drugs
    • Feeling as though you can’t face a day without substances
    • Hiding your substance use from others, or lying about it
    • Experiencing withdrawal symptoms when you stop using
    • Experiencing mental or physical ill health alongside substance use
    • Developing a tolerance means you’re increasing how much you’re drinking or taking

    Addiction and substance use services in Morley

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    The NHS offers outpatient care in drug and alcohol services in Morley. At these, you get a substance abuse worker who might offer you the odd one-to-one.

    As well as this there are weekly group sessions and a needle exchange. It’s a good option for those who want a more casual approach to support.

    For people who are ready to quit substances now and have moderate to severe addictions then a drug and alcohol rehab in Morley is the best option. You stay at the clinic as an inpatient, get a personalised treatment programme, and learn all the skills needed to manage cravings and build a meaningful sober life.

    Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous groups are available in Morley and other parts of Leeds as well. These are peer-led groups that work on the basis of healing through social connection and following the 12 Steps.

    Start your recovery journey today by calling our expert team to access drug & alcohol rehab in Morley on 0800 088 66 86

    What are the benefits of a drug and alcohol rehab in Morley?

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    A private clinic for drug and alcohol addiction comes with a wide range of benefits.

    It’s useful to be aware of these and to make comparisons between clinics to help you choose the right one:

    • A supportive environment that is safe and totally substance-free.
    • Clinics quite often have specialist areas. Some specialise in 12 Step approaches, some in medical detoxes, others in holistic treatments etc.
    • You’ll receive evidence-based treatments that are proven to be effective in treating addiction and the associated thoughts and behaviours. Psychological therapies are essential for developing long-lasting coping mechanisms.
    • 24-hour care and an expert team of staff are on-hand to support you when you need it.
    • Medically-assisted detoxes for those who have developed physical dependence.
    • Aftercare interventions address the risk of relapse and support you to maintain abstinence.

    Therapeutic and alternative support at rehab

    At rehab, you get a range of effective treatments shown to help people to become sober and to remain so.

    Your treatment programme will include some or all of the following:

    • Motivational interviewing is where you’ll talk to a therapist about your reservations about quitting alcohol and drugs. It’s also where you’ll say the things you like about substances. It’s from these discussions that you’ll eventually discover why it is that you truly want to quit and recover.
    • Dialectical behavioural therapy is for people who struggle to manage their emotions. It’s where you learn to emotionally regulate. This helps minimise cravings when you’re facing difficult circumstances. It’s also useful in helping people who have mental health issues and post-traumatic stress disorders.
    • Cognitive behavioural therapy is where you’ll learn how to change your thinking. This is essential in order to change your behaviour. It’s where you’ll develop self-control and useful tools.
    • Counselling is where you’ll grow in self-awareness and resilience. The therapist will help you reach a space of deep understanding which will help you to grow positively in the future.

    Group sessions and why they’re important in the recovery

    Psychosocial interventions are really important in recovery. In them, you learn to adapt yourself and come to a place of deep meaningful change.

    As well as the individual therapies above, you’ll take part in group therapies at rehab.

    The treatment of alcohol use is notoriously connected with the 12 Steps and drug treatment has long since followed the same route. This is because of how effective group work is at reducing the isolation associated with addiction and how the connection is synonymous with healing.

    At rehab, 12 Step and SMART groups take place regularly.

    Medical detox at a drug and alcohol rehab in Morley

    If you’re heroin or alcohol dependent, then you’ll need to have a medically-assisted detox at rehab. A doctor will assess you and any symptoms you may have.

    Withdrawal symptoms include:

    The treatment of alcohol dependence, or heroin addiction requires a seven to fourteen-day detox. Librium is prescribed for alcohol use and Subutex for heroin.

    These medications reduce symptoms and keep you safe. The dosage is gradually reduced over fourteen days to the point you’re free of substances.

    Rehab aftercare services

    On treatment completion at rehab, you’ll move into the aftercare service where relapse prevention is key. You’ll have a plan in place to follow that helps keep you focused on sobriety and guides you on what to do if you’re struggling.

    Your relapse prevention plan will include:

    • Who to contact if you’re struggling
    • What to do if you relapse
    • Coping mechanisms and grounding techniques
    • Goals to focus on and how to go about achieving them
    • A reminder of any ongoing outpatient support
    • Alumni group information

    Start your recovery journey today by calling our expert team to access drug & alcohol rehab in Morley on 0800 088 66 86

    The cost of treatment at a drug and alcohol rehab in Morley

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    Treatment at a drug and alcohol rehab in Morley costs money. You can talk to our team about this to get more clear guidance around costs and how people tend to fund their placement.

    Throughout the UK, there are clinics that are budget-friendly and those that offer luxury environments. You can pay anywhere from £1,000 a week to £10,000 a week depending on where you go.

    This money covers accommodation, food, any necessary medication, expert therapists and therapeutic resources. Opting for a single-occupancy room also increases the overall cost.

    How long would I stay at a residential clinic?


    The most beneficial treatment takes time and dedication. It also takes time to break old habits and form new healthy ones. The majority of residents stay at clinics in inpatient care for around 28 days.

    There are those, however, who stay much longer. This is especially important for people with complex personal situations or co-occurring mental health conditions.

    In some cases, people receive treatment for around three months.

    How do I refer myself to rehab?

    If you’re ready to take the first step to a sober life and want to find out more about treatment at drug and alcohol rehab in Morley, contact the Rehab Recovery team. Either call us or drop us a message and we’ll call you back.

    We’ll answer any questions you have and help you find the most suitable clinic for your needs.

    We look forward to hearing from you today so you can start the healing journey as soon as possible.

    Start your recovery journey today by calling our expert team to access drug & alcohol rehab in Morley on 0800 088 66 86




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