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Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Stratford-upon-Avon

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

    Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Stratford-upon-Avon

    The damage that drug and alcohol abuse has caused within the United Kingdom in recent years cannot be overstated.

    Recent alcohol abuse figures from the ONS state that there were a total of 8,974 deaths directly related to alcohol in the UK in 2020 – equating to 14 deaths per 100,000 people.

    Illicit drugs are a huge problem as well. Official government statistics show that from 2016 to 2017, over 300,000 people in England aged 15 to 64 used one crack, opiates, or both.

    The most effective treatment for a substance abuse problem or addiction is attending a rehab clinic, which can provide treatment for every aspect of a person’s addiction problems.

    Rehab Recovery is a rehab referral service with an in-depth knowledge of the UK’s network of private rehab clinics. We are here to make it as easy as possible for you to get help.

    Whenever you are ready, you can call us on 0800 088 66 86 for free and confidential advice. If you’d like to know more before you call, have a read of the sections below.

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    What is Alcohol Addiction?

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    Alcohol addiction is a physical dependence upon alcohol. It goes to the extent that the person would experience moderate-to-severe withdrawal symptoms when stopping drinking.

    Alcoholics find it very difficult to go any significant length of time without drinking alcohol or thinking about ways to enable their drinking.

    It is an obsession that manifests both psychologically and physically, with the risk of dangerous and unpleasant withdrawal symptoms if going ‘cold turkey’ and stopping drinking without medical assistance.

    It is always best to treat alcohol addiction at residential rehab, where the person can detox safely and get the other help they need.

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    What is rehab?

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    Rehab clinics are places where a person can go to get comprehensive treatment for drug and/or alcohol addiction from a range of different professionals.

    At rehab, you can get a medically-supervised detox, be part of group therapy sessions, get clinical treatment for your addiction, and access other complementary activities.

    Most rehab clinics provide on-site accommodation so that patients can remain there for the duration of the treatment. This is referred to as ‘inpatient’ rehab.

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    Pre-rehab steps: Intervention

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    There is a mountain of evidence suggesting that rehab is a very effective method of treating addiction. However, a person can only get that help when they are ready to admit that they have a problem.

    A lot of people can stay in addiction denial for years before it finally becomes too much, and they accept that they need help. One way of speeding that process along is through intervention.

    We can provide detailed and free information on how to execute an addiction intervention for someone you love, whether you want to do it in the traditional way or through modern methods such as CRAFT intervention.

    If you are concerned that someone you care about is damaging themselves through their substance abuse, call us on 0800 088 66 86 for free and confidential advice.

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    How much does rehab cost in Stratford-upon-Avon?

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    Everyone has different needs when it comes to recovery, and each private rehab clinic has different pricing for its services.

    For example, high-end clinics in London, such as The Priory, cost up to £5000 per week -but most clinics are much more affordable.

    The average daily cost of private rehab treatment in the UK is £495 per day, but some clinics cost around £150 per day.

    Rehab Recovery can help you find a rehab solution that works for your budget. Call us on 0800 088 66 86 to get your consultation underway.

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    Is Drug and Alcohol Rehab on the NHS?

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    You can put your name down for a rehab spot through the NHS. However, there are usually long waiting lists for treatment, which will usually be ordered in terms of priority.

    On the other hand, getting private treatment through Rehab Recovery means you can begin treatment immediately once the financial side of things has been taken care of.

    How long does rehab last?

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    An entire course of residential drug & alcohol rehab in Stratford-upon-Avon usually lasts for about 28 days, which includes a seven to ten-day of detox where it is necessary.

    If the detox portion of your treatment takes a little longer than usual, then your total time at rehab may be slightly longer than 28 days.

    NHS vs Private Addiction Treatment

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    At Rehab Recovery, we only deal with private rehabs, meaning that treatment will always incur a cost that varies from clinic to clinic.

    However, there is always the option of trying to get treatment through the NHS, your local council, or another nonprofit organisation; this is known as ‘public rehab’.

    These clinics usually see people in order of priority and urgency on a case-by-case basis. Unfortunately, this means that most people will be on a waiting list for some time before starting their treatment.

    Nevertheless, these public clinics are held to a very high standard by various regulatory bodies, and you can get an excellent standard of treatment there.

    The only issue is that you will likely have to wait and also not have as much control over the type of clinic you receive treatment at as you would if going through us.

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    Inpatient or Outpatient Treatment in Stratford-upon-Avon

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    This is another thing to consider when looking at drug & alcohol rehab in Stratford-upon-Avon – whether you would be best attending rehab as an on-site resident (inpatient) or staying at home for the duration of rehab (outpatient).

    Anyone withdrawing from heroin, prescription opiates, benzodiazepines, or heavy alcohol abuse will need a supervised detox and, therefore, need to be an inpatient on site.

    However, those who are trying to get off other drugs, such as cocaine and ecstasy, or whose alcohol abuse is less severe (<25 units per day) may be suitable for outpatient rehab.

    You would need to live pretty close to the clinic to be eligible for outpatient treatment, as travelling a long distance to rehab could result in complications with your care.

    You would also need to have a relatively stable home life, as it is important to minimise distractions and stress factors while in recovery.

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    Alcohol detox & rehab in Stratford-upon-Avon

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    The perils of alcohol abuse are well known and can easily be observed on any high street at the weekend. However, that does not stop alcohol abuse from being widespread in the UK.

    Binge drinking is a massive part of popular culture in this country, which causes a lot of problems, including long-term alcohol addiction for many.

    If your drinking has become problematic, you should reach out for help as early as possible. The longer you stay in active addiction, the more potential damage can be caused to you and those around you.

    If your alcohol intake regularly exceeds 25 units per day, it would be best to attend rehab as an inpatient so you can have an adequately medicated and supervised detox.

    Call Rehab Recovery today on 0800 088 66 86 to start your free consultation and secure a place at drug & alcohol rehab in Stratford-upon-Avon.

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    Home alcohol detox

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    Some people with an alcohol problem may be able to detox in the comfort of their own home with the help of appropriate medication and guidance.

    This is called a home alcohol detox and is a service that we offer here at Rehab Recovery. It involves sending a medication called Librium out to you in the post with detailed instructions on use.

    However, this option is not for everyone. Those with a severe alcohol abuse problem (more than 25 units per day) will need to attend inpatient rehab for a monitored detox.

    This is one of the issues we can discuss with you during the telephone consultation stage. Call us on 0800 088 66 86 to explore whether home detox is a viable option for you.

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    Rehab for Cocaine in Stratford-upon-Avon

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    Cocaine is one of the most common illicit drugs in the UK. It gives the user an artificial feeling of confidence and sociability, making it popular in the nightlife scene.

    Although cocaine is seen as a ‘good time’ party drug, users can find themselves experiencing isolation, addiction, financial ruin, and despair in very little time at all.

    This is because the drug is highly addictive and expensive while also making many users obnoxious, antisocial, paranoid, and generally unpleasant to be around.

    If this has been the case for you or someone you care about, the best way to treat it is by seeking treatment at a dedicated rehab facility.

    Please call our 24-Hour Helpline:0800 140 4690.

    Rehab for Heroin in Stratford-upon-Avon

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    Although heroin use is highly taboo and stigmatised, it is still widespread in the UK, leading to many social and public health problems.

    Ac cycle of heroin abuse is challenging to stop, especially without medical assistance, due to the horrendous symptoms of heroin withdrawal.

    This can include muscle aches, intense anxiety, hypertension, and vomiting, among others. This is why it is so important to have medical supervision through your detox.

    This is only possible at inpatient rehab, where you can be monitored and have your well-being looked after before moving on to a medication and therapy programme.

    Although heroin recovery is hard-won, it is possible. Call us on 0800 088 66 86, and we can help you to get off heroin at a private drug & alcohol rehab in Stratford-upon-Avon.

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    Rehab for Cannabis in Stratford-upon-Avon

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    Cannabis is the most used illicit drug in the UK, and relaxed attitudes to the drug mean that prosecutions for cannabis possession are relatively rare.

    However, you should not fall for the myths that cannabis is a ‘harmless’ substance. In fact, it can contribute to a number of chronic mental health conditions.

    Long-term cannabis use can often result in paranoia, social withdrawal, and the exacerbation of existing mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, and OCD/Pure O.

    Although there is no such thing as a cannabis detox, cannabis addiction is still best treated at an inpatient rehab facility, where a person can get a variety of help to achieve cannabis-free future in recovery.

    Rehab Recovery can help you to get treatment for cannabis addiction at a great drug & alcohol rehab in Stratford-upon-Avon. Call 0800 088 66 86 for more information.

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    Types of therapies on offer in Stratford-upon-Avon

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    Addiction is complicated, and there are a lot of different factors to a person’s experience with substance abuse, from behavioural issues to trauma to medical history.

    That is why treating addiction requires a wide range of therapies and treatments, all of which can provide healing and understanding in their own particular way.

    Below we have laid out some of the different therapies and other activities you might experience in drug & alcohol rehab in Stratford-upon-Avon.

    Cognitive behavioural therapy

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    The human brain can often form negative and otherwise unhelpful thought patterns and mental associations with very little basis in reality.

    Cognitive behavioural therapy aims to challenge and disrupt unhealthy thought patterns that have developed over the years and replace them with a more positive outlook.

    CBT has all kinds of uses, from treating gambling problems to managing an eating disorder. It is used a lot in the context of drug & alcohol addiction treatment.

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    Dialectical behavioural therapy

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    Dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT) is one of the therapies that is often used to treat personality disorders such as EUPD/BPD.

    It is very effective at managing the symptoms of such disorders, particularly suicidal ideation and self-harm tendencies.

    BPD and other personality disorders are more commonly found in those with addiction than in the general population, so DBT can be very helpful in the context of rehab.

    Brief interventions

    Dealing with addiction and staying in recovery is a lifelong process, but a person’s focus should not just be on the long term – you also need to take the right steps day by day.

    Brief interventions, such as counselling or direction to other forms of short-term help, can be an important part of this process.

    Motivational interviewing

    Living in active addiction can be very detrimental to a person’s self-esteem and confidence and can lessen their motivation and enthusiasm for their future.

    Motivation interviewing (MI) is a counselling method that seeks to combat this problem by helping people in recovery set new goals and figure out how to work towards them.

    Holistic therapies

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    Holistic therapies are often a valuable part of recovery treatment. At drug & alcohol rehab in Stratford-upon-Avon, this could include any of the following:

    Holistic therapies and other activities like this can provide you with a sense of well-being and focus as you go through the rest of your treatment.

    You may even find that you develop a new hobby or lifelong interest from one of the activities you try at rehab. The important thing is to keep an open mind and try new things.

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    Group therapy

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    Discussing your feelings with others can be a very healing thing to do, whether it is to a mental health professional or a sympathetic friend.

    Having a group of people who relate to your issues can be a wonderful thing, which is why group therapy is a big part of the programme at most rehab clinics.

    Although it can take a while for many people to open up, most people who go through rehab find that group therapy is a helpful part of their overall treatment.

    Individual therapy

    Rehab therapy is not all based in a group setting – you will also have plenty of individual sessions with counsellors and psychologists.

    This will give you an opportunity to deal with your underlying issues in a healthy way, with guidance from an experienced mental health professional.

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    Family therapy

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    Have you fallen out with your family over the course of your addiction? Do you feel that your substance abuse problems may have impacted your relationships with your family?

    If the answer is yes to either of those questions, you would likely benefit from family therapy sessions at some point in your rehab stay.

    These sessions would involve family members coming in – pending the consent of everyone involved – for sessions overseen by a mental health professional.

    Co-dependency treatment

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    Many people who are in active addiction will develop relationships and friendships that are toxic, destructive, or otherwise detrimental to their overall wellness.

    There is no shame in this – there are many reasons for it happening, including survival instinct or a sense of safety. However, it is important that these relationships are identified and assessed.

    Co-dependency treatment will help you assess which of your relationships may be damaging to your recovery and how to set healthy boundaries for your own well-being.

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    Twelve-Step Facilitation Therapy (TSF)

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    The 12-steps are a series of guiding principles that formed the foundation of Alcoholics Anonymous in 1935.

    The 12-step programme is also adapted to Narcotics Anonymous and almost all other anonymous organisations. The 12-steps are as follows:

    • We admitted we were powerless over alcohol — that our lives had become unmanageable
    • Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity
    • Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood Him
    • Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves
    • Admitted to God, to ourselves, and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs
    • Were entirely ready to have God remove all these defects of character
    •  Humbly asked Him to remove our shortcomings
    • Made a list of all persons we had harmed and became willing to make amends to them all
    • Made direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others
    •  Continued to take personal inventory and, when we were wrong, promptly admitted it
    •  Sought through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with God as we understood Him, praying only for knowledge of His will for us and the power to carry that out
    • Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these Steps, we tried to carry this message to alcoholics and practice these principles in all our affairs

    As you will probably be able to tell, there is a spiritual component to the 12-step approach, and this does not work for everyone.

    However, the programme is of vital importance to many people who are going through recovery, and as such, it is important that the programme can be integrated into their rehab care.

    This is known as 12-Step Facilitation Therapy (TSF) and is available at your drug & alcohol rehab in Stratford-upon-Avon.

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    Dual Diagnosis for Co-Occurring Disorders at Rehab

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    Dual diagnosis is the process of identifying any mental health issues that a person in rehab might have and putting in place a treatment plan that works with the rest of their treatment.

    This can make it a lot easier for the person to manage their addiction on a daily basis, whether that’s through medication, talking therapies, or a combination thereof.

    How Rehabs Help with Relapse Prevention

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    You will have learned a lot by the time you come to the end of your time at drug & alcohol rehab in Stratford-upon-Avon. However, the rest of your journey has not yet begun – that happens when you leave the clinic.

    Going back into the world as a recovering person is a big adjustment – one that rehab staff can help you to prepare for that change as effectively as possible.

    This usually includes helping you put a relapse prevention strategy together and figuring out how to maximise your chances of staying sober once you leave the clinic.

    As everyone is different, this plan will take into account your specific triggers and characteristics, helping you put into action everything you have learned while at the clinic.

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    Aftercare and support services once rehab has been completed

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    If you secure rehab treatment through us, you can be assured that a year of rehab aftercare is included as part of the overall fee.

    This means that you can go back to the clinic when appropriate, usually at weekends, to catch up with the professionals who have helped you and share your experiences of sobriety so far.

    This is not mandatory – you don’t have to go back if you don’t want to, but if you do, the option is always available to you.

    There are also a range of addiction resources that you can access for free within your own community, some of which we have listed below.

    As international organisations, Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous both have regular meetings in and around Stratford-upon-Avon.

    These organisations ask followers to turn their will over to a ‘higher power’ as part of the recovery process, as well as following the 12-steps that we detailed further above.

    Search ‘Alcoholics Anonymous Stratford-upon-Avon’ to find out where your nearest regular meetings are held. Meetings are free to attend, although you may be asked for a small contribution.

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    SMART Recovery

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    SMART Recovery is an alternative to AA and NA that differs in that it doesn’t have a spiritual approach to the recovery process.

    Instead, SMART offers evidence-based clinical treatments such as cognitive behavioural therapy, addiction counselling, and psychodynamic therapy.

    Al-Anon Family Group meetings

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    Al-Anon is a group that provides support and comfort to the loved ones and families of people who are living with alcoholism, whether they are in active addiction or not.

    Many people find it helpful to share their feelings about what they have gone through in terms of the person’s addiction without worrying about being judged or hurting the person’s feelings.

    Like Alcoholics Anonymous, Al-Anon is free to attend and has its own set of 12 guiding principles. Read more about Al-Anon on their official website.

    Outpatient treatment via local Drug & Alcohol team in Stratford-upon-Avon

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    Addiction is a public health issue, just as cancer and diabetes are. Therefore, it is perfectly proper to book an appointment with your doctor to discuss your experiences with addiction.

    They may be able to put you under the care of an outreach team who can check in on you from time to time and provide support in times of personal crisis.

    Other options may be things like free support groups and counselling services. Ask your GP about what addiction resources they have available in your local area.

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    Get help with addiction today!

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    With our industry-leading expertise and contact database, Rehab Recovery can help you to get the best possible treatment at a private drug & alcohol rehab in Stratford-upon-Avon.

    Call us for free today on 0800 088 66 86 to speak with one of our advisors in complete confidence. If you are calling from outside the UK, the number is +44 330 333 6197 – charges may apply.

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