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Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Keighley

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

    Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Keighley

    Are you concerned that you might have an alcohol addiction? Maybe it’s drug use that has caused you to worry.

    There are many ongoing effects when people are unable to stop using substances. These get increasingly worse and more distressing as time unfolds.

    It’s difficult to get the figures just for Keighley because it’s small, but addiction figures for the wider area are easy to find.

    It was reported that West Yorkshire was the seventh worst region in England and Wales for drink-driving where 23.7% of breath tests were positive.[1] In 2021, there were 53 drug deaths in the Bradford region alone.[2]

    The experiences of addiction negatively affect your daily life and it’s likely that your health is starting to deteriorate as well. The best place to go for help if you want to recover is a private drug and alcohol rehab in Keighley.

    There are many reasons for this as will soon be outlined.

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

    What is addiction?

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    Firstly it’s useful to think about what addiction is. At rehab clinics you can be treated for moderate to severe addictions to alcohol, illegal drugs, illegally used prescription medications, and also behavioural addiction (i.e. gambling addiction).

    Addiction is caused by the substance or behaviour altering brain functioning and creating new neural pathways which go on to change brain structure.

    While there aren’t any specific and clear causes, there are common factors that make substance misuse more likely to occur such as:

    • A genetic predisposition
    • A family history of substance use or addictive behaviours
    • Personality traits (i.e. having low self-esteem)
    • The influences in your environment
    • Having mental health issues

    The effects of addiction cause problems in mental, emotional, and physical health, as well as in families, the workplace, and finances.

    The signs you need treatment for addiction

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    Having an addiction to drugs or alcohol is best treated at a drug and alcohol rehab in Keighley because of the level of treatment and service you get. You’ll have access to experienced addiction counsellors, therapists, medical staff and support staff.

    Private rehabs specialise in treating people with moderate to severe addictions. Quite often this is characterised by dangerous symptoms during the withdrawal period (i.e. seizures when people are alcohol-dependent).

    There are other signs that reveal you would benefit from rehab support as well:

    • Trying to hide how you use substances from other people
    • Feeling like you need to drink alcohol or take drugs every day
    • Using larger amounts of substances to feel an effect because your tolerance has built up
    • Taking part in risky behaviours when under the influence (i.e. drunk driving)
    • Mood swings and violent behaviour when under the influence
    • Experiencing relationship breakdown, the loss of a job, or house etc.

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

    Places you can go for addiction support in Keighley

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    In Keighley, there are a few options in relation to addiction treatment and support. It really depends on what you’re looking for and what type of place would suit your treatment needs best.

    There are NHS addiction services which include an alcohol recovery service and various other drug support sessions including confidential drug advice. It’s run as an outpatient rehab programme.

    Every week there are group sessions and you might get some one-to-one support after you first refer.

    Alcoholics or Narcotics Anonymous are available in the Yorkshire area. This can be useful if you’re looking to connect to others who understand.

    Social connection is actually really important in successful recovery stories. AA and NA groups take place in community venues throughout the area and online.

    Finally, it’s good to look at your rehab options. A private drug and alcohol rehab in Keighley provides intensive recovery programmes for people who need in-depth support to change their thoughts and behaviours.

    There are psychological and alternative therapies, as well as group and individual therapies. This type of establishment is proven as being the most successful in helping people to heal.

    Will rehab suit my needs?

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    The most important thing about private rehab care is that it’s designed to suit the individual. There are a team of addiction specialists who develop a treatment plan to suit each person.

    On entering a drug and alcohol rehab in Keighley, you’ll be assessed and staff will decide what adaptations need to be included alongside the basic approaches to give you the support needed to facilitate long-term recovery.

    It’s important to remember that addiction recovery takes time. When you leave rehab you’ll have all the techniques, new behaviours and goals in place to help you stay sober.

    It will take commitment and effort to stay focused on healing but you’ll be fully equipped to manage it.

    What happens at rehab?

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    On admission to rehab, you’ll meet the friendly team and be introduced to other residents. There will be an assessment which will include questions linked to the DSM-5 scale and the ASAM assessment.

    These are concerned with how substance abuse affects you, your history, any health issues, your environment and how you feel about change.

    Your treatment options will differ slightly from other residents according to your personal circumstances (i.e. you might have an additional therapy session each week if you have mental health issues), though the vast majority of people will have a core timetable of events.

    Therapy and other treatments for addiction at a drug and alcohol rehab in Keighley

    At a drug and alcohol rehab in Keighley, you’ll participate in various psychological therapies as well as alternative therapies. Both are shown to be really effective in providing the space for healing and developing new behaviours.

    • Dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT) is often used by therapists to treat personality disorders and also people who have emotional regulation difficulties. People who have addictions quite often have mental health disorders and trouble with processing emotions. This can make it more difficult to face cravings in a healthy way. DBT helps people learn how to manage emotions and face triggers more effectively.
    • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is used throughout the world to treat substance misuse disorders. It focuses the client on their automatic thoughts and gives them skills to change the negative ones into positive ones. The more a person practises pleasant thoughts, the more they’re able to develop healthy habits.
    • Counselling is where you’ll learn about yourself on a deeper and more honest level. You’ll talk about the past and present. There will be moments of resolution and deep emotional revelations.
    • 12 Step sessions are offered. At rehab, you’ll mainly concentrate on the first step which is where you take responsibility for admitting you have an addiction and what that has meant up to the present moment. This can be quite freeing, though can also be quite difficult as you come to face things you’ve done that you might regret. The group situation is really helpful in supporting you to reach a place of self-forgiveness.
    • SMART group sessions are part of the timetable as they give you practical guidance on how to manage recovery. This can help you manage each day, even each hour as it comes.
    • Family therapy is provided to some. When relationships have been negatively impacted, become codependent or filled with apathy, people need support. Addiction therapists understand how to lead your family through difficult discussions to reach a new healthy dynamic.
    • There are a variety of holistic therapies that are brilliant at connecting the mind and body in a healing way. It’s likely that you’ll have at least one of the following alternative sessions a day. The activities include: art therapy, music therapy, equine therapy, reiki, yoga, tai chi, mindfulness, and ear acupuncture.

    What is a medically-assisted detox?

    A medically assisted detox is essential for people who have developed a physical dependence on a substance. Alcohol, benzodiazepines, and heroin all create dependencies.

    A detox phase is essential for people at rehab.

    This means that the withdrawal process is especially uncomfortable. As well as psychological symptoms such as anxiety, mood swings, fatigue, and low mood, the person will also experience physical symptoms such as sweating, shaking, vomiting, pain, and seizures.

    The symptoms need to be monitored by an expert team of staff who can also prescribe medication to ease the process. An alcohol detox at a drug and alcohol rehab in Keighley lasts around ten days and by the end of it, you’ll be totally substance-free.

    At this point, you’ll then turn your energies to addressing the psychological withdrawal.

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

    How much does it cost to go to a drug and alcohol rehab in Keighley?


    The cost of rehab is probably one of the first things you’ll consider. The amount of treatments and level of service you get means that it does obviously cost.

    There are, though, addiction treatment options within each clinic that might alter the amount you pay for care at a drug rehab. As well as this, the type of establishment you go to will affect the cost.

    A more affordable clinic comes in at around £1,000 a week, whereas a more high-end clinic can cost around £10,000 a week. To find a clinic suited to your budget and needs, you can speak with the Rehab Recovery team.

    How long will I stay at a drug and alcohol rehab in Keighley?


    The usually recommended time period for a person to stay at a drug and alcohol rehab in Keighley is around 28 days. This is important because it also happens to be the amount of time that people need to form a new habit.

    Developing new behaviours are really important in recovery.

    Though some people will stay just for detox, it’s highly recommended to stay longer in order to really learn and implement the skills and tools needed to stay sober.

    Can you go to rehab if you have a mental health disorder?

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    The majority of people have mixed feelings about rehab when they first contemplate it. This is natural. The substance you’re reliant on is likely to be one of the only things you feel is a useful coping mechanism.

    That’s why rehab is so important; you learn positive strategies to manage your health effectively.

    For those with mental health conditions, entering a drug and alcohol rehab in Keighley might feel even more worrying. It’s common when trying to get support in the NHS that people can only get support for mental health OR addiction.

    One of the biggest benefits of private care is that staff understand how inextricably linked mental health and addiction. Therefore, treatment at private clinics addresses both.

    It’s accepted that using psychoactive substances creates an imbalance in brain chemistry and hormones that can lead to mental health problems. Likewise, people who have mental health conditions often start using drugs and alcohol when trying to manage symptoms.

    Your treatment plan will have therapies for both so that you can start to heal in both areas.

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

    How do I find the best rehab for me?

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    There are many inpatient rehabs throughout the UK. Going to one in the Keighley area isn’t necessarily the most suitable for your needs. Also, sometimes going one further away means you get space away from usual triggers that really help to clear your mind.

    It’s useful to talk to someone and do a bit of comparison between clinics, and what they offer, and contrast this to what you need. You’ll also want to know a bit about each clinic’s speciality as rehabs tend to have different focuses.

    A chat with Rehab Recovery can assist you in this area if you want some help.

    Call Rehab Recovery now

    If you’d like to find out about going to a private drug and alcohol rehab in Keighley, you can talk to the Rehab Recovery team. Our advisors are friendly and understand how addiction affects you and how the recovery process works.

    It’s likely you have questions so it’s useful to get these clear in your mind and then give us a call. We can answer your questions and guide you through any information you need about treatment. This is a no-obligation call.

    Call us now to find out more and take the next step to recovery.

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




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