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If you, or someone you know, suffer from alcoholism, drug addiction or any other form of addiction or dependency, rehabilitation is the most dependable way of fighting the disease. At Rehab Helper we help people with dependencies find the best treatment for their addictions at the right treatment centres – which might be residential private rehab clinics or a community-based treatment such as cognitive behavioural therapy or specialist support group. It’s a fully independent and impartial addiction service, so contact us now to seek immediate help and start living life the way it should be lived.
Effective rehabilitation restores confidence, strength and motivation, and is the safest route back to a more normal way of life. It’s a process that varies from person to person, depending on attitude, personal circumstances, and the nature of the dependency. Whatever the addiction, the first step will always be to deprive the addict of the substance or access to the habit to which they’re addicted. For drug and alcohol addictions, this entails detoxification. Understandably, addicts worry about the difficulty of detox. But detoxifying in private treatment centres makes the detox process as safe, controlled and quick as it can be, managing withdrawal symptoms, and providing access to the right medical and therapeutic support.
After detoxification, the next step in rehabilitation will be counselling. Rehab counselling looks to pinpoint the root of the addiction and the reasons that the dependency developed and took hold. By spending time with a trained addiction counsellor, addicts learn how to avoid relapse, manage the psychological withdrawal symptoms that may linger after the physical withdrawal symptoms have been vanquished, and how to bypass the situations and individuals that may have been contributing to or aiding the continued addiction. Addiction therapy is a critical part of rehabilitation treatments, not only demonstrating to addicts the causes and effects of their dependency, but treating the underlying psychological issues which create an addiction cycle. It’s often said that there’s no cure for addiction, but with expert therapy and counselling, addicts stand the best chance of beating their addiction for good.
If you know that you’re suffering an addiction which is detrimental to your health, lifestyle, work, family, friends or finances, get in touch with us now, and we can help you start repairing the damage. If you’re concerned about a friend, family member or co-worker who you fear may be an addict, call us for some advice, or read up on family interventions to find out how to begin the process of rehabilitation.
We work with private drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres across the UK to ensure that our clients receive the type and level of care that’s best suited to achieving a complete recovery. Addictions, so long seen as a weakness, are now medically recognised as a disease, and our experts treat our clients with the dignity, respect and compassion they deserve in trying to overcome their dependencies. By identifying the best rehabilitation centres and the best therapy - as well as the best addiction aftercare – to tackle a dependency, we set the right tone to manage addiction symptoms, detoxification, counselling, therapy and ongoing addiction help and support for addicts and their families. So if you, or someone you know, is a substance abuser, alcoholic, drug abuser or suffers any kind of addiction, contact us now for completely impartial advice and guidance. We can even help you arrange a family intervention to help an abuser recognise the reality of their situation.
Rehab centres provide a safe and controlled way of treating addiction and drink, drugs and substance abuse. What sort of rehab centre will your particular dependency require? It’s an entirely individual solution. Addiction cures need to be tailored to each individual’s situation, so we work with you to understand the development and state of the addiction before we make our recommendations. Treatment programmes vary in scale and approach, so where some symptoms may indicate that a long-term stay at a specialist inpatient residential rehab clinic is best, other addictions may be overcome through intensive outpatient day treatment at a private rehab clinic or a programme of cognitive behavioural therapy or clinical intervention.
Contact us now to arrange a family intervention or to discuss the best route to ending the cycle of abuse. We’ll hold your hands and take you through the process of getting the right alcohol rehab and drug rehab help, at the most suitable private rehab clinics.
Alcoholism is a dangerous disease. Compulsive, uncontrolled alcohol abuse leads to an addiction that can destroy a drinker’s physical, mental and emotional health, career and relationships. There’s no single cause for alcohol abuse, and finding the right cure will depend entirely on the abuser’s personal history and situation. Alcohol can affect virtually every organ in the body, and yet even when alcoholics and alcohol abusers recognise the danger they’re in, they may worry too much about the difficulties of detox and the social shame of their disease to seek help for their addiction. That’s where we come in. We work with alcoholics and their families to find alcohol rehab that will effect a long-lasting cure, and we can help you arrange family interventions for those cases where the alcoholic or compulsive drinker doesn’t see the extent of the damage they’re doing. So call us now to get immediate help and arrange effective alcohol rehabilitation.
We deal with a UK-wide network of private alcohol clinics and treatment centres, but generally alcohol rehab will follow one of several addiction treatment programmes. The first step will usually be a planned detoxification programme. Alcohol detox needs to be carefully managed and monitored because there can be medical issues arising from alcohol withdrawal – from mild withdrawal symptoms to hallucinations to seizures. Depending on the severity of the symptoms, private alcohol clinics may administer medication to help manage the physical and mental reaction to withdrawal. But it’s important to remember that not every situation demands such clinical intervention.
The subsequent steps in alcohol rehab essentially make up a healing and recovery plan designed to educate the drink abuser and ensure the abuse cycle is kept at bay. Through a bespoke arrangement of individual counselling sessions, group therapy and/or cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), alcohol users are taught about the problem and how to deal not just with resisting the instinctive urge to drink when life’s pressures build to an unmanageable level, but with addressing those pressures themselves and developing effective coping strategies. It’s entirely down to the individual case how much residential care may be required at a private alcohol clinic, and how much the counselling can be managed on an outpatient or community basis.
What we can tell you is that alcoholism is seldom defeated by the drinker alone. It’s a disease complicated by multiple factors and the ready accessibility of alcohol in our society. So contact us now to arrange careful clinical intervention by knowledgeable, non-judgemental and caring alcohol rehabilitation professionals at one of a large network of dedicated treatment centres.
It’s estimated that as many as a third of the UK adult population has taken illegal drugs in their lifetimes. There’s a difference of course between recreational drug use, drug abuse and drug addiction, but with cannabis, illegal pharmaceuticals, and Class A drugs all arguably more accessible than ever before, the risk of more casual drug users developing psychological and physiological addictions increases. Of course not all people seeking drug rehab help have developed dependencies through using recreational drugs; certain painkillers, tranquilisers, and antidepressants such as Prozac, for example, are prescription pharmaceuticals which can prove extremely addictive and ultimately dangerous and harmful for the user. The reality is that drug rehabilitation can rarely be achieved by the individual without help and support. If you are worried that you may have crossed the lines between drug use and drug abuse, or drug abuse and drug addiction, contact us now for immediate advice and support. If you fear that you’ve seen signs of drug abuse in someone you care about, contact us now to find out how to arrange family interventions and arrange fast and effective drug rehab help at the right treatment centres.
There are a large number of drugs available which can prove addictive to varying degrees: cocaine, ecstasy, heroin, LSD, methamphetamine, PCP, marijuana and more. For many drug abusers – particularly those using powerfully drugs which cause a physical dependency, such as heroin, crack cocaine and certain prescription medications, the first stage of drug rehabilitation - detoxification - should happen at a private drug treatment clinic. As with alcohol rehabilitation, drug rehabilitation can require close monitoring and supervision in a clinical environment because of the damaging side effects of detox, the management of withdrawal symptoms and the need to administer medication. Different treatment centres take different approaches to detoxifying drug addicts, depending on the drug and the individual’s personal circumstances. So a residential detox programme may be advocated at a private drug treatment clinic, or recovery may be possible on an outpatient basis at a local treatment centre.
After detox, drug rehabilitation may include one or a combination of psychotherapy, counselling, group therapy, CBT or pharmaceutical maintenance therapies, depending on the chemical, mental, emotional and physical effects of the particular addiction.
We work with an extensive network of private rehab clinics to ensure the most appropriate drug rehabilitation programme for the individual and their personal, professional and family needs. Contact us now to arrange a clinical intervention if you know someone who you think is abusing drugs or has become a drug addict, and if you’re worried about your own drug use, get in touch for immediate advice, support, and treatment.
As many as two million people in the UK suffer some form of addiction. It’s an illness, not a lifestyle choice, and the range of possible emotional, financial, personal, professional psychological and physical damage doesn’t just affect the individual addict, it affects their family and colleagues too. Contact us now to reverse the downward spiral that substance abuse, alcoholism, drug abuse and any form of addiction can cause.
Rehab Helper works with a wide network of private rehab clinics to help addicts – from substance abusers to gambling addicts. Our approved list of treatment centres includes:
If you, or someone you know, indulge in compulsive and unhealthy pursuits, from excessive drinking or gambling to using a particular drug, rehabilitation centres are the most reliable means of addiction treatment. Don’t fight it alone – contact Rehab Helper now for impartial, caring advice and support.