Learn about how we assist people in rebuilding their lives. Addiction treatment should not just be about attending meetings or seeing a 'professional'. Instead, treatment needs to be accompanied by deep and lasting lifestyle changes, including a shift in what you feel you are capable of achieving.View Our Mission
Alcohol rehabilitation is a long-term process. An alcohol rehab takes places following the completion of an alcohol detox. Whilst an alcohol detox is medical procedure, alcohol rehab is a life-long process. Alcohol rehab at a residential clinic combines physical, mental and spiritual rehabilitation. You will benefit from evidencie-based therapies, as well as holistic therapies and 12-step programmes.
Alcohol is a physically addictive substance. If you or a loved-one are alcohol dependent, then the safest way to manage the alcohol withdrawal process is to undergo a medicated alcohol detox under supervised conditions. At OK Rehab, we are able to arrange for you to under a medical alcohol detox either at your own home, or within a residential detox clinic setting.
OK Rehab is a recovery advocate service. OK Rehab was founded by people who are living their lives ‘in recovery’. We aim to offer addiction treatment options for all, no matter what the situation they may be facing right now. All of our helpline advisors have ‘wore the t-shirt when it comes to issues surrounding addiction, including being ‘helpless’, ‘hopeless’, and ‘homeless’.
We help facilitate treatment for anyone who actively wants to stop using drugs or drinking alcohol. This desire is often easier said than done. If your loved one is in denial about his or her addiction, then we are also able to assist via an intervention programme.
We help individuals seeking to self-refer themselves into addiction treatment. We also help concerned third parties, such as loved ones, friends, co-workers, and employers who wish to help a person accept the need for addiction treatment.
OK Rehab is a helpline solely made up of people who have experienced addiction themselves. At OK Rehab, we know there is no 'cure' for addiction. Instead, we believe addiction is a chronic and life-long addiction those in recovery must constantly guard against in order to prevent relapse.Learn More
Witnessing a teen or young adult's decent into addiction is heart-breaking. For this reason, we have identified specialist treatment providers who are able to assist with the process of helping teens and young adult's re-set their lifestyles without using drugs and drinking alcohol.LEARN MORE
Group therapy is an integral part of modern addiction therapy. Peer learning and insight discovery is often far more powerful compared to the more traditional approach of sitting in one-to-one therapy sessions with a registered addiction therapist or counsellor.LEARN MORE
Five Main Symptoms of Co-dependence Co-dependency is defined as an excessive emotional or psychological reliance on a partner or other person. It can often be triggered by past emotional trauma such as an abusive childhood, domestic violence, sexual abuse, grief, extreme bullying, traumatic loss, abandonment, or other major life disruptions. The traumatic life experiences can […]
Alcoholism’s Effects on Families Alcoholism affects more than just the sufferer of addiction. Any person that comes into close, regular contact with the sufferer can be affected by the addiction in many ways. Financial problems, relationship breakdowns and stress are just some of the ways in which family members can be affected by alcoholism. Families […]
How to Overcome Addiction to Painkillers The purpose of painkillers is to relieve pain however, many stronger painkillers have calming effects which make them addictive to some people. There are illegal painkillers such as heroin, and legal painkillers such as codeine which are prescribed by a doctor. People often begin to take illegal painkillers as […]
How to stop binge drinking Binge drinking consists of drinking more than eight units of alcohol in a single session for men, and more than six units of alcohol in a single session for women. Almost a quarter of the adult population in England and Scotland regularly drink over the Chief Medical Officer’s low-risk guidelines […]
Giving back to the community who assisted you in gaining your recovery is an effective way to sustain your own recovery and prevent relapse. Learn about volunteering options within the drug and alcohol treatment sector.Be a Part Of It