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Altrincham

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Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Altrincham

At OK Rehab we offer professional support and guidance to people struggling with addiction. We can help signpost you to local facilities in Altrincham, or further afield if that is your preference, so you can begin recovery as soon as possible.

The forms of treatment we offer are private which means you can bypass most waiting lists and seek immediate help. The NHS offers addiction treatment, but these services are often very underfunded meaning unfortunately not everyone can access the care they need.

By choosing to seek help through OK Rehab we can ensure your wellbeing and safety, providing you with individualised and tailored plans to see you make a successful recovery and begin a new chapter in your life.

Admitting you have a problem can be the hardest part of rehabilitation. Denial is a huge part of addiction but once you acknowledge your readiness for wanting to recover you can begin to make the necessary steps to healing both your body and mind.

From inpatient to outpatient care, we can help you find the most suitable form of treatment in Altrincham.

Call us today on 0800 326 5559 for your free assessment and begin your next step to a happier life.

What can I expect from residential rehab in Altrincham?

Addiction is a harmful and isolating chronic disorder meaning you have little to no control over what you are doing. It can harm your body, mind, and the people around you.

If it is left untreated it can result in catastrophe isolating you from all family and friends as well as making your physical and psychological health decrease rapidly.

It is important to acknowledge that there is no such thing as ‘too late’ in regard to seeking treatment. We can offer help for any stage of addiction, if you are committed. It is incredibly vital to seek guidance before any irreversible damage is caused.

We can help offer support through an initial assessment via telephone. This assessment is free, confidential, and can allow you to talk us through your addiction in a safe and judgement-free space.

Through this, we can begin to source treatment centres and programmes we believe you would benefit from in Altrincham.

We can discuss the severity of your addiction, your physical and mental health history as well as what you expect to gain from treatment.

Residential treatment is the most recommended form of rehab due to the intense structure of the programmes on offer. This can allow you to maintain a routine that will ensure success outside of rehab.

Residential rehab can allow you to step away from any negative influences and triggers, allowing you to heal in a calming and luxurious environment.

By acknowledging and facing your problem head-on you can begin to learn how to heal and manage your wellbeing allowing you to thrive in recovery.

Residential rehab can be greatly beneficial in allowing you to understand and break down the roots and triggers associated with your addiction. This is all done under medical supervision and with the support of staff and peers.

For those struggling with severe addictions, we always advocate for residential rehab. If you are unsure about your readiness to commit to treatment in rehab, we recommend you speak to one of our friendly team members today.

Treatment at a residential facility usually lasts around 28 days but can be shortened and lengthened if required. Upon arrival, your physical health and mental wellbeing will be examined to ensure you are receiving the right forms of treatment.

After this, you will begin a detox. Detoxes are monitored 24/7 by medical staff and are far safer to participate in at a clinic than at home. This can be a very challenging part of rehab as you face withdrawal symptoms, but it is important to remind yourself it is temporary, and you are in the best hands.

After detoxing has concluded you can begin therapy. There are a wide range of therapies on offer and we are always happy to discuss your best options with you. Therapy can range from dialectical and cognitive behavioural therapy to more holistic forms such as equine and art therapy.

What is outpatient treatment?

Outpatient treatment is available to those with less severe addictions, those who may not be able to commit to residential treatment as well as those who have completed a residential programme.

This form of treatment usually lasts around 12 months and can be very beneficial to those who cannot attend residential rehab due to family or career commitments.

Outpatient treatment also consists of various forms of therapy such as traditional and holistic. These therapies can help improve your mental health by alleviating the emotional causes of drug and alcohol addiction.

Getting help today

We understand that reaching out for help can feel scary and daunting. There are a wide variety of treatment options in Altrincham and we want to help you find the most suitable programme. Several of our staff members have overcome addiction and know what you are going through.

At OK Rehab we can help you through every step of rehabilitation. We can stand by your side to help you make the initial decisions regarding treatment.

We also have a wide range of contacts throughout the UK and have been operating for more than twenty years meaning we have excellent experience in offering professional support and guidance.

Our team also believe in the importance of aftercare and will work with you at the end of your treatment to discuss outpatient support. This usually comes in the form of relapse prevention to ensure you can maintain lifelong sobriety.

We can also put you in contact with local groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous so you can create vital support networks for your life after treatment.

Reach out to us today and make a change in your life. We also offer support to nearby locations including Sale, Stretford, Urmston, Bowdon, Ashton upon Mersey, Warburton, Hale, Dumplington, Dunham Massey and Flixton.

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