Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Bury
Are you looking for a rehab clinic in Bury that can cater to your needs and see you into lifelong recovery? OK Rehab can help you find the perfect clinic located in the peaceful and tranquil area of Bury so you can begin to rehabilitate safely and healthily.
The rehab clinics that our team can help refer you to are all furnished to a high standard and include a range of single and dual occupancy rooms, some with en-suites too. There is also a wide range of facilities in many Bury clinics such as swimming pools, saunas, and gymnasiums.
At OK Rehab we always ensure that your rehab programme is tailored to suit your particular needs. We do this by conducting a short assessment when you call us. From here, and with your permission, we can pass on your information to rehab providers in Bury who we believe can help you combat your addiction.
If you are looking for addiction treatment for either yourself or a loved one call us today on 0800 326 5559 and talk to one of our friendly advisers.
Should I attend rehab?
Most people struggling with a severe addiction are often the last to see that they require professional help. Choosing to go to rehab is a big decision and requires both readiness and commitment. If you are often pondering the thought of attending rehab, ask yourself the following:
- Have you tried to stop before but failed?
- Do you use more of a substance than you initially planned to?
- Do you find yourself spending most of the day thinking about or taking a substance?
- Do you skip important events and avoid meeting people because of your substance abuse?
- Do you continue to abuse substances even though you know the implications it is having on your career or family life?
- Has your dosage increased increase as you find yourself more tolerant?
- Have you experienced the physical or psychological effects of substance abuse?
Usually, if you answer yes to two or three of the above questions it signifies a mild addiction and four and above indicates a more severe addiction. To find out more about the kind of addiction you may be struggling with, call our team today. You can discuss with our team members if rehab is right for you, the kinds of treatments on offer, as well as the types of assessments available.
Is rehab expensive?
Many people have the misconception that rehab is only for famous people with lots of money. This doesn’t have to be your reality and there are ways you can see yourself enter rehab sooner than you may think.
There are many options for rehab to remain accessible and affordable such as outpatient treatment which sees you recover at home, as well as payment plans, or medical insurance accepted by many clinics. It is important to remember that not all clients will be able to benefit from outpatient treatment due to the severity of their addiction.
The cost of rehab depends on the types of treatment you receive, the room you occupy, and how long you stay at a clinic. Prices for rehab can vary from around £3,000 to £7,000 per week. If you would like to talk about this further and discuss your financial options call one of our advisers today on 0800 326 5559.
Residential rehab is your best chance of success due to the inclusion of medication, therapy, detox programmes, and the support of highly trained staff. You are also assessed upon your entry to rehab so that staff can create a tailored plan for your treatment. Therapy is offered daily during your stay and consists of traditional forms such as cognitive behavioural therapy and also holistic forms such as massage therapy, acupuncture, music and art therapy. All therapies are evidence-based meaning they are supported by previously high rates of success to ensure your wellbeing.
Alternative Programmes for Addiction in Bury:
Here are some statutory-funded organisations near you.
1. Turning Point
Address: 4 Glebelands Rd, Prestwich, Manchester M25 1NE
Telephone: 01617 731523
2. New Horizons
Address: 23 Brighton St, Bury BL9 6DB
Telephone: 01619 001763
3. Bury Drug & Alcohol Team
Address: Humphrey House, 4 Angouleme Way, Bury BL9 0EQ
Telephone: 01612 710020
Life after rehab
At OK Rehab we extend care to our clients beyond the duration of rehab. We believe highly in the importance of aftercare as this can ensure you are well equipped to deal with any negative distractions or influences that may appear as you return home.
As part of our promise to support you, we can recommend local support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous, ensuring you can access beneficial support within your local community. Outpatient sessions such as group and family therapy are also important to help you through your first year of recovery and are offered on a weekly basis.
If you are looking for addiction treatment for yourself, a friend, a family member, or a colleague, contact us today. We can conduct a free assessment to ensure our clients receive the right form of treatment, always. We partner with local clinics in the Bury area and are confident in our ability to help you select the most suitable treatment centre suited to your requirements.
Don’t delay searching for treatment, make use of the services offered by OK Rehab and step forward into a brighter future. Our team is full of professionals who can ensure all conversations remain confidential with information you provide being held privately. Many members of our team are in recovery so can understand how you are feeling and what you are going through, we are here for you during this difficult time.
Call OK Rehab today on 0800 326 5559, fill in an online enquiry form or chat with a member of our team online. We know speaking out about your addiction can be scary, but it is important to acknowledge your problem before it gets worse.
At OK Rehab we also offer help for drug and alcohol addiction in Oldham, Trafford, Wigan, Rochdale and Bolton as well as many other locations across the UK. Find the support and treatment you deserve, begin your new chapter today and lead a substance-free life with the help of OK Rehab.
We also offer services across Greater Manchester, including Altrincham, Bolton, Bowdon, Bramhall, Bury, Carrington, Cheadle, Delph, Denton, Eccles, Heywood, Horwich, Hyde, Littleborough, Manchester, Marple, Middleton, Prestwich, Radcliffe, Rochdale, Salford, Stockport, Tyldesley, Wigan and more.