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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Chesterfield

Find help and support for addiction via drug and alcohol rehab Chesterfield

    Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Chesterfield

    Reaching the realisation that you have an addiction and need to be treated for it is a life-changing event. Often, when people use a substance there is a period of denial of the problem. This might be due to the stigma attached to the addiction or it could be due to the magnitude of thinking about what admitting a problem means.

    Finding and then entering treatment takes a lot of work. A person has to be willing to focus and put even more energy into quitting drugs and alcohol than they were when they were actively feeding the habit.

    Addictions and problematic substance misuse are hard to break. It’s not just a matter of saying no. The body and mind go through so much in terms of withdrawal – it’s both chemical and hormonal, and these aspects have both mental and physical effects. On top of that, the person is facing the existing triggers as well as the underlying causes.

    With so many interlocking factors making up an addiction, it’s understandable that a solid system of support provides the soundest way to begin recovery. High-quality treatment covering all areas and recognising the whole of the person is essential.

    What treatment services are available?

    There are two types of treatment available in Chesterfield. Your personal situation will mean that one service will suit more than another. This can often change too, as your situation and the addiction changes. One person might begin in one service and then move into the other.

    Outpatient services are available in the local community setting. This is where a small team of professionals will support people with a variety of addictions. These services are often government-funded. There is usually a timetable of activities that people can access. One-to-ones are also scheduled in.

    Outpatient services tend to be more stretched than inpatient services. They also usually suit people with less severe addictions.

    An inpatient rehab clinic is also available in Chesterfield. These provide top-quality and intensive treatments from highly trained professionals. Residents stay at a clinic usually between 7-28 days. There are staff around at all times.

    Inpatient rehab clinics are incredibly efficient at supporting people with severe addictions.

    Are there rehab programmes in Chesterfield?

    Yes, there are a variety of rehabilitation programmes available to you in Chesterfield. There are both inpatient and outpatient options, as well as different treatments. It can be tricky to decide which is the best option for you.

    This is where OK Rehab can help. We specialise in referring people in Chesterfield as well as throughout the UK, to the most appropriate programmes.

    There is a range of factors that will influence which rehabilitation services are most suitable for you. Although you might think a particular treatment will work for you, actually a whole variety will be needed.

    Your most suitable treatment programme will be influenced by the following:

    • How severe the addiction is. A person who is in control of substance use but wants harm reduction advice will require many different treatments to a person who drinks or takes drugs every day and who has developed a dependence.
    • What your budget is. No matter what your financial situation is, there will be treatment options for you in Chesterfield.
    • What your responsibilities and life look like. If you need to stay at work or have to take your kids to school, for instance, then what you’re able to access will be influenced by this.
    • What your treatment goals are. This will impact the type of support required.

    Why do you need support?

    Facing addiction is difficult. For many, it will be the most challenging aspect of their lives. Even with the support of friends and/or family, it can still feel impossible to stop drinking or taking drugs. It’s not easy talking to people who care about you about the things that make you use a substance.

    It can be a very lonely experience wanting to quit. This is especially the case for people who have many people around them who encourage addictive habits.

    Honesty is important in quitting, but initially, it’s essential to be open with yourself in a safe and non-judgemental space. Being able to open up to others who understand and who have experience in working in addiction makes things much easier.

    When you access rehabilitation services, you meet professionals who are open-minded and compassionate. You’ll also meet peers, those who are in similar situations and who want to reduce use or quit.

    Thinking about what your life will look like if you don’t quit can be helpful. It’s likely your mental and physical health will continue to deteriorate. Your finances, housing and job situation will continue to be damaged. Your relationships might continue to fall apart.

    Quitting drinking and drugs is a challenge, but a life with them is much harder. Opting in to rehabilitation treatments means you’ll access the type of support you need to get your life back on track.

    OK Rehab is here to support you through the referral process so the first step is made as easy for you as possible.

    Can I go to rehab if I have a mental health problem?

    Yes, you can go to rehab if you have a mental health problem. Addiction and mental health problems often go hand-in-hand. There is much evidence that supports this. It’s known as a dual diagnosis.

    Rehabilitation staff recognise and are invested in supporting people who are living with both an addiction and mental health problem.

    In most cases, it can be difficult to know which came first of the two conditions. Also, many people might use a substance to self-medicate mental health symptoms (such as low mood). Alcohol and drugs do, however, cause and exacerbate mental health problems.

    With such a complex set of circumstances, it’s imperative that people are given support in both areas and that both areas are respected as a unique need.

    There are counsellors, therapists, nurses, and doctors, as well as highly trained drug and alcohol works at a rehab clinic. All of these people are available to give you the most comprehensive support possible.

    What treatments are available at rehab?

    There are many. Rehab clinics create a tailored programme to suit your needs. This will mean accessing a variety of treatments. A holistic approach is paramount in making sure your needs are met and your treatment goals get off to the best start.

    Physical treatments are essential and usually form part of the detox period at rehab. This occurs as soon as a person enters a clinic. It’s important that patients detox to rid their body of any substances before beginning ongoing treatments to support the psychological side of addiction. Medications can be prescribed. Doctors and clinical nurses support residents through this part of treatment.

    Psychological treatments then take place. People are led through a variety of therapies. This brings a person understanding around the causes and triggers of their addiction. Therapies also provide techniques and tools to manage addictive behaviours and regain control of choices.

    Group work which includes 12 Step work and artistic therapies are also essential in providing people with new ways to face addiction healthily into the future.

    Rehab also provides an aftercare programme so people are supported after their stay for the following twelve months.

    To find out more about treatments to suit you in Chesterfield, contact OK Rehab today. We would be delighted to help you on your journey to recovery. Simply call us on 0800 326 5559 for a free initial assessment. A lovely helpline advisor will guide you through the process of getting help for yourself or a loved one.


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