Between 2001-2018, there were 3,570 drug-related deaths in Derbyshire.
If you’re struggling with a drug addiction or alcohol addiction, or any form of substance abuse, and have decided that you need help, we understand that this can be a daunting concept for many, particularly if you haven’t experienced rehab before.
Attending a rehab clinic can be nerve-wracking for a number of reasons, from fear of the unknown to concerns about failure or even how you will cope once you’re sober, without using drugs and alcohol.
The good news is, here at OK Rehab, we have many years of experience in helping people with a wide range of addiction problems, including drug and alcohol addictions.
We are here to help you in whichever way we can, whether it’s to help determine whether or not you are suffering from addiction, recommendations of what type of treatment is right for you or a full referral to trusted rehab programmes, our friendly and non-judgemental team are ready for your call.
Over the years of providing a recovery treatment referral service, we have fielded a huge amount of questions from those anticipating rehab. This has allowed us to put together a substantial FAQ to help anyone who is considering the path of addiction recovery.
To find the answers to all your concerns about rehab, as well as information on how to find the most reputable drug and alcohol rehab facilities in the Derbyshire area, read on below.
If, by the time you reach the end of this article, you have any remaining reservations about whether addiction recovery treatment is right for you, get in touch with us at OK Rehab for our helpful guide.
Get the help you need to overcome addiction at a rehab in Derbyshire by calling us today on 0800 326 5559
How to support a loved one before rehab
What can be really difficult when you have a loved one with an addiction is knowing what to do for the best. You might feel desperate to get them into a drug and alcohol rehab in Derbyshire, but unless they’re ready, your efforts are unlikely to be successful.
There is, though, an intervention you can use which supports you, your family, and the person with the addiction.
The CRAFT intervention offers you techniques that you can apply during interactions with your loved one.
It’s based on using positive reinforcement as a basis to inspire ongoing healthy behaviours and family dynamics.
Many people throughout the world have entered rehab following on from this family approach.
Make sure that your loved one gets the help they need from a rehab centre in Derbyshire by calling us today on 0800 326 5559
How do I determine whether I have a current drug or alcohol addiction problem?
It can be difficult, particularly when you’re in the throes of a current addiction problem, to recognise that you have a problem and even when you do recognise it, admitting it to yourself and then to others is a big challenge.
It’s often much easier for others to see that you are struggling with addiction, however, this can be a difficult thing for friends and family to raise and is often met with a defensive response.
Admitting that you need to find and accept help with an addiction is a huge step, but something to be proud of. It shows strength and that same strength can be put to good work throughout your recovery.
The fact is, if you’re reading about how to determine whether or not you are struggling with addiction, then there is a strong likelihood that you are.
Something about your recent behaviour has caused concern, even if you’re unsure exactly what that was.
In order to help you identify when your substance use has become an addiction or is showing signs that it could become one soon, answer the questions below honestly to yourself.
If you answer yes more than once or twice then the chances are, it’s time to find that help:
- Has your drug and/or alcohol consumption increased over time?
- Are you unable to go for a day without using drugs or alcohol?
- Do you continue to use drugs and/or alcohol, even though you already experienced or are aware of the potential negative side effects?
- Have you noticed your mental health has declined and had existing mental health issues worsened?
- Do you feel physical and/or mentally unwell when you don’t have access to substances?
- Do you make life decisions based around your drug or alcohol use, either to accommodate the usage or to source them?
- Have you noticed that your drug or alcohol use has negatively impacted your work, friendships or relationships?
- Have close friends and family raised concern about your substance use?
These are just some of the signs and symptoms of a drug and/or alcohol addiction, there are many more and these will vary depending on what you take, how regularly and in what quantities.
Addictions also worsen over time, so your symptoms may advance if you don’t seek help as soon as you begin to notice these.
Still not sure if you’re suffering from an addiction problem? Talk it over with our team today on 0800 326 5559
Do I have the funds to go to rehab in Derbyshire?
You’ll likely be wondering how much it costs to go to a drug and alcohol rehab in Derbyshire. The price range varies according to the clinic, location, and what services and treatments are available. Usually, though, it costs around £1000-£10,000 a week to go to rehab.
This, of course, covers your place to stay, food, any medications prescribed, as well as specialist staff and resources needed for activities.
To find out more about paying for rehab in Derbyshire, give our team a call today on 0800 326 5559
Does health insurance cover the cost of rehab?
Yes, if you have private health insurance, it’s highly likely that the policy will cover the stay of your treatment at rehab.
You’ll want to check the paperwork to confirm and keep in mind that paying your insurance in the future will cost a bit more due to the claim you’ve made.
Where people have health insurance through their place of work, it’s likely to include rehab, but with the clause that you have to notify your employers of the illness and plan to go to rehab.
For help using health insurance to access addiction treatment services in Derbyshire, call us on 0800 326 5559
Does the NHS offer any funding to pay for rehab treatment in Derbyshire?
In Derbyshire, there is some limited funding available for those who are from low income backgrounds to enter rehab.
There are, however, eligibility requirements that need to be met.
Those interested in applying for funding from the local councils need to be in regular contact with drug and alcohol services.
They should be able to demonstrate that they’re committed to recovery through attending regular support sessions.
The council receives many applications and it’s up to them to decide who, out of many worthy entrants, is to be granted the funding.
NHS and other free addiction treatment services available in Derbyshire include:
1. Change Grow Live Derbyshire
Address: The Drop Inn Unit 1, Belper, DE56 1UQ
Telephone: 01773 303646
2. CAMHS Derbyshire
Address: Temple House, Mill Hill Lane, Derby, DE23 6SA
Telephone: 0300 790 0264
3. Turning Point Derby
Address: Suite 2.1 Southgate Business Centre, Normanton Road, Derby, DE23 6UQ
Telephone: 01332 368300
If you’d like guidance on how to use NHS support for addiction treatment services in Derbyshire, give our team a call on 0800 326 5559
How long is a course of treatment at rehab in Derbyshire?
When you enter rehab you’ll likely go through a detox period, as well as starting daily therapies, addiction counselling and holistic activities. Everything you learn needs time to be practised each day.
This is to help you remain sober long-term.
To fully immerse yourself at rehab and in developing healthy new patterns of behaviour, the most usual length of time to stay at rehab is 28 days.
To find out how long your stay at a rehab in Derbyshire is likely to last, call us today on 0800 326 5559
Private vs NHS drug addiction treatment services in Derbyshire
In Derbyshire, there are two types of rehabilitation services you can access:
- Private clinics
- Government-funded NHS services
Private rehab clinics offer you 24-hour care 7 days a week. Specialist staff lead you through therapies and alternative treatments to ensure every aspect of healing is approached.
There are treatments to tackle the physical, emotional, and psychological aspects of recovery. You’ll also enjoy being cooked for by the in-house chef!
Government-funded addiction treatment services offer you treatments when they have available slots.
You remain living at home and go to the clinic at a particular time. Treatments include drop-in clinics, 12 Step sessions, and supportive conversations with drug and alcohol workers.
For help choosing between private and NHS rehab in Derbyshire, talk to our expert team on 0800 326 5559
Is residential rehab essential or can I opt for outpatient treatment?
There are outpatient treatments available to you in the Derbyshire and wider East Midlands area and we can understand how these options offer greater flexibility for many people, especially those with important life commitments, such as parenting.
Outpatient services do have the potential to help some people achieve addiction recovery, but it should be stressed that this is only generally achievable by those in the very early stages of an addiction problem.
Attending outpatient rehab requires a large degree of self-control and personal schedule management, which is not commonly fitting with those exhibiting addiction behaviours.
You must be able to attend each session and much of the recovery burden will fall to you between your support sessions.
Residential rehab is recommended as the most effective option as it achieves the highest success rates. There are a number of reasons this works well, from the intensity of the daily sessions to the seclusion of being removed from your daily life and away from your ordinary triggers.
At one of our partner rehab centres, you can expect a comfortable recovery experience with a private room and all of your daily needs taken care of.
You will be immersed in an environment that is relaxing and peaceful, which was designed specifically for the purpose of recovery.
The opportunity to build a support network and valuable friendships with those who have similar struggles is there, should you want it and many clients take a great deal of relief in this opportunity.
To find out which form of addiction treatment in Derbyshire is right for your needs, call us today on 0800 326 5559
Alcohol detox and alcohol rehab in Derbyshire
If you have an addiction to alcohol, then it’s important you enter rehab to wean off the substance safely.
Alcohol causes seriously dangerous withdrawal symptoms at its worst, which is why Librium is one commonly used prescription drug
Alcohol withdrawal symptoms include:
- Confusion and delirium
- Delirium tremens
- Sickness and diarrhoea
After you’ve gone through detox lasting around 7-10 days, you then begin group sessions, addiction counselling and psychotherapies.
This is where you learn how to adapt your thinking patterns.
When you’re able to identify triggers of substance use and where the addiction originated from, you’re better able to start facing them in healthy ways.
Beat your alcohol addiction with the help of a rehab clinic in Derbyshire – call us today on 0800 326 5559
Cocaine rehab in Derbyshire
If your cocaine use has got out of hand and is affecting your health, then it’s advisable to enter a drug and alcohol rehab in Derbyshire. Severe cocaine use can lead on to crack cocaine.
Both substances create a build-up of unhealthy toxins in the body. This means you’re at an increased risk of illnesses and diseases.
Many people addicted to cocaine experience symptoms related to anxiety, panic, and suicidal ideation, as well as heart problems.
Therapies and group activities support you to find inner power and strength while offering strategies to change unhealthy behaviours.
Cocaine detox is not needed, as cocaine is not physically addictive.
Overcome cocaine addiction at a drug rehab in Derbyshire by reaching out to our team on 0800 326 5559
Heroin rehab in Derbyshire
For those who have a heroin addiction, it’s likely that withdrawal symptoms are very uncomfortable for you. Symptoms include:
- Pain in the body
A heroin detox with the support of the prescription drug Subutex is very likely. It will last about 7-10 days and will mean you wean off heroin gradually and in a way that is much more comfortable than trying to go “cold turkey” on your own.
After the detox, you’ll start other activities which encourage you to be in the mind and body in a present way.
You’ll be guided to understand how to process uncomfortable memories and emotions in a healthy way.
As well as this, you’ll start to learn and practise how to manage cravings effectively.
Overcome heroin addiction at a drug rehab in Derbyshire by reaching out to our team on 0800 326 5559
Cannabis rehab in Derbyshire
When people smoke cannabis, they usually don’t often think about going to rehab for it. However, this substance – the THC strains – is psychoactive.
This means that it can really alter your brain chemistry. When this happens there are many side effects including anxiety, insomnia, changes in metabolism, appetite, and weight, as well as psychosis.
If you’re using cannabis every day and feel as though you can’t face the day without it, then going to a drug and alcohol rehab in Derbyshire will make all the difference to your mental and physical health.
There you’ll participate in fun and relaxing activities such as yoga and reiki, alongside conventional treatments.
You’ll be supported to explore your thoughts through counselling. Therapy and SMART Recovery groups will help you to develop practical ways to combat using substances.
Cannabis detox is not necessary.
Overcome cannabis addiction at a drug rehab in Derbyshire by reaching out to our team on 0800 326 5559
What kind of treatment will I experience at rehab in Derbyshire?
Many people who struggle with addiction have experienced life events that have driven them towards this type of behaviour. For example:
- Childhood abuse
- Pre-existing mental health issues
- Traumatic events
- Loss of a loved one
There will be emotional and social triggers to address, as well as the underlying cause of your problem.
This is an essential aspect of rehabilitation, as even though you have achieved sobriety, the desire to return to addictive behaviours will remain if the causes are not removed.
There are a variety of different types of psychological therapy sessions used throughout addiction treatment and your plan could consist of any or all of the below, amongst others:
- Family therapy
- Cognitive behavioural therapy
- Dialectical behavioural therapy
- Group therapy
- Individual therapy
- Motivational interviewing
- Motivational enhancement therapy
- Alternative therapy/holistic therapy, such as art therapy, music therapy, equine therapy, mindfulness and meditation
The goal of this combination of treatments is to help you understand why your addictive behaviours exist, to receive proper professional help for any underlying psychological or mental health issues and to build up the resolve required to sustain your sobriety beyond the rehab programme.
To learn more about the kind of therapies you’re likely to experience, give our team a call today on 0800 326 5559
What happens if I receive a dual diagnosis at rehab in Derbyshire?
During therapy, it is fairly common for people to receive a dual diagnosis.
If the reason you turned to addiction in the first place has not been properly addressed, then it will still be an issue and even those without pre-existing mental health problems often develop them as a result of prolonged substance use.
These can include:
It’s critical to the continued success of your rehab that this type of issue does not go untreated and therefore the addiction specialists will ensure that you are referred to a suitable local mental health service so that you have the opportunity to resolve any newly diagnosed problems.
Some of these include Mind UK, Young Minds, Rethink Mental Illness, Samaritans and Papyrus.
To learn more about how a rehab centre in Derbyshire will work to support your mental health, call us today on 0800 326 5559
What will your relapse prevention plan include?
When you leave rehab, you’ll have an aftercare programme in place which will include a relapse prevention plan.
On this, you’ll have various guidelines that you will have discussed with staff.
It will include techniques to use when you feel emotionally triggered or a craving sweep in.
There will be ideas on how to change your life in order to make it more interesting so that you have more activities to do that aren’t related to drugs and alcohol.
Your relapse prevention plan will also outline steps to take should you relapse. It’s really important to follow these so that you’re as safe as possible and can return to recovery as soon as possible.
Make sure that you beat addiction once and for all by calling our team today on 0800 326 5559
After rehab, who can you speak to?
When you leave the drug and alcohol rehab in Derbyshire, you might feel as though you want to stay in contact with people in the recovery community.
The following services are available to you:
- 12 Step groups such as Narcotics Anonymous, Alcoholics Anonymous and Cocaine Anonymous. These offer you weekly support sessions and ways to meet others who understand recovery.
- A home detox. If you relapse but don’t require another stay at rehab, you might be approved for a home alcohol or drug detox overseen by a local doctor. This enables you to have a medically assisted withdrawal process, with prescription drugs being delivered to your home.
- Outpatient services at a local drug and alcohol services. Here you can usually access regular SMART groups and 12 Step groups, as well as conversation-based support.
- Al-Anon and Nar-Anon are support services available to people who love you who might require support themselves. Addiction is a complex disease which affects family and friends too. These services help others affected by your addiction journey.
Pair your rehab stay with an equally effective aftercare plan by calling our team today on 0800 326 5559
Reach out to OK Rehab for help today
If you’re looking for addiction support in the Derbyshire or East Midlands area, OK Rehab is here to help.
Every rehab in England and Wales that we work with is vetted by the Care Quality Commission.
We’re ready to support you and help you return to a happy, sober life. We would be delighted to help you on your journey to recovery.
Simply call us on 0800 326 5559 for a free initial assessment and screening process. A helpline advisor will guide you through the process of getting help for yourself or a loved one.
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