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Falkirk

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Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Falkirk

If you are struggling with an addiction you should look toward receiving professional help. If left untreated it can result in dangerous effects on your physical and psychological health as well as with your relationships.

At OK Rehab we can help you receive treatment for your addiction in the Falkirk area. By calling us today on 0800 326 5559 we can help you select a treatment centre. Your call is free, confidential and can help us gather information to allow us to refer you to local rehab centres. Our friendly team are on hand 24/7 so you can receive the help and support you need.

We are a recovery advocate service aiming for inclusive and accessible treatment for all.

OK Rehab was founded in 2000 by people in recovery and has been operating for more than twenty years. During this time, we have helped many people across the UK acknowledge their problem with drugs and alcohol, allowing them to realise their potential and live a life of sobriety.

When should I seek help?

For many people, it never feels like the right time to seek help for an addiction. You may downplay the severity of your problem often thinking other people are suffering far worse. Don’t wait for your addiction to worsen, talk to us today.

According to publications produced by the Office for National Statistics during the year 2020, an estimated 1 in 11 adults from the ages of 16 to 59 had admitted to taking drugs in the previous year with cannabis being the most popular drug used.

Depending on your social circles and support network it may feel very normal to abuse drugs and alcohol. Unfortunately, this can have very serious, and even fatal, effects on your life. At OK Rehab we believe that it is never too late to seek rehabilitation and all we ask is that you are ready and committed to achieving sobriety.

What is the difference between inpatient and outpatient treatment?

The two forms of treatment offered to our clients are inpatient treatment, most commonly referred to as residential rehabilitation and outpatient treatment.

Residential rehab sees you distance yourself from negative influences and distractions by leaving your home environment in favour of a local clinic. Here you can be supported 24/7 by staff and peers, creating a support network that can help you in your new life of abstinence.

Residential rehab allows you to focus solely on your recovery and is considered the most successful form of addiction treatment.

This form of rehabilitation offers an intense structure and relies heavily on routine, so it is important to question your readiness for wanting to end your addiction. Typical programmes combine detoxing with therapy to ensure success.

On the other hand, outpatient treatment is a more relaxed approach and is recommended for those with mild addictions. This form of treatment can see you benefit in the comfort of your own home, as long as there is no distractions or triggers insight.

This is a great option if you cannot currently commit to residential rehab perhaps due to financial or career demands. Outpatient treatment still allows you access to local facilities for daily sessions and use of facilities though you will return home after each session is complete.

It can feel tough deciding on where to seek treatment but that is why we want to help. In Falkirk, there are, unfortunately, limited options when it comes to rehab. We want to ensure you are fully equipped with the knowledge of what services are on offer and the treatment they can provide.

Our team are full of friendly faces who are experts in their fields, they can discuss your addiction with you, your physical and psychological medical history as well as your current circumstances so that we can begin to lay the foundations for a successful recovery.

Every journey to recovery is individual and personal which is why there are so many treatment options. This can feel very overwhelming, but it allows us to analyse what we believe to be the most beneficial services for you.

What support is on offer to those struggling with mental health disorders?

Many people struggling with addiction also struggle with mental health disorders. These could be previously existent and have triggered the addiction or could be caused by severe substance abuse.

Often, people suffering from mental health disorders are made to feel like there is very little help out there. Whilst the NHS is a fantastic service its mental health sectors are very underfunded resulting in a wait time for referrals and waiting lists of over 12 months. This causes a lot of people to avoid seeking help for their addiction and their mental health problems.

At OK Rehab we can promise that many services can help you. Many rehabs in the Falkirk area provide dual diagnosis treatment meaning they can help you with your addiction and your mental health disorder.

Dual diagnosis treatment is extremely beneficial in helping you overcome your addiction and reduces the chances of your mental health disorder worsening due to the availability of talking therapies and holistic therapies on offer. This ultimately means you can begin to heal both your body and mind.

Are you ready to overcome your addiction?

If you are ready to combat your addiction and are willing to enter a Falkirk rehab centre, we urge you to contact us. Our staff will be more than happy to assist you in finding a suitable treatment programme and can stand by your side every step of the way.

Call us today on 0800 326 5559 to access treatment through OK Rehab. Alternatively, you can fill in an enquiry form and an adviser will contact you very shortly. Our goal is to help individuals seeking to self-refer themselves into addiction treatment. We also offer support and guidance to third parties who may be looking to help a person accept and acknowledge the need for treatment.

OK Rehab can also help in many areas across Scotland such as Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dumfries, Livingston, Dundee, Galloway, Aberdeen, Motherwell, Peebles, Perth, and Inverness.

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