Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Hemel Hempstead
Are you in the Hemel Hempstead area and are struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction? OK Rehab is an advocacy and referral service that has been operating since 2000. For over twenty years we have provided people with support and guidance allowing them to find the most suitable form of addiction treatment.
Get in touch with us today on 0800 326 5559 and speak to one of our approachable advisers. We know finding the right rehab centre can feel exhausting, especially when struggling with an addiction.
Let us take on the hard work for you and source out local treatment centres that can see you into lifelong recovery.
Our advisers can help kickstart your treatment programme by conducting an initial assessment. During this, we can answer any questions you have about treatment and gather information to pass on to local providers. We can begin to collate the rehab centres in which we think suit your needs and requirements.
What are my options for treatment?
1. Inpatient treatment
At a residential clinic in Hemel Hempstead, you will stay on-site during the duration of treatment. This allows you to achieve maximum results and benefit from the routine on offer at rehab.
You can also take advantage of the medical care available at all times. The team at your clinic can provide you with prescription medication if it is needed to help manage withdrawal symptoms that may present as part of your detox programme.
During your time at residential rehab, you will also be able to begin therapy sessions with a trained team of professionals. Therapy is a great tool that can help you explore the root of your addiction as well as possible triggers associated with it.
Many clinics in Hemel Hempstead make use of traditional and holistic forms of therapy to ensure the best chances of recovery.
Entering into a residential facility in the area of Hemel Hempstead can be a great way to ensure you are receiving quality care in a luxurious facility that caters to your needs at all times.
2. Outpatient treatment
Another excellent treatment option in Hemel Hempstead is outpatient care. This is where patients stay at home and attend sessions at a local clinic daily.
We do advise clients to detox before beginning outpatient treatment as living in the home environment can present many challenges, especially to those with a severe addiction. If you believe your addiction is severe it is most likely that this form of treatment will not be recommended to you.
Outpatient treatment can be excellent for those who cannot afford to take time off work or for those currently on a budget. If you are interested in this form of treatment, chat with an adviser today to find out more.
Alternative Programmes for Addiction in Hemel Hempstead:
Here are some statutory-funded organisations near you.
1. Oxygen Recovery Service
Address: Nascent, London Rd, Hemel Hempstead HP3 9ST
Telephone: 01442 275880
2. Druglink Ltd.
Address: Nash Mills Ln, Hemel Hempstead HP3 9TE
Telephone: 01923 260733
3. Turning Point
Address: 10 Queensway, Hemel Hempstead HP1 1LR
Telephone: 01442 240579
Do I have to go to rehab?
Rehab is entirely your choice. It requires your commitment and dedication to see it through to completion. We know it can be tough, but it can be a very beneficial tool in battling your addiction successfully.
Knowing when to enter rehab can be very tricky. If things are getting progressively worse in your work and family life, it may be time to seek rehab in Hemel Hempstead.
Not sure whether you should think about attending rehab? Take a look at the questions below.
- Do you drive under the influence of alcohol or illicit substances?
- Are you suffering from the physical and psychological effects of substance abuse?
- Have you tried to stop in the past and experienced unpleasant withdrawal symptoms?
- Is your work suffering as a result of your addiction?
- Are your relationships suffering?
- Do you feel like you are harming yourself and others in your life?
What sort of addictions can be treated at rehab?
At OK Rehab we provide support for a variety of addictions including drugs and alcohol as well as behavioural addictions.
Our medical team have many years of experience in helping people so please don’t feel embarrassed to reach out. We provide judgement-free advice at all times ensuring you feel safe using our services.
Some of the addictions that we can help with include:
What does a typical day in rehab look like?
Each rehab clinic varies in terms of routine and timetabling but here is a general outline for what many clinics follow.
Wake up time is usually around 7 am/8 am and is followed by daily medication if it is needed. Many clinics offer private time to enjoy things such as morning yoga or mindfulness. This can help you start the day in a positive frame of mind.
Shortly after is breakfast, a nutritious meal prepared by caterers at the facility. Ensuring you eat healthily is very important during treatment.
After breakfast, many clients engage in group or one-to-one therapy. Sessions can range from 30 to 90 minutes and can follow the style of CBT or DBT. After this, there will be more free time allowing clients to enjoy leisurely activities before lunch.
After lunch is another therapy session. Whilst sessions such as group therapy feel very intimidating many clients find it easy to open up when surrounded by people in a similar position.
Following this session is usually holistic therapies such as arts and crafts or music. After dinner, you can expect to enjoy more free time to allow you to read or meditate. Bedtime is usually around 10 pm which allows for a restful night ready for the next day.
Call us today
If you are searching for rehab for either yourself or a loved one, reach out to OK Rehab today on 0800 326 5559. We can help you find local providers who can offer excellent treatment in state-of-the-art facilities central to Hemel Hempstead.
If you are ready to begin treatment, reach out to us and start your recovery journey.
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