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    Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Hull

    Do you live in Hull and find yourself beginning to struggle with the negative side effects of drug and alcohol use? Perhaps you’re concerned that your substance use has formed into an addiction.

    If you’re worried about your drug and/or alcohol consumption or you’ve had enough of the detrimental effects it’s having on your physical or mental health, it’s time to find some professional addiction recovery treatment.

    The problem with addiction is that the very nature of the effects it has on your body and mind, interfere with the recovery efforts of even the most determined individual. Many people who realise that they have developed an addiction make substantial efforts to recover, but unfortunately, more often than not, this ends in a cycle of recovery and relapses.

    If this is your experience, please don’t give up. The fact that you want to recover is promising and the most important part of recovery is the desire to do so.

    Almost everyone who has ever struggled with addiction and recovered did so with professional help. If you’re determined to get well, then a comprehensive residential rehab programme offers you the absolute best possible chance to do so.

    There’s absolutely no shame in needing help with your recovery, addiction is a disease and, like any other, professional medical attention is usually needed.

    The good news is, there is a range of renowned rehab facilities in and around the Hull area.

    Here at OK Rehab, we have a number of partner addiction treatment centres locally to you, all of whom operate under strict guidelines and offer top quality multi-faceted treatment programmes. If you’re ready to make a change and live a new, sober life, we can help fastrack your referral to the most appropriate rehab facility for your needs.

    We know that rehab can be a daunting prospect for many, so our experienced team of addiction treatment referral specialists have put together a list of answers to the most regularly posed questions and concerns raised by those considering it.

    We hope that this helps to diminish any insecurities that you may have about starting your recovery, however, if you have anything else you would like to ask, our team is ready to take your call.

    Can I attend drug and alcohol rehab in Hull?

    There are a number of options for attending drug and alcohol rehab in Hull and the surrounding areas. The good news is, here at OK Rehab, we can help you to find the right type of addiction recovery treatment for you, the right location to attend and even help to secure you a place at of our trusted rehab centres in Hull.

    Whilst there will be NHS or community-based rehab programmes provided locally, availability is unfortunately very scarce, due to high demand and low funding in the area of addiction recovery.

    With this in mind, attending private drug and alcohol rehabilitation in Hull should be given serious consideration, it’s an incredibly worthwhile investment.

    There are benefits to attending rehab close to home, such as minimal disruption to your life, reduced travel costs and the potential for easier family visits throughout a residential stay.

    Of course, if you would prefer to recover outside of the Hull area, we can also recommend a variety of partner rehab facilities in the Yorkshire area, such as:

    • Leeds
    • Sheffield
    • Bradford
    • Middlesbrough
    • York
    • Wakefield
    • Doncaster
    • Barnsley
    • Halifax
    • Huddersfield
    • Harrogate
    • Rotherham
    • Cleveland

    We also have partner facilities available across the UK. Some people prefer to address their addiction further from home due to concern about judgement if local acquaintances discover their treatment.

    Whilst this is an understandable concern, you can rest assured that all of our partner rehab centres are based in secluded locations, away from the public eye and your treatment is dealt with in the strictest confidence throughout.

    When you have made the choice to begin your recovery journey, get in touch with our team here at OK Rehab. We will begin your initial assessment, which will gather some details about your addiction to allow us to make accurate recommendations for your care.

    Once you have decided on a treatment programme and centre, we can arrange a mutually convenient admission date for you to begin your treatment. You won’t need a GP referral and you won’t need to wait to begin your recovery.

    We can recommend a number of options to try and best suit your available budget and, if necessary, many of our partner facilities offer payment plans. We want to ensure that quality addiction recovery treatment is accessible to all that need it, so if paying in instalments will help you to attend your chosen programme, this can be arranged.

    The importance of your committing your recovery

    Attending private residential rehab is proven to be the most effective way to recover from a drug or alcohol addiction. Those who experience the highest levels of success, however, are the clients who are committed to their recovery goals throughout their treatment.

    Whilst those who are determined to recover have an excellent chance of success, when you enter rehab, you must understand that this is not a magical fix. In order to reap the benefits that the rehab facilities offer, you must have a strong desire to end your addiction.

    Whilst addiction recovery treatment is an incredibly worthwhile investment and offers you the opportunity to take back control of your life, it’s critical to ensure that you are mentally prepared for your treatment before your devote both time and money to the treatment programme.

    Our team at OK Rehab are experienced addiction recovery referral specialists and they will be able to talk you through the treatment options in detail, so that you know what to expect and are motivated to succeed, the first time.

    We provide all the support you need to begin your recovery, whether that’s simply setting up your pre-admission or you need some more information to convince you that this is the right fit for you.

    Will I have to go through the detox process as a part of my recovery?

    Detox is a predominant part of almost all addiction treatment programmes. The importance of breaking the physical bond your body has developed with drugs and/or alcohol before you tackle the psychological aspect of your recovery should not be underestimated.

    As well as reducing physical carvings and removing toxins, leaving you with a healthier body, it allows your mind to focus its efforts on your mental health-related attachment with substances.

    Whilst this is the treatment that many people who are considering rehab treatment dread, you can be safe in the knowledge that attending detox at a private residential clinic offers you the most comfortable and safest detox experience available.

    Although it may be tempting to attempt this prior to your recovery treatment, there are a number of dangerous and potentially life-threatening withdrawal symptoms associated with some substances.

    Through professional detox, you will withdraw from drugs and alcohol at a very gradual rate, minimising the withdrawal effects and making for a much more comfortable experience.

    Continuous monitoring by trained medical professionals and addiction specialists throughout your detox is also a comfort. They will be able to minimise your discomfort throughout the detox, as well as act quickly, should an emergency situation arise.

    The facilities are designed to aid in this process and those who experience this type of detox have the best chance of staying sober, once they have completed the treatment.

    Top-notch psychological treatment and support

    Once the physical detoxification has taken place, you will be in the optimum state to receive your combined psychological therapy and mental health support. During this time, you will participate in a number of therapy sessions to try and establish the cause of your addiction, learn how to overcome the triggers and form a new mindset about drugs and alcohol and your addiction.

    During your admission to the rehab facility, you will have a personalised treatment plan developed by doctors and addiction counsellors. This plan will contain a number of psychological treatments that will be used in tandem to treat your specific addiction experience. These therapy sessions will vary, depending on your plan, but are likely to include:

    • Cognitive behavioural therapy
    • Support groups
    • Exposure therapy
    • Dialectical behaviour therapy
    • Personal therapy and counselling
    • Family therapy
    • Alternative therapy, such as art, music or yoga
    • Motivational therapy

    Together with your counsellors, you will develop a relapse prevention plan for your return home to Hull. This will arm you with the tools that you need to maintain your sobriety, ignore your triggers and integrate back into your everyday life.

    All of our partner facilities offer mental health support and aftercare services for up to eighteen months beyond your discharge from the programme. You will have access to a support network and groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, in your local area.

    Speak to OK Rehab

    If you’re considering attending a drug and alcohol rehab facility in Hull, speak to our friendly team here at OK Rehab today. We will be happy to answer any queries that you have and support you in your quest to find the ideal treatment facility for your specific needs.

    Addiction experiences are different for everyone, so it’s important that your recovery treatment matches your needs. We will ensure that you begin on the right path, to your bright and sober future.

    If you wish to know more about our services or would like to start an enquiry for yourself or a loved one, call us today on 0800 326 5559, or fill in our online form to receive a callback.

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