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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Kingswinford

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

    When you are in the throws of addiction, it can be extremely difficult and painful to think logically about getting help. You may even find yourself panicking at the sheer prospect of reaching out after you have struggled with alcohol or drug addiction for so long.

    If you are someone who has no experience with visiting a rehab, or you do not know someone who has been to rehab, you may even have heard negative things about it.

    These rumours may derive from the fear we all have of the unknown.

    At OK Rehab we understand that if we do not have first-hand experience with rehab, it is understandable to have reservations about it.

    We are also eager to let you know that at Ok Rehab, we are capable of providing first-class care to those with addiction issues in the Kingswinford area.


    Why Should I Visit Rehab? 

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    One of the first things you may ask yourself if you have an addiction is can I free myself from addiction without reaching out for help from external sources?

    Whilst some people can get control over their addiction at home with at-home detoxing kits and by relying solely on their own willpower, for many individuals who are dependent on drugs and alcohol there are many benefits to visiting rehab.

    Firstly, it is much safer and comforting to recover whilst being monitored by professionals.

    This is also because you could experience severe or mild withdrawal symptoms whilst diminishing your connection with alcohol and drugs.

    Secondly, you will be supported by professionals and others who are going through similar experiences with addictive substances.

    You will also be in an environment where you are separated from those who may enable or exacerbate your addiction in order to give you the best chance to recover.

    You will also not be able to access these addictive substances so as to minimise temptation and create an atmosphere of healing and well-being.

    This network of support that we provide will minimise any feelings of loneliness that could have emerged if you decided to recover at home.

    With addiction issues on the rise due to stress and emotional issues, rehab is becoming more and more popular as a viable means to recover.

    This is also due to the choice between outpatient and inpatient treatments.

    In today’s society there is also a better awareness around mental health issues which reduces the social stigma around attending rehab.

    This helps individuals with addiction issues face the reality of their problem without attaching guilt and shame to their decision to get help.

    Rehab allows you to dissect your negative relationship with drugs and alcohol in order to repair it.

    Once we discuss your symptoms and your journey with addiction, we can guide you towards finding a suitable treatment programme.

    You must also bear in mind that you must want to attend rehab because of your own decision to get help.

    This means that you must engage fully with the programme for yourself and not because someone has forced you to attend rehab against your will.

    At OK Rehab, we want you to reap the full rewarding benefits of visiting rehab so that you can go on to live a happy and healthy sober lifestyle after it.


    Attending A Drug And Alcohol Rehab in Kingswinford


    As previously mentioned, there is an increase in the number of individuals with addiction issues.

    A large amount of these people are seeking a professional and private rehabilitation programme in the Kingswinford area.

    This means that if you are keen to visit a rehab centre in this area, you will need to be dedicated to this decision.

    You will need to be prepared to change for yourself and want to better yourself.

    Remember that success in recovery comes from your motivation and commitment to your treatment plan.

    Whilst another person can refer you, they cannot carry out a rehab visit on your behalf. This is something you must do of your own free will.

    This comes when you acknowledge that you have an addiction and do not ignore the signs that it is having a negative impact on your life.

    Knowing when to reach out is difficult, but ignoring the problem is much worse and can lead to a much darker path.

    Even if you have a small inclination that you have an issue with drugs and alcohol, it is best to get professional advice instead of battling your demons alone.


    How Long Will I Stay In Rehab?

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    Typically a treatment programme will last 28 days.

    This is because it is the advised timeframe it takes to make or break a habit.

    However, if there are deep-rooted issues which can not be fully addressed in this time period, an individual may be required to stay longer.

    This is to ensure that they are strong enough to battle addiction when they return home and that they will not be prone to relapsing.

    Whilst 28 days can be effective for some, it may not be for others.

    More importantly, rehab will give you a set structure so that you can begin to get control of your life.

     At OK Rehab, we do not encourage you to focus a great deal on the time you will stay in rehab.

    Whilst you may be eager to get back to your normal lifestyle, we want you to get the most out of our treatment options.

    Often it is not a straight path to recovery and so it may be unrealistic to expect to have your treatment programme fully completed in 28 days.


    Our Treatment Services

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    One key aspect of recovery is the detoxing process.

    If an individual is dependent on alcohol or drugs, we will carry out a medical detox with them in order to withdraw from these addictive substances.

    When someone with addiction issues wants to quit, they may get impatient and take a cold turkey approach when quitting drugs or alcohol.

    This can be extremely dangerous as your body has become dependent on these substances.

    Therefore, we must decrease these consumption levels to the point where your body no longer relies on them.


    Treating A Dual Diagnosis

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    It is important to note that drug and alcohol abuse and mental illnesses can feed off of each other.

    This means that the person with addiction must receive psychological as well as physical support. Rehab is not just about physical recovery.

    It is also about building your confidence and endowing you with a strong sense of accomplishment. This means facing your mental health issues.

    Again, this is why you are more likely to recover at a professional rehab as we offer services that help your mental health.

    In this context, we will need to assess the ways in which your mental health impacts your choices and habits in relation to drugs and alcohol.

    You can then be treated as someone with a co-occurring disorder.

    This could require group therapy sessions, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) or dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT).

    These types of therapy focus on changing your thought patterns in order to make much better and healthier decisions.

    Speaking to someone and sharing your thoughts can be extremely influential on your recovery journey.

    We often underestimate the need to talk about our thoughts and we don’t realise how much our thoughts influence our daily decisions.

    This will also include uncovering why you feel the need to resort to drugs and alcohol and what has led you to make that decision.

    They will equip you with the knowledge to control your own behaviours and take positive steps towards recovery.


    A Timescale For Recovery

    As everyone who struggles with addiction is different, it can be difficult to gauge a rough estimate of long-term recovery success rates.

    Often those with addiction issues will struggle in varying forms and intensities all their life.

    At rehab, you will be able to acquire skills and tools that you then can apply to your own life so that you do not slip back into temptation.

    At OK Rehab, we want you to strengthen your close relationships with others and ultimately mend the relationship with yourself.

    This also means continuing to implement the things you have learned in rehab into your everyday life.


    Contact Us Today

     If you are willing and keen to make a change, you can contact us to learn more about our treatment programmes.

    At OK Rehab, we can help you to understand your addiction and get the help you need for it.

    Attempting to recover by yourself means that you will not be able to avail of our excellent services.

    Remember, you can only heal your relationship with drugs and alcohol when you make the decision to change.

    You no longer have to be a victim of addiction.

    You can visit our website or give us a call on 0800 326 5559 to learn more information and kickstart your recovery today.



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