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    Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Leicestershire

    We know from experience of our own and experience dealing with clients across the country that addiction can hold a large amount of power over you.

    It is difficult to overcome this power alone, but sometimes even more challenging to seek professional help to do so.

    What exacerbates this even more is having to navigate through the field of options for addiction treatment whilst also dealing with withdrawal symptoms and attempting to fight the urges of constant temptation.

    Here at OK Rehab, we aim to make the process of reaching out for help and receiving crucial addiction treatment as simple and smooth as possible.

    Self-admitting yourself into treatment has never been easier, and with our support, you could be on your way to a full recovery in a drug and alcohol rehab in Leicestershire in no time.

    Call us today on 0800 326 5559 to make a free-of-charge enquiry. We can also offer a plethora of support, information and advice for loved ones of those struggling to cope with addiction and promise a judgement-free space in which to discuss your situation.

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    The use of interventions before further rehabilitative treatments

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    When first starting the process of rehabilitation, individuals can often become overwhelmed at the amount of information available to them on their different options and choices.

    However, there are also some steps that can be taken before this process to help the individual find suitable help, even before looking at rehabilitation options.

    This can be achieved through the use of interventions. If used and carried out suitably, interventions can massively increase the likelihood of individuals continuing to further care or seeking rehabilitation options.

    The standard and most traditional form of intervention has a success rate of around 30% in terms of encouraging individuals to seek further care, and this method is often reported to be very confrontational.

    Often, the individual is blamed for their behaviour, making them feel worse about their situation.

    A more modern approach, however, has far higher rates of success at around 70%. This approach, known as the CRAFT approach (Community Reinforcement Approach to Family Training), takes a more invitational approach to interventions (1).

    Using this method, families and friends are able to build better relationships with the individual suffering from addiction, understanding more about their situation, triggers, and which types of rehab treatments may be most suitable.

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    How do I know I’m addicted?

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    In addition to the struggles faced by individuals beginning the rehabilitation process, they may also be struggling with the concept of facing addiction itself.

    Addiction presents itself differently in every individual, meaning that no two people will experience the life-changing effects in the same way.

    Because of this, knowing when you may be addicted can be difficult; asking someone who may already be struggling may not always help due to the different effects that they may be dealing with.

    However, there are some tools that can be used to assess this further. With most drug and alcohol rehab in Leicestershire, the CAGE questionnaire is a common tool used for assessing whether someone is addicted or not.

    The acronym stands for the areas of question that the medical professional will ask the individual relating to their behaviour.

    These are as follows:

    • Cutting down
    • Annoyance by criticism
    • Guilty feeling
    • Eye-openers

    When assessing the individual, the examiner will assess their answers, seeing how they may relate to the individual’s behaviour concerning substance usage.

    For example, someone who is consuming a large amount of alcohol on a regular basis may become irritated if this behaviour is pointed out by a friend or family member, making them annoyed by criticism and therefore displaying one of the key features of someone who may be addicted.

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    How much does residential rehab cost in Leicestershire?

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    In general, there is no set cost for drug and alcohol rehab in Leicestershire. For each individual, the cost will vary based on the duration of their stay, the treatments they undertake, and the cost of any pharmacological intervention required.

    However, there are a few key features that have a large effect on the overall cost.

    For most residential rehab centres, this is the occupancy of the rooms used for accommodation. On average, single-occupancy rooms are often more expensive than muti-occupancy rooms.

    This is due to the amount of space each individual resides in and, therefore, the level of upkeep that is required for each of the rooms.

    If the cost of cleaning a room is spread out by all who reside in it, then the cost is far greater for the individual who opts for a private room.

    Below is an average of the costs based on each room type and stay type:

    • Single-occupancy room, ten-day detox: ~£4,500
    • Single-occupancy room recommended 28-day stay: ~£10,000
    • Multi-occupancy room, ten-day detox: ~£3,000
    • Multi-occupancy room recommended 28-day stay: ~£6,000

    Please bear in mind that these are averages across the whole of the UK, not just in Leicestershire, and that other factors, such as insurance, will affect the overall cost.

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    Is drug and alcohol rehab covered by health insurance?

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    When individuals have health insurance, either through the company they work for or through private care, it is important to determine whether or not rehabilitation is covered by this.

    In most cases, the answer is yes. If the individual has a personal plan developed individually or through their company, then they will be eligible for health insurance coverage for rehabilitation.

    However, it is always necessary to check this with the health insurance provider. If this is through a company, then this may be evident in the individual’s contract or by asking their company’s insurance representative (often accessed through human resources etc.).

    If the individual has their own private healthcare plan, then contacting the company directly is the next step of action.

    Often, cover for rehabilitation can be accessed quickly, sometimes within 48 hours. Most insurance companies understand the importance of speed when accessing care for addiction, as it is a disorder that can worsen quickly if left untreated.

    In most cases, the cost is then discussed between the insurance company and the drug and alcohol rehab provider.

    In any case, individuals should make sure to check their plan before proceeding – knowing which plan they have and what this covers in terms of care is essential before entering or beginning any type of rehabilitation programme.

    Insurance is not always necessary in every case, but it is important to understand the procedure if this is a required route.

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    Is drug and alcohol rehab on the NHS?

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    The range of rehabilitation services available on the NHS has grown recently due to increased research and funding in this area.

    However, this is often not enough when it comes to meeting the demands of the UK public and their addiction crises.

    Although services such as counselling and medical interventions are popular, accessing more proven treatments such as residential rehabilitation is more difficult.

    Residential rehab is the most successful rehab treatment available, but the costs, space, and funding for this type of care are all difficult to assess.

    Through the NHS, this type of care is not often accessed, meaning that individuals who are in most need of this service may not always be able to begin rehab in this way.

    Additionally, those who may be suitable for more specific (and therefore costly) care may have to present their needs to an external funding body such as their local council in Leicestershire in order to gain funding.

    This is a taxing process and can take months to begin treatment, often worsening the individual’s case in the meantime if they are not given suitable alternative care.

    As mentioned above, some individuals may have a long history of drug abuse, meaning that residential care is the most suitable, but if they cannot access this care, then their quality of life may rapidly deteriorate.

    Getting the help, you need when you need it is as simple as calling a member of the OK Rehab team on 0800 326 5559 to begin discussing your options and finding the most suitable places to access this care.

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    How long does rehab last?

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    As with the cost of rehab, and as mentioned in the previous paragraphs, every individual’s experience of rehab will be different.

    Whether this is due to their history of drug usage, their personal progress through rehab, or a number of other factors, every individual will progress through different addiction treatments at a different pace.

    Because of this, it is very difficult to estimate the amount of time that someone may spend in rehab.

    Where it is suitable, individuals may be able to complete detox in seven days, though this is only in cases of a shorter history of drug usage and/or reduced negative effects.

    This is generally the shortest amount of time in which the harmful build-up of chemicals in the body can be reduced to a safe level where an individual can then proceed with later treatments.

    In most cases, OK Rehab will recommend a stay of 28-days in a residential centre. This is the recommended amount of time as it allows individuals to progress through a full detoxification process before partaking in further therapies.

    From this alone, the differences in duration of rehab can be seen as some individuals may complete full detoxification in a far shorter time period than others – something which is incredibly difficult to predict.

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    NHS treatments vs private residential rehab

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    The two main categories of drug and alcohol rehab in Leicestershire that individuals are presented with when beginning their search for are NHS-based (or council-funded) treatments or private residential rehab.

    This is the main decision, as the individual must assess which may be most suitable.

    In general, and as mentioned previously, council-funded treatments are the most accessed rehab services in the UK. This is due to the fact that they are often within the local area, making it convenient for individuals to access on a regular basis.

    Additionally, these services are free-of-charge, meaning that they can also result in some lengthy waiting lists. When trying to access care, individuals can be waiting months to receive the go-ahead or the confirmation of secured funding.

    In most cases, those individuals who do access care through this method do not have contact with a constant therapist, often meeting with different specialists in different sessions, making continuous recovery a staggered and difficult process.

    Alternatively, individuals may consider private residential care.

    This has been proven to be the most effective form of rehabilitative care due to its flexible and tailored nature, adjusting based on the individual’s engagement and progress through different addiction treatment programmes.

    However, one of the drawbacks for some individuals may be the cost. Though this is also broken down previously on this webpage, it is always necessary to consider the level of care, the experience of staff, and the around-the-clock support that is provided through residential centres.

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    Inpatient or outpatient treatment in Leicestershire

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    As a further breakdown of types of care available in Leicestershire, rehab can be described as being on an inpatient or outpatient basis.

    In general, these terms refer to the location in which someone may stay to recover as well as the frequency and duration of this type of care

    These two types of rehabilitation categories are outlined (and examples are given) below:

    • Inpatient care – this is the most successful type of care, most often referring to the treatment of individuals whilst they are staying in a residential rehab centre. Whilst patients may undergo many of the same addiction treatment programmes and therapies, and inpatient care is categorised by the individual staying away from home. Additionally, these individuals are more likely to engage in therapies and treatments on a more regular basis, often forming most of their daily routines.
    • Outpatient care – this type of care is employed when residential rehab may not be suitable or appropriate for an individual. In most cases, during outpatient care, individuals will remain living at home or in their local area while attending and engaging with rehabilitative treatments in a dedicated space or through home visits. Many of the same types of treatments available in rehab centres are available outside of these establishments, but they are more likely to be offered as weekly or monthly counselling sessions or treatment programmes rather than everyday activities.

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    Alcohol detoxification and rehabilitation in Leicestershire

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    OK Rehab provides support and advice for all types of addiction, from drugs to lifestyle addictions, a member of our team is happy to speak with you about any questions you may have relating to addiction.

    However, there are some common addictions that can be outlined here. For example, alcohol remains one of the biggest problems in the UK, as well as specifically in the area of Leicestershire.

    An addiction to alcohol, especially with a long history, can be incredibly risky to withdraw from alone.

    This is due to the fact that alcohol is a physically addictive drug, and the withdrawal symptoms associated with it can be life-threatening if not managed properly.

    Some of the most common withdrawal symptoms include body tremors, increased sweating, insomnia, and alcoholic seizures. These are all treated during detoxification, but some individuals may require additional supervision.

    In the case of a long history of alcohol abuse, an individual may be required to have a pharmacological intervention such as the administration of drugs such as Librium.

    These types of drug help reduce the negative impacts of withdrawal symptoms, helping the individual focus on further rehabilitative treatments.

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    Rehabilitation for cocaine addiction in Leicestershire

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    In addition to alcohol, OK Rehab provides support for addiction to cocaine, one of the most common and popular drugs in the UK. (2)

    Cocaine has remained one of the most common recreational drugs in the UK for decades due to the strong effects it has when consumed and the hard psychological crashes when the individual does not take any more.

    As a powerful stimulant, cocaine can cause massive changes in behaviour, something that is often picked up on by those close to the individual.

    With long-term misuse, individuals can risk experiencing a psychological crash – something which takes a long time to recover from, both physically and mentally.

    Although cocaine is not physically addictive like alcohol, it can have serious effects on an individual’s mental health, often requiring therapy or alternative addiction treatments in the future.

    In terms of rehabilitation, individuals are encouraged to seek addiction treatment courses that focus on the psychological recovery of addiction, as well as physical treatments to initially detox from the drug.

    In all cases, individuals should follow the three key stages of detoxification, rehabilitation, and aftercare. This provides the strongest framework for long-term recovery and successful time in rehab.

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    Rehabilitation for heroin addiction in Leicestershire

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    Often as a stereotype, heroin is a class A drug which is renowned for its addictive qualities. Though the UK has relatively fewer cases of heroin addiction than some other areas of the world, it is nonetheless an addiction with which OK Rehab is ready to help.

    Often, individuals begin by snorting heroin, progressing through to smoking before finally injecting it.

    This increased scale of administration counteracts the tolerance that individuals will build up, reducing the short-term positive effects that individuals gain when they consume the drug.

    When consumed, heroin provides the user with extreme short-term highs, leading many individuals to quickly become addicted to the substance, seeking more and more with every use to achieve the same effects.

    However, there are long-term impacts that heroin usage can have when compared to short-term highs. For example, heroin is physically addictive, meaning that it poses a risk to an individual’s body’s health.

    With long-term abuse, individuals risk liver diseases, blood clots, heart complications, and an increased risk of seizures. In addition, heroin usage has been related to degrading mental functioning when used over a long period of time in high quantities.

    When withdrawing, drug and alcohol rehab in Leicestershire will often administer a technique known as tapering to transition from heroin to a heroin-like substitute. This reduces the negative effects and prepares the individual for future treatments.

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    Rehabilitation for a cannabis addiction in Leicestershire

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    As the most commonly used drug in the UK, cannabis addictions make up a large proportion of the individuals progressing through rehabilitative treatment. (2)

    Cannabis, also known as marijuana or weed, is a psychoactive drug known for affecting the individual’s central nervous system (CNS) upon consumption.

    Cannabis can have a variety of effects when used recreationally. These effects vary from individual to individual depending on the type of cannabis consumed, quantity consumed, method of consumption, and the individual’s tolerance level.

    Some of the most common effects are listed below:

    • Mild euphoria
    • Increased appetite
    • Enhanced introspection and creativity
    • Increased appetite
    • Increased libido
    • Feeling of wellbeing
    • Paranoia

    As there are a variety of effects, these are also evident in the types of treatment that individuals suffering from a cannabis addiction will undergo.

    There is no procedure known as a ‘cannabis detox’, and individuals are encouraged to focus on the mental health aspects of their recovery, making sure to enter drug and alcohol rehab in Leicestershire that focus on both the physical and mental health aspects of recovery.

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    Determining whether Rehab is for you

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    Coming to terms with your situation, deciding on seeking medical help and searching through the options available is a fragile time for anyone dealing with an addiction.

    There are plenty of options out there for those with a drug or alcohol addiction, but so many options can become confusing, and with everyone vying for your attention, it is easy to choose the simplest or cheapest option out of bewilderment.

    At OK Rehab, we want to make sure you are receiving the best care possible that is not only suited to your needs but that is also the most likely to lead you towards a full recovery.

    When you first contact us, we will evaluate you with an initial assessment of you and your addiction. This is to help us decide and narrow down what the most appropriate options are for your needs, taking the pressure off you to figure this out for yourself.

    We do this because we know that there are many individuals out there that believe they either do not need professional help or that medical intervention is only necessary when addiction is out of control.

    This is not true, and professional treatment can be for anybody experiencing addiction, no matter the circumstances. Most of the time, we will recommend rehab – specifically residential rehab programmes – in your local area.

    There are many negative preconceptions and harmful stereotypes surrounding rehab routinely portrayed through TV shows and films, so we recognise that this recommendation can sometimes seem daunting.

    The belief that rehab is only for the most serious of cases is a fallacy, and rehab can, in fact, be beneficial to any individual struggling with an addiction.

    Of course, we can take you through all the possible options over the phone, but if you are still unsure as to whether rehab could be right for you, ask yourself the following questions:

    • Has my physical appearance changed drastically? Have I lost weight or stopped caring about personal hygiene?
    • Has my sleeping pattern been affected by my use of the substance?
    • Do I experience muscle pain, dizziness, nausea, headaches or shakes when I have withdrawn from the substance for a short period of time?
    • Is my tolerance for the substance increasing each time I use it, resulting in me having to up the dose each time?
    • Am I more easily agitated, on-edge or angrier than usual? Has my use of the substance resulted in heightened emotional symptoms of existing mental health issues, such as depression or anxiety?
    • Am I becoming more withdrawn in my social, work and personal life? Am I avoiding certain responsibilities?
    • Am I hiding my substance use from loved ones? Have any loved ones expressed concern over my use of the substance? Have I denied I need help or lashed out at loved ones when they try to help?
    • Do I have a hidden stash of the substance somewhere? Is my substance use seeping into my work life?

    The questions listed above contain just some of the physical, mental and social symptoms of addiction.

    If you answered yes to a number of them, or even just one or two, we suggest calling us today on 0800 326 5559, as rehab could most definitely be beneficial to you.

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    The importance of dual diagnosis for co-occurring mental health disorders during rehab

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    In over half of cases of addiction, individuals will also show symptoms of an underlying mental health condition.

    Addiction is considered to be a symptom of existing or undiagnosed mental health problems, meaning that the two often co-occur within an individual struggling with addiction.

    Commonly experienced mental health problems associated with addiction include anxiety, depression, postpartum depression, and bipolar disorder.

    All services and recommendations made by OK Rehab through our referral system will follow this theory, also known as the dual diagnosis approach.

    The dual diagnosis approach is essential for a long-term, effective, and efficient recovery, and individuals will benefit greatly from addiction treatment programmes following this structure.

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    Treatments to expect during Rehab

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    Every client’s experience in rehab and with treatment will differ greatly due to factors such as the severity of addiction, the length of time the addiction has been present, the substance or substances used, the characteristics of the client and a host of other personal aspects.

    For this reason, we cannot, at this early stage in the process, detail exactly what your treatment will be. This is decided by the initial assessments we perform at the beginning of the enquiry and admissions process.

    There are many forms of treatment and methods of therapy that you may experience throughout your stay at rehab, including:

    If you wish to know more about these methods of treatment, visit our treatments page for a more in-depth explanation of each. Alternatively, give us a call today, and we can discuss which treatments you are likely to encounter.

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    Creating a relapse prevention plan at rehab

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    Rehabilitation is a gradual process, taking place over the course of the individual’s time in rehab or addiction treatment programme service providers as well as after.

    During an individual’s time in rehab, they are likely to come across a relapse prevention planning training course. This is designed to help individuals become more acclimatised to the idea of life after rehab.

    Support is always available to individuals, either through their addiction support provider or through OK Rehab but having a plan such as this is a great way to make care more personal and independent.

    There are many factors that individuals should take into account whilst making this plan.

    For example, understanding that recovery is a gradual process, part of a longer development and personal growth span, is a great mindset to have when creating the plan.

    Maintaining motivation and determination when creating a relapse prevention plan is just one of the great ways to ensure that this plan is not needed, or if it is, then it is effective.

    It is always recommended that individuals can access this plan quickly, providing information on their cravings, triggers, coping mechanisms, and any suitable contacts such as an addiction supervisor or addiction support networking group.

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    Aftercare and alternative rehabilitation treatments

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    Alternative drug and alcohol rehab in Leicestershire:

    • Addiction support network groups, e.g., Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous
    • SMART – Self-Management and Recovery Training – uses a combination of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and motivational interviewing (MI)
    • Home detoxes
    • Family drug support
    • Alternative outpatient treatments are accessed through the individual’s local Leicestershire council

    Most addiction service providers also provide an aftercare system, connecting the individual with an additional specialist or support group to support their future recovery and rehabilitation endeavours.

    This service is always available, no matter which stage of rehab an individual is in, through OK Rehab and our 24/7 addiction support line on 0800 326 5559.

    Call a member of our team today to get more information on any area of addiction or if you would like to start your rehab journey today.

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    What to do before Rehab

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    If you are someone who has definitively decided on attending drug and alcohol rehab in Leicestershire for addiction treatment, there are some things you can do before your stay to make it easier.

    1. Let people know

    There is a possibility of you being in rehab for an average of 28-days. Because of this, it is crucial to let friends, family, and employers/employees know where you will be going and why.

    We understand this may be scary, and you may even be feeling embarrassed or shameful about your predicament, but this step is necessary to ensure that your life still awaits you when you do eventually leave rehab.

    Letting your boss know where you are heading, when you will be leaving and for how long you will be gone is important to allow them to arrange cover for you if you have not already done this yourself.

    Knowing you have a job to get back to after your stay in rehab can, to some clients, be very reassuring.

    Talking about rehab with your loved ones will allow them to understand why you have to go, and if you are lucky to have supportive friends and family, they can even help you prepare.

    2. Take care of loose ends

    Just as you are letting loved ones and employers where you are heading, you should also ensure they can sufficiently look after your home, pets, etc., when you are gone.

    Make sure you have automatic payments set up for any bills that will have to be paid whilst you are out and that any other responsibilities you have can be taken over by a trusted friend.

    3. Mentally prepare

    During your stay in rehab, you will participate in a number of different types of therapy and holistic treatments. In order to get the most out of these treatments, you must be open to them.

    It sounds clichéd, but having a positive mindset when entering rehab can be extremely helpful, whereas going into the treatment, being sceptical or not willing to fully participate, can slow down a potential recovery.

    Addiction is not an overnight illness, and rehab is, therefore, not an overnight cure.

    Prepare yourself to stay in a new place for a while and to partake in therapy and counselling – the more open and optimistic you are, the more likely you are to make the most of rehab.

    4. Take the essentials

    Though it may be tempting to pack up everything that reminds you of home, we recommend only bringing to rehab what you will definitely need.

    Rehab is time to focus on yourself and healing from your addiction, so you won’t benefit from bringing along distractions or any unnecessary belongings. Make sure you’re also packing with your specific rehab’s set of allowed and banned items in mind.

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    What to do after Rehab

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    When you eventually leave our care at your chosen drug and alcohol rehab in Leicestershire, our team will still be available to help you if you need assistance with anything.

    We offer all our clients aftercare plans but also ensure that you are only leaving rehab when we know that you are fully prepared for life back home.

    Just like there are things you can do before your time in rehab to make it easier, there are also a few things you can do afterwards to ensure that any improvement you will have made in rehab continues.

    1. Attend further appointments

    Always make sure you are attending any appointments at the rehab clinic that are made for you.

    These are to catch up with you and see how you are coping with being back home and are great ways for you to see the progress you are making, receive additional treatment, or ask for any advice you may need.

    2. Change social groups

    If your usual group of friends (or even family) is comprised of individuals who frequently abuse substances, it may be time to detach yourself from this harmful environment and seek a new network of supportive friends.

    Don’t risk your own improvement by continuing to host friends that are pressuring or tempting you to revert back to your old and unhealthy habits, and instead invest your time in looking after yourself and finding people who care about your wellbeing.

    3. Find new hobbies

    Prioritise your mental health and dive into things that inspire and uplift you by finding new, healthier ways to have fun.

    New hobbies can have a hugely positive effect on your life as a whole, especially creative interests or hobbies that help others, like volunteering, so get stuck in!

    4. Move away

    Whilst this will not apply to every client, the home environment is usually a hotbed for possible triggers for addiction.

    Identify whether your home could potentially contribute to a relapse, and consider moving home or staying with friends until you feel you are fully ready to return.

    5. Always be alert

    Be on the lookout for any signs of a relapse. Have friends and family remain close to you if possible and employ them to keep you away from possible triggers. If you do feel yourself being tempted into old habits, our helpline is always available to call.

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    References

    [1] Meyers, R.J., Miller, W.R., Hill, D.E. and Tonigan, J.S., 1998. Community reinforcement and family training (CRAFT): Engaging unmotivated drug users in treatment. Journal of Substance Abuse10(3), pp.291-308.

    [2] Office for National Statistics: Drug misuse in England and Wales: year ending March 2020: https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/crimeandjustice/articles/drugmisuseinenglandandwales/yearendingmarch2020

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