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    Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Luton

    Drug and alcohol addiction is a huge problem across the UK, and it continues to present new challenges to communities of all sizes.

    People of all ages, sex, wealth, occupation, and belief fall into the jaws of addiction. It is a disease which does not discriminate, as people of all demographics succumb to its symptoms.

    Between April 2020 and March 2021, it was estimated that around 275,899 adults in the UK were in contact with a drug and alcohol service. This was an increase from the previous year. [1]

    It is also important to note that these are only the numbers of those who only contacted a drug and alcohol service. Many more are suffering from addiction alone, whether they are too reluctant to seek help or don’t realise that they have a problem.

    Furthermore, only 130,490 of this previous figure sought the support of drug and alcohol rehab. This means that even though people are seeking treatment, there are many more who do not seek the support that they require.

    Just as England struggles to overcome the effects of drug and alcohol addiction, so do Luton and the rest of Bedfordshire.

    In 2019/2020, Luton saw a total of 531 new presentations in treatment through drug and alcohol rehab in Luton. The real number of those addicted (but not seeking treatment) is expected to be significantly higher. [2]

    Of these new presentations, almost 20% were parents living with their children. This can create familial breakdown, emotional trauma, and financial issues if parents are expected to look after their children while undergoing addiction recovery.

    In 2018/2019, it was estimated that 79% of parents suffering from alcoholism were not receiving the treatment that they required.

    Furthermore, 41 children per 1,000 in Luton were living in a household where parents suffered from either alcoholism or drug addiction. 67 per 1,000 children lived in a household where domestic abuse was frequent.

    12 children per 1,000 in Luton lived in a household with parents suffering simultaneously from alcoholism or drug addiction, mental health issues, and domestic abuse. When compared to the national average, Luton’s figures are higher.

    Clearly, Luton is not exempt from the UK’s problems concerning drug and alcohol addiction. If you think that you might be suffering from either a drug or alcohol addiction, it is important to seek help soon.

    OK Rehabcan help you locate a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton to optimise your recovery.

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    Addiction and its affects

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    There is an unnecessary stigma attached to addiction and rehab. Unfortunately, this can stop many people suffering from a drug or alcohol problem from reaching out for the help they need.

    We don’t want this to be the case for anyone, so we strive to offer quick and judgment-free support to all those who are struggling to cope with an addiction.

    We believe your recovery is possible no matter your circumstances or the obstacles you are facing right now, and our job is to get you there.

    With our help, you could soon be placed in a suitable drug and alcohol rehab in Luton and on your way to a full recovery.

    You could take part in therapy and counselling sessions to better understand yourself and your addiction and could undergo detox to rid your body of the toxins left behind by substances.

    Overall, you could have the chance to live a drug and alcohol-free life once more.

    To begin an enquiry for yourself or a loved one, call us today on 0800 326 5559. Alternatively, fill in our online form for a callback.

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    What is addiction?

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    Today, addiction is officially recognised as a disease of chronic brain disease.

    The disease is finally being recognised for what it is, a condition harmful enough to consume people and ruin their lives. There is no reason to believe that addiction is anything other than a disease, and this is supported by physiological evidence.

    When suffering from an addiction, an individual will experience alterations in what we call the ‘reward pathways’ or ‘mesolimbic pathways.

    These pathways are what make us chase particular feelings or sensations in order for the brain to release dopamine to make us feel happier and euphoric. This conforms to the brain disease model of addiction.[3]

    However, the individual’s reward pathways are altered to become increasingly dependent on a particular substance or activities, whether drugs, alcohol, sex, etc.

    In turn, individuals seek to replicate this feeling over and over, especially as they begin to experience discomforting withdrawal symptoms.

    These withdrawal symptoms can be either physical or psychological. Physical symptoms can come in the form of nausea, headaches, diarrhoea, lethargy, seizures, and worse.

    Psychological symptoms can come in the form of insomnia, anxiety, depression, and much more.

    Individuals will seek to consume more of these substances as they experience these symptoms in order to quell them. The more they consume, however, the higher their tolerance becomes.

    The higher their tolerance, the more dangerous their level of consumption is.

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    How would I know if I’m addicted?

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    If you experience some of the common physical or psychological withdrawal symptoms that are associated with addiction, it might be possible that you are addicted.

    However, these symptoms are not conclusive evidence that you are suffering from an addiction and need the support of drug and alcohol rehab in Luton.

    It is highly advised that you seek the diagnosis from a medical professional with experience in diagnosing individuals with addiction.

    However, there are resources available online for those that want immediate access to frameworks which clinicians often use to determine whether or not individuals suffer from substance use disorder.

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    The CAGE Questionnaire

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    One validated screening method for alcoholism which is easily accessible, is the CAGE Questionnaire.

    The CAGE Questionnaire is very simple. It consists of four questions which subjects need to answer with complete sincerity. Answering yes to two questions would imply that they are suffering from an addiction.

    The questions include:

    • Have you ever felt that you should CUT down on your drinking?
    • Have you ever become ANNOYED at criticisms about your drinking?
    • Have you ever felt GUILTY about your drinking?
    • Have you ever had a morning EYE OPENER to get rid of a hangover?

    While it is implied that individuals that answer ‘yes’ to two questions are suffering from an addiction, should they answer only ‘yes’ to the ‘eye opener’ question, it is enough to imply that they need to seek the support of a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton.

    The AUDIT Screening Test

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    Another validated screening method for alcoholism is the Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT). This test is similar to the CAGE Questionnaire. [4]

    However, it consists of ten questions rather than four. These questions are concerned with alcohol consumption, dependence, and consequences.

    Individuals will then receive a score to determine the severity of their addiction. If they receive a score of eight, it is likely that they are suffering from a moderate form of alcoholism.

    A score of 13 or higher would indicate that the individual is suffering from a severe form of alcoholism and should seek support from drug and alcohol rehab in Luton immediately.

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    What is the admissions process?

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    When you contact OK Rehab by dialling the number 0800 326 5559, you will be put in contact with an experienced, trained admissions officer.

    The conversation that follows will be in complete discretion, conducted in a relaxed manner, and made to help optimise your experience at a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton.

    Then, you will answer a range of questions about your substance use disorder. This is a preadmission or health assessment, done free of charge and swiftly over the phone.

    You will submit your personal details and your requirements for entering a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton for a consultant psychiatrist to design the most optimal recovery plan for you.

    Then, a suitable drug and alcohol rehab in Luton will be selected to facilitate your recovery. When you are ready, you can enter the drug and alcohol rehab in Luton to overcome addiction and lead a life of sobriety.

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    What if I’m looking for a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton for someone else?

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    It is often the case that people who research the complexities of addiction and get in touch with drug and alcohol rehab providers such as OK Rehab are doing it to help a friend or family member.

    Addiction is cruel, and its victims can become reluctant to seek treatment for themselves out of fear of social ramifications as well as withdrawal symptoms.

    Some people who are suffering from addiction might not realise that they are suffering from an addiction, so when the notion of entering treatment via a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton is brought off, it is easy for them to dismiss it.

    Furthermore, many are aware that they have a problem, but they are fearful of what addiction recovery consists of and what might happen if they stop consuming their addictive substance.

    OK Rehab can help you with organising an intervention. We will assign you an interventionist to facilitate intervention in Luton for your loved one.

    During the intervention, non-confrontational communication between the addiction sufferer and his or her family and friends will occur.

    The purpose of an intervention is not to coerce an individual into treatment through a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton but to simply guide them in a direction of recovery.

    It should help them realise how their addiction harms them and their friends and family.

    Seeking treatment through a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton because you yourself want to recover is driven by intrinsic motivation.

    Seeking treatment in order to satisfy the desires of others is driven by extrinsic motivation. Interventions can help ignite both sorts of motivation within individuals.

    One popular method of intervention is called the CRAFT intervention. CRAFT, or Community Reinforcement and Family Training, places emphasis on the families involved as well as those who are suffering from addiction. [5]

    CRAFT also emphasises the importance of positive reinforcement and encouragement.

    It is based on new scientific models which prove that positive reinforcement is more effective than condemning someone for their negative habits.

    It also emphasises letting individuals face the consequences of their addiction so that they can learn from their mistakes.

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    Is a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton available through the NHS?

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    If you are in Luton and are in search of a free drug and alcohol addiction recovery plan, the NHS does, in fact, offer support.

    This is an appealing option for many because of its affordability as well as its flexibility if individuals have social, familial, and occupational responsibilities while undergoing recovery at home in Luton.

    However, it should be noted that it isn’t necessarily the most optimal form of recovery. This is because patients might face a long waiting list before they begin their recovery.

    Due to the NHS’s circumstance of being understaffed, under-resourced, yet overworked, it can take time for patients in Luton to receive the treatment that they need.

    Additionally, a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton through the NHS will likely consist of outpatient recovery.

    While this is convenient for those suffering from mild forms of addiction, it isn’t suitable for many patients that suffer from multiple conditions or a severe form of addiction.

    Those that suffer from co-occurring disorders, that is, addiction as well as another condition (e.g. schizophrenia, bipolar, depression, etc.), should not undergo recovery as an outpatient in Luton.

    This is because they require the utmost support and constant care in order to ensure that they successfully recover from addiction.

    Causes of addiction will vary from patient to patient, and some will have fallen into addiction due to environmental factors. If the patient is not removed from their toxic social environment, then it is likely that they will fail to recover.

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    The benefits of undergoing treatment as an inpatient at a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton

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    There is a range of benefits of being an inpatient at a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton. Firstly, patients will be removed from their potentially toxic social environment, which aggravated or even caused their addiction.

    Secondly, patients will receive much more care and supervision in a regulated environment to ensure that they are comfortable.

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    Should I enter a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton as an inpatient or outpatient?

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    It can be difficult to determine the severity of your own addiction. While some people may want to undergo recovery as an outpatient, they may fall into the criteria of patients that should seek inpatient treatment.

    Clinicians often refer to the ASAM Criteria to determine the severity of a patient’s addiction.[6]

    The ASAM criteria is a multidimensional assessment tool used to accurately assess the level of treatment that a patient requires when they enter treatment in Luton. This helps create a personalised and patient-centric experience for those in recovery.

    The ASAM criteria are made up of six dimensions, and each dimension is concerned with a unique aspect of addiction. These six dimensions are;

    • The patient’s history of consumption
    • The patient’s health condition
    • Psychological, emotional and cognitive complications
    • Potential of relapsing
    • Willingness and readiness to change
    • Their domestic environment

    These dimensions will help determine which levels the patients conform to. There are four levels, with each recommending a different style of care. The four levels are;

    • Level 1: Outpatient care
    • Level 2: Intensive outpatient care
    • Level 3: Inpatient care
    • Level 4: Intensive Inpatient care

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    Is home recovery a good option?

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    Though at-home recovery options can be viable for some and can offer a sense of freedom and independence that other addiction treatment options do not, they are rarely recommended.

    This is for many reasons, one of the main ones being how difficult it actually is to fully recover at home.

    To go through such a challenging process on your own and abstain from drugs or alcohol with very little support can be extremely hard, and any small obstacles you face can lead to an unwanted relapse.

    An obstacle you are likely to face is the temptation to return to substance use, which is all too easy to give in to. Nowadays, it is incredibly simple and quick to get food and drink, even alcohol, delivered straight to your door.

    With this looming over you, drinking can become even harder to resist.

    Another you may experience is the lack of necessary and crucial general support throughout your recovery.

    Though some individuals may have a network of friends or family that they can employ to help them through this tough period of time, this is not the case for everyone.

    If you do not have someone around whilst you are attempting to recover, it can be decidedly harder to undergo a safe detox and stay withdrawn from drugs or alcohol.

    It is also potentially dangerous to your recovery to attempt to withdraw in your home environment, as this is usually a hotspot for triggers.

    If you are someone who is experiencing addiction as a result of using substances as a coping mechanism to deal with certain difficult emotions, events, or even people, it is highly likely that these reasons for substance use still reside at home.

    This can lead you to feel the need to use the substance again as a way to cope with the triggers within the very environment in which you are trying to heal.

    For these and many more reasons, at-home recoveries are only ever advised for a select few individuals, and this is usually down to them using a lesser substance or experiencing a much less severe addiction.

    In a rehab setting, these obstacles are avoided, which is why a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton is the most recommended option for addiction treatment, and why rehab, in general, offers a higher success rate.

    There is constant support and guidance from professionals and therapists, there is no way to gain access to further drugs or alcohol and therefore no way to relapse, and there is suitable treatment available to help you identify the root causes and triggers of your personal addiction, and methods to help you avoid them back home.

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    What happens at a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton?

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    A drug and alcohol rehab in Luton is what will be most optimal for your recovery. This is because of the multifaceted nature of your personalised recovery programme at your drug and alcohol rehab in Luton.

    You will undergo a range of activities, each with its own unique objectives, helping you overcome addiction and improve your well-being.

    When you arrive at your drug and alcohol rehab in Luton, you may be required to undergo a medicated detox. Here, patients will spend from seven-to-ten days allowing their addictive substance to withdraw from their bodies.

    This is done safely with the assistance of medical practitioners and medication to ensure that withdrawal symptoms are controlled.

    However, not all patients will need to undergo a medicated detox. These patients will immediately undergo a range of therapy designed to overcome cognitive distortions and self-destructive tendencies and to increase happiness and decrease anxiety.

    Therapy will vary in its forms in order to maximise the benefits.

    Relapse prevention planning is integral to any reputable drug and alcohol rehab in Luton. Not only is it important to recover, but it is important to stay in recovery.

    Recovery is not something which is achieved and forgotten. It is something which should be thoroughly maintained for life.

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    What is a medicated detox?

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    A medicated detox is necessary for patients in Luton that are suffering from alcoholism or heroin addiction, or any other substance which is physically addictive.

    Why only these substances? Because physical dependency on a substance and its withdrawal symptoms can often result in death if mismanaged.

    It is important that patients suffering from severe physical dependence should undergo a medicated detox where they can be ensured safety with the assistance of medical practitioners and medication.

    Pharmacological intervention is often required during a medicate detox at a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton.

    This is where an addiction physician will prescribe medication based on the patient’s unique circumstances in order to assist them in their detox. Examples of these medications are Subutex, Naltrexone, Benzodiazepines, and more.

    Patients suffering from addiction to substances such as cannabis or cocaine will not need to undergo a medicated detox.

    This is because while they may be psychologically dependent, the level of their withdrawal symptoms isn’t as severe as physical addictions.

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    An in-depth look at therapy at a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton

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    Therapy is crucial to an addiction recovery programme at a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton. Without it, you will not be able to overcome your addiction and sustain your recovery.

    Therapy can teach you to adopt positive coping mechanisms and to detach yourself from any negative thoughts or behavioural patterns affecting you in all areas of life.

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    Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

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    One of the most fundamental aspects of therapy and addiction recovery is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).

    Any comprehensive drug and alcohol rehab in Luton will incorporate CBT into their recovery plans because of its history of effectiveness.

    During a CBT session, a counsellor will converse and ask questions to the patient about their addiction.

    The counsellor will then identify and address any cognitive distortions and negative habits that the patient is suffering from.

    The patient will then learn to adopt new and healthy coping mechanisms to deal with not only addiction but other issues in life after their stay at a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton.

    This type of therapy is incredibly effective at dealing with addiction. However, it is not only limited to treating addiction.

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    Dialectical Behavioural Therapy

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    While CBT helps patients overcome negative thinking and behavioural patterns, Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) does so but places more emphasis on the emotional side of addiction.

    DBT has a history of being effective in treating patients suffering from addiction and trauma. It helps patients maintain healthy relationships with others and trains them in developing the right tools to regulate their emotions.

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    Motivational Interviewing

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    Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a unique form of therapy as it is goal oriented. A counsellor will interview a patient by asking simple questions concerning their addiction and why they want to recover.

    This is done because of how powerful language can be in assisting patients in overcoming addiction.

    The power of this language-based therapy lies in the belief that the patient will manifest their recovery by speaking it into existence.

    By discussing and establishing their objectives with a third party, they are making their objectives appear more tangible.

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    Family Therapy

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    Often in the case of addiction, the patient’s family is the first line of defence.

    They are the ones who will spend time with the sufferer, and they should be the ones that can identify and address relapse triggers to prevent their loved one from succumbing once again.

    This is why family therapy is imperative. By educating the family about the complexities of addiction, not only do they learn how to cope with a loved one battling addiction, but it breaks down the stigma of addiction, making it easier for their loved one to be open about their issues.

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    Holistic Therapy

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    Holistic Therapy (HT) is not a communicative form of therapy like the ones above, but it is an all-encompassing form of therapy which aims to improve the happiness of patients and decrease levels of stress.

    This is facilitated by relaxing or task-based activities. These activities can range from cooking to acupuncture, yoga to weight lifting, music therapy to aromatherapy.

    Holistic Therapy is special because it can take the form of the patient’s own personal interests.

    When we complete activities, it is an example of behavioural activation. This is a popular form of treatment for things such as anxiety, depression and addiction.

    The theory is that when individuals complete activities and objectives, they have a positive experience which is mentally and spiritually rewarding.

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    How much does a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton cost?

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    As previously mentioned, a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton typically includes accommodation, a personalised recovery programme, pharmacological intervention, medically supported facilities, 24/7 care and support, therapy sessions, relapse prevention planning, and more.

    These are, of course, high-quality aspects of recovery which are not always offered by public services like that of the NHS. Because of this, a 28-day stay at a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton will cost.

    Depending on many factors, like the standard of facilities or the location within Luton, prices will vary from one drug and alcohol rehab in Luton to the next.

    You could expect a 28-day stay to cost somewhere from £1,000 a week to £10,000 per week. This equates to around £4,000 to £40,000 depending on many factors.

    A private drug and alcohol rehab in Luton is likely to have high-quality facilities regardless of its price, so do not worry about the discrepancy between price ranges.

    If you want to be frugal and save more money, you can opt for a multi-occupancy room instead of a private one that is likely to cost more.

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    Is a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton covered by health insurance?

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    If you enter a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton, health insurance may cover some aspects of your treatment.

    However, you should be aware that your health insurance provider’s policy may exclude many aspects of your treatment, especially if you are suffering from certain pre-existing health conditions.

    During the admissions process, when you speak to a member of OK Rehab, you will provide the necessary information regarding what conditions you have and what treatment you require.

    Then, a consultant psychiatrist will develop a personalised recovery programme just for you when you are at your drug and alcohol rehab in Luton.

    Then, you are able to note what sort of treatment is included in your plan. Once you have the necessary information, you can coordinate with your health insurance provider to see which aspects of your treatment at your rehab facility in Luton are covered.

    It is likely that your health insurance provider will not cover the entirety of your stay at a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton.

    However, some aspects of your treatment will be covered. For example, the health insurance provider Bupa may cover mental health treatments from well-being therapists and consultants for up to 28 days.

    However, patients need to be clear about what their health insurance policy provides.

    Health insurance plans vary from packages and providers; your policy may have exclusions, which means that you will have to cover most of your drug and alcohol rehab in Luton.

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    How long should I stay at a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton?

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    Usually, patients will stay at a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton for around 28 days. Patients will undergo a medicated detox (if necessary), therapy, and relapse prevention planning during this time.

    Patients that suffer from alcoholism or heroin addiction will be required to undergo a medicated detox which lasts around seven-to-ten days.

    Patients that suffer from psychologically addictive drugs such as cocaine or cannabis will not need to undergo a medicated detox. Instead, they can spend more time undergoing therapy.

    After 28 days at a drug and alcohol rehab in Luton, patients will have been equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to sustain their sobriety and prevent relapses from occurring.

    They will also have the option to undergo an aftercare programme to support their recovery after their stay at the rehab facility in Luton.

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    What is a Dual Diagnosis or Co-Occurring Disorder?

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    A co-occurring disorder is when a patient suffers from addiction as well as another condition. These conditions can vary from anxiety to depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and much more.

    Often, addiction is the leading cause of a co-occurring disorder. Addiction symptoms manifest in a plethora of ways and lead to new illnesses.

    However, these conditions can also be a leading factor in what made someone a victim of addiction in the first place.

    A dual diagnosis will be made when a second disorder is identified in a patient. Patients will then undergo treatment for their addiction as well as their other conditions to ensure that they stay in recovery.

    According to the Gov.uk Adult Substance Use Disorder Report in 2019 and 2020, it was discovered that almost 60% of adults entering a drug and alcohol rehab also needed treatment for a mental health condition.

    Clearly, there is a correlation between addiction and other illnesses. [6]

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    How do I get a referral?

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    To get a referral to local services in the Exeter area, contact OK Rehab today. We’ll hold the pre-assessment with you and find you the most suitable treatment programme.

    We aim to place people quickly so that you can start your recovery as soon as possible.

    We would be delighted to help you on your journey to recovery. Simply call us on 0800 326 5559 for a free initial assessment. A lovely helpline advisor will guide you through the process of getting help for yourself or a loved one.

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    References

    [1] Adult Substance Misuse Treatment Statistics 2020 to 2021: Report https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/substance-misuse-treatment-for-adults-statistics-2020-to-2021/adult-substance-misuse-treatment-statistics-2020-to-2021-report#:~:text=There%20were%20275%2C896%20adults%20in,previous%20year’s%20figure%20(132%2C124)

    [2] Parents with Problem Alcohol and Drug Use: Data for England and Luton 2019 and 2020 https://www.ndtms.net/resources/public/Parental%20substance%20misuse/East%20of%20England/EE_Luton_2019-20_Parental_substance_misuse_data_pack.html

    [3] The Brain Disease Model of Addiction https://www.hazeldenbettyford.org/education/bcr/addiction-research/brain-disease-model-ru-316

    [4] Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test https://auditscreen.org/

    [5] Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT) https://www.apa.org/pi/about/publications/caregivers/practice-settings/intervention/community-reinforcement

    [6] Adult Substance Misuse Treatment Statistics 2019 to 2020 https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/substance-misuse-treatment-for-adults-statistics-2019-to-2020/adult-substance-misuse-treatment-statistics-2019-to-2020-report

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