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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Nantwich

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

    Are you worried about your substance abuse? Or do you worry about someone in your life who you believe is addicted to drugs and alcohol? If so, OK Rehab can help.

    We are a referral and advocacy service that can provide recommendations and services to those struggling with addiction. With our assistance, we can make sure that either you or your loved one has the best chance of recovery by visiting a rehab clinic in Nantwich.

    For more information on the services we provide and to kickstart your recovery, we urge you to call us on 0800 326 5559 or email us.

    I feel worried about reaching out, what should I do?

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    Delaying rehabilitation due to fear is very normal, however, at OK Rehab, we understand the most how addiction can make you feel. Many of our team are also in long-term recovery so understand how challenging it can be to accept your problem and reach out for help.

    Unfortunately, there is a stigma to addiction which we believe is unnecessary. This stigma delays people from reaching out and can stop them from accessing the vital help they need.

    Around the UK there are many people facing addictions, but they don’t know where to turn.

    We believe that there shouldn’t be shame in seeking help for addiction, it is a brave decision to reach out for support and one that we fully embrace.

    At OK Rehab, we offer confidential services to allow you to access the level of care you require. Whether you want to enquire about detox programmes or inpatient treatment, our team are on hand to assist you every step of the way.

    Since 2000, we have advocated for inclusive and accessible care for all. No matter your situation, if you are willing to accept help, we can help you.

    All of the information you give us remains private and is only used to determine your treatment options.=

    How do I know if I need to go to rehab?

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    Spotting an addiction can be hard, especially within yourself. Below, we have compiled a list of some of the key signs to look out for.

    If you resonate with any of them, it may be time to undergo treatment:

    The inability to stop

    Do you consume substances daily? Do you find it hard to go more than 24 hours without taking drugs or drinking alcohol? Have people told you they are worried about your consumption? Or perhaps you understand the negative consequences of your actions but still fail to stop?

    Avoiding social events

    Do you avoid people and events around you so that you can consume substances? Do you no longer socialise with friends and family? Do you prefer to be alone?

    Depleting finances

    Are you spending your wages entirely on substances? Are you facing financial hardship as a result of your substance abuse?

    Heavy usage

    Do you consume a lot more than you used to? Do you feel the need to consume more and more until you reach your desired high?

    If your answer to the above questions is yes, we urge you to reach out to our team today. If you feel that your substance abuse is having effects on your physical and mental health, talk to a professional before these problems worsen.

    How do I choose between inpatient and outpatient care?

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    Choosing the right programme can be difficult. However, by talking to our team we can work together to weigh up your options for treatment.

    The most important part of this process is to decide between inpatient and outpatient care. Inpatient care is beneficial to those with severe addictions.

    It involves you temporarily moving to a residential facility for around 28 days to complete a detox programme followed by therapy.

    Inpatient treatment is often considered the most effective form of treatment due to its intense nature. Providing clients with routine, it can help you get back on your feet safely and healthily.

    During this time, you will engage in a counselling programme that will vary from one-to-one and group sessions.

    You will also be encouraged to engage in holistic classes and alternative treatments such as yoga, mindfulness, and acupuncture.

    Outpatient treatment, on the other hand, is a more relaxed mode of treatment that requires you to live at home and attend daily sessions. It is considered more beneficial to those with milder addictions and who may have work or family-related commitments that do not allow them to take time off.

    This form of treatment usually lasts around a few weeks or even months since it is not as intensive and structured as inpatient care.

    Outpatient treatment also carries with it a higher risk of relapsing, since you are exposed to environmental and social triggers that could cause you to use substances again. It is because of this that outpatient treatment will only be recommended if you are able to live at home without distraction.

    Let OK Rehab assist you

    The rehab clinics we work with in Nantwich offer 24/7 care and support. This is due to the staff on hand having years of experience in addiction treatment. From one-on-one sessions to group and family sessions, rehab can equip you with life-changing skills.

    Your rehabilitation programme is only the beginning of your recovery programme which is why we require all patients to be motivated to want to recover. Recovery extends into every aspect of your life, which means that after you have completed your treatment programme, you will be able to access aftercare.

    Aftercare consists of group therapy sessions and one-to-one meetings with support staff from your clinic to ensure you are continuing your recovery at home. Whilst transitioning back home can be a source of anxiety to many, with OK Rehab by your side you can continue this new chapter of your life in the best possible way.

    So, what are you waiting for? If you are ready to access high-quality care, get in touch today on 0800 326 5559.


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