Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Nelson
A drug and alcohol addiction and the road to recovery from one can be extremely complicated. It is undoubtedly a stressful time for individuals seeking help, and this can lead to choices that are not as well-thought-out as they should be.
You may be considering attempting to withdraw from drugs or alcohol yourself, you might be nervous about opting for rehab because you’re unsure as to what that entails, you may be in complete denial that you even need help, or you may just be questioning what the right path is for you.
Right now, you are at the crucial turning point of your addiction. You can choose to make decisions that seem easier, such as home detoxes or simply ignoring the problem at hand. However, you could also choose to change your life for the better, and seek help with OK Rehab today.
We can help you navigate through this unpredictable time in your life, and take the reins when it comes to finding you treatment. We understand that dealing with an addiction is hard enough without the added pressure of searching for the way out, which is why we can take over and find a suitable rehabilitation centre to get you started.
If you have any questions about our referral services, and what we can do for you today, please do not hesitate to get in contact with us. We can discuss any questions you may have about your particular situation, assess what treatment and care you may need and support you on your journey to recovery.
Will rehab work for me?
Rehab works best when you allow it to. By this, we mean that by entering rehab with an open mind to any and all treatments you may be recommended, and with an optimistic mindset about the possibility of recovery, you will have a higher chance of succeeding in a rehab setting.
On the other hand, if you reluctantly choose rehab, face everything with a pessimistic attitude and do not put in the effort to recover from your addiction, you will get very little back from the experience.
Whilst rehab can of course help you come to terms with your addiction and give you the space to work through it, without a certain level of understanding initially from you, it will be a decidedly more difficult process.
Rehab works so well for thousands of patients across the UK because it treats addiction for what it is: A psychological disorder that affects an individual mentally before it ever does physically.
The sooner you understand that rehab aims to not just treat the physical side of addiction with detoxes and medication, but also strives to heal you from emotional triggers that led to a drug and alcohol addiction in the first place with therapy and counselling, the sooner this treatment will be beneficial to you. It is particularly hard to start healing any mental wounds you may have if you refuse to acknowledge their existence.
Rehab offers many benefits to those who are ready and prepared to commit themselves to therapy and counseling, and who understand that rehab is not a ‘quick fix’ option.
These benefits include having 24/7 care and attention whenever you may need it, an excellent team of highly-trained medical staff and therapists available to you at all times, detachment from possible triggers of your home environment, constant monitoring of your progress and responses to treatment, a wide range of addiction treatment for you to choose from, and all this under the one roof.
Another reason that rehab is almost always the best option is that we offer personalised treatment to each client. Instead of receiving the same blanket treatment that may not work for you as it does for others, you are assessed at the beginning of your admission and recommended appropriate treatment that is guaranteed to be beneficial to you.
If you are still unsure about if rehab will work for you, give us a call today, and we can discuss your options, or how to prepare for rehabilitation.
How long will I be in rehab?
Depending on factors such as the length and severity of an addiction, the substance/substances used, and the individual’s personal willpower to succeed with recovery, a patient’s time in rehab will vary.
The average time for rehab stay, and the amount of time we recommend you prepare for, is 28 days.
Of course, some patients may need longer than the allotted 28 days, and some may be out before that. There is no shame if you are someone who ends up needing longer, and equally, if you do well enough that you can leave our care before 28 days, it is not an excuse to be lax when it comes to aftercare. Attempting to rush through treatment can actually elongate your time in rehab, so it is always better to focus on the journey and not the finish line.
We suggest letting your workplace and loved ones that about the possibility of you being in rehab for 28 days minimum.
Is rehab expensive?
Of course, you may want to weigh up other options for addiction treatment first before landing on rehab, but we advise you not to opt for at-home detoxes or treatments that can be dangerous purely because of their lower price tag.
Here at OK Rehab, we take into account your personal budget and financial situation when discussing your treatment plans, so that you don’t have to resort to possibly unsafe treatments due to lack of funds.
No matter your circumstances or financial position, we will strive to get you in the best drug and alcohol rehab in Nelson possible, so that you can obtain the treatment you need. You can reach out to us on 0800 326 5559.