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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Sandhurst

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

    Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Sandhurst

    Without a doubt, there are currently a large number of individuals living in the UK whose lives are being directly or indirectly affected by drug and alcohol addiction.

    Whether you’ve been addicted to alcohol or drugs yourself, or live or work with someone who is, addiction has a big impact on the lives of everyone involved.

    There are lots of rehab centres supporting individuals and their loved ones. Some of these rehab centres are great at helping some people recover from their addiction, and some will have a lot of improvements to make.

    At OK Rehab, we believe that when it comes to your health and well-being, you simply cannot take a risk.

    That’s why we help you find professional, private rehab centres in the Sandhurst area that provide top-of-the-range treatments as well as make sure your recovery is both healthy and sustainable.

    OK Rehab works with a wide range of rehab centres that are each different and tailored to specific issues and addictions, meaning that we can match you up with the perfect rehab centre that meets your specific needs.

    It’s important to understand that rehab involves working with both the mental and physical side of your addiction.

    All of the staff at the rehab centres we recommend are highly professional and trained to work with both long and short-term addiction.

    For more information on Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Sandhurst, call 0800 326 5559.

    The Benefits of Attending Rehab

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    For many people suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction, the idea of attending rehab can be extremely scary and off-putting.

    The reality is that there are a lot of stereotypes surrounding rehab in TV and films which put people off the idea altogether.

    These negative stereotypes can be extremely unhelpful and actually, factually incorrect.

    Due to this, lots of people think that addiction is only for people who come from lower socioeconomic backgrounds, or for people who suffer from mental health issues.

    However, this just simply is not the case.

    Addiction can and does affect anyone from any background.

    There is a wide range of factors that influence your addiction and what kind of treatment and rehab centre you will be most suited to.

    1. Your commitment to getting started

    A major factor that will influence what kind of treatment you receive and are open to will depend on your readiness and commitment to get started and start treatment.

    There is no doubt that to attend rehab and get treatment for your addiction, you need to be deeply committed to recovering.

    2. Working within your budget

    Obviously, by attending private rehab there will be a cost associated with any treatment you receive.

    However, over time these costs have become more realistic and affordable.

    OK Rehab will work with you to find you the right rehab centre and treatment programme that sits within your budget.

    3. Finding a local rehab centre

    Lots of people suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction might be worried about the idea of moving far away to receive treatment.

    However, this is not the case. If you want to, you can receive treatment in the Sandhurst area, close to friends or family members who will be able to offer their help and support.

    If this is the case, then OK Rehab will work with you to make sure you are comfortable and in the right location.

    Nevertheless, some individuals suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction might benefit from moving further away from their local area, in an attempt to get away from certain stressors such as certain people, for example.

    Whichever you prefer, OK Rehab will work hard to find you the right match.

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    Starting with an initial phone call consultation, the team are OK Rehab will ask you questions to get to know you and your addiction so that we are in the best place to advise.

    We will likely ask you questions about the addictive substance itself, how long you’ve been addicted to the substance and if you have any triggers in your daily life.

    All of this knowledge will help us decide where we think we will be best suited to attend rehab and get treatment.

    Although many rehab centres provide a wide range of treatments, what kind of treatment you need will also influence where you end up attending rehab.

    Below is a list of common treatment options that are available at rehab centres in the Sandhurst area.

    For more information on Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Sandhurst, call 0800 326 5559.

    Addiction Treatments Available in Sandhurst

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    It is crucial to understand that at rehab, you will be expected to work on both your physical and mental well-being, rid your body of the addictive substance and create a healthier mindset.

    Therefore, most rehab centres provide a range of treatments that are both medical and psychological.

    Depending on your addiction, you might require a certain combination of these treatments, or be asked to complete them in a certain order.

    This creates a bespoke, tailored treatment programme that is centred around your specific needs and addiction.

    These treatments include the following.

    1. Stress & Trigger Management Therapy

    Lots of people have to deal with stress in their daily lives. However, drug and alcohol addiction is often triggered by experiencing severe stress or trauma over an extended period.

    Because of this, individuals might turn to drugs or alcohol as a way of dealing with their stressful situations or negative emotions.

    That is why at most rehab centres, professionals will work with you to help you better deal with stressful situations so that you do not turn to the likes of drugs or alcohol as a crutch in the future.

    Stress management therapy could include simply talking to a therapist about your triggers, or finding a hobby that brings you joy and calm, such as swimming or painting.

    2. CBT or Treatment for a Dual Diagnosis

    Whilst at rehab, you will also be assessed for deeper psychological or mental issues, which means that you might be diagnosed with a dual diagnosis.

    This simply means that on top of an addiction to drugs or alcohol, you also suffer from a mental health issue.

    If this is the case, then you can rest assured that you are in the best place possible, as all the rehab centres recommended by OK Rehab provide a wide range of treatments such as CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy).

    3. On-going Relapse Prevention Management

    At OK Rehab, we understand that recovery should mean that you are in recovery for life.

    We want to ensure that after leaving a rehab centre, you are armed with the right techniques and coping mechanisms to overcome your triggers, find new hobbies and ultimately stay sober.

    4. Therapy Sessions

    Whilst at rehab, you will likely attend either one-to-one or group therapy sessions.

    All of our therapists are highly skilled and trained in dealing specifically with individuals with addictions to drugs or alcohol, and have experience in dealing with dual diagnosis, too.

    Some individuals might be best suited to one-to-one sessions, and some to group or family therapy.

    Depending on your current state of mind, personality and addiction, you will be assessed first before attending a therapy session so that the team can decide whether you will be best suited to receiving therapy in a private or group setting.

    Additionally, it’s important to remember that you might also be asked to attend therapy sessions even after you have left the rehab centre, to maintain your recovery and a positive mindset.

    For more information on Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Sandhurst, call 0800 326 5559.


    If you’re addicted to drugs or alcohol or know someone who is, then it’s likely that you have heard about the daunting side effects that come with withdrawing and detoxification.

    Unfortunately, the side effects and withdrawal symptoms caused by the detoxification process are difficult to deal with.

    However, detoxification is a necessary step that you need to take if you are wanting to recover from drug and alcohol addiction.

    By placing yourself in a rehab centre to undergo the detoxification process, you are putting yourself in the best environment possible. You will be surrounded by medical and healthcare professionals who will be on call to get you through your detox 24/7.

    Once your detoxification is complete and your body is now rid of the addictive substance, you are now in a much better position to receive further treatment, as listed above.

    For more information on Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Sandhurst, call 0800 326 5559.

    Getting Help

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    If you’re ready to get your life back on track, then speak to a member of our team today for your initial phone call consultation.

    The only way to overcome your addiction is to seek help, and OK Rehab can provide you with the most professional and expert team to help you do so.

    Statutory-Funded Addiction Programmes Near Sandhurst

    Here are a few options near you.


    1. Cranstoun Wokingham

    Address: 38 Station Rd, Wokingham RG40 2AE

    Telephone: 01189 772022


    2. Yeldall Manor

    Address: Blakes Ln, Hare Hatch, Reading RG10 9XR

    Telephone: 01189 404411


    3. Foundations Recovery

    Address: Ash House Business Centre, 8 Second Cross Rd, Twickenham TW2 5RF

    Telephone: 08003 317901


    Additionally, there are more helplines such as Mind UKYoungMindsRethink Mental IllnessSamaritansPapyrus and SMART Recovery that will also help with your recovery.

    Or, find an Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous or Cocaine Anonymous near you. The NHS are also there to help you.

    You can contact our helpful, expert team on 0800 326 5559 or by searching and reading through our material to learn more.

    We offer support across Berkshire, including Binfield, Bracknell, Bray, Burchett’s Green, Caversham, Chieveley, Colnbrook, Compton, Cookham, Crowthorne, Datchet, Finchampstead, Hungerford, Hurley, Lambourn, Maidenhead, Newbury, Oakley Green, Pangbourne, Reading, Sandhurst, Sindlesham, Slough, Speen, Spencers Wood, Sulhamstead, Sunningdale, Sunninghill, Swallowfield, Thatcham, Theale, Twyford, Upper Bucklebury, Warwgrave, Wickham, Windsor, Wokingham and more.


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