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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Stoke on Trent

Find help and support for addiction via drug and alcohol rehab Stoke on Trent

    The cost of drug and alcohol rehab in Stoke On Trent depends on the type of treatment you have and whether it is available for NHS funding.

    There are a number of addiction treatments available on the NHS, including inpatient and outpatient treatments, and these are free of charge to all UK residents as they are fully funded.

    However, NHS drug and alcohol rehab can also have limitations such as long waiting lists and limited inpatient spaces, therefore many people seeking addiction treatment decide to enter private drug and alcohol rehab.

    Private drug and alcohol rehab in Stoke on Trent costs an average of £495 per day for an inpatient stay.

    It is recommended that all patients undergoing inpatient treatment remain in rehab for at least 28 days in order to have the best chance of recovery.

    Taking this into account, the average cost of treatment overall for private drug and alcohol rehab is £14,000.

    This price can vary however depending on your location, room type, which rehab you stay at, which treatments and therapies you attend, any extras in your rehab package and what facilities you use. Private rehab costs can vary from as little as £1,000 per week to £10,000 per week.

    Alongside private and NHS drug and alcohol treatments, there are also a variety of free addiction services run by charities.

    These can be in person, online and telephone support services, offering outpatient help for people struggling with addiction.

    Our team at OK Rehab are happy to help you find the right rehab for you, your needs and your budget. Give us a call today to discuss the range of rehab options available to you in Stoke on Trent.

    Get alcohol and drug rehab in Stoke on Trent for a wide range of reasons including binge drinking, alcohol addiction, benzodiazepine addiction, Buprenorphine addiction, cannabis use disorder, crack cocaine addiction, ketamine addiction, opioid use disorder, heroin addiction, cocaine dependence or cocaine addiction, any physical dependence or codependency, substance use disorder, and behavioural addictions such as gambling addiction and eating disorders.

    Is Drug And Alcohol Rehab Covered By Health Insurance?

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    Before deciding between private or NHS drug and alcohol rehab in Stoke on Trent, if you have health insurance, make sure you check whether your addiction treatment might be covered in your insurance package.

    Several of the most popular health insurance companies such as Aviva, Bupa and Blue Cross Shield do cover addiction rehab in their insurance policies.

    It is therefore worth checking your insurance policy to see if drug and alcohol rehab is covered for you.

    If it is, then you may be able to get private treatment fully or partly funded by your insurance. Some policies cover an entire 28 day inpatient rehab stay, whereas others will only cover certain treatments such as a course of cognitive behavioural therapy or psychotherapy.

    When discussing your policy with your insurance provider, or going through your insurance policy paperwork, make sure you are clear what types of treatment is covered, if a medical detox is covered, if treatment for your specific addiction is covered, what rehab you can stay at in Stoke on Trent and if you need confirmation of your addiction from your doctor.

    At OK Rehab, we offer free advice from a team of non-judgemental professionals, many of whom are in recovery and understand how hard it can be to change your relationship with addiction.

    To find out more about rehab in Stoke On Trent, simply reach out to our 24/7, confidential hotline on 0800 326 5559.

    Is Drug And Alcohol Rehab On The NHS?

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    NHS drug and alcohol rehab in Stoke on Trent is available free of charge to all UK residents, so you can find the help you need no matter what your financial situation is.

    Stoke on Trent has a range of NHS services for alcohol and drug addiction, including outpatient, inpatient and detoxification treatments.

    The Edward Myers Inpatient Unit in Harpfields, Stoke On Trent is a detoxification centre for both NHS and private patients.

    They offer inpatient medical detox programmes for all kinds of drug addiction, as well as 7 day alcohol detox programmes. You can also participate in support groups during your stay, and will have access to the NHS medical team who are available 24/7. [1]

    In order to access Edward Myers services, you will need a referral from your GP or other addiction services, unless you are a private patient in which case you can refer yourself for treatment. [1]

    The Stoke on Trent Community Drug and Alcohol Services (SCDAS) are another free addiction treatment provider who offer outpatient services for those struggling with addiction. They are funded by the Stoke on Trent City Council, and their services include mutual aid groups, 1 to 1 sessions and telephone support. [2]

    For more information regarding the NHS addiction treatments available in Stoke on Trent, you can visit the NHS website for a full list of drug and alcohol services to help you find the treatment you need. [3]

    How Long Does Rehab in Stoke on Trent Last?

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    Drug and alcohol rehab in Stoke on Trent can last anywhere between 7 days and 90 days, depending on your needs, the type of addiction you have and what type of treatment you receive.

    Detox is the first stage of any addiction recovery process, and this usually lasts between 3-10 days.

    There are two types of detox, medically assisted and non-medically assisted, and these can take place either in a rehab clinic in Stoke on Trent or at home.

    Whichever option is best for you, it is recommended to allow 7-10 days for your body to fully detox from the addictive substance/s.

    Following a detox period, you will then be put on a course of treatment in Stoke on Trent to help with the psychological effects of addiction and to help your mind and body recover from substance dependency.

    These treatments can include therapies such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT), psychotherapy, group therapy, family therapy, counselling, support groups and motivational interviewing.

    A complete list of the types of therapy available at a private rehab include Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, acupuncture, art therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, dialectical behaviour therapy, drama therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, group psychotherapy, motivational therapy, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, brief intervention, contingency management, coping mechanisms work therapy, equine therapy, family therapy, group therapy, individual therapy, mindfulness, motivational interviewing, music therapy, and talking therapies.

    There are a variety of addiction treatments available in Stoke on Trent, and the length of time that you are in treatment will vary broadly depending on the type of treatment, your needs and the funding of your treatment.

    For an inpatient stay, where a patient remains in the rehab clinic during detox and their therapeutic treatments, the recommended minimum stay is 28 days.

    This ensures that your body is fully free from the addictive substance/s, and you are able to fully engage with the addiction treatments following detox.

    However, some patients stay in rehab for as little as 7 days, often just for a detox. These patients often had addiction treatments previously and are now wanting to detox from a relapse before continuing sobriety or seeking outpatient treatments.

    Patients can also remain in inpatient treatment for up to 90 days if they require more time in treatment, particularly if they have other issues such as housing to arrange or if they have a severe addiction and have the funding to remain in rehab for as long as they need.

    Outpatient addiction treatments in Stoke on Trent are often a course of 4-6 weeks, aside from 12 step programmes which are 3-6 months.

    Services such as drop in groups, support groups and telephone/online support however are often without a time limit, and you can drop in for help when you need it.

    NHS Vs. Private Addiction Treatment in Stoke on Trent

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    Private and NHS drug and alcohol rehab in Stoke on Trent both offer people struggling with addiction the opportunity to get professional help in their recovery.

    Deciding which route to go down depends on many factors, from your financial situation to the type of support that would help you the most.

    Some of the key things to consider when exploring NHS and private rehab in Stoke on Trent are:

    Cost of Private and NHS Drug and Alcohol Rehab

    NHS: The NHS fully funds many drug and alcohol services including inpatient and outpatient treatments. This means it is free for all UK residents.

    Private: Private drug and alcohol rehab in Stoke on Trent costs an average of £495 per day or £14,000 for a 28 day inpatient course of treatment.

    At OK Rehab, we offer free advice from a team of non-judgemental professionals, many of whom are in recovery and understand how hard it can be to change your relationship with addiction.

    To find out more about rehab in Stoke On Trent, simply reach out to our 24/7, confidential hotline on 0800 326 5559.

    Waiting Times for Addiction Treatment in Stoke on Trent

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    NHS: Waiting lists for NHS addiction treatment are often at least 2 months long for outpatient treatment. Inpatient treatment waiting lists are usually 6 months to 1 year.

    Private: Private rehab clinics usually admit patients within 24-48 hours.

    Treatments Available on the NHS vs Private Rehab

    NHS: The majority of the addiction services available on the NHS in Stoke on Trent are on an outpatient basis. There are limited inpatient spaces and less variety of therapies fully funded.

    Private: Outpatient and inpatient treatments readily available.

    Many rehab clinics offer a broad range of therapies including holistic therapies such as art therapy and animal assisted therapy.

    NHS and private rehab in Stoke on Trent both provide professional help to those struggling with addiction, so no matter what type of rehabilitation you choose you can be rest assured you are in good hands.

    Statutory-Funded Addiction Treatment Services in Stoke On Trent:

    Below, you will find a list of free/NHS-run services for addiction, available locally to you.

    1.  Stoke Recovery Service (Withyou)

    Address: Unit 2 Old Wedgewood Johnson Building, Pelham St, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent ST1 3LL

    Telephone: 07773 471 926


    2. Stoke on Trent Community Drug and Alcohol Service (CDAS)

    Address: 76 – 82 Hope St, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent ST1 5BY

    Telephone: 01782 283 113


    3. STARS (Humankind)

    Address: 12 Pool Dam, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Newcastle ST5 2RR

    Telephone: 01782 639 856


    4. SMART Recovery

    Address: Dresden House, The Strand, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent ST3 2QH

    Telephone: 03300 536 022


    Not only this, but you can reach out to organisations such as Papyrus, Young Minds, Mind UK and Samaritans for more help and support with overcoming addiction.

    Other organisations that can offer you support for free include NHS Foundation Trust, Turning Point, We Are With You, National Association for Children of Alcoholics, Change Grow Live, Al-Anon and Alateen.

    Rehabs and organisations are advised by the American Society of Addiction Medicine and the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence so you are in safe hands with person-centered care.

    You may also be offered sober living houses as part of your aftercare after you leave rehab in order to help you maintain your sobriety and help with relapse prevention.

    At OK Rehab, we offer free advice from a team of non-judgemental professionals, many of whom are in recovery and understand how hard it can be to change your relationship with addiction.

    To find out more about rehab in Stoke On Trent, simply reach out to our 24/7, confidential hotline on 0800 326 5559.

    Inpatient or Outpatient Treatment in Stoke On Trent

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    When entering into addiction rehab, you can either undergo treatment as an inpatient or an outpatient.

    If you have undergone other medical treatments then you might already be familiar with these terms, and they are used in the same way when it comes to addiction recovery.

    Inpatient treatment in Stoke on Trent refers to treatment carried out whilst a patient stays in a rehab clinic during a prolonged period of time.

    Rather than going home after treatment is completed for the day, inpatients stay in the clinic overnight, have their own private or shared room and have medical staff available in the clinic 24/7.

    Inpatient treatment in Stoke on Trent is suitable for those with moderate to severe addictions, or those who want more intensive treatment.

    Inpatient detox programmes are often advised for people with addictions as they are often the most challenging and dangerous period of recovery.

    During inpatient detox of 7-10 days, you are likely to be monitored by staff, potentially prescribed medication to help with withdrawal symptoms and made comfortable during the detoxification process.

    Following detox, inpatient programmes consist of a course of therapies and treatments for the rest of your stay. After your inpatient stay, you will be provided with aftercare services in Stoke on Trent to support you for the rest of our recovery journey.

    Private rehab clinics often have a range of facilities for inpatients to use, including swimming pools, spas and relaxation areas as well as different inpatient dining packages.

    Outpatient treatment in Stoke on Trent is when a patient attends treatments either daily or multiple times a week and returns home after their session.

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    This is suitable for mild to moderate addictions, and for those looking for more independence in their recovery. This is also a good option for those who are recovering well on their own but would benefit from professional support.

    There are different levels of intensity for outpatient programmes, as some patients attend sessions up to 6 days a week for up to 5 hours a day, whereas others might attend for 3-4 days a week for just a few hours.

    Part hospitalisation is also a popular option for those who need medical support during detox but want to have more independence over the rest of their recovery. This is when a patient remains in rehab for a detoxification and then attends treatments on an outpatient basis.

    This can also be a more affordable option for patients, especially if they have a good support network at home.

    If you are struggling with issues alongside your addiction such as housing, social support, physical or mental health issues (depression, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) or schizophrenia and anxiety) there are also halfway houses and sober living communities in Stoke on Trent, which help residents to learn life skills and live in stable accommodation whilst undergoing treatment.

    You will get a full psychiatric assessment from a psychiatrist to assess whether you need any psychiatric treatment.

    An individual treatment programme will be put together with you before you begin treatment in Stoke on Trent, so you can discuss which type of treatment would be best for you.

    Factors which go into deciding the best type of treatment include the severity of your addiction, the substance you are addicted to, your support system, home environment, age, other medical conditions and finance/funding available.

    At OK Rehab, we offer free advice from a team of non-judgemental professionals, many of whom are in recovery and understand how hard it can be to change your relationship with addiction.

    To find out more about rehab in Stoke On Trent, simply reach out to our 24/7, confidential hotline on 0800 326 5559.

    Alcohol detox & rehab in Stoke On Trent

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    Alcohol addiction can be devastating, both for the person going through it and their loved ones. If you or a loved one are struggling with alcohol addiction, make sure to seek treatment as soon as possible.

    Although alcohol is a very widely used substance which is often associated with British culture, there are estimated to be around 602,391 people dependent on alcohol in the UK. [4]

    The effects of alcohol misuse are often underestimated, with pub culture and binge drinking culture advertising drinking as a fun way to socialise and reward oneself on the weekends.

    However, alcohol can have incredibly detrimental effects on one’s mind, body and life. Overconsumption of alcohol can lead to cardiac problems such as high blood pressure, irregular heart beats and strokes, liver damage, various types of cancer and a weakened immune system. [5]

    It also has a detrimental effect on other aspects of ones life as it has been associated with mental health issues such as depression, behavioural problems such as violence and increases the risk of accidents and injuries. [6]

    Alcohol detox in Stoke on Trent is the first step on the road to recovery, and for the majority of moderate to severe alcohol addiction cases an inpatient detox is recommended.

    This is because alcohol detox can be dangerous, due to the body becoming physically dependent on the substance. Withdrawal symptoms are therefore varied and can be severe, so a medically assisted detox is often advised.

    Withdrawal symptoms for alcohol addiction include nausea, headaches, insomnia, anxiety, sweating, vomiting, tremors and a fast pulse rate. The DTs (delirium tremens) occur in some patients too, which involves a set of severe symptoms such as confusion, shaking, hallucinations, delusions, fast heart rate, breathing problems and seizures.

    Medically assisted alcohol detox includes the use of medications such as librium, acamprosate, disulfiram and naltrexone. These medications can help lessen the withdrawal symptoms, help with cravings and reduce the risk of relapse.

    Withdrawal symptoms last up to 10 days, with the most severe symptoms usually being present within the first 3 days. During this 10 day period, you will likely be monitored and cared for to ensure that you are safe and as comfortable as possible.

    After completing a detox, you will undergo addiction treatments such as counselling, therapy and support groups for the rest of your treatment in a drug and alcohol rehab in Stoke on Trent. This ensures that the physical, emotional and psychological causes of your addiction are treated.

    Full stages of alcohol detox

    Alcohol dependence can first be established efficiently using the Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test, DSM-5 or CAGE questionnaire.

    Dependent drinkers will have built up a strong tolerance to alcohol, and experience unpleasant withdrawal symptoms (alcohol withdrawal symptoms) or alcohol withdrawal syndrome when they stop drinking, so these symptoms need to be managed carefully.

    To ensure that the risk of seizures is curtailed our medical team prescribe patients with Chlordiazepoxide, brand name Librium, as they undergo detox as this has been proven to offer more protection against the risk of seizures.

    A medically-assisted detox (alcohol detox) is needed in order to try to prevent the effects of alcohol, including encephalopathy (Wernicke encephalopathy) and delirium tremens.

    Rehab for Cocaine in Stoke On Trent

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    Cocaine addiction treatment is available in Stoke On Trent for anyone struggling with cocaine misuse, and is available privately or on the NHS.

    Cocaine is often regarded as a party drug, but the negative effects of the drug can soon outweigh the positives, cocaine addiction is certainly no party.

    Addiction to cocaine can lead to heart problems such as strokes, heart problems and high blood pressure, damage to nose cartilage (including holes in the nose or a misshaping of the nose), breathing problems, infections, seizures and memory loss.

    During rehab for cocaine addiction, the first treatment will be a detox. However, unlike alcohol detox, cocaine detox is generally less dangerous with the withdrawal symptoms being less likely to be fatal.

    Cocaine detox can be done at home or in a rehab clinic in Stoke on Trent, depending on the severity of the addiction, your home environment and if you have any co-occurring conditions. If you are addicted to multiple substances, such as alcohol and cocaine, then inpatient detox will likely be advised.

    Cocaine itself is less physically addictive than alcohol or opiates, and therefore is less high risk to detox from. However, very unpleasant withdrawal symptoms can still make it difficult to detox from and therefore medically assisted detox might be considered.

    Withdrawal symptoms of cocaine include anxiety, fatigue, paranoia, hypersomnia, depression and poor concentration. Severe symptoms usually last between 3-4 days.

    After you detox from cocaine, therapies and other psychological treatments in Stoke on Trent will be used to treat your addiction and reduce the risk of relapse.

    At OK Rehab, we offer free advice from a team of non-judgemental professionals, many of whom are in recovery and understand how hard it can be to change your relationship with addiction.

    To find out more about rehab in Stoke On Trent, simply reach out to our 24/7, confidential hotline on 0800 326 5559.

    Rehab for Heroin Rehab In Stoke On Trent

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    Heroin addiction treatment can be incredibly difficult to go through, however it can also save your life. If you or a loved one are struggling, then heroin rehab in Stoke on Trent can help you overcome this deadly addiction.

    Heroin detox is similar to alcohol detox in that it can be very dangerous and even fatal if not properly managed. Therefore, most heroin detox programmes take place on an inpatient basis in a Stoke on Trent rehab centre.

    The heroin withdrawal symptoms for heroin addiction include nausea, anxiety, vomiting, headaches, diarrhoea, vomiting, insomnia, cramps, fever and sweating.

    Due to the potential severity of these withdrawal symptoms, medically-assisted detox programmes are often used for heroin addiction. [7]

    During an inpatient medically-assisted detox in Stoke on Trent, you are likely to be given vitamin supplements, medications such as Clonidine, Buprenorphine or Methadone and access to 24/7 medical care to ensure that you are safe and to monitor the management of your withdrawal symptoms. [7]

    After you have completed heroin detox, you will attend regular addiction treatments in Stoke on Trent in the form of support groups, counselling and/or addiction therapies.

    You will also receive treatment for any other effects of heroin, such as hepatitis.

    Cannabis Rehab in Stoke On Trent

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    Cannabis dependency affects around 9% of cannabis users, with that percentage rising to 17% of users who began using in their teens. [7]

    Although often viewed as a harmless substance, cannabis can have several severely negative effects on a person’s life.

    Some of the risks of cannabis use include a lack of motivation, paranoia, anxiety, respiratory issues, sleep disturbance, psychosis and impaired memory and cognitive function.

    The psychologically addictive nature of the drug can also be very difficult to withdraw from, as like any other psychoactive substance, it rewards the user with a ‘high’ and therefore the brain seeks this pleasure again.

    Detox from cannabis is usually done at home, as withdrawal symptoms are less dangerous than alcohol or heroin detox. You may however be prescribed medication to deal with some of the withdrawal symptoms such as anxiety and insomnia.

    After you detox from cannabis and you have not consumed the drug in 7-10 days, you will then be put on a programme of treatments in Stoke on Trent. These are also usually on an outpatient basis, however it depends on individual circumstances. This programme will include addiction therapies, counselling and/or outpatient support groups.

    At OK Rehab, we offer free advice from a team of non-judgemental professionals, many of whom are in recovery and understand how hard it can be to change your relationship with addiction.

    To find out more about rehab in Stoke On Trent, simply reach out to our 24/7, confidential hotline on 0800 326 5559.

    Types Of Therapies On Offer In Stoke On Trent

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    There are a variety of addiction treatments which you might be offered in drug and alcohol rehab in Stoke on Trent.

    These are available on an inpatient and outpatient basis, and many have proven to be very helpful to those overcoming a variety of addictions. Some of the most commonly used addiction treatments include:

    You can visit our Addiction Treatments page to learn more about the treatments on offer in rehab, and to see which treatments might benefit you the most. These treatments are often available at rehab clinics across the UK including in Stoke on Trent, as well as offered virtually by NHS, private and charity addiction services.

    During your initial assessment in Stoke on Trent, your addiction specialist will go through the treatments on offer and discuss with you which treatment would be of most benefit to you and what you would like to explore.

    Often, patients will undergo multiple treatments simultaneously to tackle different aspects of their treatment, for example CBT to challenge their thought patterns and change their behaviour alongside individual therapy to discuss their individual, personal problems which might be related to their addictions.

    Patients also often exhibit other mental health conditions alongside their substance use disorder (alcohol or drug addiction). Several of these therapies can also be used to help treat these co-occurring disorders.

    You can also find support within your local Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous groups, where you will find other people who are have similar experiences to you. There are Cocaine Anonymous groups for cocaine addiction as well. These 12 step groups focus on finding a higher power to try to overcome your addiction.

    Aside from this, you can find more services provided by the NHS for help with addiction, as well as SMART Recovery.

    The Importance of Dual Diagnosis for Co-Occurring Disorders at Rehab

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    Dual diagnosis is a term developed in the mid-1990s to refer to a person who is diagnosed with substance use disorder alongside another co-occurring mental health condition. [8]

    Common co-occurring conditions include anxiety, depression, PTSD and bi-polar disorder, and the presence of these disorders often interacts negatively with substance use disorder. For example, someone may develop a drug addiction whilst trying to cope with the symptoms of a co-occurring disorder, however substance use often perpetuates these disorders long term.

    The importance of recognising co-occurring disorders should not be underestimated, and dual diagnosis allows for the treatment of both disorders.

    Whilst considering the treatment for drug or alcohol addiction in Stoke on Trent, the presence of other mental disorders that the patient has should be considered to ensure that it does not negatively impact those disorders and that those disorders are also being treated.

    If you or your loved one is experiencing substance use disorder and has (or is suspected of having) a co-occuring disorder, make sure to bring this up when you seek treatment in Stoke on Trent.

    At OK Rehab, we offer free advice from a team of non-judgemental professionals, many of whom are in recovery and understand how hard it can be to change your relationship with addiction.

    To find out more about rehab in Stoke On Trent, simply reach out to our 24/7, confidential hotline on 0800 326 5559.

    Relapse Prevention at Rehab in Stoke on Trent

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    Relapse prevention plans are personalised plans to help you remain sober after completing your treatment and reduce the risk of a relapse.

    They are a key aspect of addiction recovery and can provide key tools and methods to help you combat cravings, triggers and temptations so you do not fall back into the cycle of addiction.

    Unfortunately, relapse is a very real issue which affects an estimated 40-60% of all recovering alcohol and drug-addicted people. [8]

    However, relapse prevention has been shown to reduce the risk and severity of relapse in patients treated for addiction. [9]

    However, having a relapse prevention plan means that you will have the tools to recognise the stages and signs of relapse, the techniques to prevent a relapse occurring and the support to get help if you feel like a relapse is likely to happen.

    After you complete your drug and alcohol rehab in Stoke on Trent, you will create a relapse prevention plan with your addiction specialist and this will include the triggers you know that you might encounter after treatment, tools that you have found work to halt cravings or lessen withdrawal symptoms and contacts for you to get in touch with if you fear you might relapse.

    Aftercare And Support Services Once Rehab Has Completed

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    Alongside your relapse prevention plan, you will also leave drug and alcohol rehab in Stoke on Trent with either contacts for or plans to be referred for aftercare treatments.

    Aftercare is hugely important in addiction recovery and can provide you with support even after your main course of addiction treatment has been completed.

    Some of the main aftercare services offered in Stoke on Trent include:

    Aftercare services include support for you and your family/loved ones, self help addiction recovery techniques, 12 step programs and outpatient services such as peer support groups. You can either enrol in these services after treatment if you know you need them, or use these services as and when needed post treatment.

    Drug and alcohol rehab in Stoke on Trent can help you get your life back on track and battle the cycle of addiction.

    All the rehabs we advise on are confirmed by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

    Whether you want to explore inpatient or outpatient, NHS or private rehab options, the OK Rehab team is here to help you find the best addiction treatment for you.

    Get help now across Straffordshire in Alton, Audley, Barton-under-Needwood, Biddulph, Burntwood, Burton upon Trent, Cannock, Cheadle, Codsall, Eccleshall, Essington, Hanley, Hednesford, Hixon, Kidsgrove, Leek, Lichfield, Madeley, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Penkridge, Rugeley, Shenstone, Stafford, Stoke-on-Trent, Stone, Tamworth, Tutbury, Uttoxeter, Wheaton Aston and Wombourne.

    At OK Rehab, we offer free advice from a team of non-judgemental professionals, many of whom are in recovery and understand how hard it can be to change your relationship with addiction.

    To find out more about rehab in Stoke On Trent, simply reach out to our 24/7, confidential hotline on 0800 326 5559.

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    [1] NHS North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare, Edward Myers Inpatient Unit,

    [2] NHS North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare, Stoke-on-Trent Community Drug & Alcohol Service (SCDAS),

    [3] NHS North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare, Substance Misuse,

    [4] GOV.UK (2018) Alcohol dependence prevalence in England,

    [5] National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Alcohol’s Effects on the Body,

    [6] NHS (2022) Alcohol Misuse – Risks,

    [7] World Health Organisation (2009) Clinical Guidelines for Withdrawal Management and Treatment of Drug Dependence in Closed Settings,

    [8] Muhammad N. Iqbal, Charles J. Levin, and Frances R. Levin, ‘Treatment for Substance Use Disorder With Co-Occurring Mental Illness’, FOCUS,

    [9] Jayakrishnan Menon and Arun Kandasamy (2018) ‘Relapse Prevention’, Indian Journal of Psychiatry,


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