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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Weymouth

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

    Individuals looking for rehabilitation options in Weymouth have a wide selection of choices – that’s why OK Rehab is here to help decipher the differences and choose the most suitable for every client.

    Dealing with addiction without entering a rehabilitation centre or specialised treatment programme is not recommended. Almost 30 people died due to drug poisoning across Dorset in 2020[1] – almost twice the number compared to 2019.

    Choosing a rehabilitation centre that is right for you is necessary for long-term recovery as well as reducing the risk of relapse in the future.

    There are thousands of addiction treatment programmes available for a wide array of needs. This webpage aims to introduce and explain some of the features that you may come across if you choose to be admitted to a specialised rehabilitation centre.

    Meeting other individuals in the same space

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    Connecting with others in the same environment is an often-underestimated source of support and provides a baseline for many people to overcome certain obstacles within their addiction.

    Most individuals report high satisfaction after interaction with other patients and having a valuable social network can prove to be one of the main sources leading to an addiction-free lifestyle.

    Expert addiction abuse staff

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    For many individuals, counselling forms a key part of a stay in a rehabilitation centre, and this comes with highly professional staff to guide you through every step.

    With the help of an expert, you will be able to understand more about addiction – its causes, its effect on the body and brain, and the best ways to manage it when faced with potential triggers.

    Detox clinics

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    Even if an establishment does not have a specialised detox clinic, there are still many options available when going through detox.

    Removing the harmful substances from the body after drug and alcohol abuse prepares the individual both physically and mentally to continue with the next stages of rehabilitation.

    Aftercare and relapse risk prevention

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    Rehabilitation centres in Weymouth have the primary goal of helping individuals overcome their addiction and manage it well after leaving the centre.

    This means that during your stay, you will take part in specialised training centred around managing addiction once you have left a centre. Training such as relapse risk prevention is common around this time.

    24/7 support staff

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    Even the most determined of individuals going through rehab can encounter some more challenging moments. Rest assured; support will always be available if you ask for it.

    Whether you’re struggling through withdrawal symptoms in a specialised detox clinic or if you’re wondering what the first steps are to choosing a rehab centre, our services are always available.

    Those in the specialised centres will have round-the-clock support and those wanting to know more about the process can call OK Rehab any time on 0800 326 5559.

    Getting help can happen today

    No matter the circumstances of your query – whether it seems serious or trivial – our dedicated team is ready to receive your call 24/7.

    Feeling ready to take the next steps? Our team will never make you feel ashamed, embarrassed, or judged in your situation.

    We understand that every call we receive is to be treated the same, so please do not feel like this will stand in the way of getting the help you need.

    Drop us a call on 0800 326 5559 to start your telephone consultation, ask a question about rehab, or bring forward any other concern that you may have. Your rehabilitation journey could start as early as today with just one call.

    OK Rehab also offers support across Dorset (and the rest of the UK), including the nearby areas of Bournemouth and Poole. Contact us today to enquire about the services available in your area.


    [1] Office of National Statistics; Number of deaths related to drug poisoning, persons by local authority, England and Wales, registered in each year between 1993 and 2020



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