Do you or a loved-one require alcohol treatment in Brighton? Are you slightly confused about ‘what to do next’? If so Rehab 4 Alcoholism is here to help. Our professional alcohol admissions team are able to place you into a suitably placed rehabilitation centre in or around Brighton. We’re fully independent to centres we refer you to. This means we are able to place you into a centre that fits your precise needs, budget and location requirements. You learn the unique benefits of several different centres at once. This allows you to compare and contrast what is on offer without being obliged to sign up to any.
Brighton is a sizable city located on the South Coast. Unfortunately like other large cities in the United Kingdom, Brighton is known for its sizable population of alcoholics. Many of these people, if left untreated, will suffer from a range of physical and mental ailments as a result of their alcoholism. The good news is that help is now only a phone call away. Rehab 4 Alcoholism is able to place you or your loved-one into one of Brighton’s nationally renowned residential rehabilitation clinics within as little as twenty-four hours. This means you miss long NHS ‘waiting lists’ that could even cost you or your loved one's life. These rehab centres offer modern detox programmes coupled with effective therapy techniques such as CBT, psychotherapy and ‘holistic therapies’. When you choose to undergo alcohol treatment in Brighton you benefit from a range of techniques aiming to keep you or your loved-one long-term ‘in recovery.’
The first step to recovery is admitting to yourself and your family that you suffer from a ‘drinking problem’. The second step is to seek out our help. Once we have located suitable treatment providers, you will be sent various pieces of literature detailing how these providers can benefit you. Once you’ve compared your various treatment options Rehab 4 Alcoholism will run you through a short but important admissions process. Here we aim to collect all relevant information relating to your addiction to alcohol. Following this assessment you must select a suitable treatment provider. These treatment providers offer residential rehab options. This means you leave your ‘using environment’ whilst you undergo treatment. When your treatment begins a psychiatrist will ‘draw up’ a fully personalised detox and rehabilitation programme. This programme is designed around information you provide during your examination. The rehab centre will open up a ‘client file’ containing all information you provide up to this early point in your treatment.
Once your psychiatric assessment is complete your detox and rehabilitation programme begins. You will typically be provided with an en-suite bedroom where you can store all of your belongings. During the day you will take part in a range of therapy sessions. These sessions are conducted either in small groups or ‘one-to-one’ with a therapist. Therapy sessions make use of proven techniques such as CBT, psychotherapy and holistic therapies. In turn, these therapies aim to teach you ways of defeating cravings for alcohol without actually touching a splash of alcohol. These therapies achieve this feat by arming you with coping strategies. These strategies allow you to tackle anxiety, stress, cravings and other mental road blocks in alternative yet healthier ways.
Once your Brighton rehab concludes a tailored aftercare and relapse prevention plan is ‘drawn up’. This plan helps you stay in recovery following your return home. If you suffer a relapse then a plan of action is available to ensure your relapse is short-lived. Aftercare sessions take place at your Brighton rehab clinic every week for around one-year following the conclusion of your rehab treatment. You are also put in touch with your local Alcoholics Anonymous or SMART Recovery provider. This ensures you gain access to a large network of people now living in recovery.
Below we list venues and meeting times for AA meetings held in Brighton:
|Brighton Gratitude||St Michael's Church Hall, Victoria Rd||Every Wednesday||18:00 pm|
|Brighton Keep It Simple Big Book||Hanover Room, The Brightelm Centre, North Rd||Every Sunday||13:00 pm|
|Brighton Live & Let Live||Chapel Royal, North St||Every Tuesday||20:00 pm|
|Brighton Women||Friends Meeting House, Ship St||Every Tuesday||18:00 pm|
|Brighton Women Just For Today||Friends Meeting House, Ship Street, Brighton||Every Friday||10:00 am|
If you suffer from an alcohol problem then call Rehab 4 Alcoholism today. Our helpline is utterly confidential and our admissions advisors are able to locate a treatment programme that is fully tailored to your needs. Call today on 0800 111 4108 or contact us by clicking here.