All treatment providers we recommend are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) or Care Inspectorate.
Rehab 4 Alcoholism provides alcohol rehab in Birmingham and within the wider West Midlands region. This service is suitable for all clients over the age of 18. We accept family and professional referrals as well as self-referrals.
In Birmingham, Rehab 4 Alcoholism has established a range of alcohol addiction treatments. From initial detoxification to a comprehensive twelve-week rehabilitation programme, all of our offerings come with an incredible 12-months’ worth of aftercare support.
Whatever your age, history or background, Rehab 4 Alcoholism will point you in the right direction. We offer a range of alcohol treatment services catering for all budgets.
Below, we list a number of other resources that you may find useful in your search for quality and suitable rehab treatment in the UK:
We offer a range of inpatient, outpatient and home detox services and our programmes offer extensive inpatient and outpatient therapy.
Regardless of the precise treatment you seek, it is vital you undergo a detox where you receive a sufficient level of care and attention. Withdrawing from alcohol has been known to develop into a medical emergency due to the onset of symptoms such as hallucinations, delirium tremens and seizures.
Fortunately, when you detox with one of our esteemed treatment providers in Birmingham, this is exactly what you receive. This is because our treatment partners in Birmingham employ a diverse team of doctors, psychiatric nurses and professional support workers. This ensures you are cared for by experienced medical professionals.
In the event you suffer from a seizure or hallucinations, you are assured this expert team will provide you with the appropriate treatment you require.
Fortunately, since all alcohol detoxes are medically assisted with benzodiazepines, it’s highly unlikely you will ever suffer from extreme alcohol withdrawal symptoms when you receive this expert treatment. More than 99% of patients do not experience any complications whilst detoxing at a Birmingham treatment clinic.
If you suffer from alcoholism, it is highly likely you also suffer from one or more mental disorders. These disorders typically include anxiety, depression, an eating disorder or a sleeping disorder. When you are treated for alcoholism, it is vital your underlying mental health disorder is also treated.
Untreated mental health problems heighten the risk of relapse. For this reason, all of our Alcohol rehab Birmingham treatment partners offer state of the art counselling and therapy techniques. These techniques include CBT, psychotherapy, human giving and a range of holistic therapies.
Following the completion of residential treatment, these therapy and counselling sessions continue by way of ‘aftercare.’
Then you begin treatment for alcoholism at one of our esteemed rehab centres you receive the following benefits:
Following the completion of residential rehabilitation, our Birmingham rehab clinics offer an extended ‘aftercare’ period. This allows you to return to the clinic in order to receive ‘top up’ therapy sessions on an outpatient basis.
We also encourage you to attend a local AA or NA group taking place in Birmingham.
Below we list meeting details for AA meetings taking place in Birmingham:
|Birmingham Summerhill House||Summer Hill House, 18-21 Summerhill Terr, Ladywood||Monday||20:00|
|Quinton St Boniface Church||St Boniface Church, Quinton Rd West, Quinton||Monday||20:00|
|Harborne: Living Sober||Harborne Baptist Church, Harborne Park Rd, Nr High St,||Tuesday||13:00|
|St Mary’s||St Mary’s RC Church, Vivian Rd, Harborne||Monday||20:00|
|Birmingham Five Ways||Unitarian New Meeting Church, 31 Ryland St, (behind Tesco),||Saturday||17:00|
Are you ready to turn over a new leaf? Are you ready to re-join society and leave behind the stigma of alcohol addiction? If so, call Rehab 4 Alcoholism today on 0800 111 4108 or contact us.
There are various types of rehab centres available in Alcohol & Drug Rehabs in Birmingham, including inpatient alcohol rehab, luxury alcohol rehab, and private drug rehabs.