Alcohol & Drug Rehabs in Camden

Rehabs in Camden


Rehab 4 Alcoholism is able to match you to multiple drug and alcohol rehab clinics in Camden. We offer a free and comprehensive assessment to ensure your needs are best met throughout the process.

Understanding Treatment Options in Camden

Do you struggle with alcohol use or drug misuse? Are you tired of feeling overwhelmed by your addiction and the lifestyle it comes with?

You’ve come to the right place. At Rehab 4 Alcoholism, we have years of experience in helping people like yourselves overcome a variety of substance and behavioural addictions.

Let us guide you through our drug and alcohol rehab Camden services, and help you or a loved one find the support you need.

Ready to get help?

Looking for a different future away from drink & drugs? Call us today on 0800 111 41 08 for help & guidance.

What Is The Rehab Process?

The process has several steps, and they all take place with your mental and physical health in mind. Generally, any rehab process will follow the briefly outlined format below.

  1. A phone interview will take place to determine the best programme for you, cost estimate, and a brief overview of what to expect during detox and rehab
  2. After meeting with a medical professional, a treatment plan will be drawn up, including expectations and goals
  3. There will be a period of 5-10 days during which you will be detoxing and taking medication to assist with the side effects
  4. Group and individual therapy, including a 12-step programme to help cope with the change and prepare yourself for sober living
  5. Additional holistic therapies, as decided upon by yourself and your case manager
  6. Aftercare including a continuation of therapy and support programme will be necessary

Do I Need to Go to Rehab?

Several signs indicate rehab may be the most effective treatment. While many people decide to try and stop drinking on their own, this very rarely succeeds without professional medical assistance.

Below are a few of the symptoms of alcohol addiction that point towards a need to attend an alcohol rehab Camden facility:

  • Drinking takes priority over all other responsibilities
  • Your physical and mental health is declining as a direct result of excessive drinking
  • You have built up a tolerance
  • You have been unable to quit on your own

Why is Inpatient Treatment Right for Me?

While there are multiple options for detoxing, it has been shown in numerous studies that inpatient treatment is the most likely to lead to long-term success.

There are various reasons for this, such as having 24/7 access to highly trained medical professionals, structured environment, and access to the best therapy and medication. Most people who choose outpatient treatments will not be able to maintain their sobriety without significant hardship.

With our medical care and attention, access to prescription medication to help withdrawal symptoms, as well as full nutritional support, you will have the best chance at recovery.

You will also have access to one-on-one counselling, family therapy, holistic and art therapies, as well as full use of our leisure and gym facilities. You will also be fundamentally supported by peers who will sympathise and understand your situation. Support at our alcohol rehab centres is second to none. You are never alone.

How to Choose a Recovery Programme

You want to research facilities and programmes before making a decision. Touring the rehab facility and speaking with their team is one of the best ways to get a clear picture of what to expect:

Below are five things to keep in mind when checking out the different choices.

  1. What kind of reviews do they have from people who have completed their programme? Are they positive, negative, or do you see anything that raises a red flag?
  2. Be mindful of how helpful their support agents are and what information they are willing to divulge about treatments, expectations, and accommodations.
  3. Determine what kind of insurance they accept and if it is something that you can afford
  4. Find out if they use evidence-based treatments or other, less useful alternatives
  5. What kind of aftercare do they offer? Aftercare is one of the most vital parts of treatment, and they should have a significant support system in place

Types of Therapy Available in Camden

There are a wide variety of therapies available for both inpatient and outpatient support. These will be available during rehab and afterward. Studies have shown that therapy plays a vital role in maintaining sobriety.

Below we have listed the numerous types of therapy available to you as part of our drug and alcohol rehab Camden services:

  • ACT

Acceptance and commitment therapy focus on helping people accept their negative feelings and emotions without avoiding them while committing themselves to change their behavioural responses.

  • CBT

One of the most common types of therapy is cognitive behavioural therapy, which includes creating coping skills, discussing the root causes of negative behaviour and reframing thoughts more positively.

  • Contingency management

This is a punishment/reward system that is used to help people improve their behavioural patterns.

  • Interpersonal therapy

While improving interpersonal relationships, this form of therapy also looks at ways in which life events have affected those relationships.

  • DBT

Dialectical behaviour therapy is a variation of CBT that includes a more spiritual element that involves finding a way to make life more meaningful.

  • MET

Motivational enhancement therapy uses motivational interviewing techniques to try and analyse therapy sessions and use the information gained to refocus goals and lifestyle choices.

  • Motivational interviewing

This is a therapist-lead option that includes thoroughly dissecting each session to help give clarity and assistance with creating favourable resolutions to problem areas.

  • 12 step programmes

These groups are a place where people can share their successes, growth, worries, and stories with people who fully understand and can relate.

Understanding Withdrawal Symptoms During Rehab

When the detoxing takes place and afterward, there will be a significant change in brain activity, mood, and general agitation. The following symptoms are common when going through withdrawal:

  • Overstimulation
  • Shaking
  • Sweating
  • Headaches
  • Insomnia
  • Nausea
  • No appetite
  • Increased heart rate
  • Seizures
  • Tremors
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Tiredness
  • Agitation
  • Hallucinations
  • Confusion
  • Mood swings

How Can We Help?

Withdrawal from any substance can be unpleasant and without the right support, could result in a relapse. However horrible or uncomfortable your symptoms during detox at one of our alcohol rehab Camden centres, staff will always be on hand to make you feel as relaxed, comfortable, and supported as possible.

We are also able to administer a variety of medications to help curb the effects of alcohol withdrawal, such as Naltrexone, Benzodiazepines, and Disulfiram. 

Alcohol withdrawal is dangerous: you should never undergo a home detox, no matter how prepared you think you may be. Without the help of our doctors, nurses, and counsellors, you will be at risk of not only relapse but also potentially fatal consequences.

This is why attending one of our alcohol rehab Camden facilities is not only putting you with the best foot forward on your journey to recovery. It is also safeguarding your health and protecting you against any serious health risks when withdrawing from a harmful drug.

Ongoing Recovery After Rehab

Aftercare is crucial to maintain sobriety. Being a part of a healthy support structure, which includes support groups, 12-step programme, individual therapy, and regular doctor check-ups, will yield the most positive results.

Friends and family are also incredibly useful forms of support, and family therapy might be helpful during and after rehab. We will provide you with resources and structures to work through the topics discussed in therapy.

We also offer 12 months free aftercare to each of our residents, meaning they can contact us at any given time upon their exit. This includes speaking to staff, doctors, or counsellors who have been there throughout their journey and understood them.

Once you leave our facilities, you are not alone. We are here for you every step of the way.

Get Help Today

Ready to step away from an alcohol-fuelled life? Call us today on 0800 111 41 08 for help & support.


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