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UK addiction rates are increasing, and sadly East Yorkshire is no exception.
Easy access to drugs and alcohol has made this possible, as well as pressures such as economic and employment uncertainty.
With a high rate of use also comes a higher risk of hospitalisation, putting even more strain on the NHS.
Addiction remains one of the key concerns of health services in the UK, and so rehabilitation practises have evolved to keep up.
In recent years, drug-related behaviour has increased dramatically within the East Yorkshire area, more specifically, Hull.
Statistics published by Public Health England show that there were 150 admissions to hospitals in the age group 15-24 in the years 2016-2019 as a result of substance misuse.
These figures include the misuse of legal drugs too such as painkillers, though the most commonly abused substances are cannabis and cocaine.
The Office for National Statistics also discovered that more than half of heroin misuse death hotspots in England are seaside locations or those on the coast, this includes the Yorkshire coast.
If you have been contemplating seeking professional help for your addiction via a drug and alcohol rehab in East Yorkshire, contact Rehab 4 Alcoholism today on 0800 111 4108.
Our helpline advisers are ready and waiting for your call.
It focuses mainly on the user’s loss of control and suggests that because of this, individuals who abuse substances cannot stop until they receive suitable treatment.
This model addresses that addiction may be influenced by factors such as:
Those who follow this model believe that addiction should be considered a chronic illness.
Doing this removes stigma and allows individuals to access suitable medical care.
It also understands that treating addiction is possible, but a cure is not.
As a disease, it must be constantly battled throughout life.
Subscribers to this model suggest that residential rehabilitation is the first step in treating addiction.
The disease model of addiction has been criticised by those who follow the life-process model of addiction.
They believe that addiction shouldn’t be labelled as a disease and that referring to individuals as addicts prohibits them from developing an awareness of their condition and a drive to overcome it.
Dual diagnosis is the term used to refer to individuals who display co-existing substance use problems and mental health problems.
The term originated in the United States in the 1980s and has since been adopted widely in the UK.
Those who have a dual diagnosis often have many complex needs which can be further stressed by their substance misuse.
This means that when seeking treatment, every effort can feel futile.
At Rehab 4 Alcoholism, we understand the importance of dual diagnosis treatment and work with specialists who provide programmes for co-occurring disorders.
With co-occurring disorders, both the substance addiction and mental health problem display their own sets of symptoms which can make it hard for an individual to seek help and for a practitioner to effectively diagnose.
Without the specialist understanding of a dual diagnosis, many individuals fail to secure treatment that will effectively help them.
Co-occurring disorders are very common in those who abuse substances.
Addiction can cause mental health problems to resurface or worsen already existent disorders.
If you have been given a dual diagnosis or believe you are struggling with both an addiction and mental health problem, contact our team today.
From here, we can begin your pre-admission assessment and source admission to a facility suitable for you.
Abstinence refers to the act of not partaking in or consuming something.
In the world of addiction recovery, this means a total cessation from drug or alcohol consumption.
The abstinence approach is commonly used around the UK for a range of different reasons such as:
Addiction is unique to each individual, therefore recovery should be too.
Whilst the abstinence approach is widely encouraged, other addiction specialists recommend the moderation approach.
This can help those who are not physically dependent on substances such as alcohol, learn how to consume in moderation and reduce harm.
For those who are facing a severe addiction, the abstinence approach is a much more effective method of recovery.
Upon the completion of your treatment programme, staff will recommend further community-based support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous which can be found in the East Yorkshire area.
Rehab is designed to help those who are struggling with severe addictions.
Attempting to overcome addiction alone or with no medical assistance can be difficult and dangerous.
By opting for a residential programme, you will benefit from a personalised treatment programme to help you overcome your dependency.
During your time in rehab, you will also have access to luxury amenities such as:
The structure residential rehab provides is one of the greatest benefits.
Treatment programmes help to create a sense of routine that clients can utilise upon their return home.
Rehab also provides all clients with a safe, comforting, and welcoming environment.
Long gone are the days when rehab was seen as a cold and clinical space.
All staff are trained to the highest standards and can help clients to engage in traditional and holistic forms of therapy.
Public treatment is often referred to as NHS or council-funded treatment.
This means that it is free to patients.
Sadly, in recent years, many NHS addiction treatment centres have lost their funding which means that other facilities have become extremely overwhelmed with the increase of drug and alcohol abuse within the UK.
This overwhelm creates long waitlists that those with severe addictions cannot afford to be on.
With private treatment, there are no waitlists.
This means that you can access immediate and tailored treatment within a matter of days.
Many public treatment programmes encourage patients to complete outpatient treatment first before a residential referral is made.
This can be detrimental to the health of many individuals as they may find it incredibly difficult to recover at home with the threat of triggers and negative associations.
At Rehab 4 Alcoholism, we can help anyone source residential treatment as long as they are invested in their recovery.
One of the drawbacks to private treatment is the cost involved, compared to NHS treatment which is free.
The good news is that many clinics work with clients to offer programmes tailored to their budgets.
Others accept medical insurance and offer payment plans.
All of this means that private treatment can become more accessible to everyone who needs it.
Whilst we encourage those with severe addictions to consider residential treatment due to the many benefits it can provide, this isn’t always possible.
Others are confused about if they would benefit from an inpatient programme.
Are you unsure if residential rehab is for you? Take a look at the list below:
If any of these conditions apply to you, residential rehabilitation could be the best way to overcome your addiction.
With the structure, routine and medical support on offer, this form of treatment could provide you with the skills needed to maintain long-term sobriety.
The DSM-5 -Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders- is the standard way of classifying mental disorders, including substance use disorders, used by healthcare professionals.
The DSM-5 adopts a multiaxial approach to help clinicians make evaluations of functioning, due to the fact mental disorders impact multiple areas of an individual’s life.
To receive a substance use disorder diagnosis, patients must identify several of the 11 criteria.
The criteria are as follows:
If you identify with 2 to 3 of these criteria, this suggests a mild substance use disorder (SUD) is present.
Identification with 4 to 5 of the criteria indicate a moderate SUD, and 6 or more of the criteria suggest that a severe addiction is present.
In this case, immediate residential treatment is advised.
These 3 categories help to define the levels of treatment needed.
If a patient displays signs of severe addiction, more intense treatment will be required.
Residential rehabilitation isn’t for everyone, though there are still plenty of options to help you access recovery.
If you believe that you wouldn’t benefit from a residential treatment programme due to family commitments, work commitments, or because you aren’t in the right headspace, it may be worth noting your other options.
They provide high levels of support and can help you consistently remain sobriety.
During outpatient treatment, clients remain living at home but are encouraged to attend daily therapy sessions at their chosen clinic for a pre-determined amount of time.
SMART Recovery is a self-help therapeutic programme that helps participants to remain motivated, cope with urges, manage difficult thoughts and live a healthy lifestyle.
SMART Recovery has proven very beneficial to individuals facing alcoholism, drug addiction, and gambling addiction.
If you are ready to overcome your addiction and begin either drug or alcohol rehab in East Yorkshire, contact our friendly team today on 0800 111 4108.
During your initial phone call, you can begin a pre-admission assessment, which allows our team to understand more about the severity of your addiction and the substance you are addicted to.
From here, an admission date can be set to a facility that provides the most suitable treatment for you.
During your admission, staff will carry out multiple assessments to determine the treatment required.
Substance use disorders are diagnosed through multiple criteria such as the DSM-5 (as mentioned above), the ASAM criteria and the AUDIT.
The ASAM criteria is a multidimensional assessment that takes into consideration a patient’s needs and obstacles as well as their strengths.
The ASAM helps practitioners to effectively place, transfer, and discharge patients in rehab.
The criteria of the ASAM are as follows:
The first dimension explores the client’s past and their experiences with substance use. It also includes the intensity of their withdrawal.
The second dimension explores the client’s health history as well as their current mental and physical condition.
The third dimension explores the client’s thoughts, mental health and the emotions they are currently feeling.
This fourth dimension determines the client’s readiness and interest in changing behaviours.
The fifth dimension explores the client’s relationship with relapsing and continued use of substances.
The sixth, and final, dimension explores the client’s recovery and living situation. It also includes exploration of things such as social groups, friends and support networks.
Alcohol disorders are diagnosed through something called AUDIT.
This stands for the Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test.
The AUDIT is a 10-question test used to screen alcohol use disorders.
The 10 questions can be broken down into questions on alcohol intake, alcohol dependency and the consequences of consumption.
Each question is scored out of 4 with a total test score out of 40.
If individuals score 13 points or higher, this indicates an alcohol dependency where seeking professional help is encouraged.
The questions of the AUDIT are as follows:
Watching someone you love struggle with an addiction can be heart-breaking, especially if you have tried to help your loved one in the past.
Interventions are a more focused approach where a family and a professional interventionist work to facilitate change.
A structured intervention provides your loved one with an opportunity to see the severity of their problem before things worsen.
Before an intervention takes place, it will be thoroughly planned.
This means that you will be expected to meet with your hired interventionist to discuss the approaches you’ve tried in the past.
During this time, they will also share their most recommended techniques such as CRAFT.
This is considered one of the most effective techniques for families to learn and has proved to be extremely effective.
The CRAFT approach stands for Community Reinforcement and Family Training.
CRAFT encourages healthy and constructive changes in the family unit.
It involves learning a different method of communication to support your loved one and reinforce positive behaviour.
Positive behaviour can be seen when your loved one chooses to abstain from substance consumption.
CRAFT is built for long-term success, meaning it can help you to learn skills that will help your whole family once your loved one accepts the need for treatment.
If you are interested in staging an intervention, Rehab 4 Alcoholism can help you.
The total cost of rehab depends on varying aspects, such as the type of treatment you choose and the total length of your programme.
If you are looking for a comprehensive 28-day in a single occupancy room, prices begin at around £8,000 and can increase to £12,000.
This further depends on the amenities and facilities your clinic has on offer.
If a residential programme is out of your budget, you could opt to complete a detox programme only.
Detox programmes typically last around 7 to 10 days and are priced at around £6,000.
If you are happy to share living facilities, prices will decrease to around £4,000.
Home detoxes are also a cheaper option and usually cost around £1,500.
Whilst these can help to save you money, they don’t shield you from temptation or triggers.
For more information on your rehab programme, contact Rehab 4 Alcoholism today.
Souring rehab can feel like a tiring task.
With our help, we can assist you in your search and help to find the most suitable clinic.
Before committing to a clinic, it is important to do your research.
Below, we have compiled a rehab checklist that we encourage clients to use before setting an admission date.
A detox programme is a process in which toxins are removed from the body.
They are widely recommended and used in rehab clinics to remove the physical and psychological effects of drugs and alcohol in the body.
Detoxing is the first step in most programmes and once completed, is followed by therapy.
Whilst a detox can be challenging to complete, you can experience high-quality treatment and support 24 hours a day by opting to complete it in a medical facility.
Prescription medication can help to ease some of the unpleasant withdrawal symptoms.
This benefit is unavailable if you choose an unsafe self-detox instead.
Self-detoxes refer to ‘cold turkey’ attempts in the home.
Many people opt for a self-detox as it does not cost any money.
However, they can place your health in extreme danger as you are suffering from a severe addiction and undergoing the process with no medical guidance..
Some substances can cause fatal withdrawal symptoms if not managed correctly.
Your engagement with a detox programme will depend on the substance you are addicted to and the severity of your addiction.
Substances such as cocaine and cannabis tend to require therapy only as they don’t cause physical dependencies.
Staff will be able to provide you with more personalised estimates once you have completed your pre-admission assessment.
Rehab programmes usually last around 28 days.
This is the most appropriate timeframe for those with physical and psychological dependencies to overcome, allowing them to undergo both a full detox programme and therapy.
Some individuals choose to remain in rehab for longer than 28 days and choose programmes with lengths of around 3 months.
Others opt for a detox programme only which lasts from around 1 to 2 weeks or 10 days in most cases.
Detox programmes can be beneficial for those who cannot commit to a month-long rehab stay.
They are also useful to people who have completed a rehab stay in the past but have relapsed or require additional support.
By choosing private rehab, you can benefit from adjusting your treatment to your timeframe and your own needs.
As a highly addictive substance, cocaine addictions require intense treatment to be overcome.
It is a psychologically addictive substance which means that users find it difficult to take control of their usage.
By opting for residential treatment, you can enter an environment free from triggers and temptations.
A cocaine inpatient programme can help you to learn how to live your life without depending on cocaine.
Intensive therapies are used to help individuals explore the root of their problem and learn healthy coping mechanisms.
Heroin is a highly addictive drug made from morphine.
People take this substance by injecting it, snorting it, or smoking it.
Heroin enters the brain very quickly and binds to the receptors involved in feelings of pleasure and pain.
Regular use can cause many issues to your physical and mental health, and even death.
By choosing a residential treatment programme, you can overcome your addiction safely.
Staff are on hand 24 hours a day to help you during your detox programme and a variety of therapies are available to help after this.
Due to the availability of it within the UK, it often leads users to experiment with other dangerous substances.
The THC compound in cannabis binds to receptors in the brain which can cause feelings of lethargy, exhaustion, depression, and anger.
Many users also smoke cannabis with tobacco which causes the likelihood of nicotine addiction to increase.
Rehab for cannabis addiction can help you to understand more about your disorder and seek appropriate help.
Through Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, you can target the underlying cause of your addiction and overcome all psychological dependencies.
Therapy is offered in rehab to help clients overcome their dependencies on substances.
It also helps in offering the chance to explore underlying issues relating to substance abuse.
The type of therapies you are offered will depend on your addiction and what staff believe will meet your needs.
The types of therapy available include:
Before you finish your treatment programme, staff will work alongside you to create a relapse prevention plan.
A relapse prevention plan is a written document that can help you, your support network, and your outpatient treatment team upon the completion of treatment.
It includes your triggers, cravings, and coping mechanisms that will assist you in the event of a relapse.
During the creation of your relapse prevention plan, staff will teach you about various strategies such as HALT, mindfulness meditation and grounding techniques.
HALT is an acronym for:
Whenever you are craving using a substance, you are encouraged to ask yourself which of your basic needs are not being fulfilled.
Staff will also continue to support you through aftercare.
This is a continued form of treatment that will help you to keep motivation high during your first year of sobriety.
Reach out to us today for more important information about entering into a first-rate alcohol rehab in East Yorkshire.
We would be happy to provide you with more information about what your next step should be now that you have admitted that you have a problem.
The power to change is in your hands.
You can beat this addiction, and we are here to help.
There are various types of rehab centres available in Alcohol Rehab in East Yorkshire, including inpatient alcohol rehab, luxury alcohol rehab, and private drug rehabs.