Rehab 4 Alcoholism
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In 2018, figures from the Office for National Statistics showed that drug-related deaths in Greenwich had significantly increased since 2015.
Between 2015 and 2017, 36 drug-related deaths were registered in the Greenwich area.
Alcohol abuse is also a major issue within the wider London area with the Department of Health estimating that around 280,000 residents are dependent on alcohol.
It is also assumed that 2.4 million Londoners are drinking at severe levels.
If you are currently living in Greenwich, London and are struggling with addiction, call Rehab 4 Alcoholism today on 0800 111 4108.
We can source local drug and alcohol rehab in Greenwich suited to your needs.
The disease model of addiction refers to the understanding that addiction is a chronic brain disease.
Subscribers to this model believe that addiction can be caused by biological factors, neurological factors, genetic factors and environmental factors.
Growing up in an abusive household or being related to someone who has faced addiction to substances, means that your chances of developing an addiction are also increased.
The disease model of addiction is widely adopted by addiction treatment providers and researchers as it allows a greater understanding of why people develop addictions and continue to abuse substances, even though they understand the consequences of their actions.
A dual diagnosis is a professional diagnosis given to someone who displays signs of both a substance use disorder and a mental health disorder.
For people struggling with addiction, a dual diagnosis is very common.
A dual diagnosis allows treatment providers to ensure that all of your conditions are treated effectively.
Without the correct diagnosis, you could struggle to achieve long-lasting sobriety.
Whilst receiving a dual diagnosis may feel disheartening, it ultimately means that you can partake in a personalised treatment programme in a drug and alcohol rehab in Greenwich designed entirely around your needs.
This means that you will be able to achieve recovery milestones with support every step of the way.
The abstinence approach to recovery refers to a total cessation of all drug and alcohol consumption.
This approach is widely adopted by addiction treatment providers, as it removes the chances of relapse or overdose.
Total abstinence offers many health benefits and allows patients to end all physical dependencies through the detoxification process, before moving on to therapy.
Some treatment providers argue that the harm reduction or moderation approaches are key to achieving sobriety.
However, it can be incredibly difficult for someone with an addiction to consume in moderation.
This approach is also mainly tailored to alcohol addiction and continuing to use illicit substances can result in legal issues.
If you are ready to end your dependency on substances, choose a drug and alcohol rehab in Greenwich today with support from Rehab 4 Alcoholism.
Residential rehabilitation comes with a multitude of amazing benefits that can change your life for the better.
Such benefits include:
Residential rehab offers you the chance to focus completely on yourself and your recovery.
With no distractions or triggers, you can achieve recovery milestones with support from experienced staff.
Residential treatment also offers you the privacy to detox and begin therapy.
In the UK, addiction treatment is funded either privately or through the NHS.
For those with severe addictions or who want immediate treatment, private rehab is usually the preferred option.
Choosing private rehabilitation gives you more freedom and choice over your treatment options as well as offering more privacy.
On the other hand, NHS treatment is offered on an outpatient basis.
This can be beneficial to some, but not all.
NHS treatment is often very high in demand due to being free, but lacks sufficient government funding.
This means that many patients are placed on waiting lists that can extend beyond 12 months.
For swift admission, we recommend choosing private rehab.
Although private treatment isn’t free, it offers many benefits and can help you achieve long-lasting sobriety far quicker than NHS treatment.
Nowadays, most private facilities accept medical insurance and will work with you to devise payment plans.
If you are considering attending rehab, you may be unsure as to what form of treatment would suit you best.
Below we have compiled a list of questions to help you understand whether or not inpatient treatment is suitable for you.
If your answer to any of the above questions is ‘yes’ it is highly likely you would benefit from inpatient treatment at a drug and alcohol rehab in Greenwich.
The DSM-5 is the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, a psychiatric handbook used globally for the diagnosis of mental health conditions including substance use disorder.
The DSM-5 is made up of 11 criteria that patients must fully or partly identify with in order to be medically diagnosed.
The criteria of the DSM-5 are as follows:
Patients that identify with 2 to 3 of the criteria show a mild substance use disorder (SUD).
Patients that identify with 4 to 5 of the criteria show a moderate SUD, and those who identify with 6 or more are likely to display signs of a severe SUD, otherwise known as an addiction.
Sometimes residential rehab isn’t the right form of treatment for many reasons.
It could be due to commitments that don’t allow you to take a month away, or it may be due to budget constraints.
However, this doesn’t mean that you have to struggle.
We have compiled a list of excellent treatment options available if inpatient rehab isn’t accessible or suitable for you.
Your alternative choices are as follows:
Firstly, we recommend outpatient treatment.
This means that you will continue to live at home but commute to a chosen drug and alcohol rehab facility for daily treatment sessions.
This can be a great choice for someone with a busy schedule and a mild addiction.
Outpatient treatment can increase the risk of relapse as you are not as shielded from triggers and distractions as you would be in inpatient care.
Another outpatient option is to complete a home detox.
Home detoxes usually begin priced at around £1,500.
You can still gain access to medical support during this time, as staff from your chosen clinic will require you to maintain contact so that they can monitor your progress.
During a home detox, prescription medication will usually be sent to your home to help you manage withdrawal symptoms.
Additional support can also be found in your local community through groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous.
These groups can help you to develop a support network with other people in Greenwich who are also in recovery.
SMART Recovery groups are also available throughout London and help to motivate those who have recently started their recovery journey.
SMART sessions are free and held both in-person and online, making them a great choice for all.
To begin the admissions process, we first ask you to call our helpline advisers.
From here, we can begin to recommend and source local drug rehabs in Greenwich.
Once you have chosen your preferred clinic, an admission date will be set.
Upon your move into your rehab clinic, you will be assessed according to multiple criteria.
This is to help staff devise a plan tailored exactly to your needs.
The ASAM Criteria is widely used by practitioners in the UK as it allows them to correctly place, transfer and discharge patients.
It follows 6 criteria:
The first dimension explores the client’s past and their experiences with substance use.
It also includes experiences with 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 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, support networks, etc.
The AUDIT stands for Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test and consists of 10 questions relating to alcohol intake, alcohol dependency, and the patient’s understanding of the consequences.
The 10 questions are:
1. How often do you have a drink containing alcohol?
2. How many units of alcohol do you drink on a typical day when you are drinking?
3. How often have you had 6 or more units if female, or 8 or more if male, on a single occasion in the last year?
4. How often during the last year have you found that you were not able to stop drinking once you had started?
5. How often during the last year have you failed to do what was normally expected from you because of your drinking?
6. How often during the last year have you needed an alcoholic drink in the morning to get yourself going after a heavy drinking session?
7. How often during the last year have you had a feeling of guilt or remorse after drinking?
8. How often during the last year have you been unable to remember what happened the night before because you had been drinking?
9. Have you or somebody else been injured as a result of your drinking?
10. Has a relative or friend, doctor or other health worker been concerned about your drinking or suggested that you cut down?
Each question of the AUDIT is scored from 0-4, meaning the total test is scored out of 40.
If a patient scores 13 or higher on the AUDIT, they are urged to seek immediate treatment for their alcohol use disorder.
An intervention refers to a facilitated confrontation usually planned by friends and family with the help of a professional interventionist.
The aim of the confrontation is to help a loved one acknowledge the severity of their drug or alcohol addiction.
Addiction and denial often go hand in hand with the addicted individual being unable to see how dangerous their addiction is.
Interventions can be a great way of presenting options for treatment in a calm and supportive environment.
By working directly with a professional interventionist, you can learn new techniques and methods for how to support your loved one.
Your interventionist will also be able to recommend the best way to hold an intervention as not all approaches will work.
Whilst a traditional confrontation can be effective for some, it is not suitable for all.
Instead, you and your family may be recommended to use the CRAFT method.
CRAFT stands for Community Reinforcement And Family Training.
CRAFT helps to strengthen the family unit and helps your loved one steer away from addictive behaviour through positive reinforcement.
If you’re interested in planning an intervention, we recommend speaking to a member of our team today.
The price of rehab is different for each patient, but is largely influenced by the severity of your addiction and the type of treatment you opt for.
Most patients are encouraged to complete a comprehensive 28-day stay in a residential clinic.
Prices for this type of treatment begin at around £8,000, though can increase to £12,000 depending on if you choose a single occupancy room.
Others choose a 10-day detox which means they will move into rehab for a short time.
This type of programme is typically priced at around £3,000 to £6,000 and can be helpful for those who cannot commit to a month-long programme.
Some clients opt for home detoxes, which are the cheapest treatment option.
Home detoxes usually begin at around £1,500 though this depends on the clinic you choose in Greenwich.
For more information on the cost of rehab in Greenwich, call our team on 0800 111 4108.
When it comes to choosing the right kind of clinic best suited to your needs, you may feel a bit overwhelmed.
This is completely normal, and we are here to assist you.
To help our prospective clients, we have compiled a checklist of the important things you should consider when choosing a rehab clinic.
A detox refers to the first step in the rehabilitation process.
It is medically supervised to allow all toxins from substance abuse to be removed from the body.
After you have completed a detox, you can begin therapy.
Detoxes help clients to break their physical dependency on drugs and alcohol in a controlled environment.
Attempting to do this at home, without medical guidance, can be fatal since your body has built up a high tolerance to the drug it is addicted to.
During your detox, you will likely experience withdrawal symptoms as the body attempts to readjust to life without drugs.
Fortunately, these symptoms will be managed by a medical team who work 24 hours a day.
If your withdrawals are severe, you may be given prescription medication to help ease any discomfort.
Whilst most clients have to complete a detox, not all do.
This will depend on if the substance you are addicted to is physically addictive like alcohol or heroin, for example.
Drugs like cocaine and cannabis are psychologically addictive, so instead require a more intense therapeutic programme for patients to overcome their addiction.
Every client faces a unique treatment programme length.
This is another benefit to private treatment and can allow you to recover at your own pace.
Most clients tend to complete a 28-30-day stay.
This is because a month-long programme is usually an appropriate timeframe to successfully overcome physical and psychological dependencies.
Some clients choose to stay in rehab for 6 months to a year before returning home.
Others choose single detox programmes which last as little as 1 week.
With private rehab, your programme is designed exclusively around your needs.
The total length of your programme will ultimately depend on the severity of your addiction and your response to treatment.
For more information, speak to a helpline adviser today.
Cocaine is a very addictive drug that can cause patterns of misuse after only one-time usage.
The effects of cocaine are frequently described as intense but brief, meaning you are likely to take more to relive the high.
Cocaine causes a wide range of effects on the body and mind including permanent damage.
The more cocaine you consume, the higher your tolerance will become meaning it can be challenging to reach sobriety.
However, it is never too late to seek professional help and with Rehab 4 Alcoholism by your side, you can look forward to a brighter future free from the clutches of cocaine.
Call today to begin the process.
In the UK, heroin is categorised as a Class A drug, meaning it carries the harshest form of penalties.
Heroin can cause immediate overdose from just a single consumption.
If you are struggling with heroin addiction, know that help is available.
Heroin rehab can help you safely detox through ongoing support and medication.
Many of our team have been in your position and know how challenging it can be, but we are here for you.
To begin your recovery journey, contact our team today.
We can arrange swift admission to a heroin rehab in Greenwich that allows you to break both physical and psychological dependencies.
Cannabis is widely misunderstood as a harmless substance, but this is not true.
Cannabis can have detrimental effects on your mental health and your physical health, especially if you smoke it regularly with tobacco.
By entering a cannabis rehab in Greenwich, you can begin to overcome your addictive behaviour, preventing you from partaking in it in the future.
Cannabis rehab will allow you to break all dependencies through therapy where you can work both independently with a therapist and in a group setting.
If you believe that your cannabis consumption is getting out of hand and destroying your quality of life, begin cannabis rehab today with help from Rehab 4 Alcoholism.
Therapy is an integral part of any comprehensive treatment programme.
Whilst it can initially feel difficult to open up about your addiction and treatment needs, therapy can help you to understand more about your behaviour and thought patterns.
The kinds of therapy on offer at rehab in Greenwich include:
Relapse prevention refers to plans made before you complete treatment to avoid potential relapses in the future.
By working with a support worker in your chosen rehab clinic, you can learn more about your triggers and how to manage them effectively.
Once complete, your relapse prevention plan will be shared with your support network to help them remain involved in your recovery efforts.
In many rehab clinics, relapse prevention support is also given through sessions and workshops to help you adjust to life outside of treatment.
During your relapse prevention sessions, you will be taught helpful techniques such as HALT.
HALT stands for Hungry, Angry, Lonely, Tired and encourages you to check in with your needs that aren’t being met before you engage in addictive behaviour.
After your programme, you will also be enrolled automatically into an aftercare programme which involves continued involvement from your clinic from up to 12 months from the date you complete treatment.
Aftercare is an important part of rehab and can help you to adjust to life in sobriety.
To get the help that you need, don’t hesitate to call us on 0800 111 4108.
We’ll be happy to tell you more about how we can help you combat your addiction.
Once you have the right help behind you, any addiction can be overcome.
There are various types of rehab centres available in Alcohol & Drug Rehabs in Greenwich, including inpatient alcohol rehab, luxury alcohol rehab, and private drug rehabs.