Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in Hull

Rehabs in Hull


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

Understanding Treatment Options in Hull

Drug and alcohol rehab in Hull is the first treatment option for people with a drug, alcohol, or behavioural addiction. 

This option is sometimes too extreme for people with a mild dependency, so it may not be recommended unless you have exhausted other options, or your addiction is severe.

However, you do not have to wait until your problem deteriorates to get a place at drug and alcohol rehab in Hull. The treatment plans at rehab are adaptable, so you can be treated for any addiction problem, regardless of the substance involved, and the severity of the issue.

When we say the treatment plans are adaptable, we mean that you cannot simply read a rehab programme and know what to expect from treatment. The staff will curate a plan that meets your needs, which includes individualising both the detox and the therapy sessions.

You can get a vague idea of daily life at rehab by researching the schedule at drug and alcohol rehab in Hull, but it will not be specific. For example, you might find out the types of therapy on offer, but you will not know how many of these therapies you will experience.

If you are ready to find out more about alcohol rehab in Hull, don’t hesitate to contact us. We are waiting to hear from you right now, so call us on 0800 111 4108.

Home Detoxing in Hull

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Home detoxing is much less structured than drug and alcohol rehab in Hull. You will still follow a personalised treatment programme, but it will only include a detox, and it will be over within ten days.

Before getting started with home detoxing, you will have an assessment with a home detox provider, which helps them to understand what your needs are. 

They will need to know which substance you are addicted to, how long you have had an addiction, the symptoms of addiction you are suffering from, and other topics relating to your substance use disorder.

Most substances must be flushed out of the system through a detox, so home detoxes allow this to happen quickly yet safely. For substances that do not require a detox, this type of treatment is not useful, as it does not provide any psychological guidance for dealing with addiction.

Outpatient Programmes in Hull

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Some outpatient programmes are carried out at drug and alcohol rehab in Hull, so the treatments are very similar. However, patients in these programmes do not stay at the rehab for 28 days; they only attend the programme in the daytime.

Outpatient treatment plans are also individualised, so each patient gets specific guidance for their problem. From the detox phase to the therapy phase, they will learn how to cope with their addiction in the physical and psychological sense.

There is a strong sense of community in outpatient programmes, as all patients are there to recover from addiction, so they can relate to one another. However, drug and alcohol rehab in Hull tends to lead to stronger connections, as the patients live together for a month.

If you are ready to find out more about alcohol rehab in Hull, don’t hesitate to contact us. We are waiting to hear from you right now, so call us on 0800 111 4108.

Free organisations to consider

Below is a list of other organisations offering free support and advice for addiction in and around Hull:

1. NHS CAMHS Humber Valley

Address: 70 Walker St, Hull HU3 2HE

Telephone: 01482 303688

Website: https://camhs.humber.nhs.uk/

 2. Action for Change Hull Alcohol Advice Service

Address: Commerce House, 62 Paragon St, Hull HU1 3PW

Telephone: 01482321594

Website: http://www.action-for-change.org/hullalcoholservices

3. East Riding Partnership

Address: 7 Baker St, Hull HU2 8HP

Telephone: 01405 608210

Website: https://www.humber.nhs.uk/services/east-riding-partnership.htm

You can also reach out to various helplines, including Mind UKYoungMindsRethink Mental IllnessSamaritans, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), Change Grow LiveTurning Point, We Are With You and Papyrus.

The NHS (National Health Service) are always there to help you, as are various NHS Foundation Trusts if you need further information.

How Can I Tell That a Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Hull is High Quality?

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There are many important things to look for when finding a high-quality drug and alcohol rehab in Hull. 

We must say that it is easier to find a great treatment centre if you use a referral service like Rehab4Alcoholism. This is because we are well trained in exactly what to look for, as well as what to avoid, in a drug and alcohol clinic.

Here is an idea of the things we look for when we are getting a referral to drug and alcohol rehab in Hull for our clients.

1. Proof of success

We would never send a client to drug and alcohol rehab in Hull without proof that the rehab facility was treating patients successfully. There are bound to be high relapse rates with any rehab, as this is unavoidable with addiction, but we look for the lowest relapse rates in Hull. 

The aftercare programme provided by the private rehab will often hugely influence relapse rates. The more support that is available when clients leave rehab, the more likely it is that they will stay on track in their recovery. For this reason, we look for centres with successful aftercare programmes.

2. Abstinence treatment

We only support rehab facilities that offer abstinence treatment. If you were to look for treatment yourself, you may end up going for a residential rehab that teaches harm reduction, perhaps without even realising. 

However, we are set on referring our clients to pro-abstinence rehab centres. By getting sober completely, you are giving yourself the best chance of resisting temptation, and therefore avoiding the symptoms of addiction

Fortunately, abstinence treatment is very popular in Hull, so there are many different pro-abstinence clinics to choose from.

3. Diverse therapy techniques

It is possible to go to a drug and alcohol rehab in Hull with just one or two types of therapy, and successfully complete the treatment programme. However, as we have said, everyone needs different addiction treatment.

We prefer rehabs with a wide range of therapies because it ensures there is something for everyone.

If you got to rehab and discovered that holistic therapies did not work for you, this could be very damaging for your recovery if no evidence-based therapies were on offer. However, with many different therapies, there is always something else to try. 

Rehab patients tend to recover best with a combination of different therapy types. For example, you might benefit from family therapy, motivational interviewing, group therapy, and dialectical behavioural therapy. 

4. Safe detoxes

Regulated detoxes are non-negotiable for us when we are making referrals to drug and alcohol rehab in Hull. We never put our clients in an unsafe situation when they are detoxing from drugs or alcohol, as we know just how dangerous this can be. 

When you get a detox at rehab, you need to know that the staff will be following strict protocol, and that they will be treating you according to your specific needs. For example, they should not administer the same medication for every patient. 

What’s more, they should alter the timeframe of the detox according to factors such as the severity of the problem, the patient’s reaction to the detox, and the substance involved.

Before settling on a rehab, find out what their detox process is. They should be offering a gradual withdrawal that is proven to work with the substance you are addicted to.

If they attempt to get patients sober immediately (cold turkey), avoid going there at all costs. This technique is life-threatening.

5. Suitable facilities

This factor is trickier to identify, as it depends on the preferences of the client who is going in for treatment. If you are arranging your own referral, have a think about the facilities that would help you to recover

You can get inspiration by visiting private rehabs, reading their reviews, and researching different facilities at drug and alcohol rehab in Hull.

We would advise you to prioritise treatment types over facilities. However, this does not mean that the facilities are not important. 

Some clients find that being in a rehab centre with a gym helps them to recover successfully, as they use the gym to burn anxious energy, and to keep the momentum going in their recovery.

Make sure you are aware of the facilities available at rehab before you go in for your first day. It is not something that can be adapted, so if you are not happy with the facilities at one rehab, you would need to look into going to a different clinic.

If you are ready to find out more about alcohol rehab in Hull, don’t hesitate to contact us. We are waiting to hear from you right now, so call us on 0800 111 4108.

Is Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Hull Suitable For Me?

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To find out whether drug and alcohol rehab in Hull is suitable for you, we advise speaking to an addiction expert, such as a member of the Rehab4Alcoholism team. They will be able to get an idea of whether your problem would be suitable for rehab treatment.

There is no harm in going to rehab for an assessment. If they determine that you would not benefit from your services, they will be able to recommend a more suitable programme. 

If you would rather do some research independently first, look into the symptoms of dependency and addiction, and be honest with yourself about the symptoms you relate to. However, do not use this as an official diagnosis, as we often downplay our problems when we are completing assessments on ourselves.

Is Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Hull Suitable For My Family Member?

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The process for determining whether your family member needs to go to rehab is similar to that which we have outlined above. However, it can be harder to have these conversations with a family member, as they may not want to admit that they are struggling with addiction symptoms. 

You can find an addiction expert for your loved one to talk to, and make sure you explain that the conversation will be non-judgemental. 

If your family member is willing to attend rehab for assessment, you can make this as stress-free as possible by setting up the appointment, researching rehab with your loved one, and taking them to their assessment.

Most patients who get an assessment at rehab are advised to attend drug and alcohol rehab in Hull, as it is the most successful treatment option all round. If your loved one has a moderate to severe problem, it becomes crucial that they attend inpatient rehab, as opposed to a less structured treatment type.

If you are ready to find out more about alcohol rehab in Hull, don’t hesitate to contact us. We are waiting to hear from you right now, so call us on 0800 111 4108.

FAQs About Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Hull

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Below, we provide answers to common questions around the drug and alcohol rehab process in Hull:

1. Will drug and alcohol rehab in Hull help my court case?

Residential rehab could help your court case, as it would be proof that you are taking responsibility for your substance use disorder. It could make a significant difference to people who have committed a minor crime, and it could even be influential in the context of more serious crime.

However, you cannot trust that going to rehab would definitely help your legal case. This is especially true if your only intention for rehab is to get a milder sentence. If a judge becomes aware of this, it is unlikely that there will be a positive effect on your sentence.

2. Will I be cured after going to drug and alcohol rehab in Hull?

You will not come out of rehab with no desire to take alcohol or drugs again. This is not something that can be taken away, even after intensive therapy and medical detoxing. 

When it comes to relapsing, everyone is different. Some people still have strong cravings for substances when they complete rehab, and they have to battle with many different triggers for relapse. Others will not have severe cravings, and they will feel much more motivated to stay sober.

Your environment is influential in this, so we recommend staying away from triggering people and places, and taking your aftercare plan seriously.

3. Does drug and alcohol rehab in Hull treat process addiction?

Yes, there are rehab centres in Hull that treat process addiction. You do not have to go to a process addiction rehab, as the treatments at private rehab work for both substance and behavioural addictions. 

If you go to rehab for a process addiction, you will not usually have to spend a full 28 days there as an inpatient. This is because you will not have a detox, as people with alcoholism and most other drug addictions do.

You will start therapy on your first day of rehab, and this will continue for around three weeks (instead of the standard four weeks at rehab).

However, if you go to a pro-abstinence treatment centre, you will be expected to stay away from your addiction, just like someone with substance addiction is expected to stay sober.

For example, if you have a video game addiction, you will not be allowed to play video games while you are at rehab. The most effective way to recover is to avoid this completely, and use the time spent in therapy to cope with any withdrawals you have. 

4. What happens if I have trauma?

If you have trauma, drug and alcohol rehab in Hull is the best place for you to be to recover from your addiction. There is no other place to get therapy in such a structured format, for a reasonable price. 

If you were to try out all the different types of therapy at rehab independently, it would cost a huge amount of money, and you would have to work with various private therapists (which could be unsettling, as you would have to talk about your problems to lots of different people).

At drug and alcohol rehab in Hull, you have everything you need under one roof. You can work with the same therapists on a regular basis, which means you will quickly get comfortable working through your issues with them.

The diverse therapy techniques come with your treatment plan, so you would not need to pay extra to benefit from them.

Your treatment plan will reflect the fact that you are struggling with trauma; you may get to have trauma-specific therapy, such as Eye Movement and Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy, which is often used to treat Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) (1).

5. How long will I spend at drug and alcohol rehab in Hull?

This depends on how long you want to spend in treatment. The staff at rehab will advise you on how long you should stay there for, but you are not obliged to follow their recommendations.

You will have to work out how long you want your stay to be, based on how severe your addiction is, and what your budget is.

As the staff are experts in addiction, it is always best to follow their advice wherever possible. If they recommend a 28-day stay, this is because they believe it is necessary for long-term recovery.

Rejecting this could result in a failed recovery, as you are less likely to stay sober if you do not spend a good amount of time in treatment.

There are also limitations on how long you can stay in rehab, as you have to make sure you are following a rehab programme from start to finish. For example, you cannot simply request to stay at rehab for 13 days if the only treatment programme lengths are one week, three weeks, or four weeks.

This means you will need to liaise with your treatment centre to work out the best plan. If you request a referral from us, we can do this for you. Call us on 0800 111 4108 for all treatment enquiries. 

Contact Us to Access Alcohol Rehab in Hull

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At Rehab 4 Alcoholism, we can help you can benefit from the vast experience of a range of support workers, medical professionals and professional therapists, who will work together to give you the best chance of making a full recovery.

All alcohol and drug rehabs have to be registered and audited by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) or the Care Inspectorate (Scotland), so you are in good hands.

We are also able to help you beat various other addictions, including addictions to legal and illegal drugs and gambling.

If you are ready to find out more about alcohol rehab in Hull, don’t hesitate to contact us. We are waiting to hear from you right now, so call us on 0800 111 4108.

Alternatively, you can message us through our website and we’ll get back to you as quickly as possible.

Our rehab services are also available across a variety of locations within the UK, including BirminghamDerbyLincolnshireLincolnNottinghamStoke-on-TrentStaffordshire, and more.


[1] Treatment – Post-traumatic stress disorder https://www.nhs.uk/mental-health/conditions/post-traumatic-stress-disorder-ptsd/treatment/

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