Rehab 4 Alcoholism
211 Beaufort House,
94-98 Newhall Street,
All treatment providers we recommend are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) or Care Inspectorate.
Alcoholism is sadly a familiar problem for the UK, thanks largely to a culture that strongly encourages social drinking.
It is far too easy for social drinking to become habitual, soon developing into addiction and finally dependence.
That’s where Rehab 4 Alcoholism comes in.
Our expert advisers will give you the best match with rehab in Lincolnshire, giving you everything you need to take the first step in reaching sobriety.
For many suffering from addiction, they may see their issues as a failure of their morals or their beliefs.
Often, addiction is considered and portrayed as a societal problem, but the real cause of this behaviour is not considered fully.
In the modern world, ongoing research is revealing more and more about addiction and how, when addicted, processes in the brain can change.
This affects neural pathways, often making it extremely difficult to stop consumption without external help.
For these reasons, addiction is considered a disease, not a moral failure of the individual.
Also known as a substance abuse disorder, this disease affects countless individuals and those around them across the world.
In the UK, there were 4,359 reported deaths in 2018 as a result of drug poisoning, a substantial increase from previous years.
In many cases, addiction can be said to be a result of underlying mental health issues.
These are generally psychiatric disorders, brought about by the abuse of substances such as alcohol.
Different individuals will struggle with different mental health challenges, but there are a few problems that are found more frequently when concerning addiction.
Depression and anxiety are the most common disorders experienced, but individuals struggling with addiction have also reported cases of schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and others.
When treating an individual suffering from addiction, it is important to focus on both the physical and mental effects of addiction.
The best and most effective programmes are those which have therapies and other treatments to help the individual deal with both the physical and mental effects, not just one or the other.
In cases where an individual focuses solely on one of these aspects, recovery is likely to be slower, less efficient and have an overall lower chance of success.
The drug and alcohol rehabs in Lincolnshire recommended by Rehab 4 Alcoholism always hold the same overall goal: abstinence.
This refers to a complete and maintained withdrawal from the substance as well as the aim of developing coping mechanisms and techniques to avoid relapse in the long-term.
This is the most effective aim of rehabilitation, and it boasts a host of benefits for the individual.
For example, those struggling with addiction who successfully progress through rehab and the aftercare associated often report better sleep, improved relationships, less financial strain, and general reduced stress.
In comparison, other goals of rehab (not recommended through Rehab 4 Alcoholism) are much less focused on achieving abstinence.
These could instead be focused on harm reduction and moderation management, though the results are often not as long-lasting nor as beneficial for the individual affected.
Residential rehab has been proven to be the most effective and successful method of addiction treatment.
This is for a number of reasons, but individuals who attend residential rehab are more likely to progress through addiction treatment programmes successfully as well as having an overall higher chance of success in terms of recovery and long-term abstinence.
Due to the flexible and tailored nature of the addiction programmes offered, individuals gain a far more effective treatment that is directly specialised to their unique requirements.
These programs can be changed depending on the individual’s reaction to them and the progression of their recovery.
Overall, this makes the residential approach to addiction treatment far more efficient.
In addition, individuals will also have constant access to expert staff and medical support where necessary.
Before making a decision on a rehabilitation provider, it is important to assess all options.
Some of the main benefits of residential rehab are mentioned above, but it is also important to consider the potential drawbacks.
For example, residential rehab can be very expensive for some individuals (more in later paragraphs).
However, it is important to consider the staff to patient ratio as well as the level of care and 24/7 access provided.
Alternatively, individuals may consider council-funded addiction treatment options.
This is a common path of rehabilitation, generally being the most accessible with many local surgeries being close and convenient for the individual.
When offered through public health services, these are also free of charge.
However, due to their popularity, these services are also often overloaded and can come with long waiting lists and admissions processes.
Through this option, individuals are also far less likely to maintain constant contact with one particular therapist or addiction supervisor when compared to private care.
Below is a list of organisations that offer free advice and support for drug and alcohol addiction in and around Lincolnshire:
Address: 26-30 Newland, Lincoln, LN1 1XG
Telephone: 0800 304 7021
Address: Carholme Court Doddington Ward, Long Leys Rd, Lincoln LN1 1FS
Telephone: 01522 597979
Address: Sycamore Centre, Beacon Lane, Grantham, NG31 9DF
Telephone: 0303 123 4000
You can also contact other addiction advice organisations such as Narcotics Anonymous and Cocaine Anonymous. They can also help you with guidance for you or your loved one.
You can also look at free information given from the NHS.
For mental health support, visit Papyrus, Young Minds, Samaritans, and Rethink Mental Illness.
Not everyone is suitable for residential rehab.
There are many reasons why someone may choose not to or not be eligible for residential rehab.
For example, an individual’s personal preferences or location may make attending rehab away from home impossible or extremely difficult.
Below are some of the other criteria that an individual may fulfil in order to be suitable for residential rehab:
As mentioned above, there may be several reasons why an individual may not be suitable or appropriate for residential rehabilitation.
However, this does not mean that this individual is unable to access drug and alcohol rehab in Lincolnshire.
In fact, there are many other alternative options that an individual may be eligible for.
Although residential rehab is the most effective, using a combination of methods such as the ones listed below can be extremely effective.
Outpatient service providers offer many other solutions.
For example, attending addiction networking groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous can help the individual to build relationships and reach out for support if needed.
Some individuals may consider SMART Recovery.
This stands for Self-Management And Recovery Techniques and includes a combination of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and motivational techniques to help the individual recover more independently.
Home detoxes are also possible, where an individual is sent medical intervention through the post to help cope with physical withdrawal symptoms.
These can be highly advantageous for many individuals but are not suitable in all cases.
Take a look at some of our other outpatient treatment options for more information.
Before entering rehabilitation, professionals must first assess the individual struggling with addiction to determine the level of rehabilitative care they need.
Though this may seem like a grand task, there are tools and methods that have been developed for exactly this purpose.
The most commonly used measure is the American Society of Addiction Medicine Patient Placement Criteria, or the ASAM Criteria.
This is a holistic test that covers the physical, biological, and social measures associated with addiction to determine the intensity of rehabilitation treatments needed.
This is assessed across six dimensions:
This is widely accepted as an accurate way to measure the intensity of rehabilitative care required.
When addicted, individuals can often exhibit extremely secretive or private lifestyles, making it hard for others to gauge what they may truly be experiencing.
In these cases, and especially with alcohol addiction, there are some techniques that can be used.
Where the individual is willing, there are several questionnaires that can be used to judge these effects and the extent of the individual’s alcohol abuse.
This is known as the Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT) and consists of 10 questions concerning intake, dependency, and the consequences of this potential alcohol addiction.
Ranked from 1-4, this test can indicate an alcohol dependency.
Those scoring 13 or higher are categorised as having an alcohol dependency, though any score above an 8 is a cause for concern.
Interventions can be used to encourage individuals to seek further help for their problems associated with addiction.
During an intervention, individuals suffering from addiction and those around them who may also be affected –such as friends and family-will hold a discussion with the presence of an interventionist (or counsellor).
Although the overall idea is to share experiences and understand the difficulties faced by both parties, the traditional form of intervention can be rather confrontational, holding a success rate of around 30%.
However, more modern and revised interventions such as Community Reinforcement Approach to Family Training (CRAFT) have a success rate of around 70%.
This is due to the more invitational approach, encouraging the individual affected to share their triggers and cravings, as well as breaking the vicious cycles that they may have relaxed into.
Developing future plans has a strong role in the CRAFT approach to interventions, contributing to its far higher success rate.
There are thousands of rehabilitation options around the UK – many of these being residential rehabilitation centres.
Each drug and alcohol rehab in Lincolnshire is different and each individual will require a different level of care, meaning that there is no set cost for every individual.
Below are outlined some of the main contributing factors to the cost of rehab as well as the average costs around the time of writing:
Detoxification is the process that an individual generally experiences at the beginning of their rehab journey.
This includes withdrawing from the substance and removing the harmful chemicals or toxins that may have been building up in the body as a result of long-term substance abuse.
This is not a pleasant experience and individuals are almost always recommended to be supervised or have some support available.
This process can take anywhere between a couple of days to a couple of weeks – it varies between each individual and their specific history of abuse.
Cocaine -often found in the form of white powder and snorted for consumption- is a powerful stimulating drug.
It can have dangerous impacts when mixed with alcohol.
When consumed, it gives the user and strong high and often causes noticeable changes in behaviour.
This is often easily detected by close friends and family.
When consumed over a long period of time, individuals are likely to experience more severe psychological impacts such as an increased risk of panic attacks and the risk of a psychological crash.
In these cases, immediate intervention may be required.
Cocaine is not physically addictive, meaning that it cannot kill an individual if they were to simply stop using the drug, but its psychological effects are extremely strong.
When seeking rehabilitative care for cocaine addiction in Lincolnshire, individuals should carefully consider the dual diagnosis approach.
Focusing on both the physical and mental effects of addiction will give them the best chances of success.
Heroin is another extremely addictive substance, often consumed by snorting, injecting, or smoking.
As a derivative of morphine, heroin is one of the most addictive substances in the world, as well as specifically in the UK and Lincolnshire.
When consumed, individuals experience extreme euphoric highs in the short-term, but long-term usage can have more serious effects.
In terms of health, long-term heroin abuse can cause damage to vital organs such as the heart, liver and lungs.
Heroin addictions will often have intense withdrawal symptoms, as it is a physically addictive drug like alcohol.
This means that medical intervention is often required, transitioning the individual from heroin to other substances such as methadone or buprenorphine in a process known as tapering.
Perhaps not as commonly thought of as the previous substances, cannabis addictions also cause thousands across the UK to struggle every day.
Affecting the central nervous system (CNS), cannabis causes users to feel a range of emotions: from positive effects such as increased creativity, relaxation and introspection, to negative effects such as paranoia, increased sensitivity and risk of dizziness.
Unlike heroin, cannabis is not physically addictive and its withdrawal effects tend to be more psychological.
For this reason, it is also important to consider the dual diagnosis approach, as well as being aware of the effects it may have had on their long-term health.
As one of the most important features of drug and alcohol rehab in Lincolnshire, individuals are likely to experience relapse prevention planning as part of their addiction treatment course.
This is vital as it prepares the individual for life outside of and after leaving rehabilitative treatments.
This is done by developing a carefully thought-out prevention plan, taking into account the individual’s past history with substance abuse as well as an accurate and honest risk assessment of relapse likelihood.
When making the plan, it is recommended to create a physical copy or one that is easy to refer to if needed.
This can massively reduce the risk of relapse if an individual has access to a planned course of action in situations where it may be required.
Throughout the process of creating this plan, individuals are reminded that it is a gradual process and that there is a lot of work required to make serious and long-lasting progress.
However, individuals should remember that there is always help and support available at every stage of the process.
Whether this is as part of a residential rehab stay, aftercare provided by other treatment service providers, or through Rehab 4 Alcoholism’s support line, individuals are never alone when creating this plan or at any other stage of the rehabilitation process.
For more information on tailored and specialised alcoholism treatment in Lincolnshire, contact Rehab 4 Alcoholism today.
When you contact us, we shall conduct a quick assessment to determine your needs.
Following this, we shall advise you on the various treatment options in Lincolnshire that are open to you. All rehabs in England and Wales that we work with are vetted by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Whatever stage of the recovery journey you are at, and whatever age you might be, we are always here to help.
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