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.
Private addiction treatment is any type of treatment that requires the customer to pay for the service, so this includes private drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool, private intensive outpatient treatment, and private home detoxing.
One advantage of private treatment is that it is very easy to find. There are different rehab centres and outpatient clinics all over Leeds, each providing a slightly different type of rehab programme for people with addiction.
This means you can get into treatment quickly, as you do not have to wait for spaces to become free.
Another pro of private treatment is that there is enough funding for the care to be comprehensive. Not only do you take part in the rehab programme for a set period of time, but you also get an aftercare plan that lasts for one year after your treatment.
This means you are paying for additional support, which is always worth the money.
The wealth of private drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool not only ensures a high-quality treatment programme but also means the facilities at residential rehab tend to be top-notch. They are also often located in beautiful areas, far from noise pollution and traffic.
A downside of private treatment is of course the cost — particularly the cost of rehab. As you start to look into addiction treatment options, it can quickly become expensive. If you want the whole package – 28 days at drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool with a therapy and detox programme – it can cost up to £10,000.
Another disadvantage is that your ideal treatment programme may be delivered by a private rehab that is far from your home; you cannot guarantee that the closest private facility to you will offer the treatments you need.
All of the treatment options we have listed above can be accessed for free. There is some availability for NHS funding for people who cannot afford to go to private drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool.
There are also free addiction resources provided as an alternative to inpatient drug rehab, such as local addiction groups.
The main advantage of free addiction treatment is the fact that it is very accessible. People of all backgrounds can engage with these programmes, as they do not need to earn a high income to qualify.
It is often easy to get to these groups, as patients need to be able to commute easily.
Another pro of free recovery programmes is that there is nothing to lose. If you find the treatment to be ineffective, you will not have lost money in the process. Though you will have dedicated time to treatment, some free programmes demand less of your time (e.g., weekly outpatient groups).
Unfortunately, the disadvantages of free treatment are extremely significant. The main downside is the fact that there is very low availability, so most people with addiction will not be able to access a free treatment programme.
Another disadvantage is that these treatment programmes tend to offer fewer resources; they may not offer aftercare, and their programmes may be shorter. If you manage to get treatment funded at private inpatient rehab, this will not be the case, as you will get a personalised treatment plan like everyone else.
However, this is unlikely to happen, as funding is rare for private drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool.
Below is a list of free organisations where you can access addiction help in and around Liverpool:
Address: 2 Bridle Way, Bootle L30 4UA
Telephone: 01512 039755
Address: The Foundry, 36 Henry St, Liverpool L1 5AY
Telephone: 01517 067888
Address: Alder Rd, Liverpool L12 2AP
Telephone: 01512 933662
You can also call a number of helplines, including Mind UK, YoungMinds, Rethink Mental Illness, Samaritans, Papyrus or SMART Recovery or the NHS.
Other groups you can be involved in include Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and Cocaine Anonymous.
Firstly, prepare yourself for the possible reactions of your family members. They may not be supportive straight away, and you need to be strong enough to go ahead with your plan even if they are not on board.
Remind yourself that any negative reactions could simply be projections and that no one but a medical professional can assess whether you need to go to drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool. Your loved ones will be acting on instinct and emotions, which can cloud their judgement.
Secondly, plan how you are going to tell your family. It is often best to choose a time when everyone is relaxed, and you have plenty of time to sit and talk about your decision after the initial conversation.
Ideally, you would be in a private area with just your family members, so that you feel safe to open up about your issues.
Finally, make it clear that this is your decision, and that you are not asking for approval, but merely keeping your loved ones in the loop. It may be best to arrange a referral before the conversation with family members so that you already have a plan for treatment and cannot be swayed by any negativity.
That being said, if you are confident that your family are going to be supportive, it would be beneficial to involve them in the referral process.
They may be able to make your rehab stay easier by taking you to rehab or visiting you every week, and it is better to know this early on when you are planning your trip to drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool.
As we have said, you should make sure you have a clear plan for drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool before approaching your family if you know they are going to be unsupportive.
If there is a chance they will try to stop you from getting help, we would advise not informing them of your plans for long-term recovery from addiction.
However, if they already know about your recovery, you will have to think about the best way to deal with this. We recommend planning some things to say to refute their disapproval.
You could have some rehab statistics ready, along with your personal reasons for getting help, and your hopes for your recovery journey.
At the end of the day, it is not your responsibility to convince your family members of the benefits of addiction treatment; if they dismiss your first attempt to explain why you are going to rehab, you should protect your peace by opting to stop discussing this issue with them.
Fortunately, you can work through these family issues at a drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool. Even without your family present, you can improve the dynamics by adapting how you behave in family situations. Sometimes, this will require you to cut contact, but other times, you can work on your boundaries with your loved ones.
You will be able to do this with a qualified therapist at drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool. Most types of addiction therapy provide an opportunity to discuss family issues.
If your family are willing to work on these problems, they could go to family therapy with you. If not, you can discuss these challenges in group therapy or individual therapy (e.g., behavioural therapy, art therapy, one-to-one therapy for trauma etc).
If you have expressed an interest in local addiction treatment, your aftercare plan will most likely include this. One of the most common types of local treatment in relapse prevention plans is fellowship groups.
These groups, which are often based on 12-step principles, include SMART Recovery, Alcoholics Anonymous, and Narcotics Anonymous.
Even if self-help groups are not on your aftercare plan, you can choose to attend them as often as you want to. If you need to do this every day to begin with, this is absolutely fine. In fact, it shows great determination, which is promising for long-term sobriety.
If your rehab facility was local to you, they may offer their services as part of their aftercare. This could mean that you get to meet with the people you recovered with to attend outpatient meetings in the year after your rehab stay.
Yes, you can go abroad for inpatient treatment instead of going to drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool. There is a common misconception that going abroad for addiction recovery means paying for a luxury private rehab centre.
Though this is a possibility, you can also get affordable treatment in another country.
Some people choose to recover abroad as it gives them a completely fresh start, and the distance from home allows them to process the trauma that they associate with their life before rehab. Others find that the treatment can be more affordable in certain countries, so there is a financial motivation to avoid drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool.
On the other hand, you may decide to stay in Liverpool if you find the idea of going abroad too overwhelming, given that it involves booking flights, arranging transport, and being away from family and friends.
Yes, we can get you a referral to drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool. If you would prefer to take it slow, you can contact us via email here. You will need to provide us with your name, email address, and phone number.
An addiction specialist will be in touch after this with information about our free telephone assessments.
We also welcome phone calls to 0800 111 4108. We are happy to say our lines are open 24/7, so no matter where you are calling from, and when you are calling, we are available to help with any enquiries you have about drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool.
Below, we provide answers to some common questions about the drug and alcohol rehab process:
You can go to drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool for any addiction that you have. An addiction is defined as a compulsion to engage with a behaviour, regardless of the negative effects this produces.
Most people think of drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool as treating drug and alcohol addiction, as the name suggests. These are the most common addictions treated at private rehab. There are patients with alcohol use disorder, opioid addiction, cannabis addiction, ketamine addiction, prescription drug dependency, and more.
People with dependency problems can attend drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool as they are in the early stages of addiction, so treatment is still necessary.
As well as substance addictions, behavioural addictions are common at drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool. This includes problems with shopping, love, gambling, eating, and sex.
The common thread between patients at residential rehab is that they all have an addiction problem; the main type of person to be treated at drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool is someone with a drug addiction or a behavioural addiction.
It is more common for men to go to drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool than women, so most rehabs have a large male population. These men tend to be over 40 years old. (1) However, women and people under 40 are also treated at private rehabs in Liverpool.
Most people at drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool will have some form of mental health problem, including diagnosed mental health conditions.
This does not mean that there is a requirement to struggle with mental illness, but that it is a common experience of people at drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool.
Some people believe that people at rehab are people with no responsibilities, which is completely untrue.
If you go to drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool, you will most likely meet people with great careers, people with young children at home, and people who are dedicated to higher education.
Rehab is not a place reserved for those who have plenty of free time and few commitments; it is for anyone and everyone who is struggling with a dependency on drugs, alcohol, or addictive behaviour.
The staff at drug and alcohol rehab in Liverpool are addiction experts, so they know that alcohol is frequently used as a coping mechanism by people with addiction.
This is likely something that will be discussed at educational workshops and group therapy, as all patients will need to be educated on it.
However, education won’t be enough for you to stop using alcohol to cope with your emotions. You will need to replace this behaviour with healthy coping mechanisms. This is a gradual process that will happen with long-term therapy, but intensive therapy at rehab is a great start.
Some examples of healthy ways to deal with your emotions are: going to therapy, meditating, journaling, exercising, doing an activity you enjoy, connecting with loved ones, setting boundaries, communicating your needs to those around you, and practising mindfulness.
No matter how good you are at adopting these new coping mechanisms, it will be a difficult journey to get to a place where you do not feel tempted to use alcohol to cope. In fact, many people will always have some form of desire to go back to drinking.
Fortunately, with ongoing therapy, this does not have to end in relapse. You will learn to feel the temptation without giving in to it.
Some people have mental health issues that are even more severe than their addiction. An example of this would be someone with mild alcohol dependency who experiences frequent psychotic episodes as part of their schizophrenia diagnosis.
When this happens, the individual needs to get professional support for their mental illness before they recover from their alcohol dependency. This may involve going to a mental health hospital, an outpatient mental health clinic, or going to private therapy.
When the patient is in a better place with their mental illness, they will find it much easier to get sober. It will still be challenging, but there is a much lower risk of relapse, as they will have the capacity to deal with the hardships of recovering if their mental health is more stable.
Please do not estimate whether your mental illness or addiction is more severe. Trust the experts to make an accurate assessment.
Get in touch with us on 0800 111 4108 for an assessment, and we will provide additional guidance on what to do when you are battling severe mental illness as well as addiction (which is known as dual diagnosis).
One in ten UK citizens will suffer from addiction problems at some stage of their life. The good news is that many of these conditions are treated.
If you or a loved one are addicted and unable to quit, call Rehab 4 Alcoholism today on 0800 111 4108 for a confidential assessment and insurance check. Most health insurance is accepted by our partner treatment centres.
Rehab 4 Alcoholism also offers our addiction services in a variety of locations across Leeds and the UK, including Manchester, Lancashire, Yorkshire, Stockport, Cheshire, Cumbria, Newcastle and more!
All of our drug and alcohol rehabs have to be registered and audited by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
 Adult substance misuse treatment statistics 2020 to 2021: report https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/substance-misuse-treatment-for-adults-statistics-2020-to-2021/adult-substance-misuse-treatment-statistics-2020-to-2021-report#people-in-treatment-substance-sex-age
There are various types of rehab centres available in Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in Liverpool, including inpatient alcohol rehab, luxury alcohol rehab, and private drug rehabs.