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Areas across the UK are suffering from rising addiction rates, and Nottinghamshire is sadly amongst them.
Easy access to drugs and alcohol, along with widespread economic stress and employment uncertainty, has made substance abuse an extremely relevant issue.
This higher rate of use also increases the risk of hospitalisation, even risking death in many cases.
Whilst substance abuse in the UK has slowly worsened, rehabilitation practises have grown to match them.
According to Public Health England, the number of cocaine and opiate users within the county of Nottinghamshire has risen in recent years.
Opiate drugs include heroin, morphine, and codeine.
In Nottinghamshire, the county reported 4,292 users of crack cocaine and opiates in 2019.
This statistic does not include cocaine in powder form, ecstasy, cannabis or amphetamines.
In 2020, statistics published by the coroner for Nottinghamshire showed that there were more than 60 drug and alcohol-related deaths in the area.
If you are struggling with a substance use disorder and are wanting to seek professional help, contact Rehab 4 Alcoholism today.
We can help to source local and effective treatment programmes, tailored to your every need.
The disease model of addiction is a widely recognised approach within the addiction treatment field.
It refers to addiction as a disease of the brain, meaning that it must be treated and monitored over a person’s lifetime.
For example, childhood trauma can contribute to the development of a substance use disorder at a young age.
The disease model of addiction recognises that treatment for addiction is a possibility if an individual is committed to overcoming their substance use.
The most recommended form of treatment is via a residential rehabilitation facility.
Whilst many people follow this model, it has received criticism for referring to those with substance use disorders as addicts.
Those who subscribe to the life-process model believe that categorising addiction as a disease makes it harder for those with diagnosed substance use disorder to remain motivated in their recovery efforts.
Dual diagnosis is the term used to refer to those with both a substance use disorder and a co-occurring mental health problem.
It can be very difficult for those with a dual diagnosis to seek appropriate treatment.
This is because treatment requires dual diagnosis specialists and experts within the addiction field.
A huge benefit of private rehabilitation is that most clinics offer treatment programmes to help patients with their dual diagnoses.
A dual diagnosis can be tricky to diagnose especially, for example, with alcohol use disorder and depression.
Therapists without dual diagnosis experience may assume that depression is simply due to alcohol consumption, instead of it being a separate illness.
Without receiving the right diagnosis, it can be tricky to reach sobriety.
Fortunately, at Rehab 4 Alcoholism we specialise in helping clients access dual diagnosis treatment and promise to offer our support every step of the way.
If you believe you are struggling with co-occurring disorders or have been previously diagnosed with a dual diagnosis, contact our team on 0800 111 4108.
Abstinence is a term used throughout addiction treatment and recovery to describe when a person permanently stops consuming drugs or alcohol.
For most clients, abstinence is a goal that rehab helps them to achieve.
The abstinence approach was first adopted by Alcoholics Anonymous, where milestones for not engaging or partaking in alcohol consumption are celebrated still to this day.
In recovery, abstinence is an all-or-nothing approach that, whilst beneficial for most people, can be a challenge to those with severe alcohol use disorders.
If an individual suddenly halts their alcohol consumption without medical advice or assistance, they could experience fatal alcohol withdrawal symptoms.
This can cause immediate death.
By choosing to abstain in a specialised rehabilitation clinic, staff will work with you to personalise your programme exactly to your needs.
Through detoxing and therapy, abstinence could be a goal achieved sooner than you think.
Total abstinence helps those with addictions to illicit substances avoid legal trouble, as well as work on healing their mental and physical health.
It also encourages individuals to remain motivated in their recovery efforts.
Private residential rehab provides great benefits to individuals who are invested in overcoming their addiction to drugs or alcohol.
Firstly, residential rehab can help to treat a wide range of addictions.
By opting for a residential facility, you are actively deciding to remove temptation from your life.
This is a key step in your recovery journey.
Residential rehab also means that you will be surrounded by constant care, including from a fully qualified medical team.
Residential clinics are also often places of luxury.
Having the time and space to recover can help you to adopt a calm and positive mindset during your journey to sobriety.
Residential programmes are considered the most effective method of addiction treatment so if you have been considering learning more about the programmes on offer, we’re happy to help.
Whilst we have explored some of the many benefits of residential treatment can provide, you may still be wondering where that leaves free treatment like that offered by the NHS.
Whilst NHS treatment offered locally can be very beneficial to some, for those with severe addictions it often doesn’t provide the same level of immediate support that private treatment can.
Whilst it is free, it often involves long waitlists which aren’t feasible for those needing urgent care.
These long waitlists are often due to government cuts which in turn places immense pressure on NHS treatment programmes.
NHS treatment rarely offers mental health support and residential places.
For those with a dual diagnosis, this means that treatment could be ineffective and lead to relapse.
The main downside to private programmes is most notably the cost of treatment.
Whilst previously, private rehab was considered inaccessible, many clinics now offer payment plans and accept medical insurance from a wide range of providers.
Many clinics in the UK now promise to work individually with clients creating bespoke treatment plans suited to their budget.
If this is the first time you have considered professional addiction treatment through a residential facility, you may be unsure if rehab is suitable for your needs.
Below, we have compiled a list of who we believe residential rehab would benefit the most:
DSM-5 stands for the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Mental Disorders (Fifth Edition).
It is the gold-standard test widely used by mental health professionals in the diagnosis of substance use disorder.
It was first developed in the United States but has since been adopted widely in the UK.
The DSM-5 follows 11 criteria with which patients must partly or fully identify with in order to receive an accurate diagnosis.
The criteria are as follows:
From here, patients are further categorised into 3 levels of severity.
Those who identify with 2 to 3 of the criteria show signs of a mild substance use disorder (SUD), 4 to 5 shows a moderate SUD.
If an individual identifies with 6 or more of the above criteria, they are said to have a severe addiction and a residential programme will be recommended.
Whilst we wish that rehab was effective for everyone, this sadly isn’t the case.
At Rehab 4 Alcoholism, we understand that not all clients can commit to temporarily moving into a residential clinic.
This may be due to their career, family responsibilities or personal issues.
In instances like this, we like to remind our clients that there are other options available.
In the Nottinghamshire area, both Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings take place every week.
These meetings are very beneficial and can help you connect with local individuals who are in a similar position to you.
Sharing experiences and feelings in a group environment can help you to create a support network during your path to sobriety.
Meetings are available across the UK both in-person and online.
If you are still interested in private rehabilitation but cannot commit to a residential programme, why not consider outpatient treatment or a home detox?
Both of these options are less expensive than a full inpatient stay and can still provide amazing results.
Outpatient programmes mean that you can still live at home whilst commuting to daily meetings and therapy at a local clinic.
This option is a lot more flexible, though doesn’t shield you from temptation as much as a residential programme would.
For those with mild to moderate addictions, this can be a useful form of treatment.
Home detoxes are another option though again, are only recommended for those with mild to moderate addictions.
Before this option is granted, staff will assess the likelihood of programme completion.
During a home detox for alcohol addiction, Librium is sent to the home to ease withdrawal symptoms.
Clients are also expected to remain in daily contact with clinic staff to ensure their safety and wellbeing at all times.
Securing an admission date is easy with our help.
All we ask is that you call the Rehab 4 Alcoholism team on 0800 111 4108.
From here, we can begin our pre-admission assessment.
This is nothing to worry about, but rather an informal chat that allows us to understand more about your addiction, your goals for treatment and your rehab budget.
From this, we will help to source local rehab clinics that offer specialism in your addiction.
On the day of your admission, staff will introduce you to your treatment team and show you around the facility.
To build an accurate treatment plan, staff at your chosen facility will need to understand more about your addiction.
To do this, they will conduct assessments related to the DSM-5, the ASAM criteria and the AUDIT criteria.
The ASAM is a multidimensional assessment that helps practitioners and mental health professionals diagnose, place, transfer and discharge patients.
This assessment also takes into account a patient’s needs, weaknesses and strengths.
It follows a set of 6 dimensions, which are:
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 emotions they are feeling.
This fourth dimension determines the client’s readiness and their 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. This includes factors such as social groups, friends and support networks.
AUDIT stands for Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test.
It is a series of 10 questions concerning your alcohol intake, your dependence on alcohol and your understanding of the consequences of alcohol consumption.
The test is scored out of a total of 40 with each question worth 0 to 4.
The higher your score, the more severe your alcohol dependence.
The 10 questions are as follows:
An intervention refers to when family or friends of an individual facing substance use disorder take steps to help them into treatment.
Usually, interventions are performed by a professional interventionist in a home environment.
Interventions can be very effective in helping a person see how severe their addiction is.
During this facilitated conversation, family members often share their concerns and how they believe treatment can help.
By hiring a professional interventionist, families can ensure that the conversation is effectively and safely facilitated at all times.
Whilst they are usually very beneficial, sometimes it can be hard for an individual to accept their problem with drugs or alcohol.
If you believe your loved one is struggling with substance abuse, contact an interventionist through our team at Rehab 4 Alcoholism.
Interventionists also offer support for you and your family through difficult times, so you don’t have to go through any of this alone.
Your interventionist will recommend alternative approaches to help such as CRAFT.
CRAFT stands for Community Reinforcement And Family Training.
The CRAFT approach to intervention was created to help family members steer their loved one away from substance abuse.
It mainly focuses on positive reinforcement, avoiding enabling situations and highlighting the strength of the family unit.
The total cost of your rehabilitation programme will vary according to the type of treatment you decide upon, the length of your programme, your budget, and the location in which you choose to recover.
As an estimate, a 28-day programme usually begins priced at around £8,000 if you were to share a room and £12,000 for a single occupancy room.
These prices can vary depending on the facilities available at your chosen clinic.
If you would prefer to opt for detox only, prices for this programme begin at around £6,000.
They typically last for around 7 to 10 days depending on your responsiveness to treatment.
If you would prefer home treatment instead, prices decrease to around £1,500.
Though it is worth mentioning that home treatment programmes do not shield clients from temptations and triggers.
For a more accurate estimation of the price of your treatment programme, contact us today.
Deciding upon the right treatment facility can feel like a huge responsibility.
Fortunately, we are here to help.
With our years of experience and connections with top treatment providers, you can rest assured that we will source only the best rehab clinics in Nottinghamshire.
Before settling on a clinic, we recommend you consider the following:
A detox programme is a medically supervised process in which all toxins are safely eliminated from the body.
They are used in most rehab clinics to remove all physical dependencies from drugs and alcohol.
Most people are encouraged to complete a detox before they can move on to overcoming the psychological aspect of their addiction.
However, for people with cannabis and cocaine addictions, this isn’t always the case.
This is because these substances aren’t physically addictive.
For clients with psychological addictions, intense therapy will be recommended.
Whilst they can be unpleasant, detoxes are temporary and can help to pave the way for your sobriety.
Staff are on hand 24 hours a day to prescribe medication and offer support when you need it.
At Rehab 4 Alcoholism, we always recommend clients complete a detox programme within a medical facility.
Attempting to stop your consumption at home, without any medical advice, can cause very unpleasant withdrawal symptoms and even lead to death in some circumstances.
The length of your programme depends upon the severity of your addiction and how well you respond to treatment.
A major benefit to private treatment is that you can stay in rehab for as long as you deem necessary.
There is no timeframe for how long an individual should be in treatment.
Whilst most people attend rehab for around 28 days, it is not uncommon to stay for 6 months or longer depending on your personal needs.
Others attend rehab for 10 days to 2 weeks to complete detox programmes before returning home on an outpatient basis.
With private care, you can work with staff to devise a treatment plan that works for you.
Cocaine is one of the most widely abused substances in the UK.
It usually comes in the form of a white powder that is snorted or rubbed into the gums.
It can have very dangerous effects on the body increasing the risk of a heart attack and stroke.
Because it is highly addictive, it can cause patterns of repeated abuse very quickly within users.
Cocaine consumption causes the release of dopamine, which makes the user feel very happy.
When the substance is no longer consumed the user begins to feel moody, depressed, and anxious.
Mixing cocaine with alcohol makes these conditions even worse.
If you are currently living in Nottinghamshire and facing problems with your cocaine use, call our team today.
We can help you to find bespoke care and overcome your addiction.
Heroin is an opiate drug that derives from the poppy plant.
It is very addictive and can have fatal effects on the body and mind.
This is even more dangerous when mixed with alcohol.
As it is used more and more by an individual, their tolerance increases.
This means that they will have to consume a higher dose to feel the effects of the substance.
Residential treatment is considered the most effective method of overcoming heroin addiction and has successfully helped many people take back control of their life.
In rehab, heroin can be replaced by safer drugs such as methadone.
Whilst you may currently feel like it is impossible to combat your heroin addiction, our team can help.
Residential rehab can help you to begin a new chapter whilst healing your body and mind.
Cannabis is a plant-based substance that can be smoked or ingested.
Whilst many people think cannabis is not harmful, it can cause detrimental effects on your mental health.
Smoking it with tobacco also increases the likelihood of developing a nicotine addiction.
People who use cannabis very frequently experience cravings when they cannot access the drug.
These cravings often look like irritability, nausea, lack of appetite, diarrhoea, and insomnia.
If you are struggling with cannabis consumption, seek professional help today.
It is never too late.
In rehab for cannabis addiction, you will explore the root of your addiction as well as work on discovering the emotional causes and triggers of your consumption.
Another huge benefit of private treatment is the availability of both traditional and holistic therapies.
In therapy, rehab is used to help clients overcome their psychological dependence on substances.
It also allows clients to safely explore the emotional causes of their addiction and work on creating healthy coping mechanisms.
The therapies you are offered will depend on your needs and what staff believe will best benefit you.
Examples of the types of therapy on offer include:
A relapse prevention plan is a document created before you complete treatment.
It contains information regarding your addiction, your triggers and your coping mechanisms.
It is usually shared with your support network too.
This document aims to provide support to you should you feel as though you may relapse.
Your relapse prevention plan may also include helpful strategies such as HALT.
HALT stands for Hungry, Angry, Lonely, Tired.
It forces individuals to check in with themselves and focus on their needs before engaging in addictive behaviour.
Your plan may also contain helpful mindfulness exercises and breathing tools.
This document is just one of the many ways your clinic will offer aftercare to you at the end of your programme.
Other ways include support meetings, drop-in sessions and continued therapy.
More and more people in Nottinghamshire suffering from substance abuse are reaching out to us for help.
If you need help with your addiction, why not do the same?
Call us today on 0800 111 4108 to speak to one of our expert advisors.
Our service is professional, confidential and entirely judgement-free.
If you are suffering from alcohol abuse or any kind of substance addiction, we are here to help.
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