Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Oxford

If you want to break out of the cycle of addiction once and for all, get in touch with a drug and alcohol rehab in Oxford and let the professionals guide you through the process.

You can heal from alcohol addiction, drug addiction and behavioural addictions with the help of our supportive and non-judgemental team.

Get alcohol and drug rehab and advice in Oxford for addictions including binge drinking, alcohol addiction, benzodiazepine addiction, Buprenorphine addiction, cannabis use disorder, crack cocaine addiction, ketamine addiction, opioid use disorder, heroin addiction, cocaine dependence or cocaine addiction, any physical dependence or codependency, substance use disorder, and behavioural addictions such as gambling addiction and eating disorders.

What is drug and alcohol rehab?

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Recovering from addiction is not an easy task, and it can be very difficult to do it alone.

With professional support and supervision, you will have a much better chance at a safe and long-term recovery.

This is where drug and alcohol rehab in Oxford comes in, providing a comfortable and secure environment where you can heal from the physical and psychological aspects of the addiction and prepare for the future.

Several of the specialists on our team at  Rehab 4 Alcoholism are in recovery themselves, and understand what you’re going through.

Contact our 24/7 confidential helpline on on 0800 111 4108 for further details about rehab in Oxford.

What kind of addictions are treated at drug and alcohol rehab in Oxford?

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You can become addicted to almost anything, and it’s important to get help as soon as possible.

Substances such as alcohol, cannabis and nicotine are usually the most commonly addictive as they are widely available and more socially acceptable than many other drugs.

Some drugs are more addictive than others – heroin, for example, is thought to be one of the most addictive substances in the world. [1]

Addictions that can be treated at drug and alcohol rehab in Oxford include:

  • Alcohol addiction
  • Cocaine addiction
  • Heroin addiction (or heroin withdrawal, or the effects of heroin such as hepatitus)
  • Cannabis addiction
  • Methamphetamine addiction
  • Prescription painkiller addiction
  • Stimulant addiction
  • Inhalant addiction
  • Synthetic opioid addiction
  • Nicotine addiction

These substance addictions are often treated with a combination of detox, counselling, relapse prevention, aftercare and medications.

Other addictions that may be treated at drug and alcohol rehab in Oxford include behavioural addictions such as exercise addiction, sex and love addiction and gambling addiction.

What happens at drug and alcohol rehab in Oxford?

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Below, we outline what typically happens during a residential drug and alcohol rehab programme:

1. Admissions

The period of time when you first arrive at rehab is an opportunity for your medical team to understand more about your condition, needs and any co-occurring mental or physical health disorders such as depression, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) or schizophrenia and anxiety, that may impact your treatment.

This includes running blood tests, undergoing assessments and answering questions about your health and medical history.

You will get a complete psychiatric assessment from psychiatrist who will determine if you need psychiatric treatment.

It’s important to be honest and provide any relevant information, which will in turn ensure that your treatment plan is as useful as possible.

Several of the specialists on our team at  Rehab 4 Alcoholism are in recovery themselves, and understand what you’re going through.

Contact our 24/7 confidential helpline on on 0800 111 4108 for further details about rehab in Oxford.

2. Detox

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Recovering from a physical addiction to drugs or alcohol involves undergoing a supervised medical detox.

This process takes 7-10 days at drug and alcohol rehab in Oxford and you are recommended to rest as much as possible as your body rebalances and gets used to functioning without drugs or alcohol.

This usually results in several withdrawal symptoms – these can be mild such as nausea and sweating, or severe such as seizures and hallucinations.

3. Counselling

Talking helps, and addiction counselling is a powerful tool to assist you in your recovery.

At drug and alcohol rehab in Oxford, counselling lasts for a minimum of three weeks depending on the length of your treatment programme.

There are many different types of counselling which are discussed in more detail below.

You will be encouraged to talk about your feelings and emotions, potentially delve into your past and challenge any negative perspectives and mindsets. [2]

4. Relapse prevention

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Completing a treatment programme at drug and alcohol rehab is a huge achievement which should be celebrated, but it’s important to remember that it doesn’t signify the end of your recovery journey.

You will need to continue working on and prioritising your recovery for the rest of your life.

Your medical team and counsellor will work to prepare you for life after rehab by helping you to create a relapse prevention plan.

This may include worksheets, techniques, documents and other items that can help you to stay sober when you refer back to them over the following weeks, months and years.

For example, alcohol dependence can be confirmed fast and efficiently using the Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test, DSM-5 or CAGE questionnaire.

Dependent drinkers will have built up a strong tolerance to alcohol, and experience unpleasant withdrawal symptoms (, alcohol withdrawal symptoms) or alcohol withdrawal syndrome when they stop drinking, so these symptoms need to be managed carefully.

To ensure that the risk of seizures is curtailed our medical team prescribe patients with Chlordiazepoxide, brand name Librium, as they undergo detox as this has been shown to offer more protection against the risk of seizures.

A medically-assisted detox (alcohol detox) is needed in order to try to prevent the effects of alcohol, including encephalopathy (Wernicke encephalopathy) and delirium tremens.

Several of the specialists on our team at  Rehab 4 Alcoholism are in recovery themselves, and understand what you’re going through.

Contact our 24/7 confidential helpline on on 0800 111 4108 for further details about rehab in Oxford.

What types of addiction counselling are available at drug and alcohol rehab in Oxford?

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Counselling is a crucial part of the rehab process, and the type of counselling you receive will be tailored to you and your condition.

Some people find individual therapy to be most helpful, such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), while others benefit from group therapy sessions or family therapy.

Therapy at a drug and alcohol rehab in Oxford might include Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, acupuncture, art therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, dialectical behaviour therapy, drama therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, group psychotherapy, motivational therapy, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, brief intervention, contingency management, coping mechanisms work therapy, equine therapy, family therapy, group therapy, individual therapy, mindfulness, motivational interviewing, music therapy, art therapy and talking therapies.

You may find the following types of addiction counselling at drug and alcohol rehab in Oxford:

  • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT)
  • Trauma-focused therapy
  • Eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing therapy (EMDR)
  • 12 Step facilitation therapy (TSF)
  • Group therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Individual therapy
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Brief interventions
  • Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)
  • Motivational enhancement therapy (MET)
  • Holistic and alternative therapies

If there is a specific type of therapy that you would like to try, make sure to mention this in your initial appointment with your chosen rehab clinic to ensure they will be able to accommodate your request.

Drug and alcohol statistics in Oxford

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As a thriving student town, alcohol consumption in Oxford may be expected to be high.

However, the increasing rate of alcohol-related hospital admissions is cause for concern and is putting an increased strain on the NHS.

It is thought that up to 87% of alcohol-dependent adults in Oxfordshire are not receiving sufficient treatment, and roughly 30% of adults in the area are drinking more than the recommended limit of alcohol. [3]

The rate of drug deaths in Oxford and surrounding areas has increased in recent years, with 2020 marking the highest number of drug-related deaths in the county since 2002.

32 people died in 2019 due to drugs in Oxfordshire, and this increased to 42 during 2020. [4]

Several of the specialists on our team at  Rehab 4 Alcoholism are in recovery themselves, and understand what you’re going through.

Contact our 24/7 confidential helpline on on 0800 111 4108 for further details about rehab in Oxford.

How long does drug and alcohol rehab in Oxford last?

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There is no exact timeframe for rehab, as everyone’s needs are different.

In most cases you will choose from three different treatment programmes at drug and alcohol rehab in Oxford – 30 days, 60 days or 90 days.

The main difference between these programmes is the amount of time that you will spend in counselling and working on relapse prevention, as each one allows time for a full physical detox.

This means the minimum amount of time you will be at rehab is usually 30 days, unless you leave your treatment programme early.

It is recommended that you stay for the entire treatment programme if possible, to ensure that you have a chance to benefit from each part of the process.

While you will be encouraged to complete your treatment programme, in the majority of cases you will be able to leave if you choose to.

How much does rehab cost?

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Rehab does not always deserve its reputation as a luxurious and unaffordable form of addiction treatment.

While some clinics do charge more and are usually only attainable if you have a high income, others are lower-priced and can be accessed by almost anyone.

It can be possible to access drug and alcohol rehab in Oxford for as little as £1,000 per week, but the average price for treatment is around £15,000 for a 30-day programme.

This increases to £30,000 for a 60-day programme and £45,000 for a 90-day treatment programme.

Some ways that you can pay for your addiction treatment is by using your savings, asking for help from friends and family members, claiming on your private health or employee insurance, crowdfunding online or setting up a payment plan with your chosen rehab clinic.

Several of the specialists on our team at  Rehab 4 Alcoholism are in recovery themselves, and understand what you’re going through.

Contact our 24/7 confidential helpline on on 0800 111 4108 for further details.

How can I get someone else to go to rehab?

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Watching someone you know struggle with addiction and yet refuse treatment or help can be immensely frustrating.

You know that time is of the essence and that they need professional care and support, and yet your loved one won’t admit that they have a problem.

An intervention is one way that you can help them to acknowledge the addiction and enter treatment.

This involves gathering together a group of close friends and family members to meet with the affected person and show them how much the addiction is affecting those around them.

A successful intervention is usually run by a professional counsellor or interventionist, and this ensures that each person is able to speak and express themselves.

You can learn more about holding an intervention here – make sure to take the time to thoroughly research and plan before committing to this method, as an intervention can be extremely challenging and emotional.

What is CRAFT?

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Some people find that an intervention isn’t the right choice for themselves or their loved one.

This confrontational method may push friends and family members away and shatter the trust in these important relationships.

Thankfully, it is possible to intervene and help a loved one struggling with addiction without having to distance yourself from them or issue devastating consequences.

CRAFT stands for Community Reinforcement and Family Training, and is a gentle form of intervention that helps friends and family members communicate more effectively with the affected person. [5]

You will learn about positive reinforcement, taking care of yourself so you can take care of others and communicate in ways that benefit both you and the people around you.

CRAFT is a positive and engaging form of intervention that can help you to guide your friend or family member towards treatment while still maintaining your relationship with them.

Several of the specialists on our team at  Rehab 4 Alcoholism are in recovery themselves, and understand what you’re going through.

Contact our 24/7 confidential helpline on on 0800 111 4108 for further details about rehab in Oxford.

What is SMART Recovery?

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There is more than one way to recover from a drug or alcohol addiction.

If traditional rehab isn’t for you, consider attending a SMART Recovery programme. SMART stands for Self Management and Recovery Training and is an empowering way that you can choose to change your behaviours. [6]

This programme is run by trained and experienced professionals who use a number of techniques including CBT to help you change your thoughts and therefore your actions.

SMART is based on the 4-Point Programme which creates a structure and foundation on which to build your new habits.

These are:

  • Building and Maintaining Motivation
  • Coping with Urges
  • Managing Thoughts, Feelings and Behaviours
  • Living a Balanced Life

With SMART you can learn how to help yourself and others to break free from addiction, and this programme can be combined with other methods such as counselling and rehab for lasting and long-term effects.

How can I get to and from drug and alcohol rehab in Oxford?

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Being able to get to and from rehab easily can remove one of the biggest barriers towards treatment, so it’s important to have various transport links between your home and your chosen clinic.

Oxford is easily reached by car, train, coach and taxi, making it an ideal rehab location as it is accessible to almost anyone across the UK.

It is also possible to get to Oxford from all the main London airports by train and/or coach, meaning that drug and alcohol rehab in Oxford could be an option for those who live overseas.

The Airline coach service runs directly to Oxford from Heathrow and Gatwick, and you can also catch a train from London if you aren’t coming from one of these airports.

Oxford Railway Station is centrally located, and you can walk from here to the centre of town in as little as 5-10 minutes.

The coach station is also located in central Oxford, and the Oxford Tube is a coach that runs directly between Oxford and London.

Of course you can also drive to rehab from anywhere in the country, and this includes taking a taxi.

Several of the specialists on our team at  Rehab 4 Alcoholism are in recovery themselves, and understand what you’re going through.

Contact our 24/7 confidential helpline on on 0800 111 4108 for further details.

Understanding Treatment Options in Oxford

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Continual alcohol use can have devastating consequences in a person’s life that present obstacles that allow them to live a normal and healthy life.

If someone feels as though they have lost control over their alcohol use, our rehabilitation programme can provide a new opportunity to overcome these challenges and get back to a self-sufficient and independent daily lifestyle.

We will take the time to assess your needs on an individual basis, and develop a recovery plan that will make sure you have everything you need to succeed in recovery.

Rehab 4 Alcoholism offers a range of addiction treatments to people living in the Oxford area. This includes home-detoxes, outpatient treatment and residential treatment.

Before you begin your treatment, a qualified counsellor runs you through a thorough pre-admission assessment to determine your needs.

Other organisations worth considering

Below is a list of addiction services offering free advice in and around Oxford:

1. Oxfordshire Recovery College

Address: Oxfordshire Recovery College, The Straw Bale, Restore, Manzil Way, Cowley Rd, Oxford OX4 1YH

Telephone: 01865779613

Website: http://oxfordshirerecoverycollege.org.uk/

2. Turning Point

Address: 27-29 Rectory Rd, Oxford OX4 1BU

Telephone: 03000134776

Website: http://wellbeing.turning-point.co.uk/oxfordshire

3. Adapt Oxford

Address: Unit 29, Templars Square Shopping Centre, Oxford OX4 3XH

Telephone: 07786557104

Website: http://adaptoxford.org.uk/

You can also attend local 12-Step programmes like Narcotics Anonymous (NA), Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or Cocaine Anonymous.

Groups like Alcoholics Anonymous believe in giving yourself over to a higher power to remain sober.

SMART Recovery looks to support individuals in making healthy and consistent progress.

For mental health support, contact MindPapyrus Young Minds, Samaritans or Rethink Mental Illness.

You can also contact Alateen, Change Grow Live and the NHS Foundation Trust, We Are With You, National Association for Children of Alcoholics, Change Grow Live, Al-Anon and Alateen.

Rehabs and organisations are advised by the American Society of Addiction Medicine and the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence so you are in safe hands with person-centered care.

You may also be offered sober living houses as part of your aftercare after you leave rehab in order to help you maintain your sobriety.

Determining Your Rehabilitation Needs

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Before your treatment begins, we carry out a detailed assessment. This assessment determines your medical history and the severity of your addiction to alcohol.

This information is vitally important because it allows our team the ability to match a suitable treatment facility in the Oxford area.

Patients who drink in excess of one bottle of wine or half a bottle of spirits per day are typically referred to a residential treatment facility.

Residential treatment providers provide sleeping quarters and cooking facilities so you are able to leave your drinking environment whilst you receive your treatment.

Residential treatment affords a level of care and support that is far superior to other forms of treatment.

Several of the specialists on our team at  Rehab 4 Alcoholism are in recovery themselves, and understand what you’re going through.

Contact our 24/7 confidential helpline on on 0800 111 4108 for further details.

The Goals of Rehab In Oxford

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There are many goals that can be pursued through a quality rehabilitation programme depending on the individual circumstances involved.

But the primary goal of any rehabilitation programme is to help the patient live a life free of substance abuse and dependency.

Another main objective of most treatment programmes is to help the patient avoid both the frequency and severity of relapse events.

Instead, preparing them fully to embrace a long-term drug and alcohol-free lifestyle.

What Is The Process at Rehab in Oxford ?

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Whichever facility you may choose, our centres follow a general process which goes as follows:

1. Admissions

Our admissions process is intended to introduce you to the idea of recovery and help you find the right treatment programme to fit your needs.

Professional therapists will listen to your needs to help you settle upon the most effective rehabilitation strategy to help you return to normal and healthy living.

2. Assessment

During the assessment process, we’ll take the time to learn more about the details involved with your struggle against drugs and alcohol.

This will help us to determine how severe the disease has become to set forward a clear path to recovery and sobriety that’s most likely to succeed.

Several of the specialists on our team at  Rehab 4 Alcoholism are in recovery themselves, and understand what you’re going through.

Contact our 24/7 confidential helpline on on 0800 111 4108 for further details about rehab in Oxford.

3. Acceptance

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Acceptance is one of the most important stages in the healing process, and it can make a huge difference in the overall attitude and experience of the patient.

By learning to accept that a problem exists within the life of the patient, as well as what must be done in order to defeat it, this places the patient on firm footing to succeed in rehab and make lasting progress that will help them turn the page on their addiction.

4. Detox

Detox is the key process of assisting the patient to transition from a life of drug or alcohol abuse to a new life of sobriety and recovery.

Dealing with withdrawal symptoms and confronting the physical traumas and symptoms involved with making such a change are addressed in a clinical setting.

Toxins are removed from the body and any underlying conditions are treated with medication and a proper sleep and nutritional regimen.

5. Rehab

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In rehab, the patient goes through a process of becoming more educated and informed about their addiction, leading to a better understanding of why they have developed a dependence upon their drug of choice and what is required to get better.

Therapy and counselling sessions will help them come to terms with their situation on a one-on-one basis, and teach them about the advantages and opportunities that can come from committing themselves to a lifestyle of sobriety.

6. Recovery

Once the rehabilitation process has been completed, the patient will prepare to embark on a changed way of life that sets them on the path toward health and newfound prosperity.

By not having the disease of addiction hanging over their heads, they’ll be able to build new personal relationships with supportive friends and family members and discover new meaning in their lives free from drug or alcohol dependence.

Several of the specialists on our team at  Rehab 4 Alcoholism are in recovery themselves, and understand what you’re going through.

Contact our 24/7 confidential helpline on on 0800 111 4108 for further details.

What To Expect From Our Rehab in Oxford Services

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Rehabilitation clinics in Oxford are renowned for their results when it comes to tackling alcoholism. Patients travel from all across the South East of England in order to receive treatment in Oxford.

If you are lucky enough to live in this area, will highly recommend you take advantage of local treatment options.

When you sign up for an Oxford rehab programme you receive expert medical attention throughout your treatment programme.

Treatment typically begins with an alcohol detox and then cumulates with a range of therapy and counselling sessions that aim to treat the underlying mental causes of alcoholism.

These therapies include cognitive behavioural therapy, psychotherapy, holistic therapies and 12-step work.

You also benefit from a tailored aftercare and relapse prevention plan. This aims to facilitate your smooth transition back to everyday life outside the treatment centre.

What Should I Look For in an Alcohol Rehab Facility?

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Drug and alcohol treatment programmes come in many different forms and finding the right one will depend upon the level of dependence that has been formed as well as what the most effective treatment approach will include for the patient.

People suffering from severe symptoms will likely need the dedicated care that can only come from an inpatient rehabilitation programme, while others may be able to find the treatment services that they need from an outpatient programme if their situation is less severe.

Many programmes offer a holistic approach to recovery that includes yoga or meditation to calm the mind and help the patient focus completely on their needs, while other programmes rely heavily on therapy sessions or professional medicine to overcome addiction.

It’s important to communicate clearly with a trained professional who can help you to assess your individual needs and settle upon a rehabilitation programme that’s right for you.

Several of the specialists on our team at  Rehab 4 Alcoholism are in recovery themselves, and understand what you’re going through.

Contact our 24/7 confidential helpline on on 0800 111 4108 for further details.

Why Choose Private Rehab In Oxford?

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A private rehabilitation programme can offer a level of personalised care and support that can help make genuine recovery more attainable.

These facilities are usually designed to meet the professional medical needs of each patient. This includes medication to aid with withdrawal symptoms and 24-hour access to a team of medical staff who can alleviate and treat as necessary.

Therapy is also second to none, which aims to understand the reasons for their dependence and make significant changes that lead to a successful outcome.

Many private rehab centres use family support therapy sessions that help the patient build stronger relationships around them that will provide encouragement and support in their recovery efforts.

You will also benefit from our in-house chef, who works with medical staff to provide nutritious meals that will aid recovery. Access to all of our facilities, including gym, spa and alternative therapy rooms, is yours.

Medically-Assisted Detox and Withdrawal

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alcohol dependence can bring along with it many strong and sometimes debilitating withdrawal symptoms that require a more dedicated level of care to subdue.

In these cases, prescription medication may be recommended in order to treat these conditions and help the patient to detoxify the body from persistent drug or alcohol use.

While the level of withdrawal symptoms varies greatly from patient to patient, it’s an essential part of recovery to have a detox plan in place that is uniquely tailored to the individual’s needs and condition.

Several of the specialists on our team at  Rehab 4 Alcoholism are in recovery themselves, and understand what you’re going through.

Contact our 24/7 confidential helpline on on 0800 111 4108 for further details about rehab in Oxford.

Complementing Standard Treatment Approaches

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While many rehabilitation programmes make use of clinical therapy sessions either in groups or individually, there are also many alternative options that can assist in the road toward recovery.

Yoga can help a patient to relax and focus on their breathing patterns, while meditation can provide a great way to let go of stress and anxiety to focus on the rehabilitation at hand.

Exercise and physical activity are yet another healthy activity that can support the body and put the patient in a sober and uplifting state of mind that works well for recovery.

Also, some treatment approaches may include massage as a way to ease tension and bring a sense of comfort and balance to what otherwise may be a stressful or even painful situation.

How Long Does Rehab In Oxford Last?

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As with both the variety of treatment programmes available and the methods and techniques employed, several options exist for the duration of the rehab programme to choose from.

Some programmes may last as short as 30 days, while others may involve a 90-day programme or longer.

When deciding upon the correct length of a rehabilitation programme, think about what will be required and what will produce the best chance for remaining successfully sober after rehab ends.

Areas of Oxford We Serve

Rehab 4 Alcoholism is able to place patients into rehabilitation centres located throughout the Oxford area.

This includes the City of Oxford, Cherwell, South Oxford, West Oxford and the Vale of White Horse. The vast majority of treatment clinics offer residential treatment.

This requires you to live within the treatment clinic for between fourteen and twenty-eight days. Following treatment, you receive a years’ worth of aftercare sessions.

The costs of aftercare are typically included in the price you pay for rehabilitation. In order to receive your aftercare treatment, you must be willing to return to the rehabilitation centre where you received your initial treatment.

Several of the specialists on our team at  Rehab 4 Alcoholism are in recovery themselves, and understand what you’re going through.

Contact our 24/7 confidential helpline on on 0800 111 4108 for further details about rehab in Oxford.

What Happens After Rehab?

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One of the most crucial stages of the recovery process occurs after the rehabilitation programme has finished.

After rehab, the patient in recovery must adapt to the real world and implement the concepts that they learnt in treatment in the real world.

Enrolling in an aftercare programme or attending regular 12-step meetings can be powerful ways to remain committed and focused on long-term sobriety.

Finding a programme that’s right for you and making a continual effort to engage the recovery process are smart ways to ensure that the patient doesn’t fall back into old habits.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below, we list a number of other resources that you may find useful in your search for quality and suitable rehab treatment in the UK:

How can Rehab 4 Alcoholism help me?

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If you don’t know where to start with your recovery journey, start with us at Rehab 4 Alcoholism.

We have years of experience in helping people with a drug or alcohol addiction seek help and recover in the long-term.

Our team can provide a free telephone assessment as well as refer you to some of the top rehab clinics in Oxford, or simply walk you through the process.

If you just want advice and support, we’re here to chat. Many of us have been in your shoes before, so we know how it feels to be struggling with addiction and can help you to reach your recovery goals.

For more information on our fantastic Oxford-based alcohol rehabilitation services please call a member of our team today.

Alternatively, please contact us through the contact page and a member of our team will respond to you shortly.

We also offer our drug and alcohol rehab services across various locations in Oxford, Banbury, Adderbury, Adwell, Beckley, Begbroke, Botley, Brize Norton, Alvescot, Ambrosden, Chesterton, Didcot, Minster Lovell, Watlington, Binfield Heath, Wantage, Ascott-under-Wychwood, Kingham, Chinnor, Clifton, Hampden, Ashbury, Swinbrook, Kelmscott, Chadlington, Asthall, Kidlington, Dorchester, Shipton-under-Wychwood, Bloxham, Eynsham, Benson, Berinsfield and many more locations across Oxfordshire and the UK

All the rehabs we work with are vetted by the Care Quality Commission CQC (England and Wales) or the Care Inspectorate (Scotland).

Several of the specialists on our team at  Rehab 4 Alcoholism are in recovery themselves, and understand what you’re going through.

Contact our 24/7 confidential helpline on on 0800 111 4108 for further details about rehab in Oxford.

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References

[1] https://nida.nih.gov/publications/drugfacts/heroin

[2] https://counseling.online.wfu.edu/blog/the-role-of-substance-abuse-counselors-in-addiction-recovery/

[3] https://insight.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cms/system/files/documents/20190416_Drug_Alcohol_NeedsAssessment_0.pdf

[4] https://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/news/19497905.oxfordshire-drug-deaths-all-time-high/

[5] https://www.umassmed.edu/cipc/resources/factsoud/family-members-craft-model/

[6] https://smartrecovery.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/Vic-Manning-FINAL-SMART-Recovery-Pilot-Report-and-Exec-Summary-5.11.20.pdf

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