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Asking for help for your addiction can be very difficult.
Sometimes it is hard to know where to turn to, or what to say.
Seeking help with Rehab 4 Alcoholism in Bognor Regis will allow you to get the support you need to overcome addiction.
Whilst there is little research about addiction in Bognor Regis specifically, there are studies on the wider West Sussex community, which includes Bognor Regis.
A study by West Sussex County Council states that alcohol-attributable hospital admissions in Sussex gradually increased between 2006-2011 in both women and men.
Another study estimates that there are between 5,500 and 9,500 West Sussex residents who need treatment for alcohol addiction, and 1,200 to 3,2000 residents using opiates or cocaine in the area.
An audit published by West Sussex County Council showed that there were 123 drug-related deaths in the area between 2015 and 2017.
This means that it impacts all spheres of life.
If you think that you or a loved one may be experiencing addiction, there are some questions you can ask to check:
If the answer to any of these questions is yes, it is possible you are struggling with addiction.
You can continue reading this page to find out more about how to access different kinds of support at drug and alcohol rehab in Bognor Regis.
For a lot of people in recovery, the hardest step to take is the first.
This means that the early days can be quite difficult.
There are some steps you can take before attending drug and alcohol rehab in Bognor Regis to help you through those difficult first days:
If you are struggling with addiction, you can ask for help from your friends and family.
There is a lot of research which suggests that having a strong support network is very helpful in recovering from drug and alcohol addiction.
You can find out more about the Community Reinforcement And Family Training here.
It is often difficult to see when we are struggling.
Sometimes, it is the people around us who notice first.
It can be tough to see a loved one struggling with addiction.
Professional intervention can be used to gently assist loved ones to accept they may have a problem with their alcohol or substance use.
By beginning to recognise that you are struggling, you can then seek further treatment in the Bognor Regis area to help break difficult, harmful cycles of behaviour and work towards a more fulfilled, better quality of life.
Rehab is short for rehabilitation.
Rehabilitation means restoring health or normality.
Drug and alcohol rehab in Bognor Regis is designed to help you overcome your addiction by focusing on recovering from using substances and helping you to develop skills to keep yourself healthy and safe.
Broadly, there are two kinds of rehab available in Bogor Regis: Inpatient and Outpatient.
Inpatient treatment is also known as residential treatment.
This is because, during inpatient treatment, you will temporarily stay in a facility in Bognor Regis for 24 hours a day.
This means staying overnight.
Treatment in an inpatient facility means there is full access to medical staff and professionals for the full duration of your treatment.
Outpatient treatment is also known as community treatment.
This is because you will not be required to go to a residential setting and will be able to access support from home.
You will have regularly scheduled support from medical staff and professionals during your treatment.
You may attend appointments at a GP surgery, a rehab centre or another therapeutic space.
There are lots of different outpatient treatments available through the NHS.
NHS referrals to inpatient rehab are extremely rare and often only come after several different kinds of outpatient support have failed.
Private treatment is any kind of care that is not accessed through the NHS.
Due to limited spaces and long waiting lists, it is less common to access inpatient support on the NHS.
This means that most inpatient treatment is accessed privately.
This means that it is funded by the individual.
Private treatment can be funded through a payment plan, and sometimes your insurance provider may be able to help with the funding of your treatment.
The cost of drug and alcohol rehab will depend on the kind of treatment you access.
The cost will change depending on if you are accessing help as an inpatient or an outpatient, privately or through the NHS.
It is important to investigate the cost of treatment, and your local health service in Bognor Regis can assist you with questions about funding addiction treatment.
On average, inpatient rehab will cost around £495 a day, which works out at around £3,500 a week.
There are centres that charge less than this and centres that charge much more, sometimes up to £10,000 for a week of treatment)
These tend to be deluxe drug and alcohol rehab centres.
These are the kinds of places attended by celebrities that offer luxury add-ons like private chefs, additional security teams and on-site spas.
These kinds of centres can cost up to £73,000 for 30 days of treatment.
The duration of drug and alcohol rehab will depend on your circumstance.
One size does not fit all.
This means that the length of time that you will be in addiction treatment will be decided by you and your primary care clinicians.
Drug and alcohol rehab in Bognor Regis tends to last between 7 and 90 days.
7 days is usually the minimum time spent in rehab, as it is the number of days it takes to detox from alcohol.
The average stay in rehab is 28-days.
This is the recommended time for rehab as it allows enough time for you to make a full and positive engagement with therapeutic care.
The experience of drug and alcohol rehab will be different for everyone, as a tailored support plan and schedule will be made specifically for you and your needs.
Usually though, rehab takes place in three stages:
Detoxing focuses on the physical element of recovery.
A detox is a process of removing the physical traces of a substance from your body.
Not all substances are physically addictive (like cannabis and cocaine).
If you are being treated for addiction to a drug that is not physically addictive, you will not need to detox.
Treatment focuses on the psychological and emotional elements of recovery.
During rehab in Bognor Regis, you will access different forms of therapy to talk through your experiences to help you deal with any difficult emotions that may have led to or been caused by your addiction.
This is an essential stage of your care.
Therapeutic intervention is involved in every kind of drug and alcohol rehab as it helps you to understand and process your thoughts and feelings in healthy, productive ways.
Aftercare focuses on what happens when formal rehab ends.
This means that you will have continued clinical, medical, and therapeutic support to help you to keep moving forward on the recovery track.
Some of the support services you may use after rehab in Bognor Regis include:
The kind of rehab package you need will be largely informed by the substance you are addicted to.
Below is some information on different kinds of rehab processes for different addictive substances.
If you are struggling with alcohol addiction, you can find support with alcohol rehab in Bognor Regis.
Alcohol is a physically addictive drug.
This means that treatment for alcohol addiction begins with a detox.
Detoxing from alcohol can be physically dangerous, as the body will need to get used to functioning without the presence of a substance it is used to.
Alcohol withdrawal takes around 7 days.
This means that you may experience withdrawal effects when detoxing from alcohol.
These symptoms may include
Whilst detoxing from alcohol, you may be given medicine to help your body to cope with the withdrawal symptoms.
This is known as pharmacological intervention or maintenance therapy.
One medication given to help withdrawals from alcohol is Librium, which can lessen more dangerous withdrawal symptoms such as seizures and hallucinations.
After detoxing from alcohol, you can begin to access therapies to begin the psychological side of recovery.
If you are struggling with heroin addiction, you can find support with a drug rehab in Bognor Regis.
Heroin is a physically addictive drug, so treatment begins with a detox.
You may experience serious withdrawal effects when detoxing from heroin.
These symptoms may include:
One medication given to help withdrawals from heroin is methadone, a legal and medically safe opiate.
After detoxing from heroin, you will be able to access therapies to begin the psychological side of recovery.
If you are struggling with cocaine addiction, you can find support with a drug rehab in Bognor Regis.
Cocaine is not a physically addictive drug, so detox will not occur.
This means that you can begin to access therapies to address the psychological side of recovery at the very start of your rehabilitation journey.
If you are struggling with cannabis addiction, you can find support with a drug and alcohol rehab in Bognor Regis.
Cannabis is not a physically addictive drug ,so like cocaine recovery therapy can start immediately.
This means that the individuals had a diagnosis of a mental health condition as well as their addiction.
This is known as dual diagnosis.
Common dual diagnoses include:
Often, alcohol addiction can develop as a method of managing the symptoms of mental distress.
However, this often can make overall mental health worse.
Your addiction treatment in Bognor Regis will consider if you have a mental health condition and can be designed to help you to develop positive methods of managing your mental health without using drugs or alcohol.
Therapy comes in all different shapes and sizes.
There is a kind of therapy to help everyone work through their difficulties.
During your time in drug and alcohol rehab in Bognor Regis, you will potentially try different kinds of therapy to see what suits you.
The main kinds of therapy are Individual, group, and family.
Individual Therapy is when you speak to a clinician 1-1 about a specific problem.
You will meet with the professional several times, which will help you to develop a positive relationship and rapport for effective communication.
You will be able to talk about what concerns you and may also discuss patterns in your behaviour or thoughts that your professional has noticed.
The aim of individual therapy is to increase your self-awareness and allow you to reconnect with your feelings and feel comfortable sharing them with others.
Group Therapy is when several people who may be struggling with similar things come together with a clinician to speak about a specific topic.
Group Therapy is often used in addiction treatment, as it can be very difficult in developing a sense of solidarity and connection.
Peer support can help to challenge feelings of loneliness and isolation.
The aim of group therapy is to open channels of support, develop positive coping skills and improve communication.
Family Therapy is when two or more relatives come together with a clinician to discuss a particular topic.
It focuses on the idea that when something affects one person, it might also impact their family members too.
Family therapy allows loved ones to come together and discuss their feelings about the situation in a safe and controlled manner.
The aim of family therapy is to open communication between loved ones, allow relatives to share their feelings responsibly and to learn how best to help loved ones struggling with addiction.
You can have many kinds of individual, group, and family therapy.
Here are some examples of the different kinds of therapy you may access during drug and alcohol rehab in Bognor Regis.
Co-dependency treatment is a kind of therapy designed to help shift the power balance in relationships to allow them to be more equal.
Co-dependent relationships can often result in one person making sacrifices or feeling they have to act in a certain way to please the other person.
These kinds of relationships often end in both parties struggling with complex feelings.
Co-dependency treatment works to position relationships as equal, safe spaces where both individuals feel valued, respected and confident both as a partner and as their own person.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (also known as CBT) is a common kind of psychotherapy.
CBT focuses on the link between thoughts and behaviours.
CBT helps us to understand that challenging our thoughts can mean our behaviours change, and the other way round – challenging our behaviours can change our ways of thinking.
CBT therapists can talk through different kinds of tools and techniques to help you to challenge thoughts and behaviours that you may be struggling with.
Often you will be given exercises to help you practice using these tools outside of sessions.
Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (also known as DBT) is a kind of psychotherapy closely linked to CBT.
Like CBT, DBT focuses on the link between thoughts and behaviours.
DBT, however, is specifically designed to help you to deal with very intense emotions and impulsive behaviours.
DBT builds on CBT’s tools and techniques to help you to regulate your feelings and work to prevent quick reactions to feelings that could be potentially harmful.
DBT also teaches that is key to be accepting and to not judge yourself for your thoughts, feelings or behaviours ,as this can cause further distress.
Holistic therapy (also known as alternative therapy) are therapeutic activities that focus on different areas of life.
Holistic therapy is based on the belief that by considering the body and soul as well as the mind, you may be able to reduce stress levels and increase your general feelings of satisfaction.
Kinds of holistic therapy available in drug and alcohol rehab in Bognor Regis include:
Holistic therapies can help you to refocus your energy, find a new passions and reengage with yourself in a new, enjoyable way.
Motivational interviewing focuses on helping individuals struggling with addiction to build the motivation to recover.
Addiction recovery is a difficult process.
If you can find specific reasons to work through addiction towards recovery, the process of rehabilitation feels a lot more worthwhile and attainable.
Motivational interviewing can help to increase positive attitudes toward recovery and therefore increase the likelihood of successful rehabilitation.
Twelve-Step Facilitation Therapy was created specifically for treating addiction.
‘Twelve Step’ refers to twelve values that are taught at groups like AA.
The therapy involves sticking to these twelve values, attending group meetings, and working with a mentor in active recovery in the Bognor Regis area.
The twelve steps often focus on ideas of personal growth and emphasise the importance of finding a hobby or interest to engage with to help maintain your focus during recovery.
It is understandable to be concerned about maintaining recovery when you leave drug and alcohol rehab in Bognor Regis.
Often, people may be concerned about relapsing once they leave formal treatment.
Relapsing is when you begin to use a substance that you used to be addicted to.
Relapsing doesn’t mean that you have failed, just that you may need more support at this point in time.
Before you leave rehab, you will have a tailored package of support to continue your addiction treatment in the community.
This can include contact with medical and clinical professionals, continuing therapy, accessing alcohol addiction counselling and support groups in the community, and working with local drug and alcohol teams in Bognor Regis.
The Rehab 4 Alcoholism chat lines are open 24/7 to provide you with support.
You can call us on 0800 111 4108, or you can request a call back to speak to a member of the team.
Wherever you may be in your recovery journey, we are here to help.
There are various types of rehab centres available in Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Bognor Regis, including inpatient alcohol rehab, luxury alcohol rehab, and private drug rehabs.