Rehab 4 Alcoholism
211 Beaufort House,
94-98 Newhall Street,
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A government report titled The Adult Substance Misuse Treatment Statistics 2020 to 2021 discovered that from April 2020 to March 2021, 275,896 individuals came into contact with a drug and alcohol rehab provider.
Of this figure, only 130,490 were actually admitted into a drug and alcohol rehab.
It is important to note that the figure of those who contacted a rehab provider is not a true reflection of those who are suffering from addiction, or substance use disorder, which is likely much higher.
Instead, it is the figure of those who were willing enough to seek support.
There remains to be many more who are suffering from drug and alcohol addiction in England, including in Corby.
Corby in Northamptonshire is not exempt from the effects of drug and alcohol addiction in the UK.
It is estimated by the government that for each 1,000 people in Corby and Northamptonshire, 7.5 are opiate or crack users.
It was also estimated that almost 50% of opiate users were not accessing treatment services, therefore not receiving adequate support.
Not only does this increase the severity of their addiction, but it can also expose others in Corby to the effects of addiction.
Furthermore, the same study discovered that around 35% of people aged 16 to 54 years old say that they had consumed illicit substances at one point in their lives.
Almost 10% said they consumed illicit substances in the past year, and 2.1% had consumed drugs at least once a month for the past year.
This accounts for around 8,785 people in Corby and Northamptonshire.
When it came to high school respondents, the figures weren’t so optimistic either.
5% of students in Year 8 (13-14 years old) claimed that they had consumed illicit substances, and this figure rose to 18% when students in Year 10 (15-16) were asked the same question.
Corby and the rest of Northamptonshire also saw 314 people from the ages of 18 to 24 hospitalised due to substance misuse in recent years.
In 2017/2018, there were 615 hospital admissions due to drug related mental and behavioural issues in Corby and Northamptonshire.
From 2016 to 2018, there were 93 registered deaths due to substance misuse in Corby and Northamptonshire.
A survey discovered that around 53% of patients at a drug and alcohol rehab in Corby and other areas of Northamptonshire had an additional mental health treatment need.
According to the Parents with problem alcohol and drug use: Data for England and Northamptonshire, Northamptonshire (including Corby) saw a total of 1,865 new presentations into treatment from April 2019 to March 2020.
Of this figure, 19% were parents or adults who were living with children, whilst 38% were adults or parents who were not living with children.
Clearly, addiction’s effects go beyond the addicted person in communities such as Corby.
Children of addicted parents suffer from immense ramifications, as do other members of the community.
Most forms of crime are alcohol and drug-related, as are incidents of antisocial behaviour.
Drug and alcohol addiction, commonly referred to as substance use disorder, is officially recognised as a brain disease.
Neurologists who developed the brain disease model of addiction explain the condition as a disease which consists of chronic relapsing in the addicted person’s brain.
A drug or alcohol addiction occurs when the patient is repeatedly exposed to an addictive substance and a chemical reaction takes place in the brain.
During the reaction, the subject’s reward pathways, also known as the mesolimbic pathways, are altered significantly in a way that the brain becomes dependent on this addictive substance.
It is important that we recognise and identify addiction for what it is – a disease.
There is a common misconception which fuels the stigmatisation surrounding addiction.
The misconception is that addiction is due to a lack of discipline, and that those who are not addicted are simply disciplined enough to resist the urges to consume once again.
However, subjects who are addicted experience a range of unpleasant physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms.
Psychological withdrawal symptoms often come in the form of:
Physical withdrawal symptoms can come in the form of:
Physical symptoms even have the potential to kill subjects who abstain haphazardly.
The word rehab is short for rehabilitation, and the definition is to restore something and help it recover back to full health or optimal quality.
In this case, a drug and alcohol rehab in Corby will help patients overcome addiction and return to optimal health through abstinence.
While some rehab providers may practice moderation or harm reduction, abstinence is the most effective way for patients to fully recover from addiction.
This is because if a subject who has recovered was to consume one drink or a single unit of their addictive drug, that would be considered a relapse and would restart the cycle.
At a drug and alcohol rehab in Corby, patients will undergo an addiction treatment programme which will cater to their unique case of addiction.
The addiction treatment programme will be broken up into distinct stages, often consisting of:
Different patients will require different forms of treatment.
Addiction is a very complex disease and each patient’s cause, substance and severity will differ to the next patient.
Because of this, it is important to opt for providers using personalised treatment rather than ‘one size fits all’ methods in order to optimise recovery.
To enter a drug and alcohol rehab in Corby, subjects can contact us by dialling the number 0800 111 4108.
When subjects dial this number, they will be put in contact with a trained admissions officer who can guide them through the admissions process.
Subjects can call us whether they merely have a few questions or they want to be admitted into a drug and alcohol rehab in Corby.
If patients want to be admitted into rehab, they will be required to undergo a pre admission assessment in order to identify a suitable rehab in Corby for their addiction.
While it may sound formal, this assessment merely consists of answering a few questions regarding physical and mental health, addiction history, additional requirements, and so on.
The health assessment will be conducted in a casual manner with complete discretion, and it will be free of charge.
Friends and family members often get in touch with rehab providers such as ourselves in order to help their loved ones seek treatment.
However, it is not a possibility to enrol someone else into addiction treatment.
Instead, Rehab 4 Alcoholism can help friends and family members stage an intervention in Corby.
Rehab 4 Alcoholism can assign subjects to an interventionist in Corby or the surrounding area in order to help facilitate a meeting between friends and family members with their addicted loved one.
The purpose of an intervention is to allow participants to share their thoughts and feelings with their loved one.
By expressing how their loved one’s addiction is affecting their lives, the goal is to convince the addicted person that if they will not seek treatment for themselves, they should seek treatment in Corby for them.
Interventions are most effective when they encourage open communication and are facilitated in a non-confrontational way.
Any confrontation or hostility defeats the purpose, which is to convince and guide the loved one to seek addiction treatment in Corby.
There are different types of addiction treatments available for patients in Corby.
Some forms of treatment will benefit patients more than others, so there isn’t exactly a form of treatment which is inherently better.
This is why the health assessment is so important, clinicians need to understand what sort or level of care would benefit a patient most.
Patients in Corby will be able to undergo addiction treatment either as an inpatient or as an outpatient.
Inpatient treatment is often referred to as private treatment or residential treatment.
Outpatient treatment is often referred to as public or free treatment.
According to the ASAM Criteria, a multidimensional addiction screening method and placement guideline which is used by licensed clinicians, there are four levels of care that a patient can undertake.
There are many factors which will determine whether a patient undergoes treatment as an inpatient or an outpatient.
Some of these factors include the patient’s relapse potential, their willingness to recover, their home environment, biomedical complications, emotional and mental complications, and so on.
There are many benefits in undergoing inpatient treatment for patients in Corby.
Inpatient treatment offers accommodation, personalised treatment, 24/7 support, and much more.
Inpatients will be provided onsite accommodation, which will benefit them significantly in their attempts to recover.
This is because their accommodation will be either onsite or near their recovery facilities, making help far more accessible and increasing their chances of recovery.
Additionally, by staying at a facility provided by the rehab in Corby, patients can recover in a safe and comfortable environment devoid of any relapse triggers which may have been present in their home social environment.
Furthermore, personalisation is imperative if a subject wants to fully optimise their recovery.
Personalised recovery programmes will include therapy and counselling sessions which target symptoms which are unique to the patient.
A patient suffering from depression will struggle much more to recover than those who are not.
Because of this, a dual diagnosis will be made in order< to deal with the additional condition, which is in this case depression.
With a personalised programme, patients will have their mental health condition treated in order to recover in more ways than one, therefore increasing their chances of recovery.
Patients will also undergo a range of relapse prevention planning strategies at their drug and alcohol rehab in Corby.
It is important to not only help them recover, but to prepare themselves for life after rehab.
Outpatient addiction treatment appeals to many patients because they offer affordability and flexibility to patients.
It is suitable for patients suffering from mild forms of drug or alcohol addiction.
While undergoing an outpatient addiction treatment programme, patients will be able to keep living at home.
This means that they do not need to worry about accommodation costs, and they can continue to maintain their employment or to pursue academic or personal goals throughout their recovery.
Patients will have much more time in their schedule when compared to an inpatient programme.
Outpatient treatment programmes typically require patients to commit to several hours of therapy and counselling per week, with sessions typically being held in the evening to accommodate those working throughout their recovery.
Intensive outpatients will be required to commit to more hours per week, because their addiction severity requires more treatment.
While the outpatient treatment programme does boast of flexibility and affordability, it isn’t optimal for patients who are suffering from a moderate to severe forms of addiction.
This is because they are far more likely to struggle and relapse by undergoing treatment that is less intense, and return home to an environment which poses relapse triggers.
Outpatient addiction treatment has also been criticised for its lack of intensity when it comes to recovery.
Another thing it has been criticised for is its lack of personalisation.
Due to its desirable flexibility and affordability, outpatient treatments are in high demand.
This also means that they are less capable of addressing the unique requirements of each patient.
The NHS, for example, offers outpatient treatment.
While it is in high demand, patients may be on the waiting list for several weeks or even months.
During this time, their addiction will worsen as they are left waiting to receive the support that they desperately need.
Outpatient treatment programmes often fail to address co-occurring disorders, which is when patients are suffering from addiction as well as another condition, such as depression, anxiety or bipolar disorder.
Patients will typically spend around 28 days at their drug and alcohol rehab in Corby as an inpatient.
Depending on the patient, their addiction severity and any other complications that they may have, they may be required to stay longer.
However, 28 days allow the patient to undergo a medicated detox, therapy, counselling, relapse prevention, and prepare themselves for aftercare.
A drug and alcohol rehab in Corby may cost anywhere from £1,000 a week to £10,000 per week.
This means that patients may spend from around £4,000 to £10,000 on their addiction treatment at a private rehab in Corby.
The price is location-dependent.
This means that what the patient will pay is down to factors such as the experience and reputation of the rehab, the quality of facilities and staff, and more.
The cost spectrum is wide, therefore, patients should be careful to consider their budget and which rehab in Corby will benefit them the most.
Rehab providers can offer patients payment plans in order to make treatment more financially viable – instead of paying all in one go, patients can pay in instalments.
If a patient has private health insurance or employee health insurance, it is important that they speak with their health insurance provider in order to understand if they are covered at all for their treatment.
Some patients may have their accommodation, counselling, or medication costs covered, for example, depending on who their health insurance provider is.
Patients who are addicted to a physically addictive drug, such as alcohol, heroin, or other opiates, for example, will need to undergo a medicated detox in order to successfully and safely recover from their addiction.
A medicated detox is a process where patients allow toxic substances to withdraw from their bodies in a safe and supervised environment with the assistance of certain medicines.
During the medicated detox, patients will be prescribed medication from an addiction specialist and will be under the supervision of medical professionals.
Medicated detoxes are essential for those that suffer from physical addictions.
This is because physically addictive substances such as alcohol or heroin, for example, have the potential to kill patients should they not plan their withdrawal stage accordingly.
This stage is also referred to as pharmacological intervention.
Patients will be prescribed medication such as Subutex, Benzodiazepines, Naltrexone, or something else depending on their needs and their symptoms.
Different forms of medication will yield different effects, such as minimising withdrawal symptoms, decreasing anxiety or insomnia, and so on.
The medicated detox stage will last around seven to ten days.
Following the medicated detox, patients will be able to proceed with their recovery.
They will undergo a range of therapy and counselling sessions in order to tackle mental and emotional issues before learning about relapse prevention strategies.
The term treatment isn’t restricted to one form.
Instead, at a drug and alcohol rehab in Corby, patients will undergo various forms of treatment through therapy and counselling sessions in order to maximise their recovery progression.
Treatment methods will vary from patient to patient and from rehab to rehab.
However, there are many which are typically used in most addiction treatment programmes because of their proven effectiveness.
Here are some of the therapies that patients will likely see at a drug and alcohol rehab in Corby:
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is thought to be one of the most effective forms of therapy at a drug and alcohol rehab.
Because of this, it has been highly popularised and it is included in most reputable addiction treatment programmes.
The purpose of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is to help patients identify and understand what negative patterns of thoughts or behaviour that they are suffering from.
These negative tendencies can prove to be self destructive, not only interfering with their recovery but exacerbating their addiction.
By identifying these negative habits, patients will be able to not only discard them but to replace them with healthy and positive habits.
By developing healthier habits, patients will be able to use these as coping mechanisms whenever they may be facing challenges during their recovery process.
What makes Cognitive Behavioural Therapy so valuable is that its skills and values transcend addiction.
It is often used to help patients suffering from depression and other conditions.
By developing new skills and positive lifestyle changes, patients will not only have higher chances of successful recovery but will be able to overcome issues in all facets of life.
Dialectical Behavioural Therapy is based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
However, there is a slight difference in that Dialectical Behavioural Therapy is more catered to patients who suffer from intense feelings and emotions.
In fact, it is often used to treat patients suffering from trauma.
The objective of this form of therapy is to help patients become much more capable of processing their emotions and managing them in a way which won’t negatively impact them.
By being able to manage their intense emotions and feelings, patients will have a higher chance of successfully recovering from addiction and an overall improvement in general wellbeing.
Motivational Interviewing is a communication based therapy and it is founded upon the language of change.
By utilising the language of change, the objective is to have patients becoming much more willing to continue with their recovery process and to overcome addiction.
In a standard session of Motivational Interviewing, a patient will be sat down with a counsellor who will assume the role of an interviewer.
The counsellor will ask many evocative questions about their addiction and their willingness to recover.
In turn, the patient will not only explore but communicate their true reasons behind wanting to recover from addiction.
Whether the patient is driven by intrinsic or extrinsic (e.g. friends, family, work) factors, the act of exploring and communicating them will reinforce their motivations towards recovering successfully and turning their life around.
Holistic Therapy is arguably the most diverse form of therapy when it comes to addiction treatment.
This form of therapy goes beyond the typical format of one-to-one therapy.
Instead, Holistic Therapy can come in many different forms.
The term holistic refers to the consideration or treatment of something as a whole.
Some of the most notable examples of Holistic Therapy include:
From these examples, patients may notice that Holistic Therapy is very different to what they typically associate with the term therapy.
However, this is still therapy and these sessions and activities are proven to be effective in improving the well being of patients physically, mentally and spiritually.
Rather than identifying and targeting specific symptoms, Holistic Therapy aims to improve the patient as a whole.
Group therapy can be very effective with patients because it introduces some of the things that a standard one-to-one therapy session cannot.
By introducing the presence of other patients, peer discussion can take place.
This can then encourage social reinforcement which pays dividends towards sustaining a patient’s motivation levels.
By sharing the same vicinity with other patients who have a common goal – that is to recover from addiction – it is more likely that patients will succeed in consistently practising positive habits and their newfound lifestyle of abstinence.
Group therapy sessions also offer patients a platform to share their experiences.
Sharing experiences can be a great opportunity in inspiring others as well as being inspired by others who have gone through similar or different experiences of addiction.
These sessions can also introduce patients into a new form of support network.
It is not only the addicted person who suffers from addiction.
While they may not suffer directly from the chemical changes and its withdrawal symptoms, the addicted person’s friends and family suffer from indirect effects such as emotional trauma, relationship breakdown, anxiety and more.
Because of this, it is not only important to educate the family on their loved one’s addiction, but it is important to offer them support through various forms of counselling.
By helping the family become not only happier but more proficient in the intricacies of their loved one’s addiction, the addicted person’s support network strengthens significantly.
Examples of Family Therapy sessions include support sessions, communication skills training, recognising enabling behaviour and so on.
Combining various methods of treatment and training will help the family and the addicted person cope with addiction.
A reputable drug and alcohol rehab in Corby will include relapse prevention planning strategies in their addiction treatment in order to prepare patients to maintain their recovery on the outside.
The skills and knowledge obtained from undergoing this form of therapy helps patients to adopt new and healthy habits which can also be used as coping mechanisms in the face of a potential relapse.
Some rehab providers may also introduce HALT – a popular relapse prevention method which stands for Hungry, Angry, Lonely, Tired.
HALT teaches patients how to deal with their cravings, whether they are physical or emotional cravings.
Patients will learn how to behave when they are in certain situations which may present the threat of a relapse.
When a patient leaves their drug and alcohol rehab in Corby, they will be able to continue their addiction treatment as an outpatient.
This will be done in the form of an aftercare programme.
Despite being much more capable of navigating relapse triggers and other difficulties with recovery, the patient will always receive support in one way or another.
An aftercare programme offers support sessions and a new set of lifestyle guidelines in the form of the 12-Step Facilitation Therapy.
Aftercare programmes will grant patients access into fellowship groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and SMART Recovery.
By being a member of these programmes, patients will have another form of support network to assist them throughout life post rehab recovery.
These notable examples of fellowship programmes prioritise their members’ wellbeing over anything else.
Neither example are tied to any political and religious affiliation that may exempt members – to be a member, all you need is the desire to live a sober life and to maintain recovery.
If you are unsure of what aftercare and support services are available in Corby or want to talk about anything to do with addiction, then ring a member of the team at Rehab 4 Alcoholism on 0800 111 4108.
Addiction is a debilitating disease, but with our expertise and your intrinsic motivation, we can overcome it together.
There are various types of rehab centres available in Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Corby, including inpatient alcohol rehab, luxury alcohol rehab, and private drug rehabs.