Rehab 4 Alcoholism
211 Beaufort House,
94-98 Newhall Street,
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You only need to walk down any high street in London to see the effects that drug and alcohol abuse can have on vulnerable people, from antisocial behaviour to homelessness and destitution.
Over 275,000 adults have been in contact with drug and alcohol services during the year spanning from April 2020 to March 2021, and there are hundreds of thousands of others in need of support.
Opiates have become a particularly big problem in recent years, with over 140,000 in treatment for opiates in the same year, making it the largest substance group for those in treatment.
The best possible treatment for drug and/or alcohol addiction is a full course of treatment at a residential rehab facility. We are here to make accessing that as easy as possible.
Call Rehab 4 Alcoholism on 0800 111 4108 to speak to us about getting treatment at a private drug & alcohol rehab in Finsbury Park.
Alcohol addiction or alcoholism is a disorder where the person feels intense psychological and/or physiological symptoms whenever they stop drinking alcohol for any substantial length of time.
It is an all-encompassing obsession with alcohol that results in the person drinking every day, even when their drinking comes at the expense of their relationships, health, and wellbeing.
Alcohol addiction is the second-most common addiction in the world behind tobacco addiction, despite the fact that the substance is banned in more than 10 major countries.
The best treatment for alcohol use disorder or alcoholism is rehab, which can provide everything the person needs to get sober, from detox to aftercare.
Rehab is a place where a person who is struggling with a drug or alcohol problem can get every type of help that they need, moving from detox to therapy to aftercare.
These various treatments are mapped out in an intensive schedule that is carefully designed to be as effective as possible for that person, taking their personal characteristics into account.
This allows patients to get a thorough and effective treatment plan that would be very difficult to arrange outside of a rehab clinic. This kind of convenience is a big part of the appeal of rehab.
It is also very convenient to get all of this treatment in comfortable and secure surroundings where you can distance yourself from the chaos of the outside world.
To begin your recovery journey today, call our 24-Hour Helpline: 0800 111 4108
Intervention is often a necessary step in getting a person in addiction to accept that they have a problem and make a commitment to getting professional help.
It can be hard to figure out how to approach a sensitive conversation like this in a way that causes minimal upset to the person and is as constructive as possible.
That’s why it is always good to have the involvement of a professional interventionist – an impartial observer who is experienced in drug & alcohol intervention.
We can help you to get a professional involved, as well as give you advice on traditional interventions and other more modern techniques such as CRAFT intervention.
If you are concerned about the drug or alcohol abuse of someone you know, call us on 0800 111 4108 for a private conversation.
The average cost of private rehab treatment in the United Kingdom works out at roughly £495 per day. Some clinics are much cheaper than this, and some much more expensive.
The price of your treatment at drug & alcohol rehab in Finsbury Park will depend on what treatment package you opt for, which will determine how long you stay at the clinic.
This is one of the things that we can discuss with you in detail during your initial telephone consultation, after which we will be able to provide more clarity on pricing.
To discuss rehab treatment options as well as potential financial solutions, call Rehab 4 Alcoholism today at 0800 111 4108.
Free clinics are usually accessed through your local council rather than the NHS. Each council will have a set amount of funding per year to allocate to rehab treatment in the community.
As you can imagine, the demand for these places is very high, and the supply of places is relatively low. Rehab placements are allocated according to priority and need.
The sad reality is that most people who apply for free rehab through their local council authority will ultimately end up being disappointed.
The usual length of drug & alcohol rehab in Finsbury Park is 28 days, which includes your initial detox wherever that is necessary.
The detox portion of treatment usually lasts between 7 and 10 days, which allows enough time for your body to adjust before starting your other therapies.
Detox is necessary for heroin, prescription opiates, benzodiazepines (diazepam-type drugs), and heavy alcohol abuse. It is not necessary for cocaine, ecstasy, amphetamines, or cannabis.
Attending rehab as an outpatient is one potential way of keeping costs to a minimum while still getting a high standard of treatment at a private drug & alcohol rehab in Finsbury Park.
However, you should be aware ahead of time that only a minority of people are suitable candidates for outpatient care, due to the strict eligibility criteria involved.
Firstly, if you need to undergo a detox, which is the case for anyone who has been taking heroin, benzodiazepines, or prescription opiates, you will need to go to rehab as an inpatient.
Even if you don’t need detox, it would be a prerequisite that you are on the less severe end of the addiction spectrum in terms of your intake, and that you have a stable and secure home life.
It is too much of a risk for someone with a volatile home life to attend rehab as an outpatient, as that person is at a greater risk of relapse due to the stress factors involved.
If you fit the criteria above and would like to explore the idea of outpatient rehab in Finsbury Park, this is something that we can discuss during your phone consultation.
Alcoholism is a disease that can completely consume a person’s life if left untreated. The best method of treatment is inpatient rehab.
Getting sober is a challenging process for a number of reasons, not least the physical and psychological symptoms associated with alcohol withdrawal.
This is why it is always recommended getting a proper medical detox, with the appropriate medication and supervision, rather than trying to go cold turkey.
At a residential drug & alcohol rehab in Finsbury Park, you will be able to go through detox, get the right therapies and treatments, and put a plan in place for relapse prevention.
You will also have access to aftercare services as you go through your first year of sobriety. Call Rehab 4 Alcoholism on 0800 111 4108 to start your consultation for free.
Despite being incredibly expensive, often trading for more than its weight in fold, cocaine remains one of the most used drugs in the country.
As a powerful stimulant, coke can make users feel full of energy, confident, and highly sociable, in a short-lived high that usually lasts for about 20 minutes.
To maintain the high, cocaine users will keep taking lines intermittently for hours or even days on end. For some users, cocaine can become a permanent fixture in their lives.
This can result in full-blown cocaine addiction, which can be treated by professionals at an inpatient rehab clinic without the need for a detox.
Call us today on 0800 111 4108 to break the cycle of cocaine addiction and get clean at a quality private drug & alcohol rehab in Finsbury Park.
Heroin is an incredibly addictive, potent, and dangerous opiate that causes massive health and social problems across the country.
Even with the right medication, getting clean from heroin is a major challenge that will take a lot of hard work and dedication.
This is why it is best to recover from heroin addiction at rehab, where you have every possible treatment resource on your side, including medical staff with decades of collective experience.
At heroin rehab in Finsbury Park, you will be able to get a safe and effective supervised detox, as well as getting on a medication programme that can help your body to adjust to withdrawal.
If you are looking for treatment for heroin addiction in Finsbury Park, please call us on our freephone number 0800 111 4108. All calls are confidential and there is no charge from UK landlines.
There are millions of people in the UK who have smoked cannabis at some point in their lives, many of whom use the drug on a regular basis.
This is perhaps one of the reasons that cannabis is seen as a ‘softer’ drug, with constant myths and misconceptions being circulated about how ‘harmless’ or even ‘healthy’ the drug is.
Let us be clear – cannabis use is not harmless, and there are certainly no health benefits to be gained from using it. In fact, it can be catastrophic for a person’s mental health and well-being.
Any chronic mental health condition, such as depression or generalised anxiety disorder (GAD), can be exacerbated by even occasional cannabis use.
Long-term use of the drug also makes users more prone to psychosis episodes and the development of schizophrenia, which is a link that has only strengthened as strains of cannabis becomes more potent.
We can help you to find the best treatment for cannabis addiction at a quality private drug & alcohol rehab in Finsbury Park. Call us today for more information.
Getting to the root causes of a substance abuse disorder or addiction can require exploration through many different types of therapy and treatment.
Below is a brief list of different therapies that you might expect to receive at your private drug & alcohol rehab in Finsbury Park.
Please be aware that the availability of some of these services will vary depending on the clinic and your own personal treatment needs.
Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) can help to address many different behavioural and psychological problems, from panic disorders to phobias to eating disorders such as bulimia.
Cognitive behavioural therapy helps by disrupting unhelpful and/or unhealthy thought patterns and framing your thoughts in a different way, resulting in a different perspective.
This can be very useful for someone who is looking to leave substance abuse in their past, as the process of recovery is all about embracing positive change on an ongoing basis.
CBT operates on the premise that your thoughts, feelings, and physical actions are all connected, and that breaking out of negative thought patterns can benefit your wellbeing as a whole.
People who are receiving CBT usually have sessions once a week, but at rehab it is likely to be more intensive in terms of scheduling, as you will only be there for a few weeks.
Dialectal behavioural therapy (DBT) may not be a ‘household name’ in the same way that CBT is, but it can have just as beneficial and transformative an effect on people’s lives.
DBT has proven useful to those with a debilitating personality disorder, such as borderline personality disorder (BPD), also known as emotionally unstable personality disorder (EUPD).
Common behavioural traits of these conditions are risk-taking behaviour, emotional dysregulation and/or outbursts, and an increased risk of suicidality.
Dialectal behavioural therapy can help to manage these symptoms, making the person’s life more manageable and reducing risk to themselves and others around them.
Brief intervention is a counselling technique used to identify a problem, bring it to the person’s attention, and put a short-term plan in place to minimise risk of harm.
This is one of the many potentially helpful counselling techniques that you may experience during your time at drug & alcohol rehab in Finsbury Park.
Brief interventions are ideally used to get ahead of a behavioural problem before it gets to the point where it is unmanageable – this can be applied to drinking or drug use, as well as warning signs of potential relapse.
These conversations usually take place over a window of about 10 minutes, by the end of which an achievable resolution plan will have hopefully been put into place.
Living in active addiction can cause a person to lose sight of their true selves, often leaving them with a sense of hopelessness and crisis of identity when they are in recovery.
It is important for anyone in this position to put a plan in place for their future that gives them something to work towards and be inspired by.
Motivational interviewing (MI) is a very effective way of achieving this. It is a counselling technique that helps the patient to find their own motivations and then help them put an achievable plan in place.
This can help the person to get back on track in terms of their life goals and hopefully get them to look forward to a better and more prosperous future.
Whichever Rehab 4 Alcoholism clinic you choose, it is very likely that group therapy will be a significant portion of your therapy schedule at drug & alcohol rehab in Finsbury Park.
These sessions are a fantastic opportunity to share your thoughts and feelings with others in a similar situation, as well as learning from the life experiences of others in the group.
It can take some people a while to become comfortable with the idea of sharing with others in this way, but most people eventually find group therapy to be highly rewarding.
There will also be a qualified mental health worker present with you during most group therapy sessions, who can help you to adjust to group therapy at your own pace.
Although group therapy can be very effective, it is also vitally important that you have your own space in which to talk about your personal issues with a professional.
Your drug & alcohol rehab in Finsbury Park will have a range of mental health professionals working on site, from psychotherapists to psychiatrists to drug counsellors.
This will mean that you can explore your issues at your own pace in individual therapy sessions, which gives you complete privacy away from the group setting.
Anything that you discuss with a therapist on an individual basis is bound by strict confidentiality laws, so you don’t have to worry about anyone else finding out.
Do you feel as though you might have burned bridges with your family during your time in addiction? There may be a way back through family therapy.
Family therapy sessions can bring everyone together in the same room to talk over how they have been affected by the addiction and explore how to move forward.
Having an impartial therapist sitting in on these sessions can ensure that the conversations are as healthy and constructive as they can be.
Like any therapy, achieving progress with family therapy will take a lot of work, but it could be highly valuable for everyone involved.
When it comes to a person’s mental health and well-being, a great deal of the equation is dependent upon the people around them and how healthy or unhealthy those relationships are.
Anyone can develop co-dependent traits as they go through life, but it is a particularly common problem for those with an active drug or alcohol addiction.
People in this situation will often end up unhealthily depending on others to enable their habit or may be providing that same dynamic for someone else.
It is important that these issues are addressed through co-dependency treatment at rehab, where you will have professional guidance as well as an appropriate distance from your relationships, enabling you to make the right judgments.
You have probably already heard of the 12-step programme, which is a set of guidelines that is integral to Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous.
Although the programme is the subject of debate within the addiction treatment industry, there is no doubt that many people value the programme and see it as a guiding light in their life.
This is why it is important that anyone who wants to follow the step-by-step programme during their rehab treatment is enabled to do so.
This is referred to as twelve-step facilitation therapy, and it is an optional part of your treatment at drug & alcohol rehab in Finsbury Park.
Getting treatment at an accredited drug & alcohol rehab in Finsbury Park will give you access to a range of experienced mental health professionals, all of whom can help you in different ways.
They will be able to give you a full mental health check-up, including potentially diagnosing conditions that may have gone untreated for years.
This is a very common occurrence in those with a substance abuse disorder, who are much more likely to have an undiagnosed mental illness than the rest of the population.
Common mental health comorbidities of substance addiction include depression, schizophrenia, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), anxiety disorders, and borderline personality disorder (BPD).
Getting these conditions diagnosed and under control could enable you to better manage your addiction and reduce your overall risk of relapse.
This is why dual diagnosis and subsequent treatment is such an integral part of the experience at drug & alcohol rehab in Finsbury Park.
Rehab care does not just cater to the time that you are there – the staff are well aware that addiction recovery is an ongoing journey which you are just beginning.
That’s why one of the ways that they will help you is putting together a relapse prevention plan which is personalised to your needs and future goals in life.
A good relapse prevention plan includes positive and proactive steps, such as attending regular therapy meetings, as well as reactive or precautionary steps, such as avoiding bars and clubs.
Relapse prevention planning is one of the last things you will do at drug & alcohol rehab in Finsbury Park and is also one of the most important.
Recovery is not something that is ‘done’ whenever you walk out of your rehab clinic – it is an ongoing part of your life that will need ongoing attention.
This is why you should take advantage of as many free services as possible within your local community. Here are some of the resources available in or around the Finsbury Park area.
You can also check out our Aftercare section for more advice about navigating the early days of your sobriety once you are out of rehab.
If you are looking for a regular group therapy meeting where you can discuss your addiction issues with others in the same position, the obvious choice is Alcoholics Anonymous (AA).
As we mentioned in another section above, group therapy can be a very healing experience. This kind of community healing is also at the core of the AA experience.
Alcoholics Anonymous has regular meetings all over London and the rest of the UK, as does Narcotics Anonymous, the equivalent organisation for people in recovery from drug abuse.
Both of these organisations have their own 12-step programme which is a mandatory part of both organisations for anyone who wants to attend.
Although a lot of people get a great deal of value out of their time at Alcoholics Anonymous and/or Narcotics Anonymous, these organisations are not suitable for everyone.
SMART Recovery was founded in 1994 in the USA, partly as a response to common complaints about the spiritual approach of AA and NA.
SMART offers an alternative that is based in clinical treatments such as cognitive behavioural therapy and does not require service users to follow any kind of 12-step programme or similar.
Find out more about SMART and the services that they offer in your local area by searching for ‘SMART Recovery Finsbury Park’.
As detailed in the Alcoholics Anonymous section, AA is about providing ongoing support for alcoholics in the form of a small community of people with the same issue.
Al-Anon, on the other hand, is focused on the loved ones of the alcoholic, and how those experiences have impacted them as individuals and as a family unit.
Al-Anon meetings are a place where they can discuss their experiences with others in a safe environment and without fear of judgment.
There is also a branch-off organisation called Al-TEEN which specifically provides support for teenagers affected by their caregivers’ alcoholism. Search ‘Al-Anon Finsbury Park’ to find out where your nearest meetings are.
Your local NHS trust has a number of resources in place for helping people with drug and alcohol problems within their community.
You can talk to your doctor about getting ongoing support for your addiction issues once you have left your drug & alcohol rehab in Finsbury Park.
This might include being referred to their outreach team, who can check in on you from time to time and provide support in times of crisis or even when things are going well.
Your doctor may have other suggestions, like attending local therapy groups. To find out what they have available in your area, just book an appointment at your local GP surgery.
Living with a substance abuse problem is incredibly challenging, but if you’re willing to accept that you need help, it is available and accessible near you.
If you need help with drug or alcohol addiction, we can point you in the right direction and get you the best help available at a private drug & alcohol rehab in Finsbury Park.
Contact us today via our freephone number 0800 111 4108 or call +44 345 222 3509 if calling from overseas (charges may apply). All calls to Rehab 4 Alcoholism are confidential.
There are various types of rehab centres available in Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Finsbury Park, including inpatient alcohol rehab, luxury alcohol rehab, and private drug rehabs.