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Kettering has a total population of approximately 95,700 people, making Kettering the second largest town in Northamptonshire.
Kettering has a small BME population, with a 50% fall within the Asian demographic over recent years.
When it comes to poverty in Kettering, there are significant signs of deprivation and struggle, with unemployment in the area higher than the national average, and with the average wage also lower than national average.
The most recent study carried out in Kettering showed that when it comes to alcohol related hospital visits, Kettering had more people staying in hospital with an alcohol related issue than the national and East Midlands average.
Whilst the overall rate for alcohol induced hospital stays has been increasing year on year across the whole of England, Kettering remains just higher than the national average.
This suggests that alcohol abuse in Kettering is on the rise.
When it comes to children aged under 18, alcohol related hospital stays are also on the rise across Kettering.
When it comes to drug abuse and drug related hospital admissions in Kettering, a recent study carried out in Northamptonshire highlighted that more and more young people are using illegal drugs on a recreational basis.
Unfortunately, this leads to a whole host of physical and mental health issues and strains throughout their lives.
Individuals who start abusing drugs at a young age continue to have mental health and physical health issues throughout their life.
Drug abuse at a young age also leads to an increase in bad behaviour, leading to being excluded from school, spending more time in care and other institutions, which is also significantly higher in Northamptonshire.
The area with the lowest rates of drug abuse in Northamptonshire are in Daventry, with approximately just 19.7 drug related hospital admissions per every 100,000.
However, Corby has the highest rates in Northamptonshire, with approximately 53.3 drug related hospital admissions per every 10,000 people.
When it comes to specific drugs, there are approximately 3,415 opiate abusers across the whole of Northamptonshire, with almost 50% of these opiate users not seeking addiction treatment for a number of reasons.
A recent study into drug abuse in Kettering and Northamptonshire has revealed that 34.6% of all individuals in Kettering have never abused drugs.
Of those who have abused drugs, 9% have abused in the last year, and 2.1% have abused in the last month.
Cannabis is one of the most highly abused drugs in Kettering and Northamptonshire, with approximately 70% of all individuals in the study admitting that they know at least one person who had taken cannabis in the past week.
When it comes to drug related deaths, there were approximately 93 registered deaths due to drug abuse throughout just one year across the Northamptonshire and Kettering hospitals.
Most people in the UK and across Kettering and Northamptonshire consume alcohol in a moderate way.
When alcohol is consumed in moderation, it is usually harmless to the body and brain.
However, if an individual drinks more than the recommended amounts on a regular basis, then they might develop an alcohol addiction.
An alcohol addiction is when someone starts to drink too much alcohol on a regular basis, which then starts to create an addiction and dependence on the substance.
When someone is addicted to alcohol, they will need to consume alcohol in order to function normally.
They might also start to dabble in other alcohol related problems, such as drunk driving, theft and violence.
Someone becomes addicted to alcohol when they are no longer in control of their use.
Once they are addicted, they find it incredibly difficult to stop and hard draw the line between just a few drinks and drinking excessively.
As a result, individual’s tolerances increase in a worrying fashion.
An increase in tolerance is when someone needs to drink more than they once did in order to feel the effects of the alcohol.
If they were to immediately and dramatically stop drinking alcohol, then they would experience a whole host of withdrawal symptoms.
When it comes to the causes of alcohol addiction, there are many contributing factors.
Some of these include social factors, such as peer pressure, poverty and deprivation.
Trauma is also often a leading cause of alcohol addiction, with anyone who’s experience trauma such as death, sexual abuse or an illness or injury more likely to develop an alcohol addiction than those who have never experienced a trauma before.
Genetics also plays a role when it comes to alcohol addiction, with those with a family history of alcohol abuse more likely to also grow up with an alcohol addiction.
If you are addicted to alcohol, then you might need to attend drug and alcohol rehab in Kettering in order to recover in a safe and controlled way.
Rehabilitation is when someone is currently still in the process of recovery from a drug addiction or illness.
Often, rehabilitation involves staying in a rehab centre in order to receive addiction treatment for your illness or addiction.
In most cases, people are required to stay in a rehab centre for a number of weeks or sometimes months in order to recover.
During their stay, they will undergo a series of medical, physical and psychological addiction treatments that aims to help the individual overcome their drug addiction.
Where possible, the drug rehab team will work alongside your loved one, friends and family members to ensure that your home environment upon return is just as helpful and rehabilitation friendly.
In simple terms, an intervention is when someone plans to hold a meeting or conversation with a friend or loved one about the concerns they have with their behaviour.
In most cases, this involves a drug or alcohol addiction.
Interventions are a means of getting your point and concerns across in a calm and monitored way, without the conversation or discussion becoming an attack or confrontation.
In order to ensure this, there are certain techniques to be used to ensure that the conversation remains productive and helpful.
The aim of an intervention is to get the individual to understand your concerns and to seek treatment.
Every drug addiction situation is different, and so every intervention is different, too.
However, there are certain useful tips and tools that help you keep your intervention as productive as possible, which include the following.
If you’re considering holding an intervention for a loved one in Kettering, then you should look into CRAFT.
CRAFT stands for Community Reinforcement And Family Training and helps loved ones to change and improve the way they interact with the individual.
CRAFT has a 70% success rate when it comes to convincing the individual to seek help and treatment, whilst improving their communication skills.
Unfortunately, a lot of people have to pay to attend private drug rehab treatment across Kettering and the rest of the UK.
Unfortunately, due to the high costs, this makes attending drug and alcohol rehab in Kettering very expensive and therefore, exclusive.
However, how expensive private drug and alcohol rehab in Kettering is depends on a number of different factors.
This includes where the rehab centre is located, how ‘posh’ it is and how long you need to stay there for.
Whether you opt for a private or shared room also dramatically affects how expensive rehab is.
For example, a short 10 day stay in rehab in a private room costs anywhere between £3k and £6k.
However, a shared room is considerably less expansive, ranging from anywhere between £2k and £4k.
However, most people need to stay in rehab for longer than just 10 days.
Therefore, most people end up paying anywhere between £8k and £12k for a private room for a 28 day stay, and just £6k for a shared room.
However, whether you opt for a private or a shared room, the cost of attending private rehab excludes a number of people who might desperately need the treatment.
If drug and alcohol rehab in Kettering is too expensive for you, then you might want to receive a home detox.
A home detox is however only available for those with a mild addiction, who are motivated enough to recover at home.
The cost of a home detox is considerably less, at approximately £1.5k.
Luckily, in the UK you do not have to pay for the majority of your healthcare.
If you suffer from an addiction in Kettering or throughout the rest of the UK, then you might qualify for NHS funded drug rehab.
Although there are certain criteria you will need to pass, if you suffer from a severe addiction and are unable to fund your treatment, then you might qualify for council funded and NHS funded rehab treatment, meaning that you will not have to pay.
Nevertheless, individuals must understand that attending NHS funded rehab does not mean that they will be put in an NHS funded facility or hospital.
Due to a lack of NHS funding, the NHS are unable to provide fully NHS funded rehab centres.
Instead, individuals will qualify for NHS funded beds and spaces in private rehab centres.
As discussed above, people are required to stay in rehab for different periods of time depending on a number of factors such as how severe their addiction is, what substance they are addicted to and how long they have been addicted to the certain substances for.
The least amount of time spent in rehab is approximately 10 days, as this is generally the minimum amount of time people need to undergo a detox.
After this, patients are usually required to stay in rehab for another 18 days, in order to undergo therapy, totalling a 28 day stay.
However, if individuals suffer from a more severe addiction, then they might be required to stay in drug and alcohol rehab for a longer period of time.
For example, someone with a severe addiction to a physically addictive drug such as heroin might be required to stay in inpatient rehab for 60 – 90 days.
As discussed above, there are two ways to attend drug and alcohol rehab in Kettering, which are private and NHS funded rehab treatment.
If you are considering attending drug and alcohol rehab in Kettering, then you will need to decide if you are best suited to private or NHS funded rehab treatment.
When it comes to NHS funded drug and alcohol rehab in Kettering, it is entirely free.
Therefore, if you cannot afford to attend private rehab treatment then NHS funded rehab might be the better option for you.
However, there is a very long waiting list for NHS funded rehab, which could mean that you might be waiting up to weeks or sometimes months for your treatment.
If you opt for private rehab treatment then you will often be seen within just a few days.
You will also be treated by the very best doctors and therapists in your area.
Nevertheless, private rehab can cost thousands of pounds, and is therefore exclusive to those who can afford it.
If you are considering attending drug and alcohol rehab in Kettering, then you will need to understand the difference between outpatient and inpatient addiction treatment.
The main difference between the two types of treatment is that with inpatient treatment, you will stay in the rehab facility overnight for a number of weeks.
If you opt for outpatient treatment then you will remain living at home whilst visiting the rehab centre for your treatment every day.
Usually, you will be assessed prior to your admission by doctors to determine which form of rehab treatment you are best suited to.
For example, those with a more severe addiction might be better suited to the support that inpatient rehab treatment offers.
However, if you suffer from a mild addiction then you might be better suited to outpatient treatment where you can remain at home during your entire treatment.
There are millions of people across the UK and thousands of people in Kettering and Northamptonshire who struggle with an alcohol addiction.
Unfortunately, those who suffer from a severe addiction will need to attend drug and alcohol rehab in Kettering in order to recover.
Unfortunately, in order to recover from an addiction to alcohol, individuals will need to undergo a detox.
A detox is when someone withdraws from consuming the addictive substance for a prolonged period of time in order to allow their body time to overcome the need for the addictive substance.
When this happens, individuals will inevitably experience a whole host of withdrawal symptoms.
These withdrawal symptoms can be severely unpleasant, and make recovering and detoxing difficult.
If left untreated, these withdrawal symptoms can become life threatening, which is why it is important to undergo your detox in a rehab centre.
Once this detox is complete, you will be treated for the psychological side of your addiction with therapy.
These therapies include a range of different techniques listed later in this article.
Unfortunately, thousands of people across the UK abuse cocaine every year.
Cocaine is a highly addictive substance and can cause significant harm.
Cocaine has a powerful psychological addiction and creates very strong mental cravings.
However, if you attend drug and alcohol rehab in Kettering for an addiction to cocaine, then you will not need to undergo a physical detox in order to recover, as cocaine does not create a physical dependence.
Heroin is one of the most dangerous and life threatening drugs that you can abuse.
Heroin ruins thousands of lives across the UK every year, with more and more people abusing heroin year on year.
However, unlike cocaine, heroin is both physically and mentally addictive.
This means that if you attend rehab for a heroin addiction, then you will need to stay in rehab for slightly longer in order to undergo your detox followed by therapy.
Whilst cannabis is now legal in many countries, the negative effects of cannabis abuse stay the same.
Cannabis creates an incredibly strong psychological addiction, which makes its users fatigued, paranoid and anxious.
However, you will not need to undergo a detox in order to overcome your addiction, as cannabis is not physically addictive.
There are many different types of therapy techniques in Kettering rehab centres, each with their own purpose and uses.
Whilst not every rehab centre will offer all the below forms of therapies, most rehab centres do offer a wide selection.
Different types of therapy techniques will be used for different psychological issues.
For example, those who have experienced trauma and might be anxious or paranoid will benefit a lot from attending CBT therapy.
If you suffer from a dual diagnosis, then it is important that you get the right kind of help.
A dual diagnosis is when someone suffers from a mental health issue alongside an addiction issue.
These mental health issues often include:
Unfortunately, mental health issues are very common alongside addiction issues.
Some people who suffer from an addiction go on to develop a mental health issue after years of abuse.
Likewise, those who suffer from a mental health issue go on to develop an addiction to try to get away from their issues and struggles.
If you do suffer from a dual diagnosis, then you will need to undergo a detox as well as therapy whilst in rehab, in order to make sure that you recover not only physically but mentally, too.
Relapse prevention is one of the most important aspects of rehab.
A good relapse prevention plan will help to ensure that individuals stay sober for the long run.
Staying sober in the outside world can be tricky, considering individuals often go back to living in their old environment, with potential triggers still around them.
That is why before you leave rehab, you will be presented with your very own relapse prevention plan to help ensure that you stay away from cravings and triggers such as other people and bad influences.
A good relapse prevention plan will include tips, advice and strategies on how to stay sober in the outside world.
You should always include an emergency contact in your relapse prevention plan, which should be someone you can trust who you can call in the middle of the night in case you start to experience a craving.
You should also include the HALT method for recovery and relapse prevention.
The HALT method involves noticing when you experience a craving and figuring out whether or not you are hungry, angry, lonely and tired.
If you are, then you solve the issue at hand, and you might find that you no longer experience the craving.
Luckily, if you have left a centre for drug and alcohol rehab in Kettering and are currently seeking aftercare and support services, then there are a range of different options available to you.
Both self help groups have been around for decades and are able to successfully help individuals looking for long term support on how to stay sober.
Likewise, individuals are also able to attend SMART meetings across Kettering.
SMART Meetings can be online or in person, and are an alteration to the 12 step method used by the various Anonymous support groups.
If you are in need of a bit more help and support after leaving rehab, then you might be suited to outpatient treatment, where you will be able to attend rehab on a daily or weekly basis whilst living at home.
Finally, Al-Anon Family Group Meetings are a fantastic way for the loved ones of someone suffering from an addiction to get the help and support they need over the years and recovery process.
If you are unsure of what aftercare and support services are available in Kettering 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 Kettering, including inpatient alcohol rehab, luxury alcohol rehab, and private drug rehabs.