Rehab 4 Alcoholism
211 Beaufort House,
94-98 Newhall Street,
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Finding where to get help for your addiction can be very difficult.
Sometimes it is hard to know what support is available, and how you can access it.
Seeking help with Rehab 4 Alcoholism in Worthing will allow you to get the support you need to overcome addiction.
Rehab 4 Alcoholism are available 24/7 to provide information and support to help you or a loved one to access drug and alcohol rehab in Worthing.
Whilst there is little research about addiction in Worthing specifically, there are studies on the wider West Sussex community, which includes Worthing.
A study by West Sussex County Council states that alcohol-attributable hospital admissions in Sussex have 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.
Addiction is considered by medical professionals to be a chronic disorder or disease.
This means that it has an impact on all spheres of life, including:
Sometimes, it is difficult to know when the use of drugs or alcohol tips into addiction.
It is especially tricky to identify addiction in ourselves.
This is why clinicians have developed a series of questions that they ask as part of the screening process for addiction.
Here are some of the questions you may be asked by a medical professional about your drinking or substance use:
These four questions are part of the CAGE questionnaire and are used as a part of screening for alcohol addiction by medical professionals.
If you answered ‘yes’ to one or more of these questions, there is a chance that you are dealing with alcohol addiction.
You do not need to feel shame or embarrassment about having an addiction, and you do not need to face it alone.
You can access help and support and receive tailored advice to any queries or concerns through drug and alcohol rehab in Worthing.
Often, rehab is not the initial method of support.
There are ways you can access help (or support a loved one) for addiction before formal admission to drug and alcohol rehab in Worthing.
Addiction is often accompanied by very complicated feelings – both for those struggling and for their loved ones.
Addiction can cause feelings of loneliness, guilt, sadness and sometimes anger.
The idea behind CRAFT (community reinforcement and family training) is to help close the distance between the individual that is struggling and the loved ones that are supporting them.
It does this by promoting opportunities for sensitive, honest communication and generally increasing the support network available.
This can help to increase the motivation to recover and alleviate some of the feelings of isolation that can be very hard to deal with during the throes of addiction.
In some cases, people may not recognise that they need support with their addiction.
Often in these circumstances, it is difficult for friends and family to know how to offer support.
One method of navigating this situation is by enlisting the help of a professional interventionist in Worthing.
The role of an interventionist is to help people to recognise that they may have an addiction.
Interventionists can also begin to place an emphasis on the negative impacts of their current situation as well as the overall benefits of accessing support.
The aim of an intervention is to gently encourage people who may be struggling with substance use to take the necessary steps towards recovery.
Rehab (short for rehabilitation) is a general term for treatment that focuses on restoring people back to their previous quality of life.
Addiction rehab, then, works to restore the general well-being and quality of life of those struggling with addiction.
The aim is to help people regain control and restore balance in their lives without the presence of drugs or alcohol.
If you are struggling with addiction, you deserve to access the right support and to regain a positive overall life satisfaction and sense of self.
The decision of whether inpatient or outpatient treatment is best will depend on your specific circumstances.
Both inpatient and outpatient options are available for drug and alcohol rehab in Worthing.
You will be able to discuss the benefits of each kind of treatment with appropriate medical professionals.
Here’s a quick overview of the key differences between inpatient and outpatient care:
Inpatient treatment refers to any care where you are a residential patient.
Inpatient drug and alcohol rehab in Worthing involves staying at an appropriate facility 24 hours a day for the duration of your treatment.
This includes staying overnight.
The facility that you stay in will be staffed by medical professionals: doctors, nurses, therapists and other clinical aids.
There will be a schedule of treatments arranged for you within the rehab, all designed to aid the recovery process in some manner.
Outpatient treatment refers to any care that you access whilst in your usual living arrangements.
Outpatient drug and alcohol rehab involves accessing support from appropriate agencies at home or in the Worthing Community.
During your treatment, you will have access to direct support from medical professionals.
Whilst the schedule of treatment may be less intensive than that offered in inpatient treatment, you will still access various treatments within your rehab experience, all designed to aid the recovery process in some manner.
The main difference between NHS and private drug and alcohol rehab is not necessarily the content of the treatment, but rather how it is funded.
Often, the first contact to discuss the different support options for managing addiction is the NHS.
The NHS offer a variety of different treatments for alcohol addiction.
Most of these treatments are outpatient care.
These may include (but are not limited to):
Usually, these different forms of treatment will be offered before inpatient care through the NHS.
As referral to inpatient addiction treatment Is usually the last form of treatment offered by the NHS, the majority of those who begin inpatient treatment do so privately.
This is usually to access inpatient care more quickly.
The cost of private treatment is usually covered by payment plans (the arrangement of payment in scheduled instalments instead of one lump sum) or via insurance providers.
Often, treatment is paid for by a mix of these two methods.
Drug and alcohol rehab in Worthing and the wider community are run by professionals who are experts in the field.
This means that rehab does cost a significant amount of money.
On average inpatient care costs around £495 a day, totalling to around £14,000 for a full 28 days of treatment.
This is an average price—there are also centres that can cost between £1,000 and £10,000 a week in Worthing and in the wider community.
Deluxe rehab centres are also available
These are the facilities usually attended by celebrities.
They have luxury add-ons such as private security, private cooks, on-site spas, and premium treatments.
These can cost anywhere up to £75,000 for 30 days of care.
Everyone who attends rehab will have a different experience.
This means that the time you spend in rehab may be different from those around you.
The time professionals usually recommend for rehab is 28-days.
This is to allow you to have the time to both distance yourself from the substance you are addicted to and to have some concentrated care and support.
However, rehab can last anywhere between 7 and 90 days.
7 days tends to be the minimum as that is the amount of time it takes to detox from alcohol safely.
There is a kind of rehab treatment plan for all kinds of addiction.
Although the exact kind of care you receive in drug and alcohol rehab in Worthing may change slightly depending on what kind of addiction you are being treated for.
Addiction treatment usually occurs in three stages:
Detox (or detoxification) is the process of emptying your body of a substance.
When a substance has been in the body for a prolonged period, it gets used to it being there.
This means that the body needs to safely detox from the substance.
It does take the body some time to get used to not having the substance present.
This means that you may experience some physical signs of the substance leaving your body.
These are known as withdrawal symptoms, and these change depending on the substance you are detoxing from.
Detoxing can be a dangerous process if not completed properly.
This means that detoxing is carried out with the presence and support of medical professionals, both in inpatient and outpatient rehab.
Detoxing as an outpatient is often referred to as a home detox.
During a home detox, you will be visited regularly for the first four days by medical professionals to ensure you are kept safe and well.
One way of easing withdrawal symptoms is by administering medications that alleviate difficult side effects.
This is known as pharmacological intervention or maintenance therapy.
Your use of the medication will be monitored.
All medications used during detox are medically safe and legal to use.
Treatment is the main element of addiction recovery.
It is where you will have the opportunity to engage with various kinds of psychological therapies.
Aftercare refers to the kinds of support you can access after your formal treatment ends.
Research by the UK government estimates that 1.7% of the adult population are in some way dependent on alcohol.
If you believe you or a loved one is addicted to alcohol, you can access help at a drug and alcohol rehab in Worthing.
Alcohol is a physically addictive drug.
This means that treatment for alcohol addiction must begin with a detox.
Detoxing from alcohol takes a minimum of 7 days.
There are some risks associated with detoxing from alcohol.
It is not advised that you attempt to detox from alcohol without medical supervision.
Alcohol detox is aided by medical intervention.
The medication usually used to alleviate alcohol withdrawal symptoms is Librium.
Librium helps to reduce the risk of some of the more serious side effects, such as seizures and hallucinations.
Symptoms of alcohol withdrawal you may experience include:
Once you have safely detoxed from alcohol, treatment can focus on the therapeutic and emotional aspects of treatment.
This will take the form of various kinds of therapies with support from appropriate clinicians.
Heroin is a physically addictive drug, so a detox is required.
There are some risks associated with detoxing from heroin.
It is not advised that you attempt to detox from heroin without medical supervision.
Heroin detox is aided by medical intervention.
The medication usually used to alleviate heroin withdrawal symptoms is Methadone.
Methadone helps to reduce the risk of some of the more serious side effects of heroin withdrawal.
Some symptoms of heroin withdrawal you may experience include:
Once you have safely detoxed from heroin, treatment can focus on the therapeutic and emotional aspects of treatment.
This will take the form of various kinds of therapy and 1-1 support with appropriate clinicians.
While you can become addicted to cannabis, it is not a physically addictive drug.
Cannabis is psychologically addictive.
This means that you do not need to detox as part of your treatment in drug and alcohol rehab.
This means that addiction treatment for cannabis focuses on the therapeutic and emotional aspects of recovery.
While you can become addicted to cocaine, it is not a physically addictive drug.
Cocaine is psychologically addictive.
This means that you do not need to detox as part of your treatment, instead focusing on the therapeutic and emotional aspects of recovery.
As the therapeutic part of treatment is so key to beginning your recovery journey, there are many different kinds of therapy available.
There is a high percentage of people in addiction treatment who also have a diagnosis of a mental health condition.
This is known as dual diagnosis or co-morbidity.
Sometimes, drinking or the use of substances can be a way of self-medicating or coping with difficult feelings caused by mental distress.
Unfortunately, using substances can often exacerbate the symptoms of mental health conditions.
Common dual diagnoses include:
The impact of addiction can also cause complications with mental health.
There is no direct way to identify cause and effect with dual diagnoses and doing so is not always helpful.
What is helpful is to try to manage both addiction and other mental health conditions via sustained support that allows you to develop coping mechanisms to maintain balance.
This means that if you have a dual diagnosis, this will also be considered in your treatment plan whilst at rehab in Worthing.
Therapy refers to any kind of treatment designed to help alleviate difficulties and stress through positive engagement with yourself and others.
There are lots of different options when it comes to therapy.
Here is a short guide to some of the therapeutic interventions you may encounter during drug and alcohol rehab in Worthing:
Individual therapy refers to any kind of psychological treatment that takes place between yourself and an appropriate clinician.
Individual therapy is also referred to as 1-1 therapy.
Individual therapy can take many forms and will be loosely structured around your own circumstances to allow you to discuss various topics that you think would benefit your recovery.
Family therapy is when several relatives or loved ones come together to meet with a clinician to discuss an event or ongoing situation in their lives.
Family therapy works through the belief that when something is happening in one person’s life, there is a high chance that it is also having some impact on the feelings and behaviours of those around them.
Family therapy offers a safe space to discuss complicated thoughts and feelings.
Ultimately, the main aim of family therapy is to open communication networks between people with the purpose of developing understanding.
Family therapy functions as a space for learning, talking and reflecting.
Group therapy is when multiple people who are experiencing similar situations come together to share their experiences with one another in the presence of an appropriate clinician.
Group therapy will give you space to listen to others, share your own experiences and learn new techniques to cope in your day-to-day life.
Group therapy functions as a space for sharing, supporting and reflecting.
Brief Interventions are when an expert – whether a clinician, therapist or psychologist – works to bring the patient’s attention to one particular issue in their recovery process.
This can help to keep treatment updated and relevant to help keep it as effective as possible.
Co-dependency treatment is a kind of therapy designed especially for relationships.
It addresses that sometimes relationships can be co-dependent, or unbalanced.
Unbalanced relationships can cause difficult emotions for both parties.
Co-dependency treatment works to shift the power balance in relationships back to the centre.
The aim of the treatment is to establish that both people in the relationship deserve to be loved and respected, and should have their needs met both equally and within reason.
This can help to establish the relationship as a safe space and work to rebuild confidence and show the value of maintaining the positive mental health of both parties.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (or CBT) is a strand of psychotherapy.
CBT teaches that thoughts, feelings and behaviours are linked.
This means that through learning coping mechanisms to combat tricky thoughts, you can also address the behaviours attached to them.
This can also work the other way round.
CBT functions through meetings with an appropriate clinician who will identify relevant techniques for you to learn and practice both inside and outside of your sessions.
CBT is available as both individual therapy and group therapy in drug and alcohol rehab in Worthing.
Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (or DBT) is a strand of psychotherapy.
DBT is quite like CBT, as it also works through the belief that thoughts, feelings and behaviours are linked.
DBT functions through meetings with an appropriate clinician who will identify relevant techniques for you to learn and practice, both inside and outside of your sessions.
DBT focuses particularly on learning ways of managing intense emotions and impulsive behaviours.
DBT also teaches the importance of not being self-critical when you are in therapy.
Identifying tricky thoughts, feeling and behaviours can be an emotional experience.
Your clinician will help you to identify these things without feeling guilty, so you can work towards challenging the issues you have identified with resilience.
DBT is available as both individual and group therapy in rehab.
Holistic means looking at the whole picture.
Holistic therapy involves thinking of different parts of the self: body, mind and soul.
Because of this, holistic therapy moves away from talking therapy.
Instead, it focuses on activities and experiences that can strengthen us through creativity, pleasure and resilience.
There is a kind of holistic therapy to suit everyone.
Some options available in Worthing include:
Motivational interviewing focuses on helping individuals struggling with addiction to build the motivation to recover.
Addiction 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.
Reasons to recover can be different for everyone.
Examples could be to improve physical health, have better mental clarity, and return to hobbies.
Motivational interviewing can help to increase positive attitudes toward recovery and therefore increase the likelihood of a successful rehabilitation.
Twelve-Step Facilitation Therapy is a programme that was made specifically for treating addiction.
The ‘Twelve Steps’ refers to twelve values that underpin the programme.
The therapy involves learning and sticking to these twelve values, attending group meetings and working with a mentor in the Worthing area.
The twelve steps often focus on ideas of personal growth to help maintain your focus during recovery.
Reaching the end of your stay in inpatient rehab, or formal outpatient rehab does not mean the end of treatment.
You will be able to access many kinds of support in the Worthing community to keep you on the recovery track.
There are various sources available to help you to continue your rehabilitation and to work to help keep you in remission.
Some examples of aftercare services in Worthing include:
The Rehab 4 Alcoholism chat lines are open 24/7 to provide you with support on how to access treatment in the Worthing community.
You can call us on 0800 111 4108, or you can request a call back to speak to a member of the team.
Please use our FAQ section for more information about addiction treatment in Worthing to start your recovery journey today.
There are various types of rehab centres available in Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Worthing, including inpatient alcohol rehab, luxury alcohol rehab, and private drug rehabs.