Rehab 4 Alcoholism
211 Beaufort House,
94-98 Newhall Street,
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Burton upon Trent is situated in the county of Staffordshire, and according to crime figures, it is one of the most dangerous towns in the country due to its crime rate, which is significantly higher than any other towns in the area.
This is mainly due to the high rate of drug offences that form the background to these criminal acts.
Figures obtained by the police record a rate of 4 drug offences per 1,000 residents in Burton, which is the highest in the country.
The country of Staffordshire as a whole is experiencing a rise in excessive alcohol use and not just young people.
In 2019 there were nearly 1800 adults in Staffordshire with alcohol dependence that are responsible for caring for children, with over two-thirds of these adults being male.
It is also a major concern that only less than 20% of those adults with alcohol dependence are receiving treatment.
Long-term, excessive consumers of alcohol are likely to have developed a significant increase in their tolerance and will tend to experience negative withdrawal symptoms, including anxiety, insomnia, nausea and headaches.
This suggests they have become physically dependent on alcohol which is one symptom of alcohol addiction.
People addicted to alcohol also tend to have developed a strong psychological reliance, either to improve their confidence or reduce their anxious feelings, which is known as psychological dependence.
Finally, one can tell when someone is addicted as they become unable to control their drinking and cannot stop consuming alcohol despite wanting to.
This loss of control over their alcohol use strongly suggests a person is addicted, particularly if they recognise that it is causing them harm.
Other clues indicating an alcohol addiction include ignoring daily commitments and ceasing to participate in pleasurable activities they usually enjoy to consume alcohol instead.
Rehab involves clients going through a specially designed programme of medical, psychological, social and educational interventions to help them overcome drug or alcohol addiction.
When people become addicted, several physiological and psychological processes in their body change due to the long-term effects of consuming toxic substances.
Rehab helps to put a halt to these processes to enable people to return to a more healthy and productive way of living their lives, free from substance use.
Rehab treatment programmes involve detox, which eliminates the toxic presence of substances from their body, and psychological therapies that help them change the negative thought patterns and emotional states that maintain their addiction.
Rehab programmes also contain educational sessions that provide them with important mental skills to boost psychological resilience and increase their assertiveness, both of which will help them to avoid relapsing.
There is always an element of denial present in substance users, who refuse to acknowledge their predicament despite the fact it may be obvious to close friends and relatives.
To address this issue family members can utilise intervention specialists in Burton upon Trent to help them persuade the relative they are concerned about them entering treatment for their drug or alcohol addiction.
To carry this out, psychologists who work with intervention services use a behaviour modification technique called CRAFT.
This stands for Community Reinforcement And Family Training, and is where family members will go through a training programme to educate them on how to best help their loved one.
CRAFT involves relatives of substance users adapting their behaviour towards the substance user in the family in pre-defined ways during their interactions to help shape their behaviour.
An example of a family member’s interaction style may involve punishing substance-taking behaviour from their relative, such as withdrawing affection.
The cost of drug and alcohol rehab treatment in and around the Burton upon Trent area ranges from £1,000 a week on the lower end of the continuum up to £10,000 per week.
For £500 per day clients can be assured that they will receive a reliable and trustworthy recovery service that has been operating for at least 20 years.
This works out at £14,000 for those who are looking to access a 28-day residential rehab programme.
The cost can be brought down by sharing a room with fellow clients and being economical with the options you select in your treatment programme, and there are several payment methods which can spread the cost over several months.
Residential programmes of 28 days can be funded via the NHS, although there is not an abundance of places available on this route.
Drug and alcohol teams in Burton upon Trent are advised by the local council to place clients on outpatient programmes to begin with, as more clients will be able to access effective treatments this way.
Each local council administers its substance rehab treatment programme in different ways and will be able to inform you of the funding process relevant to your specific geographical location.
The application process for residential funding is protracted and it can take months before you hear the outcome of your application.
Even though some people do gain funding for inpatient treatment, these people will have to wait a long time for their funding to be approved and have overcome many hurdles to convince funding decision-makers that they are a deserving case for inpatient addiction treatment.
Clients can pay for their rehab treatment by either accessing their own private funds (and through health insurance policies if they have one) or by applying for NHS funding to pay for the treatment.
The NHS offers free recognised treatments for substance use, although this may only be on an outpatient basis.
The funding application system is very complex and can be demotivating and frustrating to see through until the end.
It is unlikely that NHS-funded clients will have all the beneficial treatments that have been recommended on their treatment plan, as funding may not cover certain interventions.
There can also be organisational and bureaucratic delays and disturbances to clients’ treatment timetables along the way.
Private treatment enables clients to begin detox treatment in days, accompanied by regular monitoring by medical experts.
Offers clients the chance to receive all the interventions recommended on their assessment care plan.
Private financing allows clients greater power over the course and structure of their treatment, including which rehab centre they will have treatment in.
Clients with a higher budget can take advantage of a range of extra facilities and treatments to improve their physical and psychological health including sauna, swimming and holistic therapies.
Clients following a residential rehab programme will be expected to spend 28 days in rehab engaging in a range of psychosocial interventions, including individual and group therapy and skill-based educational workshops.
Any clients who have severe alcohol, heroin or benzodiazepine dependence may be required to stay in for 1-2 weeks longer as their detox treatment may take longer to perform.
Clients with a higher budget can choose to stay for longer if they feel it would be beneficial for them.
Intense outpatient treatment can be just as effective as residential rehab if clients are motivated and live under the same roof as people who offer support and encouragement.
However, not all people seeking to recover from substance use are so lucky, and many will benefit greatly by removing themselves from toxic environments and placing themselves in rehab.
Outpatient treatment can be organised by the local Burton upon Trent substance misuse treatment team and includes home detox treatment, individual and group therapies, drug and education programmes and courses on personal development.
Residential drug and alcohol rehab in Burton upon Trent is more expensive for clients due to the overheads incurred with a residential stay, as well as the therapists, medical team and key workers required to implement daily therapeutic activities for all the clients.
There is also a requirement to constantly monitor clients’ mental and physical well-being, which is an important benefit of inpatient treatment.
It is typically only privately funded clients who tend to be able to enter residential rehab quickly these days – anyone who has received NHS funding for their addiction treatment will firstly be allocated to outpatient programmes.
There are several expert alcohol rehab teams in Burton upon Trent that provide first-class treatment and care for clients with an alcohol use disorder.
Rehab centres prioritise the safety of all clients as they go through a potentially dangerous phase when they initially stop drinking alcohol after a period of heavy use.
There are severe and life-threatening withdrawal symptoms that can occur when people give up alcohol, so constant medical care is essential to protect clients from any seizures that may develop during this time.
To ensure clients pass safely through detox, many medical teams use a drug named Librium as it prevents seizures from developing when the body begins to behave erratically.
This occurs because the central nervous system has become accustomed to functioning with alcohol and is therefore disturbed when the drug is no longer ingested, which can lead to several unpleasant withdrawal symptoms.
The detox treatment should be completed in a week to 10 days, after which clients can begin their alcohol counselling programme, overcoming the cause of their addiction and learning important cognitive skills to avoid the pitfalls of relapse.
Rehab centres based in Burton upon Trent combine medical, psychological and relapse prevention interventions to help treat clients with cocaine addiction.
This combination has been proven very effective and because of this, there is a high recovery rate from cocaine dependence.
A medical team will offer emotional support and medical assistance so that any withdrawal symptoms clients experience are kept to a minimum.
They also have many experienced counsellors, psychotherapists and clinical psychologists who run one-to-one sessions with clients to help them process difficult emotions and change their negative thought patterns.
Psychologists also help with behaviour change approaches which will help clients stop their drug-taking behaviour.
One approach used is contingency management, which uses incentives and rewards to shape clients’ behaviour.
Each time a client is able to show abstinence or returns a positive drug test they will be rewarded.
Heroin is an opioid-based drug with a high probability of relapse amongst its users, so drug treatment services in Burton upon Trent have developed a comprehensive programme to ensure all clients with heroin addiction remain substance free long after leaving rehab.
The programme consists of three areas, the first of which is a pharmacological intervention commonly known as a detox, which aims to remove all traces of heroin in the body.
The second area involves clients following their programme of psychological therapies including individual, group therapy and 12-step work.
Finally, as all opioid drugs generate strong cravings in those who seek to give up, there are regular relapse prevention training sessions to help prepare clients for any hazardous situations they may encounter.
There are excellent psychiatric and psychological practitioners working on cannabis treatment programmes in Burton upon Trent.
These practitioners work together to ensure all clients entering rehab for cannabis dependence are thoroughly monitored to ensure they are not displaying symptoms of co-occurring mental health issues.
This commonly includes:
Once this has been established, clients can be supported through the early phases of withdrawal, although there is no detox treatment option available for cannabis addiction.
Instead, medical staff will help clients to alleviate any unpleasant symptoms they may experience after entering rehab, although any symptoms are unlikely to be severe.
They can then work on their therapy programme which will help them deal with the difficult thought patterns and emotions they have developed resulting from traumatic and challenging life experiences.
There is a collection of individual and group therapies that clients will encounter in rehab, all of which are implemented to improve their psychological wellbeing.
One-to-one therapies such as Cognitive Behavioural therapy (CBT) and Dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT) will enable clients to effectively handle their thoughts and emotions respectively.
Individual counselling can help clients move on from traumatic and challenging life experiences, whilst Co-Dependency Treatment is very helpful in improving clients’ self-esteem by helping them recognise their own psychological needs.
Brief Interventions and Motivational Interviewing are behaviour change techniques used to alter clients’ mindsets to persuade them that they should commit to treatment and give up substances.
All clients in rehab will have regular Group Therapy sessions throughout their stay, during which they will share their feelings in the company of others about their lives and particularly how substance use has affected their lives.
Family Therapy is also an option for some clients if this is assessed by treatment managers as being beneficial to them, during these sessions the client and the family members can resolve any communication difficulties in the presence of a qualified therapist.
Twelve-Step Facilitation Therapy (TSF) is a recognised treatment intervention at addiction recovery clinics and involves our therapists guiding clients through the 12 significant steps that are regarded as being important for achieving abstinence.
Burton upon Trent rehab centres has devoted a lot of time to developing their holistic therapy programme, which offers an alternative approach to facilitating clients’ mental, emotional, and spiritual growth.
Our ever-expanding holistic therapy programme currently includes art and music therapy, equine therapy, adventure therapy as well as a range of other therapeutic treatments such as reflexology, acupuncture, yoga and mindfulness.
Addiction is a very serious mental health condition that requires expert medical and psychological treatment.
Research has indicated that being diagnosed with another mental health disorder alongside an addiction severely limits their chances of achieving a successful recovery.
This is particularly the case if their diagnosis falls into the severe category of mental health conditions such as schizophrenia, anti-social personality disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Our treatment team have strong links to psychiatric services in Burton upon Trent to organise mental health assessments for clients exhibiting any symptoms that may indicate poor mental health.
Dual diagnosis patients require extra consideration due to the complex nature of being diagnosed with two conditions, which causes an extra layer of unpredictability for rehab staff.
Therefore, the treatment that dual diagnosis patients receive is overseen by medical practitioners experienced in both addiction and mental health conditions and who will develop a treatment plan that accounts for the characteristics and symptoms of the two separate conditions.
Treatment managers at rehab centres in Burton upon Trent understand the need to make sure clients are well prepared for re-entering the real world after completing their 28-day programme.
A significant part of this preparation involves helping clients to predict in which situations they may be prone to taking substances again.
These circumstances may include being in the company of persuasive groups of people who formed part of their substance use history, or social occasions where alcohol plays a prominent role.
A team of therapists will help clients identify any high-risk situations and help them build psychological strategies and drug refusal skills so that they are not tempted back into substance use.
There are key addiction recovery support services available for clients in Burton upon Trent to access once they have completed their period in rehab.
Clients leaving rehab are encouraged to attend support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and Marijuana Anonymous in nearby areas to continue to receive encouragement and support from their peers in recovery.
No one should leave rehab and continue their recovery alone.
Al-Anon Family Group Meetings also offer peer support meetings in the area for the family members of substance users.
SMART Recovery runs excellent workshops in cognitive skills and personal development, this will help maintain the important relapse prevention and cravings management strategies clients acquired during residential rehab.
The local drug and alcohol practitioners are always on hand to keep clients they helped place into rehab up to date with current services and resources they may find beneficial in assisting their recovery.
The team in Burton upon Trent are aware of all the addiction services in the area (including home detox services) and maintains strong links to local NHS services if there are any concerns about certain clients’ mental health.
For more information on attending drug and alcohol rehab in Burton upon Trent, or to have any questions or concerns answered, the Rehab 4 Alcoholism team are always available to take your call.
Call us today on 0800 111 4108.
There are various types of rehab centres available in Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Burton upon Trent, including inpatient alcohol rehab, luxury alcohol rehab, and private drug rehabs.