The most affordable drug and alcohol residential rehab available in the UK.
The most affordable drug and alcohol residential rehab available in the UK.
The most supported home detox available in the UK all at an affordable price of £1295.
The most affordable rehab centres available in the UK. 7 day detox to 24 weeks.
I get asked a lot what happens when you have an alcohol detox in your rehab centres. Do not worry, we do NOT lock you up! It is against the law for a start. Plus, all we wish to do is get you off alcohol for good. An alcohol detox, I believe is one of the most comfortable and successful detoxes available. All that basically happens is we replace the alcohol with pills. This is taken 4 times a day, and then reduced over the next few days. This can be anything from 5 to 14 days, depending on the severity of the addiction. Then the medication is reduced until no medication is needed. The medication we administer will stop cravings, and nausea. In the morning the client will not feel sick, or have an upset stomach. The pills we give are a sedative and will make the client feel like they have had a drink, hence not be craving for a drink. That to us is the easy bit!
Now the next stage, which also happens during the clients residential alcohol detox is to find the underlying issues that are causing their addiction. We also need to get the client through the psychological aspects of addiction. We then need to restore the clients natural appetite, and restore the clients natural sleep pattern. Once all this is done, we need to set up coping mechanisms to stop the client going back to their addiction. That is basically what happens during an alcohol detox at one of our centres.
Alcohol Detox, Alcohol Rehab, Drug Detox, Drug Rehab. With growing competition, and more centres available, it has never been more affordable to obtain drug or alcohol rehab and detox programmes in the private sector. Residential, and home detox programmes are now at the lowest prices they have ever been.
ALCOHOL DETOX – 10 days Residential Alcohol Detox £2,795
ADUS Healthcare – Low cost Alcohol Detox programs ranging from 10 days -2 weeks or in some cases a little bit longer. We have Alcohol Detox Units based all over the UK. Our aim is to enable clients to have long term abstinence from Alcohol addiction, and to achieve an independent drug free life.
ALCOHOL REHAB – 2 week Residential Alcohol Rehab £3,500 (Including a tailored medical detox)
ADUS Healthcare – Low cost Alcohol Rehab programmes range from between 10 days -12 weeks. We Have Alcohol Detox Units available all over the UK. Our aim to help clients gain long term abstinence from alcohol. We offer residential rehab or Home rehab.
DRUG DETOX – 10 days Residential Drug Detox £2,795
ADUS Healthcare – Low cost Drug Detox programmes ranging from 10 days -2 weeks and longer in some cases. Alcohol Detox, Alcohol Rehab, Drug Detox, Drug Rehab. We have Drug Detox Units throughout the UK. Our aim is to enable clients to have long term abstinence from drug addiction, and to achieve an independent drug free life.
DRUG REHAB – 2 weeks Residential Drug Rehab £3,500 (Including a tailored medical detox)
ADUS Healthcare – Low cost Drug Rehab programmes ranging from 10 days – 24 weeks. We have available Drug Rehab Units scattered across the UK. Our aim is to enable clients to have long term abstinence from drug addiction, and to achieve an independent drug free life.
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Concerned about YOUR Drug or Alcohol addiction? Do you have a problem?
If you have answered “Yes” to any of the questions above, you may have an addiction problem. Don’t panic, we can help you with low cost treatment, funding or advice. ALL addictions will require some form of help to get through. Here at ADUS Healthcare we offer all kinds of help. Some you pay for and some you don’t. All our telephone help and advice is free and confidential and we are here 24 hours a day. For anything to do with Alcohol Detox, Alcohol Rehab, Drug Detox, Drug Rehab, Call our team on Tel: 0845 3881 543 or Mobiles 07811 606 606.
If you have answered “Yes” to any of the questions above, you may have an addiction to drugs or alcohol. We can help you with low cost treatment, funding or advice. ALL addictions will require some form of help to get through. Here at ADUS Healthcare we offer all kinds of help. Some you pay for, and some you don’t. Our telephone help and advice is free and confidential, and we are here 24 hours a day. Call our team on Tel: 0845 3881 543 or Mobiles call 07811 606 606. We can help.
Alcohol Detox, Alcohol Rehab, Drug Detox, Drug Rehab. We offer low cost drug and alcohol rehab throughout the UK in a number of drug and alcohol rehab centres and detox units. We offer Home Detox and recovery, residential detox and rehabilitation.
Alcohol Detox, Alcohol Rehab, Drug Detox, Drug Rehab. Our main focus is about real abstinent based recovery for the whole family. ADUS Healthcare have been providing an effective range of Alcohol and Drugs Detoxification, Stabilisation & Rehabilitation Programmes, both Inpatient and At-Home at affordable prices to suit ALL budgets. We can even give you advice about how to get funding for a Detox and Rehabilitation.
We have been helping 100’s of people every year who have been struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol. Alcohol Detox, Alcohol Rehab, Drug Detox, Drug Rehab. Our programmes start from as little as £453 per week (based on secondary care over 12 weeks). We offer 1 week to 12 months rehabilitation, and we can help with ALL age groups. Watch our introductory video below for more details of what we offer. If you need funding, go to Free Rehab or Free Detox
Why do some people get addicted to drugs and alcohol while others don’t? How come your buddy quit using drugs years ago while you’re still hooked? Unfortunately, there’s no real cut-and-dry answer to why people get addicted. Addiction is caused by several biological, genetic, and environmental factors – which is why only using one method to treat addiction often fails. If you’re fully committed to beating your addiction, the best course of action is to use a multi-pronged attack. Let’s review some of the different factors, known in the recovery community as the ‘toolbox,’ to see how modern facilities approach addiction treatment. The more tools used, the more likely you can get back on your feet and be set up for long-term recovery.
Building Your Toolbox for Addiction Treatment
The Psychology of Addiction
Though many of the underlying causes of addiction are thought to deal with genetics and biology, there is undoubtedly a psychological opponent to addiction. Let’s imagine a possible scenario where two twin brothers both try drinking for the first time in college. One twin brother ends up becoming an alcoholic, while the other never has to control his drinking. If addiction was strictly genetic or biological, either both these twins would wind up becoming alcoholics or neither. Why some become addicted and others don’t in the same environment is not fully understood, but we know it deals with the psychology of the human brain and must be addressed.
There are several different psychological methods currently used to treat addiction, but the most popular is cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT.) CBT helps those suffering from addition identify the steps or thinking that leads to using and implements behaviours to practice, like meditation, instead of turning to drugs. Counsellors will work one-on-one with patients during treatment to help implement CBT techniques into their daily lives.
Proper Nutrition in Treatment
Recent research has uncovered the importance of proper diet and nutrition to help those overcome drug dependence. Let’s be honest, most addicts in active addiction do not take care of their bodies as they should. This leads to several health deficiencies, including the lack of certain micro and macro-nutrients to keep our bodies and brains working smoothly. In the worst cases, this can lead to debilitating illness like Wernicke’s encephalopathy, or ‘wet brain.’ Getting the proper nutrients helps the body and brain heal much faster and can significantly aid in recovery.
There’s also ways nutrition and diet can help directly during the detox process. When an addict or alcoholic ceases use of their drug of choice, their brain becomes chaotic – it’s not getting the same influx of mood-altering substances it’s used to having. This withdrawal during the detox period can lead to anxiety, depression, anger, even seizures – all of which can lead back to active addiction. Certain minerals and vitamins have demonstrated an ability to naturally ease these symptoms which makes them an important part of treating addiction.
Most modern treatment facilities have a dietary consultant on staff for healthy, nutrient-rich meals that can repair damage caused by alcohol and drugs. Most physicians will provide their patients with additional vitamins and supplements to help lessen the symptoms of withdrawal and help those get back on track sooner.