Full inpatient detox with on-going at home recovery treatment – You are welcome to do a 7 day or 14 day residential detox program through us, followed by telephone 2 – 4 – 6 weeks at home recovery coaching by one of our fully qualified counsellors. We will then follow this up by one to one sessions, once a week, in an area of your choice. Never before has help been so affordable and available to everyone. This will all be handled in total confidence. Call us for further details on Tel: 07811 606 606
Full inpatient detox with on-going at home recovery treatment – Home Detox
We have home detox available. This would be administered by a doctor. The client would be assessed before any medication would be given. We would them follow this up by telephone sessions and weekly visits. The duration would be normally 2 to 12 weeks depending on each individual circumstance. This may be extended if the client so wishes, and we feel it is necessary to do so. Again, this will all be handled in total confidence. Never before has help been so affordable and available to everyone.
Full inpatient detox followed by ongoing at-home recovery treatment is a comprehensive approach to addressing substance abuse and addiction. This type of treatment combines the benefits of a supervised detoxification process in a residential facility with continued support and therapy in the home environment. Here’s a breakdown of what you can expect from each stage:
- Inpatient Detoxification: During inpatient detox, you will be admitted to a specialised facility where medical professionals will closely monitor and support you through the withdrawal process. The length of the detoxification period varies depending on the substance of abuse and individual factors. Detoxification helps rid your body of drugs or alcohol while managing withdrawal symptoms and minimising discomfort. Medical staff may administer medications to alleviate withdrawal symptoms and ensure your safety and comfort.
- Residential Rehabilitation: Following the detoxification phase, you may transition to a residential rehabilitation program. This program provides an immersive environment where you receive intensive therapy, counselling, and support from a team of healthcare professionals. The duration of residential rehabilitation can range from a few weeks to several months, depending on individual needs. The focus is on developing coping mechanisms, addressing underlying issues contributing to addiction, and building a foundation for long-term recovery.
- Aftercare and Outpatient Treatment: After completing the inpatient phase, you will continue your recovery journey with ongoing treatment and support at home. This typically involves outpatient treatment, which includes therapy sessions, counselling, support groups, and other interventions designed to help you maintain sobriety and navigate challenges in your daily life. Outpatient treatment allows you to gradually transition back into your community while still receiving professional guidance and support.
- Recovery Maintenance and Support: Throughout your recovery, it is essential to establish a robust support system. This may include participation in peer support groups like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or Narcotics Anonymous (NA), individual therapy, family therapy, and other resources available in your community. Engaging in a variety of support systems can provide the ongoing accountability, encouragement, and guidance needed to sustain your recovery.
Remember that the specific details of your treatment plan will depend on your unique circumstances, substance of abuse, and individual needs. It is crucial to consult with addiction specialists, medical professionals, or treatment centres to determine the most appropriate course of action for your situation.
NEVER TRY AND DETOX YOURSELF WITHOUT MEDICAL HELP AND ADVICE, AS IT CAN BE FATAL
Full inpatient detox with on-going at home recovery treatment – If you would like more help and advice about anything discussed throughout this website, please call our 24 hour team on Tel: 07811 606 606. All calls are treated in the strictest of confidence and we never discuss any of your details with your doctor, insurance companies or anyone else other than, obviously, our own doctors who will be assessing you for and administering your new medication.