Recovery Programs – list of some of the programs we offer
These are for drugs and alcohol rehabilitation set out our by the rehab centres we have available. We cover all of the UK so we will have a rehab centre or program in your area. The home recovery programs are written slightly differently than the rehab centres programs. These are mainly done by telephone with weekly visits.
- Home detox and recovery program
- Home detox with on going home rehabilitation programs, recovery and support
- Residential inpatients detox program with on going home rehabilitation programs, recovery and support
- Full residential inpatients detox program with full residential rehab program and support
What is the length of time for these programs
Our programs range from one to twelve weeks as a rule. This will depend on the substance you are addicted to and the length of time you have had your habit. There are many other factors which will determine the time the recovery program will take, but this can be discussed with our team. At the end of the day, your health is paramount to us, and getting you well is our main concern. We understand addiction is a disease, and we do have an excellent team of people throughout the UK who can help you.
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There are various addiction recovery programs available to support individuals in their journey towards recovery. These programs provide a structured approach and a range of therapeutic interventions to address the physical, psychological, and social aspects of addiction.
Here are some common types of addiction recovery programs:
- 12-Step Programs: Twelve-step programs, such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA), are widely known and have been instrumental in supporting individuals in their recovery from addiction. These programs emphasise peer support, spiritual principles, and working through a series of steps to achieve and maintain sobriety.
- Non-12-Step Programs: Non-12-step programs offer alternative approaches to addiction recovery, often focusing on individual empowerment, cognitive-behavioural techniques, and holistic wellness. Examples include SMART Recovery, LifeRing, and Secular Organisations for Sobriety (SOS).
- Inpatient/Residential Treatment Programs: Inpatient or residential treatment programs provide intensive, round-the-clock care in a structured environment. These programs typically include medical detoxification, individual and group therapy, educational sessions, relapse prevention planning, and aftercare support.
- Outpatient Treatment Programs: Outpatient programs offer flexibility, allowing individuals to live at home while attending regular treatment sessions. Outpatient programs can vary in intensity, ranging from standard outpatient programs (few hours per week) to intensive outpatient programs (multiple sessions per week).
- Dual Diagnosis Programs: Dual diagnosis programs specialise in treating individuals with co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders. These programs provide integrated care, addressing both addiction and mental health issues simultaneously.
- Holistic or Alternative Treatment Programs: Holistic or alternative programs incorporate complementary therapies and practices to promote overall well-being and recovery. These may include yoga, meditation, acupuncture, art therapy, adventure therapy, and nutrition counselling.
- Individual Counselling and Therapy: Individual counselling or therapy provides a one-on-one therapeutic relationship with a trained professional. It allows for personalised treatment planning, exploration of underlying issues, and development of coping skills specific to the individual’s needs.
- Support Groups: Support groups, such as those affiliated with 12-step programs or other recovery organisations, offer a safe and supportive environment for individuals to share experiences, receive encouragement, and build a sober support network.
It’s important to consider individual needs, preferences, and the level of care required when selecting an addiction recovery program. Consulting with healthcare professionals, addiction specialists, or treatment centres can help determine the most suitable program and provide guidance based on specific circumstances.
Remember, addiction recovery is a unique journey, and what works for one person may not work for another. Finding the right program and support network can significantly contribute to long-term recovery success.
If you would like some more help or advice on how recovery works, and how it suit you or a loved one, call our team on Tel: 07811 606 606. We are here 24 hours a day, and we welcome your calls.