Treatment for alcohol and drugs isn’t an easy process to go through. There are so many different aspects of treatment conducted within drug & alcohol rehab centres in St Anne’s, and it can all become quite confusing.
But knowledge is power and through understanding what rehab clinics offer patients, those who are suffering from addiction are much more likely to welcome the idea of finding help for themselves.
Drug and alcohol rehab clinics in St Anne’s do tailor their programmes to suit every specific resident because every addiction is different. The aspects of treatment within rehab centres remain largely the same, however.
Here are the rehab centre treatment options which patients will have access to:
If the person reaches a point where every support mechanism melts away it’s a major problem. Residential rehab programmes are about giving people a second chance, they lay the foundations for a better future. Only through many months and years of abstinence can somebody truly say they have left their old selves behind.
St Anne’s clinics aim to catalyse this through aftercare programmes. These programmes direct people to places where they can receive the same addiction treatment options as above.
They can still gain their normal counselling sessions and help with finding a job. When the client feels ready they can step away from each support mechanism in their own time. This is the major benefit of choosing a private rehab clinic for beating an addiction.
The friendships and bonds formed within rehab from group sessions can come into play in hugely positive respect once people leave rehab.
Having people there that understand what the person is going through can help them to be stronger when they are tempted to go back to drugs or alcohol. This temptation will inevitably come because substances are found everywhere.
Most substance abusers start using again when they come into contact with people that they used to drink or use drugs with. Although staying away from these people is the smart option, it may not always be easy and even if it is, it’s still not a sure-fire way to stay on the right path. Calling in for as much support as possible is a must for people who don’t want to relapse.
There’s nothing stopping somebody from coming back to a rehab facility to undergo treatment again. Typically, the first few months of leaving rehab are the worst. The stable environment and constant guidance of rehab are removed.
When a person steps back into the real world, all manner of temptations surrounds them again including bars, old friends, familiar places that remind them of “good times” that were had when they were using.
Being around the familiar sights and sounds of their former life can be enough to bring back the urge to use. However, there are methods that might help people abstain for longer:
Not everybody has the ability to be successful on the first attempt. There’s nothing wrong with this as facilities happily welcome back former patients with open arms. Simply applying using the same process as before is enough to re-enter these facilities.
Sometimes, just having a place to go where people can be free from their constant need to get drugs and alcohol can be so refreshing to them that even if they relapse, the few days or weeks of being clean are a gift to them.
Rehab 4 Addiction is an organisation offering counselling and referral services to clients and their families in St Anne’s. We work with private clinics offering drug and alcohol treatment programmes on a residential basis. We also advise clients regarding outpatient rehab services.
Contact us today for more advice on 0800 140 4690.