Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in Warwickshire

Rehab 4 Addiction’s drug and alcohol rehab services in Warwickshire mean you can now experience rehabilitation in style.

Our modern rehab facility in Warwickshire offers a distinguished rehab programme taking place in an even more distinguished setting.

This rehab clinic offers you an utterly stable environment whilst you get better.

You receive a number of highly effective therapy techniques designed specifically for people suffering from drug and alcohol addiction.

We promise that if this isn’t your last stint in a rehab clinic, it will surely be your most memorable.

Rehab 4 Addiction offers a variety of drug and alcohol rehabs in the West Midlands, including Warwickshire, Shropshire, Herefordshire, Worcestershire, and Birmingham.

Please call our 24-Hour Helpline: 0800 140 4690

Who is rehabilitation in Warwickshire suitable for?

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Deciding you require professional help for your addiction is no easy task.

You may feel that your addiction isn’t severe enough or are worried about the services provided at a rehab clinic. 

Below, we have compiled a list of who we believe would benefit the most from rehab and who it is most suitable for:

  • Those who consume over 30 units of alcohol a day and who are struggling with co-occurring mental health disorders 
  • Those who would significantly struggle or be unable to complete a home detox programme
  • Those who become violent when they consume alcohol
  • Those who are deemed high risk by the criteria of the DSM-5
  • Those diagnosed with Delirium tremens or Wernicke’s encephalopathy 

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How do I secure admission to a rehab facility?

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Whilst the rehab process may seem overwhelming, with our help we can make it simple.

We ask all clients to first call us on 0800 140 4690 to begin a pre-admission assessment.

Before we can recommend any rehab clinics, we need to understand a bit more about you and your treatment needs.

Clients are also assessed by psychiatrists who will determine and diagnose if a substance use disorder (SUD) is present.

SUDs are diagnosed according to multiple criteria such as ASAM, DSM-5, and AUDIT (if the addiction is to alcohol).

The ASAM criteria help medical professionals place, transfer, and discharge clients following a set of six dimensions.

The six dimensions are:

  • Dimension 1: Acute Intoxication and Withdrawal Potential: The first dimension explores the client’s past and their experiences with substance use. It also includes experiences with withdrawal
  • Dimension 2: Biomedical Conditions and Complications: The second dimension explores the client’s health history as well as their current mental and physical condition
  • Dimension 3: Emotional, Behavioural, or Cognitive Conditions and Complications: The third dimension explores the client’s thoughts, mental health, and emotions they are feeling
  • Dimension 4: Readiness to Change: This fourth dimension determines the client’s readiness and interest in changing behaviours
  • Dimension 5: Relapse, Continued Use, or Continued Problem Potential: The fifth dimension explores the client’s relationship with relapsing and continued use of substances
  • Dimension 6: Recovery/Living Environment: The sixth, and final, dimension explores the client’s recovery and living situation. It also includes exploration of things such as social groups, friends, support networks etc 

These six dimensions can be very helpful in allowing medical practitioners to successfully place patients in a residential facility if they believe it would be beneficial.

Another criterion used is the DSM-5 (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders).

This is considered one of the most important handbooks within the world of psychiatry and helps psychiatrists diagnose substance use disorders to 10 substance types. 

It is constantly evolving due to the increase of understanding of mental health disorders.

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The 10 substance types are:

The DSM-5 has 11 criteria, a patient must identify with several of them to be diagnosed with a substance use disorder.

The criteria for diagnosis are:

  • Consuming the substance in large amounts or for longer than was originally prescribed.
  • Understanding the consequences of prolonged substance use but continuing to abuse them regardless.
  • Spending the majority of your time consuming or attempting to recover from the substance.
  • Wanting to stop taking drugs and drinking alcohol but find it incredibly difficult to.
  • Need more and more of a certain substance to achieve a high.
  • Developing withdrawal symptoms that you believe can only be made less unpleasant by consuming the substance further.
  • Ignoring important work-related duties or quitting your job to consume substances.
  • Cancelling events and losing interest in hobbies because of substance use.
  • Intense cravings and a longing to consume substances every day.
  • Using substances even though they could have potentially caused or worsened health problems.
  • Continuing to use substances even though they have destroyed important relationships in your life.

The DSM-5 also includes three levels of severity in which patients are also diagnosed.

A more severe substance use disorder, therefore, requires more severe treatment.

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What is the AUDIT?

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The AUDIT (Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test) is a screening tool first developed by the World Health Organisation. 

Since its creation, it has been adjusted for use in the UK and can help practitioners diagnose alcohol use disorders as well as assess their severity. 

  • How often do you have a drink containing alcohol? 
  • How many units of alcohol do you drink on a typical day when you are drinking? 
  • How often have you had 6 or more units if female or 8 or more if male, on a single occasion in the last year? 
  • How often during the last year have you found that you were not able to stop drinking once you had started? 
  • How often during the last year have you failed to do what was normally expected from you because of your drinking? 
  • How often during the last year have you needed an alcoholic drink in the morning to get yourself going after a heavy drinking session? 
  • How often during the last year have you had a feeling of guilt or remorse after drinking? 
  • How often during the last year have you been unable to remember what happened the night before because you had been drinking? 
  • Have you or somebody else been injured as a result of your drinking? 
  • Has a relative or friend, doctor or other health worker been concerned about your drinking or suggested that you cut down?

The AUDIT is scored out of a total of 40 with each question marked from 0-4.

The first 3 questions focus on alcohol intake, 4-6 focus on dependency, and 7-10 the consequences of excessive alcohol use. 

A patient score of less than 8 shows some cause for concern and a score of 13 or more indicates an alcohol dependency were seeking professional help would be in the best interest of the patient.

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What is an intervention, and can it help my loved one access rehab?

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Interventions can be very beneficial if utilised correctly.

Whilst most people tend to think of interventions as an old-fashioned confrontation, nowadays hiring a professional interventionist can be helpful for families to learn and practice specialist techniques.

One of the most highly recommended approaches is the CRAFT method.

Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT) is a system for helping family members change their interactions with an individual who is drinking or abusing substances. 

CRAFT helps families to:

  • Identify the triggers of their loved one
  • Break the cycle and patterns that lead to substance abuse or consumption
  • Improve communication skills to express needs healthily 
  • Help their loved one’s access suitable and effective treatment

This method proves very popular with families and works by allowing them to reward their loved ones when they actively choose to abstain from consumption.

Negative behaviour, on the other hand, is not rewarded and thus slowly discouraged.

Interventionists can recommend their methods to help a loved one access treatment and by calling our team today we can assist you in locating an interventionist in Warwickshire.

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How much is rehab in Warwickshire?


An accurate price for your treatment programme will be provided to you once your pre-admission assessment is complete.

However, for an estimate, continue reading below.

The prices of rehab vary depending on the length of your programme and the type of treatment you opt for.

For a 10-day detox in a room of your own, prices range from around £3,000 and can increase to £6,000 depending on location.

For a dual or multi-occupancy room, prices begin at £2,000.

For a 28-day stay at a residential facility with a single-occupancy room, prices range from £8,000 to £12,000 and for a dual occupancy room, £6,000. 

Home detoxes are also another option for clients as they are significantly cheaper, beginning at around £1,500.

Though it is important to remember that home detoxes cannot shield you from temptation and are therefore not advised for those with severe addictions.

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How do I know whether to choose private rehab or NHS treatment?

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Many people begin their recovery journey through NHS treatment, though tend to find it is not as beneficial as they thought.

Whilst NHS treatment is free and offered widely throughout the UK, for addiction, it only offers outpatient or home detox programmes.

Whilst residential rehab offers can happen, they are very rare and only tend to be offered if outpatient treatment has failed.

Instead of waiting for relapses to occur, we urge you to consider private rehab. 

This form of treatment is immediate and effective meaning you can enter your chosen treatment facility in a matter of days. \

There are no waiting lists as found with council-funded treatment and you can experience a wide range of therapies to help heal both your body and mind.

Private rehab offers a wider range of benefits than compared to NHS treatment though its major drawback for most clients is the cost. 

Private rehab can be expensive, though it is good to note that many more clinics in the UK are now accepting medical insurance and can create payment plans to help make treatment more accessible and inclusive. 

NHS treatment, whilst it seems promising, can cause many patients to begin treatment not designed for their needs.

NHS addiction treatment doesn’t focus on mental health support which we believe is a crucial part of treatment.

To find out more, call our helpline advisers today and begin your pre-admission assessment.

Please call our 24-Hour Helpline: 0800 140 4690

How long does rehab really last?

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Most clients who choose a residential programme stay in rehab for around 28-30 days.

This is deemed a suitable amount of time to overcome dependencies and begin to lay the foundations for healthy coping mechanisms.

Some clients, who have very severe addictions, choose to stay at rehab for around 90 days before returning home.

During this time, they will make major lifestyle changes and attend daily therapy sessions to help them in recovery.

Those who may be running on a tighter budget can choose to attend a detox programme only, meaning they will attend a residential programme for just 10 days.

The duration of your programme will be determined once staff have a clearer image of the type of care you require.

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Alcohol detox and rehab programmes in Warwickshire

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If you are trapped in the addiction cycle, it has most likely had negative effects on your health, your relationships, finances, career and overall well-being.

Admitting that you need help for your alcohol addiction is the first step in achieving recovery.

Alcohol addiction is the most common form of addiction in the UK.

If you suddenly stop your consumption when you are addicted or dependent, you could risk experiencing Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome.

AWS occurs when a user who drinks consistently suddenly stops drinking.

The symptoms of AWS are:

The symptoms tend to worsen over 3 days and can even occur for weeks in some people.

The most severe type of withdrawal syndrome is known as delirium tremens or DTs for short.

The symptoms for this include:

  • Visual, tactile, and auditory hallucinations
  • Extreme confusion
  • Extreme agitation 
  • Excessive sweating 
  • Seizures 

AWS and the DTs can be fatal if not treated which is why we urge all clients facing alcoholism to seek professional help.

Whilst it may seem manageable to attempt to treat it alone, professional help can ensure your safety at all times and help you mentally too.

Most alcohol rehab programmes begin with a Librium-based detox over 10 days.

Librium is the brand name for chlordiazepoxide and helps to ease alcohol withdrawal symptoms including anxiety.

From here, clients are expected to begin therapy.

Both traditional and holistic forms of therapy are offered in rehab to help clients experience physical and psychological healing. 

Before treatment is complete, clients will draw up relapse prevention plans by working with support staff which helps to recognise triggers and stressors.

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Can I detox from alcohol at home in Warwickshire?

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In short, yes. However, you must be assessed by a psychiatrist to determine if you will find it beneficial to detox at home.

This form of treatment is not as safe as a residential programme as staff cannot monitor your progress or offer 24/7 support.

If you are successful in fulfilling the criteria for a home detox, Librium will be posted to your home and you will then be required to check in daily with a member of staff from your chosen clinic.

Home detoxes are significantly cheaper than inpatient programmes, but this should not be the sole reason why they are chosen.

If you are considered a low risk for developing complications from detox and have an appropriate support network, a home detox could be in your best interest.

Many people think that home detoxes and self-detoxes are the same things.

Self-detoxes are not medically approved and consist of an individual attempting to overcome addiction alone in their home.

They have not been prescribed medication and can cause more danger to themselves.

If you are considering a self-detox, we recommend you speak to our team who can provide you with more information about the benefits of home detoxes and residential treatment.

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Cocaine addiction rehab in Warwickshire

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Cocaine is a highly addictive substance that can cause long term effects on the body and mind such as depression and anxiety attacks.

If you are currently living in the Warwickshire area and are worried about yourself or a loved one, help is out there.

Although it is not physically addictive, cocaine is psychologically addictive meaning it requires therapy to help you overcome the dependence.

Entering a residential rehab facility can ensure you are removed from triggers and associations that would usually cause you to use the substance.

By beginning cognitive behavioural therapy and group therapy, you can begin to locate the source of your cocaine addiction and work on creating coping mechanisms to use instead of taking the substance. 

Please call our 24-Hour Helpline: 0800 140 4690

Heroin addiction rehab in Warwickshire

Heroin is a substance made from morphine and is considered one of the most physically and psychologically addictive drugs.

If you are currently living in Warwickshire and are addicted to heroin, help is available to you.

To overcome your addiction, you must be willing to undergo a detox programme to withdraw from the substance.

This is done by substituting heroin for methadone over a continuous timeframe or substituting it slowly whilst in rehab. 

Medication has helped many people overcome their heroin addictions and paired with therapy; users are expected to make a well-rounded recovery.

If you are invested in treatment, contact our team today.

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Cannabis addiction rehab in Warwickshire

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For many people, cannabis use begins either recreationally or for health reasons.

It makes users feel relaxed and mellow though if too much THC is consumed users can quickly feel paranoid, nauseous, and light-headed.

Cannabis is also considered a gateway drug and is most people’s first experience using illegal drugs before moving on to more physically addictive substances such as cocaine and ketamine.

As there is no detox required for this drug, residential rehab can help you by allowing you to access cannabis addiction-related therapy.

By evaluating your relationship with substances and understanding the root of your issue, you can begin to lay the foundations for a life free from substance abuse.

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What types of therapy are on offer?


Therapeutical techniques offered at Warwickshire rehab clinics include:

Many private clinics are also luxury clinics meaning they offer high-quality amenities such as en-suite bedrooms, saunas, steam rooms, and hot tubs. 

In therapy, relaxation is vital so many centres are focused on holistic healing to help clients heal fully.

Many clinics offer Wi-Fi and allow clients to bring items such as laptops and tablets.

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Why is dual diagnosis treatment important?

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Substance use disorders and mental health disorders can be very difficult to manage alone and sometimes they occur at the same time, this is called a dual diagnosis.

A dual diagnosis can make sourcing effective treatment even more of a challenge.

Many mental health treatment centres do not accept clients with substance use disorders until they can prove they are sober.

This can be very hard to achieve without professional support thus creating a negative cycle that is impossible to break.

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we understand this and help clients enter treatment programmes that cater for their mental health disorder and substance use disorder. 

We work with addiction specialists who also understand mental health disorders separately, so they know the types of treatment best required.

By treating both conditions simultaneously, you can expect a much better outcome and work on making a clean start in the next chapter of your life.

Contact our team today to find out more information on how dual diagnosis treatment could benefit you.

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Relapse prevention plans at rehab in Warwickshire

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Relapse prevention plans are another vital part of treatment in rehab and can help clients to remain sober upon their return home. 

In treatment, clients work hard to locate the source of their drug or alcohol use.

Relapse prevention plans are created as a written document to help the individual, their support group, and outpatient care staff identify triggers for possible relapses.

Identifying the warning signs of a relapse can help stop it from happening.

Relapses aren’t a spur of the moment decision, with addiction they begin with poor self-care and ignoring emotions.

A mental relapse then follows the emotional relapse before a physical relapse happens.

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we ensure that all clients work with treatment clinics that provide relapse prevention plans and sessions before the completion of their programme.

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What are the alternatives to attending rehab?

Sadly, rehab isn’t for everyone although it provides excellent benefits.

If you are not in the right headspace or cannot commit to rehab for personal reasons, your time there could be futile.

However, there are alternatives within the Warwickshire area that could help you.

Why not attend a local Alcoholics or Narcotics Anonymous group?

Sharing difficult feelings out loud can be helpful, especially with a group of peers who can understand the difficulties you are facing.

SMART Recovery is also another option, though this is a self-help recovery style and only beneficial to those with mild addictions or dependencies.

Al-Anon Family Groups can also be beneficial to families of individuals struggling with alcoholism.

The group meetings are designed to help families or loved ones deal with the effects of someone else’s drinking and are considered a safe space. 

Alternatively, as mentioned earlier, a home detox could be beneficial for those who can commit to this type of treatment and are considered low risk in relation to developing complications.

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Overcoming temptation in your recovery

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If you suffer from an addiction, often stopping is the easy step in your road to long-term recovery. The hardest part is affectionately known as ‘staying stopped.’

When you enter recovery, stressful events are likely to occur that test your resolve. These stressful events mean many people return to drug and alcohol use.

To resolve this problem, our Warwickshire rehab clinics have developed a number of proven techniques to help you overcome urges to return to drug or alcohol use, no matter how much stress you face in your everyday life.

Briefly, these techniques include relapse prevention strategies, cognitive behavioural therapy and a number of holistic therapies.

Now, you are able to gain access to all of these therapies and much more thanks to drug and alcohol rehab offerings in Warwickshire.

When you attend one of our fantastic Warwickshire rehab clinics, you will receive a number of services designed to ‘get you better.’

These include a clinic detox, group and one-on-one therapy techniques and structured aftercare.

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Addictions we treat in Warwickshire

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Our treatments run the entire gamut of different addictions you may imagine.

This includes alcohol addiction, drug addiction, prescription drug addiction and a number of behavioural addictions.

Each person is treated as unique, so rehab programmes will differ between different people even if their substance of choice is identical to one another.

We believe the personalisation of addiction treatment is far more effective when compared to a generalised approach often adopted by some providers of addiction treatment services.

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AA Meetings in Warwickshire

Below we list some of the AA meetings taking place in Warwickshire.

AA provides a ’12 step’ recovery model. This is ideal for people who have already undergone addiction treatment.

AA is primarily offered to those recovering from alcohol use disorder. AA has a sister organisation known as NA for recovering drug addicts. Click here to find meetings in the local area.

Contact Rehab 4 Addiction today

For instant admissions into a Warwickshire rehab clinic, contact Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690.

We shall ensure you are matched up to a rehab centre in Warwickshire that’s suited to your particular needs.

All information we gather on your behalf is kept in the strictest of confidence.

Rehab 4 Addiction officers a range of addiction treatments in Warwickshire, including Leamington Spa, Rugby and Coleshill.

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