Weymouth rehabs


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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centres in Weymouth

While drug use appears to be declining in most parts of the UK, in Weymouth the problem is still a major concern. In fact, Weymouth and Portland is second only to Blackpool in terms of the number of people who have died as a result of drug abuse. The number of drug deaths in the area for 2012-2014 is almost double that of the figure for 2009-2011. It is evident then that more needs to be done in terms of helping people to access drug rehab in Weymouth.

Here at Recovery.org.uk, we work hard to make both drug and alcohol rehab in Weymouth more accessible to those that need it. We know the damage that can be caused by these illnesses and how most people affected will only get better if they get professional help.

We also know that accessing help for addiction can seem an impossible task for those who find it hard to get through each day without chemical substances such as drugs and alcohol. We want to make it easier for everyone to get the help they need; as such, we have compiled a vast database of information pertaining to rehab in Weymouth and beyond. All you need to do to access this information within minutes is give us a call.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Weymouth Is Available

While there are many individuals already accessing alcohol and drug rehab in Weymouth, there are many more who still need help. The good news is that there are plenty of options in the town when it comes to rehab providers.

Private clinics, local counsellors, support groups, charities and the NHS all provide treatment programmes for those who need help to overcome their issues with drugs or alcohol. We work with all of them to make sure everyone who needs these treatments can access them, regardless of their circumstances.

Rehab in the town tends to consist of inpatient or outpatient programmes, and Recovery.org.uk can help to match you with the most suitable provider based on your requirements. When determining the right programme for you, we will look at your current and past substance use; we will want to know the type of substance/s you have been abusing and for how long. We will also need to know how often you use these substances.

There are several other factors that we will take into account too, including:

  • Your Health – If you have any underlying medical conditions, this could affect the type of treatment you require or the specific clinic we refer you to. We want to make sure that the rehab clinic we recommend is one with experience of your needs.
  • Your Commitments – For most clients, we prefer to recommend a residential programme because of the many benefits this type of care provides. However, we know that some people have commitments at home or work that would prevent them from being away for weeks at a time. If this is the case, we will look for a suitable outpatient programme.
  • Your Finances – It is important that we have a clear picture of your financial situation before recommending a particular clinic. We do not want you to be placed under any financial strain when trying to fund your treatment. If we are aware of your budget in advance, we can rule out certain clinics that would be too expensive. Having said that, many private clinics accept government funding or provide payment plans to help clients manage their payments.
  • Your Preferences – We understand that your preferences regarding treatment must be considered. If you are adamant that you do not want to recover in a residential facility, we will work with you to find an outpatient programme that can help. We would never refer you to a clinic that you are not completely comfortable with as we know that this could jeopardise your recovery.

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What Is Residential Rehab in Weymouth Like?

As previously mentioned, we believe that residential treatment is the best option for most people because of the intensive and concentrated approach it provides. With a private residential clinic, you can spend your time in a peaceful and tranquil environment that is free from all distractions. This can be immensely beneficial in the early days when your mind may still be quite fuzzy. Not having to worry about everyday issues while you recover is a huge advantage.

When it comes to residential rehab, you can expect to spend most of your days in counselling or therapy. As well as individual counselling and group therapy sessions, you may have workshops and seminars to attend, which are all designed to help you learn how to avoid relapse in the future.

Depending on the facility, you will have a private room or you may share with another patient. There will usually be communal spaces for dining and socialising as well as quiet spaces set aside for visits with family members.

Most residential rehab programmes run for between six and eight weeks, although for those with a dual diagnosis, the programme may be longer.


Featured Drug and Alcohol Rehabs in Weymouth

There are various types of rehab centres available in Weymouth, including inpatient alcohol rehab, luxury alcohol rehab, and private drug rehabs.

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    What Happens After Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Weymouth?

    It is common for recovering addicts to worry about how they will cope when they leave their rehabilitation programme. However, recovery does not end with the completion of a residential rehab programme. In fact, this is the start of your drug- or alcohol-free life, and you will need to work hard to stay sober.

    You will have been given the tools and skills required to avoid relapse and will no doubt have been shown how to integrate back into society, but that does not mean you will no longer need any support. In fact, aftercare programmes have proven time and again to be instrumental when it comes to helping recovering addicts achieve long-term success.

    It is very likely that your rehabilitation programme will include aftercare for up to a year – most do. During this time, you will be able to contact your counsellor or therapist when you need to. You may also have continued counselling on a regular basis. You will probably also be advised to join a local support group such as NA or AA, and we second that recommendation. Local fellowship support groups are a fantastic resource that you can rely on for the rest of your life.

    If you want to overcome a drug or alcohol addiction, you need to consider drug or alcohol rehab in Weymouth. Call our 24-hour helpline now for information on the rehab providers in your area.


    1.  Office for National Statistics has revealed Weymouth and Portland come second only to Blackpool for drugs misuse deaths (Dorset Echo)
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