Oxford rehabs


Recovery.org.uk rehab live search shows every alcohol and drug rehab in Oxford. We will provide you will comprehesive information about each facility and help you make the most informed decision on what is best for your recovery.

Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centres in Oxford

If you are in need of drug or alcohol rehab in Oxford, Recovery.org.uk can help. We are a free referral service working in your area and beyond to make addiction services easier to access. While we do not provide treatments ourselves, we do act as a link between those who need help for addiction and the facilities that provide it.

We know that while many people are already accessing alcohol and drug rehab in Oxford, many more are not, and this is why we exist. There are many reasons individuals are afraid to ask for help for their illnesses, and one of the greatest obstacles to recovery is the stigma that continues to surround addiction.

It is common for those with addiction issues to pretend they are not in trouble because it is easier than admitting the truth. They find it difficult to stand up and accept a diagnosis of ‘addict’ because they are worried about what others might think of them. They fear being judged or thought of as weak. We will never judge you, and we know you are not weak. We want you to believe this too.

Overcoming the Stigma of Addiction with Rehab in Oxford

It is important for you to remember that addiction is an illness. It is not a punishment for being bad or having a weak moral character. However, this continues to be the view of so many others. The reality is that most people in society do not understand the illness that is addiction.

In fact, many do not even see it as an illness, yet this is exactly what it is. Addiction is an illness of the brain and needs treatment just as any other illness does. It is not something that will pass if you leave it; it will actually get worse unless you deal with it now and access the treatments required for effective recovery. The good news is that with drug and alcohol rehab in Oxford, you can get better and together we can begin to break down the stigma of addiction.

The more people that understand the illness, the more people will reach out for help. And the only way that individuals will begin to understand exactly what addiction is, is by accessing professional help from counsellors and therapists with a wealth of knowledge and experience in this field. Recovery.org.uk can help with this.

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Overcoming the Fear of Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Oxford

The stigma of addiction is not the only reason many fail to get the help they need. Some are fearful of what a typical day in rehab is going to be like. They may have heard horror stories from other addicts who also fear rehab and who embellish tales to justify their reluctance to get help.

We want you to know that you have nothing to be afraid of regarding alcohol or drug rehab in Oxford. In fact, rehab will give you the opportunity to get your life back on track. It will help to break down the barriers of denial and will address the physical and psychological ties that have been keeping you in the grip of addiction for so long.

By calling Recovery.org.uk today, we can discuss your fears. We can explain the many options you have for treatment in your area, and we can answer any queries you might have. There is nothing to lose by getting in touch – we will never pressure you to move forward to treatment if you are not ready, and we will never discuss anything you tell us with a third party unless you want us to.


Featured Drug and Alcohol Rehabs in Oxford

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

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    What is Residential Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Oxford Like?

    If you are afraid of rehab in Oxford, we can tell you here and now that you have absolutely nothing to be scared of. The organisations we work with are staffed by fully qualified, dedicated and passionate individuals who want nothing more than to see you overcome your illness.

    Many of them have been through recovery journeys and have been where you are now; afraid of what lies ahead. However, they have taken that next step and are now living proof of what can be achieved if you commit to a programme of recovery.

    We have come to understand that most people with a fear of rehab are basing these concerns around the inpatient programme because they will have to stay within the facility. Nevertheless, we would look at this as a fantastic opportunity to turn your life around.

    A typical day in a residential rehab facility involves plenty of treatment – these programmes are intensive so you can expect to have very little free time. But this is a good thing; with little or no distractions and no time to spend wallowing in self-pity, most recovering addicts will immerse themselves in their programme and will learn how to live without drugs and alcohol going forward. For many individuals, a residential programme is a springboard towards a life of abstinence that would not be possible otherwise.

    The treatments you can expect to receive in a residential facility include:

    • Individual Counselling – One-to-one counselling is a part of everyday life in a residential facility. Patients meet with counsellors and therapists to discuss their particular situation, and during these sessions, they will learn a lot about their illness and what caused it.
    • Group Therapy – With group therapy sessions, a number of recovering addicts will meet with a counsellor or therapist to discuss common issues relating to their illness. They will share stories and experiences and ask questions. These sessions are similar to fellowship support group meetings such as Alcoholics or Narcotics Anonymous.
    • Alternative Therapies – Most clinics offer alternative therapies in conjunction with traditional treatments, and these include massage, meditation, sports therapy, yoga, nutrition, art therapy and music therapy. Alternative therapies help with the healing process and are proven to reduce stress and improve wellbeing.

    Patients will have a private or semi-private room in a residential facility, and there will be a number of communal spaces for dining and recreational activities. There may also be a few quiet spaces around the facility where patients can enjoy some time to reflect on their progress.

    For more information on rehab in Oxford, contact Recovery.org.uk today.

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