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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centres in Maidenhead

Many people living in the affluent town of Maidenhead may believe that they are exempt from problems such as drug and alcohol abuse because of where they live; the reality is, though, that these issues exist everywhere. They are not limited to deprived urban areas; in fact, many individuals living in and around the town are struggling with addiction, and many of them do not even realise how serious their situations are. It is for that reason that drug and alcohol rehab in Maidenhead is so important for those affected.

Although many more people drink alcohol than use drugs, the problem of drug addiction still exists. And it is not always abuse of illegal substances that poses a problem. In the UK, there is a growing number of individuals developing crippling addictions to prescription medication. Those who take strong painkillers or sedatives for a genuine medical reason are at risk of addiction. Abuse of prescription drugs can cause many issues, and those affected will need drug rehab in Maidenhead and other parts of the country if they are to recover.

For you to be here reading this article indicates that you are somehow affected by addiction. Maybe you are concerned about your drug or alcohol use, or perhaps you are worried about a family member or a friend. Whatever the reason, Recovery.org.uk can help. We are an organisation working closely with those affected by addiction on a daily basis. The service we provide is designed to help people access rehab services across the UK. By calling us today, we can assist by putting you in touch with a suitable provider where you or your loved one can access the required help.

Would Alcohol or Drug Rehab in Maidenhead Help You?

Have you noticed a change in your drinking or drug-taking habits lately? Have loved ones expressed concerns about your changing behaviour? If so, you could be in need of alcohol or drug rehab.

The illness of addiction is a very misunderstood one; many individuals believe they could not possibly be affected by addiction because they do not take illegal drugs. They are unaware that drug addiction can affect those who abuse prescription medication too. And it is important to point out that it is not just those who abuse prescription medication who can develop a physical dependence; in fact, long-term use of these drugs, even if used exactly as advised by a doctor, can also lead to addiction.

Alcohol abusers are also often under the illusion that their drinking habits are harmless. While most people drink alcohol in moderation, some drink to excess on a regular basis without fully comprehending the damage they could be causing to their health, relationships and lifestyle.

Alcohol is a highly addictive substance and once that affects many individuals around the country. Regularly drinking more than the recommended amount of alcohol can lead to an increased tolerance to its effects. This in turn causes the person to require more alcohol every time he or she drinks, which can subsequently result in addiction.

If you have been drinking more than before, or have noticed that you cannot stop once started, you may need rehab. Call us here at Recovery.org.uk for more information about your choices.

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Let Us Help You Find Rehab in Maidenhead

By calling us here on our 24-hour helpline, you can talk to a professional counsellor or therapist who will assist you when it comes to locating the most suitable drug and alcohol rehab in Maidenhead for your requirements. If you are questioning why you should use our services, here is a brief explanation of what we do:

  • Provide Information – As part of our free service, we offer comprehensive information about all types of substance abuse and addiction. We can also advise on the various treatments available and how they could help in your situation.
  • Answer Questions – If you have no experience of rehabilitation, you will no doubt have many questions regarding the process and the types of programmes that are available. You may also want information about the cost of certain types of programmes and how long they last. We can answer all your questions.
  • Assess Your Situation – We offer in-depth assessments to all our clients so that they have a clearer picture of their situation and what their needs are. As part of this evaluation, we will ask questions about your past and current substance abuse, your medical history and your personal commitments.
  • Provide Free Referrals – Once we have an idea of the severity of your illness and have a clearer understanding of your needs and circumstances, we can match you to a suitable drug or alcohol rehab in and around your town.

 

Featured Drug and Alcohol Rehabs in Maidenhead

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

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What to Expect from Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Maidenhead

The town has plenty of options when it comes to rehabilitation programmes. As well as local counsellors, the NHS, local support groups and charities, we work with several private clinics where both inpatient and outpatient programmes are available.

An outpatient programme is usually provided by the NHS, charities and counsellors, and can take place at a local hospital, specialised clinics or a counsellor’s office. Patients attend regular counselling and therapy sessions but do not have to stay in the clinic. It is less intensive than an inpatient programme but no less effective.

There are plenty of choices for those who want to recover in a private residential clinic. These programmes tend to be the preferred choice for many because they offer a structured and concentrated approach to addiction recovery.

With an inpatient programme, patients are required to stay at the clinic for between 6 and 8 weeks, or slightly longer if suffering from a dual diagnosis. The environment is peaceful and quiet, and there will be no external distractions. Patients will spend much of their time in counselling or therapy sessions, and there may or may not be free time in the evenings and weekends, depending on the clinic.

For more information on rehab in Maidenhead, contact us here at Recovery.org.uk today.

 
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