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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centres in Reading

A common misconception is that the word ‘addiction’ only refers to illegal drugs. The reality is that it is not just drugs that can lead to crippling addictions. In fact, in Reading, the problem of alcohol abuse is ‘far greater’ than the issue of drug abuse, according to a BBC report from early in January 2016. Alcohol is often seen by many individuals as safe because it is legal and socially acceptable, but the truth is that it is a highly addictive substance and one that is controlling the lives of many people around the UK. It is necessary, therefore, that alcohol rehab in Reading is something that can be accessed quickly and easily by those who need it.

While the growing number of people affected by alcohol abuse and addiction is a cause for concern, it is important to remember that drug abuse still exists in the town. Many families are struggling to cope with one member’s dependence on illegal or prescription drugs, so it is vital that drug rehab in Reading is also a service that is readily available when needed.

Here at Recovery.org.uk, we know the impact that both alcohol and drug abuse can have on the individual, their loved ones, and the wider community. We are aware that rehabilitation services may be hard to find for those who do not know what to look for, but this is why we exist. We know which organisations are operating in and around Reading, and we are aware which addictions they specialise in. That puts us in the perfect position to match clients with the service that will most suit their requirements.

Why People Need Rehab in Reading

Addiction is not limited to alcohol and illegal drugs such as cocaine and heroin, although these are the most commonly abused substances. We can help with all kinds of substance abuse problems, including:

  • Illegal drug addiction (drugs such as cannabis, ecstasy, cocaine, heroin)
  • Alcohol addiction
  • Prescription drug addiction (medications prescribed by a doctor such as sedatives and strong painkillers)
  • OTC drug addiction (medication bought over the counter from a pharmacy, such as codeine/paracetamol combinations)
  • New psychoactive substance addiction (otherwise known as legal high addiction)
  • Solvent or inhalant addiction.

If you use any of the above substances, you are at risk of addiction. Not everyone who uses drugs or alcohol will develop an addiction, but for some, these substances can slowly take over their lives to the point where they have no control over their substance use. It is vital that they can access the treatments that will help them to overcome these problems; thankfully, there is a lot of choice regarding drug and alcohol rehab in Reading.

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Accessing Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Reading

By calling us here at Recovery.org.uk, we can begin working for you immediately. We will assess your situation in order to determine what your treatment needs are. We will discuss the various options you have, and we will always take your preferences into consideration before making a referral.

While the final choice will always be yours, we will offer sound advice and guidance on the organisations from where we believe you will get the most appropriate care for your needs.

In Reading, there are many options in terms of rehab, and these include inpatient and outpatient programmes provided by organisations such as private clinics, charities and local support groups. The NHS also offers treatment for addiction, but as you would imagine, these services are usually heavily oversubscribed. The waiting times for free services can often be detrimental to the wellbeing of those affected by addiction. Many people will reconsider their choice to get help if they are delayed for treatment. It is far better to access a programme within twenty-four to forty-eight hours of making your mind up that you require help. In these instances, private residential care is the best option.

Types of Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Reading

Addiction recovery typically begins with a programme of detox. This is best carried out within a supervised facility because the patient will have access to 24-hour care from fully trained staff. Medical staff will also be on hand to react in the event of an emergency or to administer medication should it be deemed appropriate. If you are in need of a medically supervised detox, Recovery.org.uk can help you find a suitable provider wherever you happen to live.

After detox, rehabilitation begins, and this will take place in an inpatient or outpatient programme. With inpatient treatment, you can expect to spend around six to eight weeks within a residential facility. Here you will follow a plan of treatment that has been structured around your needs. This treatment plan will mean days filled with therapy and counselling sessions as well as workshops, seminars and other activities designed to treat the mind, body and spirit.

Inpatient programmes are ideal for those who want a head-start on their recovery journey. The comprehensive treatment plan is designed to allow patients to spend their days concentrating on nothing but their illness and how to recover; there are no distractions from the outside world.

Outpatient programmes are slightly different in that they do not require the patient to stay overnight at the facility. The treatments used will be similar to those at an inpatient facility, but the programme tends to last longer.

Outpatient programmes vary from one facility to another in terms of the duration of the programme. In some clinics, patients will be required to attend the clinic every day for a specific number of hours, while others only require attendance weekly. The more treatment hours each week, the shorter the programme.

 

Featured Drug and Alcohol Rehabs in Reading

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

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By being here, you are probably ready to make the necessary changes to your life. If you truly want to give up alcohol or drugs, it is vital that you are prepared to commit to your recovery. We can put you in touch with a treatment provider that could accept you onto a rehabilitation programme in less than forty-eight hours. If you are ready to get well, contact us today.

Resource:

  1. Alcohol misuse ‘far greater problem’ than drugs in Reading (BBC)
 
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