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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centres in Cambridge

There is a definite need for addiction services in Cambridge, just as there is in almost every other town and city in the UK. With drug and alcohol abuse affecting far more than just the individual, it is necessary for there to be easy access to both drug and alcohol rehab in Cambridge as well as in other parts of the country so that those affected can get the help they need when they need it.

Substance abuse is well known to have a detrimental effect on the individual and his or her family, but it reaches far beyond the family unit. Abuse of alcohol and drugs leads to violent crimes and health problems, both of which impact on society. In order to lessen the effect on the National Health Service and the criminal justice system here in the UK, it is necessary for people to be able to access alcohol and drug rehab in Cambridge and beyond. This is where Recovery.org.uk comes in.

Those who develop addictions to drugs and alcohol do not choose this life. The decision to take drugs or drink alcohol in the first place is always a choice, but while some people can use these substances in moderation, others will go on to develop crippling addictions that threaten to destroy their life. It is important that they can access rehab services if they want to recover; here at Recovery.org.uk, we can help with this.

How Rehab in Cambridge Can Help You Overcome Addiction

Many people do not regard addiction as an illness, but it is just that; it is no different to the flu or diabetes in that it can affect anyone. It is important, however, to remember that addiction is an illness that will not go away by itself.

Alcohol and drug addiction are illnesses that must be addressed if the person wants to get better. In most cases, this will require professional help. While it is entirely possible to quit drugs or alcohol alone, it is very rare that a person will go on to live the rest of his or her life in sobriety. Going it alone without support is almost certain to end up with a relapse at some point. The reason for this is that quitting drugs and alcohol is never enough when it comes to addiction recovery. The issues that led to the addictive behaviour in the first place will still be present and will need to be addressed in order for the person to fully recover.

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What to Expect from Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Cambridge

There are many options in terms of drug and alcohol rehab in Cambridge, from private clinics to organisations such as the NHS offering free programmes. While most people would probably prefer to access a free rehab service, it is wise to remember that these services are often heavily subscribed, which means there is likely to be a long waiting time for treatment.

With private clinics, you could access a relevant treatment programme in less than forty-eight hours. It can be very difficult to get to the point where you can be honest with yourself and admit that you need help for addiction. It is very important that you are able to access treatment at this point because the longer you wait, the more time you will have to reconsider your decision and you could end up back in the grip of addiction once more. This is why we often recommend that our clients access private treatments.

Private clinics are staffed by fully trained medical professionals, including physicians, psychologists and nurses. There will also be a team of experienced counsellors, therapists and support staff all working together to make sure the needs of every patient are met. You may even find that some staff have been where you are now and are living proof that rehab works.

Your Options in Terms of Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Cambridge

When it comes to beating addiction, the first place to start is usually with detox. This is then followed by a programme of rehabilitation in either an inpatient or outpatient facility. Below is a brief explanation of each:

  • Detox – Detoxification is the process of quitting the chemical substance to which you are addicted. Detox from drugs or alcohol is a complicated process because of the risk of serious withdrawal symptoms. While some people will only ever experience mild to moderate symptoms, others will suffer severe symptoms, some of which can be life-threatening. It is important, therefore, that detox always takes place in a supervised facility where medical staff will be on hand in the event of an emergency.
  • Inpatient Treatment – Those who attend an inpatient treatment programme will stay in a clinic for a period of around six to eight weeks. The programme may be longer if the patient is struggling with more than one addiction or is also suffering from mental health problems. This type of treatment programme is intensive and concentrated. Patients will spend much of each day in therapy or counselling, and there may be other activities arranged for evenings and weekends.
  • Outpatient Treatment – A programme of outpatient treatment does not require an overnight stay in a clinic and is far less intensive. Patients are often required to attend daily meetings with a counsellor or therapist, but other programmes will consist of weekly meetings instead. While less intensive, an outpatient programme is no less effective in terms of addressing the psychological issues relating to the addiction.

 

Featured Drug and Alcohol Rehabs in Cambridge

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

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Here at Recovery.org.uk, it is our job to make sure that clients are matched with a treatment programme that best suits their needs and preferences. We want you to be completely comfortable with your choice as that way you are more likely to commit to the programme.

We will take your personal preferences into consideration when making a referral as well as other factors such as the severity of your addiction and your commitments at home and work. For more information on alcohol or drug rehab in Cambridge, contact Recovery.org.uk today.

 
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