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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centres in Derry

Across the UK, substance abuse is a problem that needs to be addressed; in Derry, it is no different. Even though the Government has issued warnings about the dangers of excessive alcohol consumption, many people continue to drink more than the recommended weekly amount on a regular basis. This can put their lives at risk and lead to a host of other problems. It is also likely that those who abuse alcohol in this way will go on to develop a physical dependence followed by a devastating addiction that can tear their lives apart. For those who end up with an addiction to alcohol, the only way to recover is often with alcohol rehab in Derry or elsewhere in the UK.

It is not just alcohol that has a negative impact on the lives of affected individuals and their families. Many people across the country require help for addictions to illegal drugs and prescription medication. However, when it comes to prescription drugs, many individuals fail to realise the dangers. They cannot comprehend the fact that a medication prescribed by a doctor could be harmful or lead to addiction. Nevertheless, many people require drug rehab in Derry because they have developed a dependency on the medication they were originally prescribed for a legitimate medical condition.

Overcoming Addiction with Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Derry

It is difficult for some to accept that they have an addiction to alcohol or prescription medication. This is often due to the fact that these substances are not illegal; but they are, however, highly addictive and dangerous when abused.

At Recovery.org.uk, we work hard to help individuals overcome their addictions to all types of mood-altering substances, including:

  • illegal drugs
  • prescription medication
  • over-the-counter medication
  • alcohol
  • solvents and inhalants
  • former legal highs or new psychoactive substances.

We work closely with organisations across Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK, including the NHS, local counsellors, local support groups, charities, and private clinics. In most instances, we prefer to refer clients to private clinics because of the many advantages of this type of facility, but we understand that there are circumstances that would mean this option is not always appropriate or suitable.

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The Benefits of Private Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Derry

Private clinics typically provide residential treatment programmes, and, as mentioned above, there are many advantages to this type of programme. With private drug and alcohol rehab in Derry, you can expect:

  • No Distractions – Inpatient programmes usually take place in quiet and relaxing clinics where there are no distractions from the outside world. Patients will stay in the facility for the duration of their treatment and will not have to worry about the stresses and strains of everyday life.
  • Around-the-Clock Support – The private clinics we work with are staffed by trained therapists, counsellors, physicians, nurses and support staff, all of whom have experience dealing with patients struggling with addiction. You will have constant access to support and care during your stay.
  • Immediate Admission – One of the biggest drawbacks to free addiction services is the fact that the demand usually exceeds the supply. As a result, these services are heavily subscribed, and there tend to be long waiting lists. This rarely happens with private residential care, and in most instances, patients can be admitted within 24-48 hours of an initial inquiry.
 

Featured Drug and Alcohol Rehabs in Derry

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

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All About Rehab in Derry

When it comes to overcoming a drug and alcohol addiction, a comprehensive recovery programme is required. Before you can even think about alcohol or drug rehab in Derry, though, you will more than likely need to consider a programme of detoxification. To improve your chances of recovery, you have to commit to a complete programme that will include a detox, inpatient or outpatient rehab and aftercare. Below is a brief outline of what to expect at each stage of your journey:

  • Detox – A detox programme is required when a physical dependence has developed. If you have ever noticed symptoms such as shaking, sweating or headaches when needing alcohol or drugs, it is likely that you are physically dependent. Detox is the process of separating the addict from the substance to which he or she has become dependent and should always be carried out under supervision as there is a risk of serious complications. Detox programmes typically last from seven to ten days and should always be followed by rehab.
  • Inpatient Rehab – With an inpatient rehab programme, patients will stay in the clinic for between six and eight weeks. Those with more than one addiction, or those struggling with addiction and mental health problems, will require a longer stay. Inpatient programmes offer a concentrated and intensive approach to recovery, and because patients remain in the facility where there are no distractions and no temptations, they tend to have a greater chance of long-term success.
  • Outpatient Rehab – For those who cannot access inpatient programmes for whatever reason, outpatient rehab is available. These programmes are usually provided by the NHS and charities and offer the same treatments as inpatient programmes, just over a longer period. Outpatient programmes are less intensive and require the patient to be completely committed to the programme as he or she will also have to deal with everyday life while recovering.
  • Aftercare – Aftercare is an essential part of the recovery process when the recovering addict returns to daily life after treatment. It is important for recovering addicts to have sufficient support at this time due to the risk of relapse. Studies have shown that the first twelve months after rehab is the time when most will relapse. For that reason, aftercare is typically provided by rehab providers as part of their programme. There are other aftercare resources available from local support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous as well.

For more information on rehab in Derry, Recovery.org.uk can help. We can provide you with a free assessment of your situation before recommending the rehab provider that we feel best suits your needs. Contact us today via our 24-hour helpline to see how we can help you.

 
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