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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centres in West Yorkshire

When it comes to drug and alcohol rehab in West Yorkshire, there are plenty of options for those affected. As well as services provided by the NHS, private clinics, charities and local counsellors are operating in and around the area to ensure that everyone affected by addiction can access the treatments that will help them to recover.

These organisations offer a choice of inpatient and outpatient programmes; here at Recovery.org.uk, we can help you to determine the type of treatment that will suit you best. When it comes to those with the most severe addictions, we believe that residential treatment is always the best option where appropriate, and we will work hard to find a suitable alcohol or drug rehab in West Yorkshire for clients. However, we know that inpatient treatment is not always possible, so in this case, we will find a suitable outpatient programme instead.

Since we are not tied to any particular rehab facility, we are free to refer our clients to any organisation that we deem appropriate for their specific requirements. Furthermore, as there are so many options for rehab in West Yorkshire, we will have no problem matching you to a provider where your needs and circumstances will be met fully.

Deciding Who Would Benefit from Residential Rehab in West Yorkshire

The severity of a person’s addiction is often the deciding factor when it comes to determining whether he or she would be best suited to an inpatient or outpatient rehab programme. We believe that residential care is an appropriate treatment option for all types of addiction no matter how severe. However, some people simply cannot attend an inpatient programme for a variety of reasons.

Nevertheless, when it comes to assessing how severe an addiction is, there are three levels that we usually look at including:

  • Casual Use – Casual use or misuse of a drug or alcohol does not make that person an addict or in need of rehab. Those that drink more than the recommended weekly guideline allowance of fourteen units of alcohol could be classed as alcohol abusers, but if they are not doing this on a regular basis, and if this does not interfere with normal life, they probably do not have too much to worry about.
  • Substance Abuse – Casual or habitual use can lead to substance abuse, and at this point, a person’s substance use has started to interfere with his or her normal daily functioning. As the person begins to have less and less control over substance use, he or she will be heading for trouble. At this stage, the affected person may not have a full-blown addiction but could still benefit from treatment to prevent things from spiralling out of control.
  • Addiction – Once you lose control of your substance use and it has begun to have a negative impact on almost every aspect of your life, you will be in the realms of addiction and will, therefore, need professional help.

Recovery.org.uk can provide a full assessment of your illness to determine how severe it is. We will ask questions about your substance use now and in the past, and we will want to know the type of substances you have used as well as the frequency of your substance abuse. We can then determine the best course of action regarding helping you overcome your addiction.

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What to Expect from Alcohol or Drug Rehab in West Yorkshire

Rehab in West Yorkshire tends to be either inpatient or outpatient based; below is a brief guideline of what to expect from each:

Inpatient Programmes

Inpatient programmes tend to be mostly provided by private clinics in and around the area. The programmes on offer usually last for between six and eight weeks, although they may be longer for patients who have more than one addiction or are also dealing with mental health issues.

Private residential clinics will typically provide a private or semi-private room with communal spaces for dining and interacting with other patients. Much of your time will be taken up with treatments that could include cognitive behavioural therapy, individual counselling, 12-step work and group therapy sessions. Some clinics also incorporate alternative therapies into their programmes such as yoga, meditation, music therapy, and sports therapy.

Patients will have constant access to care and support throughout their stay while the distraction-free environment will allow them to fully focus on their recovery and nothing else.

Outpatient Programmes

An outpatient programme is far less intensive than inpatient treatment but no less effective in terms of helping addicts to recover. Similar treatments will be provided, but patients will not have to stay at the clinic, and the programme will last longer.

The duration of the programme will vary from one facility to the next and will depend on the number of treatment hours the patient must attend each week. Some outpatient programmes require patients to attend the facility daily, whereas others will provide counselling and therapy sessions once or twice per week.

 

Featured Drug and Alcohol Rehabs in West Yorkshire

There are verious types of rehab centres available in West Yorkshire, including inpatient alcohol rehab, luxury alcohol rehab, and private drug rehabs.

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Moving on after Drug and Alcohol Rehab

The comfort and security of a drug or alcohol rehab in West Yorkshire and other parts of the UK can be difficult to leave behind, but the reality is that it must come to an end and the recovering addict must return to normal living.

Saying goodbye to rehab can be difficult for many individuals who fear they will struggle to stay sober alone. Let us point out right now that you will not be alone when your rehabilitation programme comes to an end. Aftercare is an essential part of the recovery process, and most clinics will offer this service as part of their programme.

You will not be left to your own devices once your programme finishes; you will still have access to your counsellor or therapist, and for up to a year in many cases. You can also join a local support group, and we encourage you to do so. Local support groups can be a hugely beneficial resource and one that you can rely on whenever you are struggling.

For more information on aftercare or drug and alcohol rehab in West Yorkshire, contact us here at Recovery.org.uk today.

 
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