Often considered a highly effective method of tackling Alcohol addiction, alcohol rehab can be particularly successful for anyone who may have tried various other treatment options in the past. Alcohol rehab centres offer a rigorous, residential programme of support that assist in helping people manage both the psychological and physical elements of Alcohol addiction. The primary purpose of an alcohol rehab centre is to help clients become liberated from alcohol and get into long-term, active recovery.
Why go to an Alcohol Rehab Centre?
For dependent drinkers, becoming alcohol free is something that needs to be done in a safe and medically supervised environment. Private alcohol rehab centres have detox facilities for this very purpose. Once safely detoxed, Alcohol rehab programmes then help clients address the psychological aspects of addiction and acquire the tools they need for long-term recovery and to avoid relapse. To find out just how crucial Alcohol rehab centres can be in achieving active recovery, read through some of our real-life Alcohol recovery stories.
Which Alcohol Rehab Centre is best for me?
Choosing the ideal Alcohol rehab centre to meet your needs can often be a daunting task at a very confusing time. To help simplify this process and ensure your road to recovery is smooth and stress-free, read through this useful guide on how to choose rehab.
One of the biggest considerations for many people seeking help with Alcohol addiction is whether they can find a rehab centre within their locality, enabling them to receive continued support from loved ones nearby. It is for this reason that we have compiled a comprehensive directory to help you find Alcohol rehab centres near you, so that you can continue to access this support from your friends and family.
We work with 40 registered rehab clinics nationwide
to help you find the right one for you.
All clinics in our network are:
- CQC registered
- Safe, Caring and Effective
- Staffed by qualified clinicians, therapists and support staff
Top FAQs answers
How long does rehab last?
Most alcohol and drug rehab clinics offer primary treatment programmes that last 28 days. Shorter stays and longer stays are available at the majority of clinics. We can help you decide what will work for you.
What does rehab cost?
At Port of Call we work with a range of clinics and we can find something affordable for most callers. Low cost clinics tend to charge around £6,000 for 4 weeks treatment. Mid range clinics charge £9,000 - £12,000 and luxurious clinics charge up to £20,000.
Does my employer need to know I’m seeking help?
Most people with an addiction are in full time employment and most don’t want their workplace to know what’s happening for them. You can be granted a leave of absence without your employer being made aware that you are receiving treatment.
My family member is in denial – what do I do?
We have helped many family members encourage their loved one to seek help. If you call us we’ll take some time to get a sense of what’s happening and how you can intervene successfully.
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We don’t judge and we know how much courage it takes to ask for help.
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