Whether you are researching drug addiction treatment for yourself or for a loved one, you’re going to want to gain a full understanding of your options.
There isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach to overcoming addiction. Each person, situation and chemical dependency is different and no two journeys towards sobriety will be the same.
And because each person is different, the private drug treatment methods available should be too.
Today we are going to explain the different options available and where the right drug addiction treatment can take place for your unique situation.
Inpatient rehabilitation is designed to offer structured treatment in a substance-free facility with around-the-clock care and support on offer. Inpatient rehab is the best option for those battling chronic addiction, but it is also an ideal option for people that suffer from mental or behavioural disorders.
There are many benefits of attending inpatient rehab including:
Outpatient rehabilitation is another form of drug addiction treatment that can prove effective. Although outpatient rehab can offer many of the same types of treatment as inpatient rehab, it does come with its own pros and cons.
The top outpatient treatment concerns are:
Based on our own experiences and those of our clients, inpatient rehab is the most effective way to tackle addiction. Port of Call can put you in contact with a range of private drug treatment centres with immediate admission available, giving you the best chance of becoming sober. Get in touch with Port of Call today on 08000029010.
Port of Call has placed patients in a variety of inpatient rehab facilities, whether you or a loved one has an abusive relationship with prescription drugs, heroin, cocaine or cannabis.
There are a variety of private drug treatment methods available in rehab. If you’re unsure what happens in private drug treatment centres, you owe it to yourself to develop an understanding of the process and why it works. Here are the most powerful therapies for addiction recovery:
Cognitive behavioural therapy (also known as CBT) is based on the idea that your mindset, feelings and physical actions are linked. CBT suggests that negative thoughts can trap someone in a vicious cycle. By breaking down psychological issues into smaller parts, CBT aims to help deal with overwhelming feelings through changing negative patterns.
CBT helps patients to identify triggers that may cause them to turn to drugs and allows them to respond in an effective manner, without relapsing.
As a means of managing opioid dependency, this form of drug addiction treatment uses medications like methadone and buprenorphine to lessen the powerful craving your body has developed to opioids. The combination of medication with counselling therapy teaches a recovering user how best to manage their triggers for relapse and, in doing so, promotes extended periods of sobriety.
Using motivating incentives provides a reward for those in recovery to remain abstinent. Based on the long-standing principle that desired behaviours will reap benefits, CM is a form of private treatment for drug addiction that works because the belief is that abusing is heavily influenced by social and environmental factors. Contingency management or CM can effectively be used in conjunction with other treatments.
We hope this has provided you with a clearer understanding of the wide range of private drug treatment centres.
If you’d like to discuss a particular method of treatment or simply talk through your options with a member of our fully trained and dedicated team, get in touch with Port of Call by calling us on 08000029010 or email us at email@example.com.
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Alex is our admissions team leader. Over the last 5 years he has spoken with more than 10,000 people via our helpline and has organised over 1,000 detox and rehabilitation placements.
We’re specialists in UK rehab options and can advise you on alcohol rehab in the North West, drug rehab in the North West and other addiction support services in the area.