Lancashire Drug & Alcohol Rehab Clinics
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Alcohol Rehab Lancashire
Are you looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Lancashire? Serenity operates several world-class clinics in Lancashire with care delivered by leaders in addiction medicine.
Our rehab clinics in Lancashire provide outstanding standards of care. Our clinics offer a haven for rehab, and we will create a personalised recovery programme that tackles the source of your addiction, so you can go on to lead an addiction-free life.
With the right help and support, alcohol rehab Lancashire can change your life no matter your circumstances. Our Lancashire rehab centres have a proven track record, and we offer fast and immediate admission for those most in need.
We are here to help you get started with the right rehab clinic. Call us today on 0800 118 2892 to speak with our people about rehab in Lancashire. We will explain the next steps in simple terms and provide personalised advice. All advice is free and confidential.
Why Serenity for Rehab Lancashire?
Serenity firms believe that anyone can beat an addiction to alcohol or drugs, but only if they receive intervention and help at the right time.
Alcohol addiction isn’t something you should struggle alone with. With our alcohol rehab in Lancashire, you can get help and kick your habit for good.
With Serenity, you will participate in a medically assisted rehab programme that works on the physical and behavioural sides of your addiction, giving you the confidence to say no to drink and drugs and the ability to make better decisions.
Whether you enter a rehab clinic in Lancashire for alcohol or drugs, your care will be overseen by a world-class team of experts.
By choosing Serenity, you get access to:
- World-class Lancashire rehab
- Medically-assisted detoxification
- Inpatient and outpatient programmes
- Therapy and support
- Family support
- Immediate and rapid intervention
- Transport to and from the clinic
- 12 months aftercare
- Flexible payments – we accept most medical insurance, or you can spread the cost of rehab with a low-interest credit plan.
Reach out to us to discuss drug rehab in Lancashire, and we’ll take the time to explore the process with no judgement. We’re here to help.
Why Choose Rehab in Lancashire?
Lancashire is one of the most beautiful places for rehab in North-West England, with The Forest of Bowland on your doorstep.
If you live in Lancashire or have always wanted to visit, rehab in Lancashire makes sense.
Entering rehab in Lancashire is a good decision if you live in the county. Still, even if you don’t, the beautiful countryside and exclusive locations of our rehab clinics provide a welcome retreat from the normalities of everyday life.
Our rehab clinics offer luxurious accommodation and private grounds that you will be free to explore with other patients.
Your recovery programme will also participate in activities to keep your mind and body active. We want you to leave us feeling healthier than you ever have, so you will also have access to a personal trainer.
You will be looked after by a team of experienced medical professionals who have first-hand experience with addiction by entering our care.
Our trained team can treat a wide variety of mental health problems, including PTSD, OCD, anxiety, depression, bipolar and self-harm, so you receive the help you need as part of your recovery programme, which will be personalised to you.
We believe that anyone can beat addiction with the right help and support, and alcohol rehab in Lancashire is a beautiful place to start your journey to a healthier life.
Inpatient & Outpatient Rehab in Lancashire
There are two different types of rehab available to suit all patients. We also understand that all patients are different, which is why we always create personalised recovery programmes.
The two types of rehab in Lancashire are inpatient rehab and outpatient rehab. The level of help and support received differs between the two, so you must weigh up the pros and cons of both before deciding how to approach your recovery.
Inpatients stay in clinic accommodation and undergo their detox in a safe and controlled environment. This is the most comprehensive type of rehab, offering a break away from normal life and access to round-the-clock medical care.
Inpatients also enjoy a daily and weekly schedule packed with activities. These include SMART workshops, walking, cycling, horse riding and much more. Our aim with alcohol rehab Lancashire is to make it as enjoyable as possible and keep your mind and body active. Inpatient rehab helps us achieve this in a way outpatient care can’t.
Who is inpatient rehab for?
Inpatient rehab is for people at a high risk of relapse and those addicted to substances with dangerous withdrawal symptoms.
For example, we recommend inpatient drug rehab Lancashire for opiates, opioids, stimulants and drugs with dangerous withdrawal symptoms.
However, some alcoholics will need inpatient rehab if they have a history of relapse.
Outpatients perform a detox at home, so they do not benefit from a break away from normal life. This has the benefit of being cheaper at the expense of the detox being highly controlled.
The key consideration with outpatient care is whether the patient is at high to medium risk of relapse. With alcohol treatment in Lancashire and drug rehab in Lancashire, a high relapse risk is nearly always the case, so inpatient care is better. It’s also important to consider that the success rate with outpatient rehab is significantly lower.
Who is outpatient rehab for?
Outpatient rehab is for people at low risk of relapse and those addicted to substances that have manageable withdrawal symptoms.
For example, we recommend outpatient rehab for alcohol rehab Lancashire, proving the patient is healthy and at low risk of relapse.
For cocaine rehab Lancashire and other strong drugs, a home programme may not be successful.
If you are unsure which type of rehab is best for you, speak with one of our helpful addiction advisors on 0800 118 2892 for personalised advice.
Drug and alcohol rehab Lancashire prices
Before we discuss prices, it’s helpful to know that we accept most medical insurance for drug and alcohol rehab. Alternatively, we can put together a low-interest repayment plan to spread the cost.
Prices for rehab Lancashire depends on whether you are an inpatient or outpatient at our clinics and the duration of your treatment.
We provide free recovery assessments, and all plans include 12 months of free aftercare. So, you will only pay for the cost of your treatment.
Here are some price examples:
- Home detox programme: Prices start from £995 with a 4-week programme costing around £1,600.
- Inpatient rehabilitation: £1,500 to £18,000, with stays ranging from seven days to 3 months.
Of course, these prices are examples only. Visit our pricing page to find out more.
Facilities and Staff
Our rehab centres in Lancashire are run by experts in addiction medicine, including addiction psychiatrists, clinical psychologists and GPs.
We share resources across our network of rehab centres, so everyone receives the same high standards of care. Our Lancashire team is as experienced as any with significant professional training.
All our alcohol rehab Lancashire centres have access to the following staff:
- Dedicated GPs
- Clinical psychologists
- Consultant psychiatrists
- BACP accredited nurses
Your addiction team will include these experts, and we’ll put in place a support network to guide you after graduating from our care.
Stay at one of our Lancashire rehab centres, and you’ll enjoy a break away from normal life. Our rehab centres are safe spaces where you can relax, free from societal pressures and judgement.
As an inpatient, you will have a private bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, full access to clinic grounds, and a cooking and laundry service.
You will also participate in:
- Meditation sessions
- Anxiety workshops
- Educational workshops
- SMART recovery sessions
- Weekly outings and walks
- Weekly gym, swimming, and workout sessions
We host games nights, movie nights, art classes and other activities to keep you occupied throughout your alcohol rehab Lancashire.
What Does Rehab Involve?
First of all, speaking with our experts will help you understand the next steps and clarify your rehab clinic options. Rehab is different for everyone, so that personalised advice will come in handy.
We operate several rehab clinics in Lancashire that offer outstanding levels of care, and we can help you get into them quickly.
Once you have chosen a rehab Lancashire clinic to provide support, you will attend a clinical assessment either at the clinic or a private hospital so we can assess your physical and mental health. The results will be used to create a personalised rehab programme.
The detox stage of rehabilitation is what people fear most because it’s painful and stressful.
During your detox, you will abstain from the substances you are addicted to until all traces of them leave your body.
You will be cared for by our team of nurses and therapists and undergo a medically managed alcohol detox in Lancashire. You will also have a daily and weekly itinerary to keep your mind and body active, so you leave our care ready to start your new life.
Therapy forms an important part of rehabilitation because it targets the social and behavioural sides of addiction. You will participate in therapy sessions during your detox in Lancashire.
Two therapies that have seen excellent results are Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT).
Guided self-help is also useful because it builds resilience and improves decision making.
We’ll discuss the therapies available to you during your free rehabilitation assessment.
You will also have the opportunity to continue therapy after you leave the care of your rehab clinic Lancashire. Therapy can continue at the clinic, or you can meet up with a therapist at their practice.
Ongoing help and support
We will put in place a support network that you can access whenever you need someone to talk to.
All our patients receive 12 months of free aftercare and a contact book with phone numbers.
You may also benefit from a sponsor or key worker, although this depends on your needs, so we’ll explore these options with you at the time.
With our Lancashire rehab clinics, you will receive:
- A professional and confidential service
- A free drug assessment
- A bespoke rehab programme
- Treatment for any associated psychological problems
- A monitored detox, either as an inpatient or outpatient
- Family support, so everyone gets the help and support they need.
We have over a hundred rehab clinics in the UK, sharing resources to deliver the finest drug rehabilitation in Lancashire.
Addiction may be a complex disease, but we make rehab simple with good advice, proven treatments and a complete support programme.
Call us on 0800 118 2892 to get help in Lancashire. We are here to explore your Lancashire rehab options with you and get you into the right clinic quickly.
Get Started With Rehab Lancashire
Whether you or someone you know needs help with alcohol rehab Lancashire, Serenity offers free advice with no judgment.
To have a chat with an addiction expert, call the Serenity Centre helpline today on 0800 118 2892.
We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and our telephone counsellors can manage emergency admissions when required.
Lancashire Rehab Clinic
We understand that taking the decision to commit to rehab can be difficult, you can schedule a tour of one your local rehab centers to see the available facilities, resources and environment. This can help you with taking the first steps towards your rehabilitation
- Alcohol detox
- Drug home detox
- Alcohol rehab
- Drug detox
- Drug home detox
- Drug rehab
- Eating disorder treatment
- Process disorder treatment
- Counselling services
Our team has members that are recovering addicts themselves or have experienced a loved one with an addiction. This helps us have the best understanding of your condition, and create tailor-fitted treatment programme to ensure the success of your recovery from addiction.
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