Drug & Alcohol Rehab Clinics Suffolk
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Getting Help in Suffolk
If you or a loved one are struggling with alcohol or drug addiction, it can be hard to find the appropriate help. The trouble is, the longer you go on without the proper treatment, the worse your symptoms can get.
Luckily, you can immediately get help from high-quality rehab centres in Suffolk so you can get started to yours or your loved one’s journey to recovery. Suffolk is recognised for its high standard of treatment and it can all start with a simple call to the Serenity Centre helpline on 0147 3396 315
Our dedicated staff are waiting to give you free advice and guidance on your addiction. They can tell you whether you need professional help and what the best options are in Suffolk, including NHS clinics, private clinics, support groups, therapists and more.
Why choose Suffolk for alcohol or drug rehab
Here at Serenity Centres, we know that everybody is a little different. This is why our clinics in the Suffolk area provide personalised treatment programmes based on your specific needs and requirements. This allows us to deliver the best possible results by focusing on the techniques that work best for you, and not wasting time with treatments that won’t help.
Travelling for treatment can be not only stressful and anxiety provoking, but can even put you off attending a rehab clinic in the first place. If you are suffering from alcohol or drug dependency, the single most important thing is that you get the help you need, which is why it’s such good news that Suffolk has access to top quality rehab clinics & holistic facilities in order to treat those who need it most.
Our world-class team includes doctors, therapists, nurses and support workers, many of whom have beaten addictions themselves. This wealth of experience allows us to build a unique, effective programme based on your needs and the symptoms you are experiencing.
Inpatient & Outpatient Rehab in Suffolk
There are plenty of facilities available for both inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation in Suffolk. Outpatient treatments can involve detoxing yourself from home whilst regularly keeping in touch with our staff for progress checks. You may occasionally be required to attend a therapy session but in general outpatient rehab can be completed from the comfort of your own home.
In extreme cases where you have been using drugs or drinking alcohol for a long period of time, an outpatient rehab programme may not be enough. If this is the case you will need to attend one of our rehabilitation centres. Our centres are designed around being as relaxed and comforting as possible, and there are facilities in Suffolk meaning there’s no need to travel.
If you are unsure about whether outpatient or inpatient treatment is best for you, the best first step is to simply call us and discuss your problems, which method you would personally prefer and why.
We will be able to explain in detail which option will work best for you and work out an effective recovery plan.
What Does Rehab Involve?
The first step of attending rehab is, of course, giving us a call. This will allow you to discuss your drug use or drinking addiction with one of our experienced specialists. From there, if you both agree that attending a rehabilitation centre is the best way forward, we can find the best rehab clinic in the Suffolk area and book you in.
Once you’re an inpatient at a rehabilitation clinic, your recovery programme will be custom built for you based around what the rehab clinic doctors think will work best for you. Rehab clinic recovery programmes make use of a variety of techniques to keep you engaged and focused on the end goal.
- Be prescribed medications to help with the withdrawal symptoms
- Be invited to attend group discussions with other people struggling with addiction
- Receive holistic therapies such as massages and relaxation techniques
- Practice Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) with a qualified therapist
- Have regular checkups with the doctor to see how things are going and make changes to your recovery plan
This combination of many different factors and proven techniques will keep you on the path to recovery at all times, and before you know it you’ll be back at home in your day to day life, but completely free from your addiction! We do also provide a complete aftercare programme so that we are immediately on hand if any relapses or issues do occur.
If you think attending a rehab clinic might be the right move for you, you can go to our Admissions page to schedule a free tour of one of our facilities in Suffolk, which can be helpful in learning more about what we do and of course putting your mind at ease.
Rehab Fees & Admission in Suffolk
To get started in your journey to recovery, the first step is to call the Serenity Centre helpline on 0147 3396 315 for a free no-obligation advice. We aim to be available 24hrs a day, 7 days a week and our telephone counsellors can manage emergency admissions when required. Visit our admission page or learn more about our pricing for more information.
Rehab Clinic Suffolk
Address: Saracens House, 25 St. Margaret’s Green, Ipswich, Suffolk IP4 2BN
Telephone: 0147 3396 315
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.
We have the best rehab centres all across the UK. If you prefer another location than Suffolk, click here to locate the best location for you or your loved ones. Otherwise, feel free to call us at 0800 118 2892.