Brighton-and-Hove Drug & Alcohol Rehab Clinics

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95 Ditchling Rd, Brighton, Sussex, BN1 4ST

Brighton Rehab

Are you or your loved one looking for effective drug or alcohol addiction treatment? We can help. We can advise on treatment choices available to help you or a loved one overcome alcohol abuse or drug addiction.

Brighton rehab provides informed advice and support to people who are seeking recovery from drug and alcohol addictions in the Brighton area. Our service is 100 free and can be accessed 24 hours a day.

Our fully trained addiction specialists will discuss your situation with you and support you to identify the best options for private residential treatment. Confidentiality is assured. We take this very seriously. There is no obligation to take advice or access treatment. Brighton rehab will help you to find treatment for you or your loved one with just one phone call.

Seeking Support

Addiction can be very difficult to manage without some form of support. It’s important to find out about what treatment might be suitable for you in order to increase your chances of a successful recovery. There is help and support available to you but it can sometimes be difficult to know how to find and access treatment. There are many residential treatment centres for both alcohol and drug addictions.

It can be difficult to know which rehab is going to be effective. An effective rehab centre should have experience and qualified staff professional medical experts and access to necessary medication to allow you to detox safely. Taking the first step to address your addiction issues can be a difficult and worrying time. We aim to make this process much easier by on-going providing support and advice.

Phone Brighton Rehab now on 01273 803 390 for expert advice on the most suitable treatment to meet your needs, and start your recovery journey today.

Do I Have An Addiction Problem?

Sometimes it can be difficult to decide whether stopping drug or alcohol use is the best thing for you to do. If you are unsure if you have a problem with substances you can find out more on our pages about drug addiction and alcohol addiction.

You may be phoning Brighton rehab on behalf of a family member or friend. The person may be resisting treatment or refuse to recognise that they have a problem. We understand that this can be a difficult situation to manage and can provide advice on treatment which might be available and how to support the person to access treatment. The sooner you begin the process of enquiring the sooner your family member can get into treatment and start their recovery.

About us

Brighton Rehab will listen to your unique situation and provide support and advice. The helpline is 100% free and confidential. Our addiction specialists work with rehabilitation centres in the Brighton area and can discuss their treatment programmes with you.

It is important to gain all the relevant information and options before committing to treatment. There is no obligation to admit to treatment. Our staff will simply advise you on what they believe to be the best options for you. They will work with you to find the best treatment for you or your loved one.

Our Staff

Brighton rehab is effective in sorting out which programs and facilities would not suit a client, and which ones would be beneficial. Our addiction specialists would then present the options and put clients in touch with the clinic of their choice. By doing this, we ensure that people get the support required without the added pressure of trying to find right program on their own.

Brighton Rehab are staffed by addiction specialists who are compassionate and knowledgeable. They are trained in the field of addiction, and have experience working with multiple addictions in both drugs and alcohol. The staff will take the time to listen to hear about your current situation, and match you or your loved one to programmes we think would help them.

Confidentiality

Brighton Rehab can guarantee complete confidentiality. This is something we take very seriously. No personal information, for example emails, contact numbers or any other information you provide will be passed on without your prior consent.

Discussion about treatment

When you call us, we will start by asking you some basic questions about your current circumstances. This might include details about what substance you are struggling with, your current level of use, and any past attempts at treatment. From this, we will begin to narrow down the most suitable options for you for residential treatment. There is no obligation to go ahead with treatment.

Treatment Options

There are many different options for treatment for drug or alcohol addiction. Many people initially try to manage this on their own. Studies show that chances of recovery are much higher when attempted with support from a treatment provider.

Some choose to access supports through the NHS and in the community. This might include attending recovery meetings, or meeting with an addictions worker on a regular basis. Treatment in a rehab clinic has the best success rates of long-term recovery from addiction. The treatment centres we work with address both the physical and psychological issues which underpin the addiction. By doing this thoroughly in a safe and supportive environment, people leave these centres feeling equipped to manage their recovery from addiction on a day-to-day basis.

Cost of Brighton Rehab

Brighton rehab works with a variety of private treatment centres which can suit different budgets. Some offer finance options, which will allow you to pay for your treatment over a longer period. Cost of treatment will also depend on the length of time you require treatment. This might depend on the substance you are using, how much of it, and over how long a period. This would also take into account physical and mental health factors. Phone us to discuss what
residential treatments options may be available.

Emergency admission

We understand that you may be experiencing withdrawal symptoms and be looking for immediate treatment. Emergency admission can be facilitated if necessary at no extra cost, which can result in admission within 24-48 hours. We work closely with rehab clinics to ensure a quick and smooth entry into the treatment centre of your choice. However, these clinics may not all have rooms available on short notice.

What Should I Expect From Brighton Rehab?

The treatment clinics we work with are staffed with medical and therapeutic professionals who can support you through the physical detox, therapy and aftercare elements of treatment.

Stage 1: Physical detox

The safest way to begin your recovery is to undergo a medically supervised detox. This will allow you to physically detox without suffering from dangerous withdrawal symptoms. This can be done with the use of prescription medication, as prescribed by a medical professional. The rehab clinic should have medical staff who can prescribe, monitor and administer the correct medication to ensure your treatment is as comfortable as possible. The type of medication prescribed will depend on the type of substance used.

Stage 2: Therapy

Beginning your life without drugs or alcohol can be a big lifestyle change. Residential treatment will allow you the time and space to prepare for this in a safe and supportive environment. The skills, insights and tools you learn while in treatment will provide you with a strong starting point to begin your recovery out with the clinic.

A good therapeutic programme will first support you to look at the underlying issues behind your addiction. It will help you to reflect on your relationship with drugs or alcohol, and understand why this has become a problem in your life. It is important that treatment helps you to understand “triggers” for addictive behaviour. Triggers are events or circumstances that lead to using drugs or alcohol. Therapists will work with you to help you to identify these, and identify strategies for coping with them.

Therapy may also include building up your physical and mental health, by engaging in alternative treatments such as exercise, massage and others. These treatments can be effective ways for managing any underlying issues, such as anxiety and depression. Many people report that they use drugs and alcohol to cope with emotional problems. This section of the programme should help you to identify what these problems are, and develop healthy and sustainable coping mechanisms to manage these.

Stage 3: Planning long term recovery

When you leave treatment, you should have a clear plan of how to continue your recovery from addiction. This is a lifelong change and requires planning and commitment. The residential clinics will work with you to create this, to give you the best chance of success in your recovery. This might involve considering what triggers may exist for you when you leave treatment.

There may be certain situations where you feel you might be tempted to use drugs or alcohol again. By planning ahead for these situations, you can gain more control over the situation. Good residential treatment should work with you to provide a structured plan for your recovery, to reduce the chance of relapse.

Stage 4: Aftercare

Many treatment centres will provide options for you to continue receiving support after you leave treatment. This can be delivered either via phone or in person. Again, this is an important element of recovery. It can be helpful to have someone to talk to and keep updated on your progress as you gain more confidence in your recovery.

Length Of Treatment

The length of your stay in a residential rehab will depend on the type of programme you choose. We will also make a recommendation to you depending on various factors, including:

  • The type of substance being consumed
  • The length of time the person has been consuming it at this level
  • Physical and mental health
  • Cost of rehab

The cost of alcohol rehab treatment is extremely varied. This will depend on the centre, and length of stay. There are finance options available in some of the clinics that we work with. This may be more suitable for you if you are unable to afford upfront payment for residential treatment.

Call us now on 01273 803 390 for free advice and we’ll chat through the best treatment options for you.

Most can have a confirmed booking around 15 minutes later. Help is available.

  • Fully residential
  • Executive standard
  • Budget Options
  • Feel supported
  • Your own private room
  • Personally assigned care manager
  • Specialist therapeutic help
  • Trained addiction staff
  • Integration into mutual aid meetings
  • Custom solutions available
  • Low maximum occupancy

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

We also have rehab clinic locations throughout East-Sussex.

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