Rehab Kingston-upon-Hull provide advice and referrals for private addiction treatment – we’ll help you find the right treatment in the Kingston-upon-Hull area within your budget and to the standards you require.
There’s a lot of information online about various types of treatment, length of stay, from budget accommodation to luxury – we can cut through this, and advise you today, taking into consideration your all your needs from treatment, to accommodation, to your budget.
One of our partner clinics could be the right option for you and admission is possible within 24 hours. We offer telephone-based advice and referral service. Are you ready to reclaim your life?
- Confidential Advice
- Experienced Addiction Advisers
- Tailored To Your Needs
- Admit Within 24hrs
How Can Kingston-upon-Hull Rehab Help Me?
Rehab means you stay in a residential setting that treats alcoholism and drug addiction, including prescription drugs. The mind and body are affected by addiction, and rehab is a safe environment to begin the recovery healing process.
Typically, rehabs offer an intensive, individualised programme drawing on therapy such as CBT and facilitating models such as the 12 Steps.
What Is Typical Treatment In A Rehab?
Rehabs vary, but usually the following questions are tackled in order to develop relapse prevention tools throughout a programme, each tailored to your individual needs.
You may require a period of detoxification from alcohol or drugs. It is important that this process is professionally managed. At this stage, the best thing to do is pick up the phone and talk about how you are today – we provide excellent advice based on your current situation.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is often used in the rehab setting as it has been proven to have highly successful outcomes for the recovery community. Therapy might begin on day one, or shortly after admission – all depending on your detox needs.
Can a rehab help me with my feelings?
The recovery community within a rehab is diverse – addiction can affect anyone, regardless of gender, sexuality, profession – you are absolutely not alone. In such a supportive environment, your feelings will flourish and the feedback you gain will stay with you.
Will rehab help me with my physical health?
A healthy body is central to a healthy mind – some rehabs employ nutritionists and provide gym/swim facilities, all aimed to get back on track in terms of your diet and physical wellbeing.
Rehab is key in allowing you to address, not only your mind and your recovery goals, but also your body.
What is aftercare?
Aftercare is something that your rehab might raise a few weeks into your programme. Aftercare involves a plan of the steps you’ll need to take once you leave treatment. Aftercare involves lots of small plans – ongoing support, often including aftercare meetings at your chosen rehab.
What is a recovery community?
In rehab, you’ll meet lots of new people – the recovery group is a very powerful reminder of the importance and joy of sobriety and getting your life back. You’ll make friends, new life connections – this is at the heart of rehab. Change is possible – we have seen this many 100s of times.
New habits are formed – perhaps you’ll try some complementary therapy? Many rehabs offer mindfulness and yoga, among other things.
Our Promise To You
Open, honest advice – personal support from the first call to the aftercare recovery stage for you and your family. Clear treatment options from an experienced and qualified specialist addictions adviser based on your needs, budget and clinic options in the Kingston-upon-Hull area.
Call us now 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
- Travel taken care of
- Custom solutions available
- Low maximum occupancy
Rehab Kingston-upon-Hull recommends a clinician-led detoxification from drugs and alcohol where necessary to ensure safety and relative comfort. Medication is typically provided to help ease the effects of withdrawal – we can help you find the treatment you need.
Stopping alcohol consumption suddenly can be harmful – so please feel free to get in touch and we can provide advice on what your next steps should be.
The first stage of a detoxification process often involves a rest, medication and expert support and advice to help you cope with the first few days of your journey.
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-Yorkshire.