Norfolk Alcohol and Drug Rehab Clinics
Do you live in or around the Norfolk area, are you or a loved one battling with addiction and the misery it brings? There will never be a better time to take a positive step towards recovery than right now.
Addiction is defined as not having control over doing, taking or using something to the point where it could be harmful to you , it is actually difficult to manage without specialised help. We are able to help and care for people who live in Norfolk. Call us now for FREE and confidential admissions advice.
Residential Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Norfolk
Do you, a loved one or even a work colleague have an issue with alcohol, drug use, or other addictive behaviour and live in the Norfolk area? Are you looking for help? There are many reasons why you might be searching for drug and alcohol rehab in Norfolk. Anyone can develop a drug or alcohol addiction at a point in their life, and while it can sometimes be triggered by an event or circumstances, there will often be an underlying need or issue that has not been addressed that causes these behavioural conditions. The Recovery Trust members don’t judge people for their addictions, we simply try to help them understand the underlying causes and lead them towards recovery through our best practice rehab approaches.
Is Residential Rehab treatment for me?
Whether you have an alcohol addiction, drug addiction, gambling addiction, prescription drug or any other type of behaviour that is compulsive, you’ll no doubt be overwhelmed by the choice when you search online. These range from home detoxes to alternative therapies and outpatient clinics. It can be difficult to decide which type of addiction treatment options might work best for you.
Many people think that it might be possible to do rehab as an outpatient. Experience and science show that for the vast majority – an extended period of residential rehab, where you are supported in safe surroundings is the best way forward. People in recovery find it difficult to be in their home environment after all this is might be the place where the temptation to drink or use drugs is most acute.
During private residential rehab, clients are supported through the detox phase and encouraged to open up during group therapy and one to one sessions. The programmes involve intensive drug and alcohol counselling and also cover workshops on relapse prevention, setting yourself up for the best chance of success. The aim isn’t just to get you off drugs and alcohol, but to ensure you have a comprehensive ‘box of tools’ you need to stay sober for the rest of your life.
It can also help to spend time away from the home environment, especially if you have a difficult home situation or could be influenced by friends who drink or use drugs. While several months or so, sounds like a long time to be away – when you look at the rest of your life, it’s going to be a fantastic investment and as we know time flies by. It’s well worth the effort to get the rehab help freeing you from the misery of alcoholism, drug abuse or other damaging behaviour.
Who can use a Recovery Trust Centre?
You don’t need a referral from your GP, we have our own admission processes and we will assess your needs and work our which centre will be best for you.
Criteria such as location (ease of friends and family visiting once you are established), in house detox facilities, some centres are male or female only, specialist needs such as dual diagnosis, 12 Step programmes, Follow on Housing and ‘Mother and Baby’ facilities.
You will be with other recovering addicts, people walking the same journey as yourself – although they may be at a different stage to you. At the Recovery Trust, we don’t believe that any addict is better than another for example that a habitual drinker is better than a heroin user. Everyone will be encouraged to support one another and helping others is often regarded as a key component of many recovery programmes.
Listed Common Addictions
Addictions – Substance
Alcohol, Tobacco, Opioids (like heroin), Prescription drugs (sedatives, hypnotics, or anxiolytics like sleeping pills and tranquilizers), Cocaine, Cannabis (marijuana), Amphetamines (like methamphetamine, known as meth), Hallucinogens (LSD, Mushrooms), Inhalants
List of Addictions – Behavioural
Food (eating), Sex Pornography (attaining, viewing), Using computers / the internet, Playing video games, Working, Exercising, Spiritual obsession (as opposed to religious devotion), Pain (seeking), Cutting, Shopping, Gambling
What’s Next once I’ve Completed Rehab?
When you leave rehab the first few months or year is going to be the most difficult to get through, all centres will have their own aftercare programmes. The centre will also help you access support services around the Norfolk area. Sometimes this means lining you up with new interests and pastimes, maybe following on from the new skills and life skills you have learned and begun to practise and hopefully enjoy. For some, it may mean helping with follow-on housing and getting into a better living environment and situation.
Covid 19 Precautions
All our facilities are continuing to operate, and most are able to accept new admissions, but with modified operating procedures to respond to the Covid 19 outbreak. This is subject to change following the best advice from Government and local conditions.
If you’re considering drug and alcohol rehab in Norfolk, call a Recovery Trust centre and we’ll be happy to talk you through the treatment offered for drug and alcohol addiction.