For people with drug & alcohol problems

Your Guide to Rehab: Why it’s necessary and why it could save your life.

Residential rehab

 The harsh truth of alcoholism and use is that it can kill you.

Effective & Proven Treatments: Why You Should Choose Residential Rehab

Residential rehab is the most intensive form of alcohol and drug rehab treatment available and can be a life-changing experience.

Private residential rehabilitation provides a safe and understanding environment with round-the-clock medical care and a dedicated personalised treatment plan. 

Residential rehab is focused on abstinence from all drugs and alcohol.

According to the WHO, it was discovered that “The harmful use of alcohol results in 3.3 million deaths each year.”

For complete information about private rehab (costs, admission procedure, choosing a rehab centre, etc), visit our private drug and alcohol rehab section.

Length of stay at a private residential rehab

Patients are usually admitted into treatment at a private clinic or hospital from four weeks to 6 months, depending on the severity of the addiction.

Depending on the severity of the addiction, the best results are achieved when people stay in treatment for at least 12 weeks.

Detox can take place before admission or on arrival alongside other therapies.

Treatment at a private residential rehab clinic

This is a hands-on approach using many therapeutic methods to encourage you to be more active and expressive.

“The staff here are experts in what they do, highly qualified, the programme is intensive but it doesn’t feel like a hospital, more like a beautiful country house where people get their lives back on track. It is a place of change.” – Alexander J.

Highly-recommended private rehab resort, Castle Craig is located in the middle of the countryside and surrounded by breathtaking views.

Offering patients the chance for total immersion, Castle Craig boasts impressive success rates for long-term recovery through experiential therapies and treatment.

Check out the facility.

More advantages of carrying out your treatment with Castle Craig include:

  • Specialist aftercare programme that includes further therapy, support and group family sessions.
  • Competitive and affordable treatment rates that can be funded through private medical insurance, private paying or NHS funding.
  • Special support for families during this time, which includes family counselling and transparent communications.
  • Fully private and confidential

For more reasons why you should choose Castle Craig, click here. Or book your free no-obligation assessment here.

Models of alcohol & drug rehab treatment

Some residential rehab clinics specialise in a particular model of treatment such as the Minnesota Model, also known as 12 Step Treatment, some specialise in who they treat e.g. males or females, young people or adults.

Some provide services for drugs and/or alcohol addiction as well as other addictions such as gambling or sex addiction and other mental health problems e.g. executive burn-out and stress, anxiety, eating disorders.

Aftercare should be provided at the end of treatment.

For advice on choosing the right treatment method, read more here.

Why you should NOT delay treatment

The harsh truth of alcoholism and use is that it can kill you.

People dying from alcohol-related incidents on the road account for 28% of all collisions and accidents, not to mention the 7,551 registered deaths in the UK due to alcohol-specific causes.

If you are reading this now, you have likely hit rock bottom and you have recognised the need for professional intervention.

There’s no shame in needing help.

Many of the patients we meet all have underlying issues such as depression, anxiety and let stress take over their lives.

If the root cause of your problem is not dealt with appropriately then rebuilding your life will be near impossible.

We can help

We’ve treated over 10,000 patients in thirty years.

72.3% of our visitors have left our residential rehabs feeling better and attaining long-lasting recovery and abstinence.

Contact us today to discuss your problems through with one of our specialist therapists.

Last Updated on July 20, 2020 by Alison