Breaking free from drug or alcohol addiction involves eliminating physical and psychological dependence and addressing the harmful behavioural issues that initially lead to addiction. Trying to stop using drugs without professional help can be challenging, and at times dangerous, where physical dependence needs to be overcome. All forms of alcoholism and drug addiction affect physical and mental health. Frequently it is the behavioural aspects of an addiction that are most apparent and troubling for friends and family. For the rehab process to be successful, significant behavioural changes are needed whilst in treatment. The recovery success rates depend entirely on the individual’s willingness for change and commitment to those changes long-term. All good rehab facilities in Scarborough should offer person-centred treatment which includes a comprehensive screening process. The treatment plan should be tailored to the needs of each individual, with regular monitoring and progress reports throughout the programme.
Individuals receive treatment on a group and one-to-one basis, and have a customised treatment and recovery programme developed to fully address their specific needs. A psychiatric evaluation should also be carried out by certified psychiatrists.
We also offer free group sessions for families or anyone closely connected to the individual.
These groups provide guidance and support network built and an understanding of addiction acquired. All of which can contribute to ongoing long-term recovery for both addicts and family members.
Rehab empowers people who are struggling with addiction to live meaningful lives without the need for any substances including alcohol. Qualified professionals promote an environment that is supportive, caring and compassionate, so that individuals can begin the healing process and walk along the road to long-term recovery. However, residential programs vary widely and a person struggling with drug or alcohol dependency will not always know what the ideal residential treatment program looks like. It is vital that before deciding upon a residential programme, you know exactly what treatment options and aftercare are available as part of the programme. Any rehab programme should include family therapy, individual therapy, and group therapy. Medical staff should be available 24-hours a day to guide individuals through the detox stage, and help with any concerns they might have regarding detox medication and psychotherapy. Residential programmes should give free aftercare as part of all good programmes, and should agree to regular sessions to aid long-term recovery.
All rehab facilities in the UK are regulated by, and must be registered with, the Care Quality Commission (CQC). The CQC provide a rating of each individual rehab ranging from “Inadequate” to “Outstanding”. To find out how a rehab is performing, the best place to look is the CQC website, as this will identify any potential issues with an individual facility.
If you or a loved one are seriously struggling with addiction, private rehab provides:
When making enquiries, ask about the therapy programmes available to you. All good rehabs should have a few different therapeutic models to help those with psychological issues. If the individual is still dealing with mental health problems, it is worth asking the centre if they have a specialism in dual-diagnosis treatment. Dual-diagnosis is the presence of addiction and mental health conditions, in order to effectively treat both a specialised treatment is needed. Therefore, a good rehab centre should be licensed to treat both mental health disorders and addiction – with the experience to treat substance disorders without impeding on any existing mental health issues (such as bipolar or depression). Several considerations should be made for the individuals well-being where dual diagnosis is involved – such as any therapy undergone prior to rehabilitation and the use of currently prescribed psychiatric medication. The first stage of rehab is detox. Detox works to eliminate mind-altering substances from the body before psychological treatment can commence.
Detox is a treatment that intends to break both the physical and psychological addiction caused by drug and alcohol misuse. A medical detox can be defined as medically-assisted, as often detox medication is provided to alleviate many of the dangerous symptoms associated with withdrawal. Detox medication is not always needed, and is usually confined to individuals who are dependent on opiates, benzodiazepines, alcohol,and barbiturates. As part of a person centred approach, medical professionals will decide whether the individual requires a medically-assisted detox, with special considerations around the individuals needs and any existing mental health conditions. The detox phase is recommended within a residential setting, so that medical professionals can properly assess withdrawal symptoms and any health complications the individual may be facing.
Once the individual completes their detox, they will move on to the rehabilitation phase. Clinicians focus on person centered treatment utilising a wide variety of therapeutic models. One-to-one sessions should involve the use of psychotherapy as Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) or Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), amongst others. Group sessions should usually take the form of talking therapies, but may include other forms of psychotherapy such as Art Therapy, Drama Therapy, and Meditation. The goal for individuals is to create the optimal environment to explore new ways of thinking, to form bonds with peers and to seek healthy, rewarding stimuli without the need for drugs or alcohol.
Most inpatient programmes vary from 14 days up to 90 days, but the length of stay will often depend on the circumstances of the individual. Extended rehab programmes have been shown to , so it may be that longer rehab programmes are a better choice. Some inpatient rehabs offer “detox only” options – but uk-rehab does not endorse this – as detox alone rarely addresses the underlying causes of addictions. For optimal recovery consider a 60-90 day programme. This will give you plenty of time to acclimatize to a substance free life, and allows the therapy to have a long-lasting impact on emotional and spiritual well-being.
Detox makes up a sizable portion of the overall cost of rehab, as well as the length of stay and services provided. Other considerations include location and amenities. Typically, inpatient rehab centres price a 30-day treatment at £5000 – £10000. Cost should not be a barrier to getting addiction treatment, as often maintaining an addiction incurs a far greater cost longer-term. Consider the amount of money you spend to maintain your drug habit and the health ramifications caused by substance abuse. Private insurance can sometimes be accepted by rehabs, but you must make sure your insurance provider covers addiction treatment.
The nearest CQC-registered rehab clinic we recommend Scarborough is Oasis Recovery Bradford. This Rehab provides a comprehensive addiction treatment programme for alcohol and drug related addictions, has a good/outstanding CQC rating, offers treatment plans for mental health conditions, and has a year of free aftercare available for both the individual and their families. If you would like to seek addiction treatment in another location, UKAT provide a number of rehab facilities throughout the UK, all of which provide the same level of service and expertise. For more information on UKAT, speak to their addiction treatment specialists on +44 2039 496 584.
UKAT are proud to offer Oasis Recovery Bradford is our addiction treatment facility just 18 miles away in West Yorkshire.
Oasis Recovery Bradford provides a safe, supportive environment, where clients can complete a medically supervised detox from drugs and/ or alcohol, or stabilise their use safely with medical support and within a specialist treatment setting.
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North Yorkshire Horizons is one of the free services offering a range of confidential and non-judgemental help for individuals and their families. If your life has been affected by drugs or alcohol, you can easily reach out to them without the pressure of funding the consultation being in the way of your healing. North Yorkshire Horizons operates from five main Hubs across the county: Harrogate, Northallerton, Scarborough, Selby, and Skipton.
Compass REACH - Young People
Telephone: 01609 777 662
Address: County Hall, 1 Racecourse Lane, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, DL7 8AD
Website: Compass REACH - Young People website.
Compass REACH helps young people who are struggling with risk taking behaviour. They proide support and aid in order to make positive lifestyle changes, focusing on the oerall improval of long-term health, resilience, and emotional wellbeing.
North Yorkshire Horizons
Telephone:01723 330 730
Address: 5 The Applegarth, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, DL7 8LZ
Website: North Yorkshire Horizons website.
They provide range of support including structured counselling, day programmes, and detox or rehab programmes. You can access their services from anywhere in North Yorkshire
York Drug and Alcohol Service
Telephone: 01904 464 688
Address: 3 Blossom Street, York, North Yorkshire, YO24 1AU
Website: York Drug and Alcohol Service website.
Changing Lives is a nationwide, registered charity. They provide specialist support for thousands of vulnerable people and their families. They can help people from all ages find solutions to problems such as homelessness, domestic violence, addiction, and long-term uneployment.
Addiction support groups are specifically focused on substance abuse and behavioural addictions and the issues associated with recovery. Support groups are normally focused on a specific type of addiction which separates one group from another. This makes it easier for members to focus and feel as if their particular issues are being addressed by others who share their same experiences.
What is NA?
NA (Narcotics Anonymous) is a non-profit fellowship for all people whose lives have become unmanageable through the use of drugs. Everyone in attendance is looking to abstain from drug use and find a new way to live by following the programme. There are no fees, as this is a work devoted to helping through sharing experiences and communication rather than using professional therapists, counsellors and medication as in a fully fledged rehabilitation clinic.
Anonymity is a vital factor of the fellowship to enable everyone to attend without fear of social repercussions.
What is AA?
Like NA, AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) is a non-profit fellowship for all people whose lives have been negatively affected by alcohol misuse. These meetings are held throughout the week and can be beneficial for anyone seeking help after having undergone a structured detox or rehab programme. Even if they have not, however, people can still attend meetings and get to know others who share their pain and addictions. It is a useful place to learn about local treatment options available to people from North Yorkshire and the nearby counties.
Harrogate Baptist Church, Victoria Ave
Wednesdays at 8:00pm
St Peter’s Church, Cambridge Rd
Wednesdays at 7:00pm
Friends Meeting House, 12 Queen Parade
Thursdays at 8:00pm
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Step Working Guide
The Rainbow Centre, Parish House, Castle Road
New Life Baptist Church
52-54 High Street
Rear Ground Floor
Bowes Morrell House, 111 Walmgate
See the full list of NA meetings in and around North Yorkshire