If you’re fighting a drug or alcohol addiction and live in Walsall in the West Midlands, Which Rehab could be the answer to kicking your addiction once and for all.
We want to help as many individuals struggling from alcohol, drug or a behavioural addiction in the Walsall area as possible. The key to overcoming addiction is in accessing the most appropriate line of treatment for you as an individual.
Our alcohol and detox programmes match you to the most suitable clinical and therapeutic therapy to help you beat your addiction. Our knowledge and experience supports you in your battle against addiction, and we’ll find the right alcohol rehab or drug detox programme to meet your needs.
We know that, despite visible signs and the concerns of friends and family, many people simply refuse to accept they have a problem with drugs or alcohol. Accepting that there is an issue in the first place is often the hardest hurdle to overcome.
If your loved one or family member is clearly putting themselves at risk through their addiction but is unable to see or acknowledge the consequences of their actions, then they could benefit from a drug and alcohol intervention. Interventions offer you the opportunity to speak to a trained counsellor, who can helps people determine if they have a dependency and start the steps to getting you the help they need.
If you’re considering starting an alcohol detox or drug detox, look no further. Our residential rehab clinic in Birmingham is the leading centre and not far from Walsall, with highly trained medical staff provide round the clock care.
Our expert doctors, nurses and psychiatric specialists carry out a thorough assessment to establish your medical history and any past association with addiction, before you proceed with detoxification.
Next is the detox phase, where we’ll gradually wash any addictive substances from your system. This can lead to uncomfortable side effects but our medical team make sure you’re as comfortable as you can be with the use of any required medication.
As you got through the stages of your detox, our expert medical staff will monitor you carefully, Providing the care and attention you need to get you through. This is not an easy process but be assured our doctors and nursing staff will be on hand to support you throughout.
Once you have successfully completed the detox phase, regular therapy sessions can help guide you through the less visible aspects of addiction. Addiction counselling can prove very effective and helpful in overcoming alcoholism and drug addiction.
Our counsellors usually use a number of approaches for optimum effect over a course of counselling sessions.
You can speak to them in a group or individual setting to discuss any issues which could play a role in your dependency. We offer the best in contemporary therapy techniques such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Dialectical Behavioural Therapy and Integrated Counselling Therapy in the treatment of addiction.
To ensure your recovery continues smoothly following your detox, make use of our exceptional follow-up and aftercare service.
Our team helps you get back to your normal life as quickly as possible by offering the best outpatient care. This is an proven way to avoid relapse and for maintain your rehab therapy.
In the Walsall area, there are numerous other organisations offering support to help you keep your addiction at bay. These include the NHS, Social Work Services, Charity Rehabs as well as public and private partnerships. There are also fantastic group organisations like Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous and family support groups.
Your local GP is also a good source of support, but as with most NHS services, they can be under financial pressure, and you can end up experiencing long waiting times.
GPs will generally refer individuals to local specialist NHS services as they are not addiction treatment specialists. These include the Local Alcohol and Drug Partnerships (ADP) or Community Addiction Teams (CAT), all of which are fantastic services.
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
Website: www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk | Telephone: 0800 9177 650
Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a non-profit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs. There is only ONE requirement for membership, the desire to stop using.
Website: www.ukna.org/ | Telephone: 0300 999 1212
Cocaine Anonymous are a Fellowship of addicts who meet together to share our hope, faith, and courage for the purpose of staying sober and helping others achieve the same freedom. Everything heard at our meetings is to be treated as confidential. There are no dues or fees of any kind. To be a member, you only have to want to quit.
UK SMART Recovery (UKSR) is a registered charity which promotes choice in recovery through a national network of mutual-aid meetings and online training programmes with comprehensive teaching materials and manuals. Our Programme teaches rational, easy to learn and self-empowering skills to help participants abstain from any addictive behaviour and to develop a lifestyle that supports sustained recovery.