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Why a Rehab Centre? A residential detox centre will provide a safe environment to detox from drugs and alcohol. Once an individual is physically addicted to drugs and/or alcohol the detoxification process requires medical supervision. Following detox, the individual can then enter a programme of rehabilitation with various aftercare options available, all of which improve the individuals chances of long-term success.
This Clinic in the Birmingham area specialises in treating heroin addiction patients , offering clients a proven and first-rate rehabilitation programme. The programme treats all addictions; chemical & behavioural.
Our primary aim is to provide a safe, structured and supportive environment in which people can be helped acquire the necessary skills and strategies needed to break the cycle of drug addiction.
The Clinic offers a therapeutic environment in which individuals are encouraged to take responsibility for change in order that they may develop the resources required to lead more fulfilling lives. The addiction programme treats all chemical and behavioural addictions including heroin addiction and it is our belief that successful recovery is dependent on abstaining from all mood altering chemicals and behaviour.
The purpose of the Oxfordshire is to help Professionals struggling with alcohol/drug dependency and co-occurring mental health difficulties regain their lives (personal and occupational).
We are a modified, democratic therapeutic community that offers a specialist and confidential treatment service where addicted professionals can recover in a healing and safe environment.
A resident's length of stay will be determined by the treatment requirements and progress throughout treatment. We offer a primary care 6-week programme followed by up to a further 6-8 weeks of extended care if necessary. The programme includes five years aftercare and a family programme.
Being in a dedictated programme treated with peers that offer both primary and secondary care is a new approach in the UK whereas in North America it is considered the norm for dedicated Professionals Programmes. These programmes have shown 78-90% recovery rates compared to 30-52% recovery rates for short-term non-dedicated services in the UK.
The treatment centre’s programme of recovery offers comprehensive abstinence-based treatment and care for people who have problems with alcohol or drug use. The daily programme is highly structured and is designed to help clients to recognise and accept the extent of their chemical dependency initially, and then to develop the skills and attitudes necessary for a happy and successful long-term recovery. Regular individual counselling sessions help clients to identify and overcome any underlying personal issues that could interfere with the recovery process. Our location on the border with England and Wales puts us within easy reach of a wide range of leisure and exercise opportunities. This allows us to introduce clients to a wide range of therapeutic pursuits as part of the weekend programme.
NA meetings are held all across the UK and provide a network of support or a form of self-help for drug addicts. NA meetings are based upon the foundations of the AA movement; they are spiritual, not religious, there is no requirement to talk at a meeting and anonymity is protected rigorously. Drop out rates are high, but for those that remain abstinence rates are excellent.
The following are a list of meetings close to you.
|Birmingham||Trinity Methodist Church Farnham Road||Monday||7:45|
|Dudley||The Gallery 1 Castle Street||Sunday||6:30|
|Halesowen||Zion Christian Centre Little Cornbow Halesowen||Tuesday||7:30|
|Birmingham||1st Floor, The Terrace, Handsworth CDT Osborn House 55 Terrace Road||Friday||2:00|
|Birmingham||The Manor, Woodbourne Priory Hospital 21 Woodbourne Road, Edgbaston||Wednesday||7:45|
AA meetings are held all across the UK and provide a network of support or a form of self-help for alcoholics. AA meetings are spiritual, not religious, there is no requirement to talk at a meeting and anonymity is protected rigorously. Drop out rates are high, but for those that remain abstinence rates are excellent.
|Dudley Open||Dove House, Bushey Fields Hospital, Russell's Hall.||Saturday||18|
|Dudley The Gallery||The Gallery, 1 Castle St||Tuesday||12|
|Birmingham Perry Barr||St Teresa's RC Church, The Presbytery, Wellington Rd,||Tuesday||20|
|Perry Barr St Theresa's Open||St Theresa's Church, The Presbytery, Wellington Rd||Thursday||20|
|Blackheath/rowley Regis||The Flame Community Centre, Beeches Rd, Rowley Regis||Thursday||20|
The NHS provides limited help for alcohol addicted individuals. Limited residential clinic spaces and more likely, outpatient services including counselling can be accessed – although the waiting list can be lengthy.
|Anchor Project||2 St Michaels Court, Victoria Street||West Bromwich||B70 8ET||0121 500 5852|
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