Swindon Drugs & Alcohol Addiction Rehab Clinic
Providing Treatment for Addictions including Alcohol and Drugs in Swindon
Gladstones Clinics private treatment for addiction and associated disorders, including mental health, in Chippenham.
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If you are living in Swindon and need help with one of the issues above call Freephone 0808 258 2350 for a confidential chat or email email@example.com
Alcohol Addiction Rehab in Swindon
At Gladstones Clinics we start with an alcohol addiction assessment. This will determine the extent of the client’s drinking problem, usually followed by an intensive medically supervised alcohol detox program.
Alcohol detox will rid the body of toxins safely and comfortably, and clients are under 24/7 medical supervision during this time. The physical addiction withdrawal symptoms, which at first seem unbearable, begin to recede and then vanish completely. Only at this point can the client begin rebuilding their sober life with a clear head. Alcohol detox is a critical preparation for the primary treatment phase which must follow next.
As hard as it can be to stop drinking initially, it is even harder to commit to stopping for good. Gladstones’ residential alcohol rehab program provides the right environment for lasting recovery. It will expose the addict’s inner motivations for drinking and teach them the strategies and coping mechanisms that allow for commitment to abstinence from alcohol once and for all.
Drug Addiction Rehab in Swindon
Gladstones’ private Drug Rehab Programs regularly treat people with illegal drugs and substance addictions. Our treatments typically include cocaine addiction treatment, heroin, cannabis, party drugs, speed and even prescription medications. All Gladstones clients are given a drug addiction assessment upon their arrival. Most will then undergo a medically supervised drug detox which will be made as comfortable as possible for them. Medically supervised drug detox is essential to ensure safety. It also manages the withdrawal symptoms, cravings and the emotional roller coaster ride associated with sudden abstinence.
All of our clients are clinically supervised 24/7 throughout the residential drug detox phase of treatment. Once drug detox is complete, clients can begin the intensive primary treatment phase of drug rehab. This is where counseling, group work, cognitive behavioural therapy and other treatment modalities are employed. These are designed to teach the client new skills and coping strategies that will equip them for long term abstinence and recovery from drug addiction.
Call us if you would like to discuss any aspect of drug rehab at Gladstones Clinic.
The Problem with Addiction in Swindon
Swindon’s Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) details substance misuse in the area. The report details the following key points –
- There were 17 deaths from drug misuse in Swindon in 2015-17. This is down by one third from a peak of 25 deaths in 2012-14 and equates to 2.4 per 100,000 people. This is lower than the England rate of 4.3 per 100,000.
- In 2016/17, there were 421 admissions to hospital related to alcohol for under 40s from Swindon. This equates to a rate of 403 per 100,000 people and is significantly higher than England and the South West. Swindon’s admission rates for females of all ages, other than under 18s, are also significantly higher than the England rates.
- In Swindon, in 2017, 55% of young people left treatment with U turn for substance misuse having achieved their treatment goals.
For more information on the JSNA visit – https://www.swindonjsna.co.uk/dna/substance-misuse
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We are able to support you or a loved one if you are suffering from any Drug and Alcohol problems. Call Freephone 0808 258 2350 for a confidential chat or email firstname.lastname@example.org .