Different treatments and stages of care are offered by different drug and alcohol providers Frequently, a continuum of care benefits individuals struggling with addiction with graduated levels of structure and support. Some, however, do well with mere primary care depending on inpatient treatment or rehab, while others, advance from primary care to the sober living house (tertiary treatment) especially those who need more support and a longer recovery period. A number of treatment facilities offer supplementary steps which may come in the form of secondary medical care. The level of treatment (primary, secondary and tertiary) is contingent on the patient's needs, financial plans plus other aspects.
After a thorough assessment the primary treatment is the first stage of recovery and consists of inpatient treatment or rehab. Clients benefit from intensive one-on-one and group counselling once the substance has left the body, which helps them understand how addiction affects the mind and body. In this greatly restorative atmosphere, patients learn coping methods, establish self-confidence, determine triggers, and deal with several psychological concerns which often go with dependency.
Involvement by the family is highly recommended.
The ongoing treatment gives the client the change to work with therapists who address psychological and emotional issues to allow a better understanding the behaviours that lead to addiction. This phase is helpful although it is less defined compared to primary medical care. It usually takes one to six months and is beneficial for individuals who require help learning to navigate daily life without substances.
The risk of relapse is high at this point of the treatment. Gaining control of their lives is helped through the process of learning to see the importance of responsibility and accountability of their own actions. Secondary medical care most of the time spans 1 to 6 months.
Tertiary Treatment (Sober Living Houses) Sober living houses assist individuals who require long haul guidance to steadily regain their life. During recovery, help of others as a support-system is a dangerous element. Calm living houses aren't generally "houses," however may comprise of condominiums, loft, or even private neighbourhoods of a few houses. Occupants often have to pay for their stay, food and lodging.
The structure of sober living houses differ, but the aim is to provide a secure, peaceful atmosphere for continued recovery as individuals adjust to a new, sober lifestyle.
Occupants of calm living houses are required to follow specific standards, regularly comprising of a check in time and cooperation in family errands. Personal responsibility is the main aim in a sober house. Freedom to do your own thing during the day but you will be expected to go to work or school. Random drug assessment is mostly conducted and those who resulted positive are required to leave the house and will be sent for primary medical care.
Our treatment is different At Alcohol Rehab Cheshire, confidential, in-patient treatment is followed by individual aftercare, in which each client is accompanied by a live-in therapist who travels with the client for a period of weeks or months - whatever is required to help the client settle into daily life and maintain a healthy routine that supports ongoing recovery. After this phase of treatment our advisor will available to the customer through telephone or Skype and can gain fruitful guidance and advice.