How We Work At Cheshire Located Drug Rehab Cheshire
A kind family atmosphere and a feeling of understanding, of optimism, of faith, are always present in every one of our rehab facilities that you choose to visit.
Sadly most people who we work with are only familiar with behaving in such a manner that attends to their main focus - to get away from reality and to dodge negative emotions and thoughts that they're re-enforcing and experiencing all the time.
Many people addicted to drugs and alcohol live in a world that doesn't follow the normal rules and societal 'standards'. Often they have ineffective limits and their behaviours can sometimes be immoral and go against what they recognize is the right thing to do.
Regrettably, as they go along their every day lives, they develop inappropriate tendencies which become habits eventually; for instance if they lie, they themselves actually believe it. Broken relationships are often the only surrounding in which some of our patients know how to act; the embarrassment and guilt they feel don't allow them to seek help or to apologize and they are not able to experience real love. Their uncontrollable, egoistic chase for substances leaves them without time or desire to worry about others since they are also not able to worry about themselves.
Basically at Drug Rehab Cheshire, what we endeavour to do is change. The primary thing which needs to be done is to get the patient away from the substance which can be fulfilled only through a comprehensive detox procedure.
Drug Rehab Cheshire is able to deliver clinically-monitored withdrawal which is also supervised by expert physicians and looked after by our efficient medical staff.
When a person's body is finally free of the substance they have been abusing, we can then begin to focus on helping the spirit and mind through the primary, secondary and day-care rehabilitation treatments we offer.
We offer a secure and protected atmosphere for individuals to rediscover themselves by assessing their views, feelings, their past and their future plans. We also offer discipline and positive patterns through our surroundings filled with rules and limitations. Basic rules like not showing up at group late, demonstrate to our clients that the outside world has conventions that exist to keep people secure and ensure just treatment. We give our clients optimism - we show them that they too can get better when they see that our Counsellor used to be addicted, but is now 13 years sober and free.
Even during the treatment procedure, we begin to inspire clients to establish optimistic relations. The primary thing we make sure is to establish a family-like atmosphere in which clients begin to establish relationship with other individuals who are also seeking treatment, having mutual feeling of being able to fit in, restoring confidence in their respective families by way of consistent interactions with them. Then we equip people to alter their thoughts, learn to live with their feelings and consequently adapt their conduct. We offer the 12 step program which is an uncomplicated and useful set of resources that has helped people achieve sobriety and quit substance abuse for almost a century.
We challenge people when they are unable to see what they need to see but we allow them to make mistakes so that they may learn from them. We also empower our clients to obtain a new set of positive 'learned' behaviours via the intense structure of the programme and the quasi-residential living model; by having some responsibility to manage money, by being in the community and living in shared accommodation, do a weekly shop, cook for themselves and live in the community, We teach our clients every single day how to 'live' in the real world without needing a substance to get them through.
Every single day spent in treatment is an essential step towards success in the long run.
We also focus on supporting the family members and close friends of our clients.
It is very important because these people are the ones who will have to live with the clients once they are done with treatment which means Drug Rehab Cheshire gives loved ones an opportunity to interact with other people who have faced similar issues and learn how they can best offer support to the client post treatment.
This all takes place over the course of 2 to 24 weeks. Most people come to Drug Rehab Cheshire with a long history of active addiction and a past filled with miserable years behind them. It actually takes a long time to undo all the issues that come to a person's life while in addiction which means that having more time to adopt to the new lifestyle, the better the results in the long term. We also cater to requests for relocation or transfer through Drug Rehab Cheshire Housing so that it's easy for anyone to really start anew in a different place, new neighbourhood and welcome new chances.
Regardless of how long the person has used our services, we always try to give them firm support for a new life towards complete recovery and fresh start.