is Rehab - We provide the Most
Affordable Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Centres
throughout the UK
provide the most affordable drug and alcohol rehab centres
available in the UK. We also help with funding.
is short for the word "rehabilitation." It is commonly
used by the media to refer to treatment for addictions, although
the term actually refers to a broad range of approaches used to
help people with a range of different problems. This can include
maximizing the potential of people who have physical
disabilities or who are recovering from serious illnesses or
injuries, to helping offenders re-enter society in a productive
way. Rehab is normally broken up into two stages, primary
care and secondary
care. Adus Healthcare deals primarily with drug and alcohol
Rehabilitation. We have drug and alcohol rehabilitation
centres throughout the UK. You can find out more about our drug and alcohol rehabilitation
centres at www.AlcoholRehab.co.uk
0845 3881 543
for free confidential help and advice.
can expect at one of our Rehab centres
Triage Assessment is an assessment that identifies the
seriousness of a person's substance or alcohol misuse problem, the
urgency with which treatment is required and any immediate risk of
harm. In addition the assessment will identify addiction needs
such as mental health needs, housing needs and any potential
blocks to successful treatment.
effective assessment of the needs of
the client is pivotal to the effective use of services and
therefore needs to be comprehensive and complex.
Triage assessment usually covers:
or drug consumption
health conditions, including co-existing drug and/or mental
of harm to self and others
and readiness to change
short, is the physiological or medical removal of a toxic
substances such as alcohol or heroin.
It can addictionally refer to the period of withdrawal
during which your body returns to homeostasis after long-term use
and abuse of an addictive substance.
or 'detox' involves taking a short course of a medicine which
helps to prevent withdrawal symptoms when you stop drinking
alcohol or taking addictive drugs. The most commonly used medicine
for detox of alcohol is chlordiazepoxide. This is a benzodiazepine
medicine. For heroin it is subutex or methadone.
the time in which you first enter a residential treatment centre.
During this intensive primary stage of treatment you will
start to address your reasons for turning to drugs or alcohol both
in group therapy and one to one counselling.
At this time you will also agree a ‘care plan’ with
your named therapist or drugs worker.
This ‘care plan’ will form the basis and direction of
your ongoing treatment and recovery.
is a key component of any treatment offered to a client.
It forms the basis of your transition from structured
primary care to back home and live back in the community.
During this stage of treatment your therapy will focus on
life without drugs or alcohol and how you can remain substance
free when back in society.
is the service offered to clients when they are back home.
Aftercare can consist of either weekly support groups,
counselling or visits with your named drugs worker or counselor.
Aftercare can last for approximately a year after
treatment, however, if the client require, it can last longer.