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What happens in residential rehab?

12 step recovery programme: the science behind why it works

What happens in residential rehab?

Residential rehab for alcohol and drug addiction offers an intensive and focused space where a person is supported by a team of experienced experts, away from their home environment, away from all the triggers and chaos. A stay at residential rehab gives you the chance to focus on yourself and receive joined-up, targeted care. It is proven to be more effective than solely community-based treatment plans.

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It, therefore, has far higher positive outcome rates than other interventions and has the best success rates for long term recovery.

At a residential rehab clinic, a patient can expect medical and psychiatric support, a detox programme, a structured routine, a team of professional therapists running individual and group therapies, holistic treatment such as fitness and massage, as well as complementary therapies such as equine or art therapy.

This means you can focus on the job at hand – to get well. It is an opportunity for intensive support to deal with all facets of addiction.

It is often the impetus that is needed to build a life of long-term recovery.

There are various types of residential rehab centres, with some belonging to charities, some with hotel-style facilities, and others that treat a variety of mental health and psychiatric disorders. There are also family-run centres as well as those that are part of a nationwide network of small centres.

Like any treatment, it can be expensive but we believe this is an investment worth making to help someone recover from alcohol, drug or gambling addiction, and live a life free from addiction.

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    Page last reviewed and clinically fact-checked | October 12, 2021