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Are You Tired of the Way Addiction Has Taken Over Your Life?
Drug, alcohol and process addictions don’t only affect the person involved, but their friends and family too. If you are struggling with an addiction or know someone who is, then you have come to the right place. Let us help you get you life back on track.
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The Various Treatment Options Available
Specialists use different intervention strategies, and usually a combination of them, to address addiction. Find out more about the types of treatment used in the rehab process.
How the Rehab Process Works
Not only are there different types of treatment, there are different phases of treatment too.
Generally, all the highlighted treatment types are used in all the phases of treatment.
When you decide to reach out and ask for help, this is your first port of call. You will become part of an intensive programme that usually lasts three weeks and receive support from a multidisciplinary team at the facility.
Extended Primary Phase
After months or years of addictive behaviour, it’s pretty difficult to change in just three short weeks. That is why most facilities offer you the opportunity to stay longer. Give yourself time to get to know the new you.
The Secondary Phase is where you get to continue developing skills that will assist you in leading a sober life, as well as an opportunity to integrate what you have already learnt.
After Care Programme
The After Care Treatment Programme is a great way to slowly get back into your old life. In this phase you can return to work and you social life but still have the grounding support from professionals and others in recovery.
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Understanding the Different Types of Addiction
The world of addiction is broad and at times confusing. We have compiled all the relevant information to assist you in understanding the nuances, what to look for, what to expect and what each type of addiction entails. Don’t stay in the dark about what is going on in your own life and home.
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