The most affordable rehab centres in the UK
Call 0845 3881 543 or mobiles call 07811 606 606
ADUS Healthcare EST. 2009
Did you know there are thousands of people every year who spend £1000’s on an Alcohol Detox only to find they are back drinking within a few weeks or sometimes days. This is due to the fact that people who have an addiction problem cannot stop drinking by just having a medical alcohol detox alone. The reasons for this is, anyone who has an addiction problem needs to get over the psychological aspects of addiction. This cannot be done by a detox alone. All a medical detox can do is remove the alcohol from the body in a safe and medical way. That is why from day one, as well as a tailored medical detox, we get on with all the other things needed to free clients from their addiction.
The most affordable Alcohol Detox Centres throughout the UK. We offer Alcohol Detox and Alcohol Rehab to anyone with an alcohol addiction over the age of 18 years old. Our lines are open 24 hours a day, and we always have a trained member of staff on the end of our phone lines so you will never be put through to an answering machine. ALL our advice and help is free.
So what is a medical alcohol detox?
Well in the simplest terms, we replace your need for alcohol with medicine so you don’t have the cravings you get when you need a drink. We also restore your natural sleep pattern and restore your natural appetite. Its amazing but within 12 days (on average) you can be completely free from alcohol within your system. An alcohol detox is not painful and is very easily achievable for everyone who is dependant on alcohol.
What is it like in an alcohol detox centre?
The thought of going to an alcohol rehabilitation centre for an alcohol detox can be very daunting, so we have produced a website full of information about what an alcohol rehab centre is like. Have a look at www.AlcoholRehab.co.uk for full details. Alternatively you can call us on 0845 3881 543 for free help and free advice. Open 24hrs.
Is a medical detox painful?
NO, not at all. All that happens is the medicine replaces the alcohol in the body to stop the client having cravings and also to stop a fit or seizure, so hence done in a very safe way. Never try to detox yourself as in some cases it can be fatal. All our centres are CQC registered and work to a very high standard of care. You will never be left to deal with your addiction on your own.
Is visiting allowed while in detox?
Yes, We tend to leave visiting until the weekends as you will be on a very busy timetable, and all your days are generally taken up with different activities.
How long will I need to go to rehab for?
It all depends on the individual, and individual circumstances. As with all rehab centres your detox is going to depend on certain criteria’s. How much you drink a day? how long you have been drinking to excess? your age, what you are drinking, ie, Vodka, wine, beer etc.
Is there any other helpful websites I can go to?
Yes, if for any reason you cannot find what you are looking for from this website, why not look at some of our other websites? We have 33 informative websites full of helpful and useful information. Go to our LINKS page for more details.
Is there a waiting list for an Alcohol Detox?
9 times out of 10 we do have female and male beds available across our clinics. We tend to get very busy over the Christmas period. Like anything, it’s always good to book earlier rather than later and a detox or rehab is no different. If in the worse case, if it’s an emergency, we can always place you in one of our clinics somewhere in the UK. Please call for availability today.
What are our latest enquiry statistics?
Just out of interest we have found over the past 24 months that we get twice as many males contact us than females, We get more enquiries on a Thursday than any other day of the week, We get more calls from 31 -35 year olds than any other age group, closely followed by the 26-30 year olds and 41-45 year olds. We get twice as many people enquiring about alcohol rehab than drug rehab, We get our most amount of phone calls at 1.00pm than any other time of the day, and we get considerably more enquiries about alcohol rehab than any other parts of our business, which includes drug and alcohol counselling, an addiction helpline, a rehab directory, or email enquiries throughout the day.
How do I get a medical detox?
Whether its for you or a loved one, and you would like to know more about an alcohol detox and where our nearest centre to you is, please feel free to call our team on anytime night or day on Tel: 0845 3881 543 or mobiles call Tel; 07811 606 606
So what is the answer for long term success?
We have our detox centres on site at most of our rehab clinics. Everyone who comes through ADUS Healthcare gets a full medical assessment. This helps us to establish their exact needs. The client will also be re-assessed again once they get to the detox centre by our doctor. Everyone’s detox is different because of certain factors.
The clients weight.
The clients age.
the Clients physical health.
The type of alcohol the client has been drinking.
How long the client has been drinking for.
We also have other medications which will be issued:
To help restore the clients natural appetites.
To help restore the clients natural sleep patterns.
It doesn’t end there. Once the client has had a medical detox, which can take anything from 7 to 14 days, depending mainly on age and physical health, then the client will carry on with 1 to 1 counselling, group sessions etc to help get over the psychological aspects of addiction. Without getting over the psychological aspects of addiction, (which is basically is the mental side of addiction), the client will invariably go back to alcohol. A medical detox is not a cure. Its part of the process to recovery.
If you would like to talk to us, call now on telephone 0845 3881 543, or mobiles call 07811 606 606.