We understand that there may be a lot of questions around what residential treatment looks like and our treatment advisors are there to answer any questions that may arise.

Here are some common features of residential rehab:

  • Comprehensive assessment: Before starting treatment, individuals undergo a comprehensive assessment to determine their unique treatment needs, including medical and mental health evaluations.
  • Detoxification: Individuals may need to go through a detoxification process to safely and comfortably manage withdrawal symptoms. This process is typically supervised by medical professionals.
  • Individual and group therapy: Residential rehab provides individual therapy sessions with a counsellor or therapist, as well as group therapy sessions with peers who are going through similar experiences. Therapy helps individuals identify and work through the underlying issues that led to their addiction.
  • Holistic therapies: In addition to traditional therapy, residential rehab may offer holistic therapies such as art therapy, meditation, yoga, and mindfulness practices to help individuals reduce stress and improve their mental and physical well-being.
  • Education and skill-building: Residential rehab may provide educational classes and skill-building workshops to help individuals develop the tools and knowledge they need to manage their addiction and maintain recovery.
  • Aftercare planning: As individuals near the end of their stay in residential rehab, they work with their treatment team to develop a plan for ongoing care and support, including outpatient therapy, support groups, and other resources.

Overall, residential rehab provides a structured and supportive environment for individuals to focus on their recovery and develop the skills they need to manage their addiction. It's important to note that the specifics of each residential rehab programme may vary depending on the treatment centre and the individual's unique needs.

Our sister company Rehabs UK works with over 32 specialist rehabs and a variety of addiction specialists in multiple locations across the UK and abroad. By contacting one of our fully trained Treatment Advisors they will be able to advise, assess and support you in finding the right treatment facility for your individual requirements.