The Rehab Programme
The drug rehab, alcohol rehab and gambling rehab programmes at The Providence Projects have been carefully designed and tweaked to ensure that the treatment programme is comprehensive and all clients are given the best opportunity to recover.
When considering entering a rehab programme, it is very common to feel nervous or frightened about the whole experience. If you can identify with these feelings, we can assure you that it is completely normal to feel this. Our clients tell us that these feelings leave them within 24 hours of starting treatment here. Believe it or not, when the time comes to leave, many of our clients don’t want to go!
All clients are assigned a personal therapist throughout their stay, who will be responsible for overseeing and co-ordinating the treatment plan, and ensuring all client needs are met.
The treatment programme combines all of the latest evidence-based practice, including one-one counselling, group therapy, music therapy, acupuncture, written assignments, exercise, alternative therapies, 12 step meetings, family therapy and much, much more.
The rehab programme has been designed to address the issues linked to the addictive behaviour and to develop strategies which enable the individual to make and maintain the changes necessary. Depending on the circumstances of the individual, family therapy may play a key part in your treatment. We also arrange family days, designed to help families understand addiction and the related issues.
The programme at The Providence Projects is constantly evolving to keep up with the latest techniques and reflect client feedback. All clients will complete a full service evaluation at the end of their treatment. This allows them to make suggestions as to what they would like to see changed, in order to improve the programme. The Providence Projects value and utilise all feedback.
We also like to have fun! Drug and alcoholism treatment programs can be quite intense. To balance the programme, there are weekly fun activities which can involve country park outings, New Forest bike rides, beach walks, swimming, ten pin bowling, spa days and team activities. All of these activities are light-hearted and designed to help clients learn to have fun without alcohol or drugs.
There is more information on specific parts of our drug rehab or alcohol rehab programmes on our website. If you would like to find out more and speak to one of our expert addiction counsellors, please call our rehab helpline on 0800 955 0945. We’re here to help.
When checking into treatment at The Providence Projects, you will first undergo a full induction with one of our counselling team. As part of that induction, you will also be assessed by a Doctor at The Providence Surgery who will assess both your general health and any detox requirements.Find out more
As part of the addiction treatment programme, you will attend and engage in a variety of workshops. These are designed to give you more information about addiction and recovery processes as well as develop skills you will need to maintain a long term recovery.Find out more
Group Therapy is an important part of all successful private rehab programmes. Many residents feel as though it is in many ways one of the most important parts of their rehab experience.Find out more
As part of the rehab process, you will be asked by your focal therapist to complete assignments on certain issues. Don’t worry if you find writing difficult as there are other options available to you and they are not marked!Find out more
Addiction is a family illness. Much like throwing a stone into the water, the ripple effect of addiction can be far reaching, with those closest experiencing the most disturbance.Find out more
It is commonly accepted in the world of drug and alcohol rehab, that different approaches are required for different people. Some people respond to talking therapy, some to written therapy, some to exercise and others to a range of alternative therapies.Find out more
At The Providence Projects, we want to have fun. If recovery is not fun, the chance of wanting to stay clean and sober is less.
The therapeutic timetable is very intense. The experience can be a rollercoaster of emotions and it is important to have the opportunity to relax, have fun, and laugh.Find out more
Some clients arrive for treatment full of emotion and ready to open up. Others feel emotionally blocked and find it difficult to express their thoughts and feelings.
We have found that music therapy sessions can be a great way for people to explore difficult issues through the use of music.Find out more