Private Drug Rehabilitation at the Providence Projects

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Drug addiction is a serious condition characterised by compulsive drug-seeking behaviours that have a negative impact on your life. The disease of addiction is extremely powerful, resulting in physical and psychological changes that make it difficult to control drug use. Drug addiction extends beyond illicit substances like cannabis, cocaine, and heroin. Many prescription-based drugs, such as benzodiazepines and opiates, also carry the risk of dependence.

With decades of experience in the addiction field, The Providence Projects recognises that all forms of drug addiction are a symptom of a deeper problem. For some, childhood trauma and neglect can take the form of substance abuse in later years, while for others, pre-existing mental health conditions, can often lead to self-medicating, creating a perpetual cycle of abuse and mental health problems known as dual diagnosis. Our rehab for drug addiction can help you identify the causes, and help you overcome your addiction.

Drug Addiction and Drug Rehabilitation

Drug addiction, or dependence, describes the problematic relationship between the individual and different illicit or prescribed drugs. It is a dangerous and progressive illness that will not go away without treatment.
  • Drug addiction can involve both illicit and prescription drugs.
  • Drug rehabilitation involves a combination of medical & therapeutic treatment options covered by our drug rehab programmes.
  • The cost of our 28-day primary treatment programmes is £7500
  • You will stay at The Providence Projects for the duration of your drug addiction treatment

Residential Drug Treatment at the Providence Projects

Our drug rehab programme has helped over 10,000 people find better mechanisms and techniques to handle difficulties and challenges, allowing them to enter life after rehab with a new outlook and enjoy a long-term recovery. If you suffer from a substance use disorder, our drug rehabilitation programmes will help you too.

For more insight about our drug detoxes and processes, our programmes page has all the information you will need to make sure we are the right choice for you and your loved ones.

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Steven & Kelly ‘s Cocaine Recovery Success Story

We sat down with Steven and his partner Kelly in February 2022 to talk about their long battle with cocaine addiction.

Steven opens up about his battle with cocaine, and the devastating impact it had on his physical and mental well-being.

Join Steven and many others who beat drug addiction at Providence Projects

How our Rehabilitation Centre for Drugs Can Help You

Our drug treatment programmes are designed to treat individuals holistically, both physically and emotionally. The aim of rehab for drug addiction is to provide you with the necessary tools to help you recover from the destructive behaviours associated with drug use disorders.

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Upon arrival, you will be medically assessed by our in-house GP before treatment can commence. This is an important step as it will determine the type of detox programme that will be best suited to your needs. For some, this process will need to be medically-managed with round-the-clock care, before therapeutic treatment can begin. For others, withdrawal symptoms may be milder and therapeutic treatment can commence from day 1.

To treat the psychological nature of drug addiction, therapeutic treatment is offered by our trained staff using evidence-based therapies such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy which have been shown to reduce the risk of relapse significantly.

Embarking on the route to recovery from drug addiction requires courage, determination and our professional support. With our help, you can break free from the grip of drug addiction, and begin your journey towards a healthier, fulfilling life.

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Are you unsure as to whether you need drug treatment?
Perhaps you’re concerned about a loved one’s substance use? We offer a free drug addiction assessment to anyone concerned. The assessment will take no longer than 30 minutes and will be carried out by a trained addiction counsellor. The free addiction assessment done by telephone will cover questions about your history with different substances, mental health and use of prescriptions.

Benefits of Private Residential Drug Treatment

While there are numerous treatment options available in the UK for drug addiction, including detox facilities, community support, 12-step fellowship meetings, and home detox services, private residential drug treatment stands as the most comprehensive and structured approach to care, particularly for monitoring and addressing withdrawal symptoms.

For individuals with a prolonged history of drug abuse, there are various complications and obstacles that may surface when attempting to break free from drug addiction without professional assistance.

Detoxification at The Providence Projects is an essential step towards achieving sobriety and laying the foundation for long-term recovery. Withdrawal refers to the physical and psychological symptoms experienced when discontinuing or reducing the use of addictive substances. The specific withdrawal symptoms can vary depending on the drug involved, the duration and intensity of use, and individual factors. Common withdrawal symptoms include:

  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Sweating and chills
  • Anxiety and restlessness
  • Insomnia or disturbed sleep patterns
  • Muscle aches and pains
  • Irritability and mood swings
  • Depression and feelings of sadness
  • Cravings for the drug
  • Fatigue and lack of energy

Our in-house GP will work with you to create a detox programme that is both safe and effective, and you will be supported by our wider team throughout this process. With the exception of benzodiazepines and opiates (including heroin), most other drugs result in milder withdrawal symptoms that do not require 24/7 medical supervision.

The secondary programme at The Providence Projects is a great way to solidify the progress you have made during the primary treatment phase. This is optional and will be offered to you before and during your addiction treatment.

Statistics show that clients who attend extended programmes are less likely to relapse in the future, and so secondary care is designed to offer additional protection in the early stages of recovery.

What are the Goals from Drug Rehab Treatment

Overcoming an addiction to prescribed or illicit drugs involves more than simply quitting. Maintaining sobriety requires significant lifestyle changes and commitments. The main goals of treatment include:

  • Helping you understand that substance abuse is an illness that requires maintenance like any other condition
  • Identifying the root causes of addiction which may include trauma, abuse or co-occurring mental health disorders.
  • Learning the stressors that lead to triggering episodes
  • Empowering you to love yourself and take responsibility for your problematic behaviours
  • Improving mental health and physical wellbeing
  • Seeing the value in human connection by sharing difficult feelings
  • Having fun, because life is more enjoyable without drugs
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FAQs
How do I pay for residential drug treatment?

Paying for your treatment is easy and straight forward. On the day of admission, we will call you to take payment over the phone. To learn more about our costs and payment options, visit our cost page here.

How long do I need to attend treatment?

Our primary programmes run for a minimum of 28 days, with the option to extend your treatment on a week-by-week basis. You can learn more about our residential programmes here.

How can I help if someone is addicted to drugs?

So many families are faced with the nightmare that their loved one is developing a drug addiction. Families are often faced with lies, deceit and denial and simply do not know how to react. This can be frustrating, but showing signs of kindness, compassion and understanding will help the addict to feel more comfortable around you. But make sure you set firm, consistent boundaries with them.

What do I do if someone refuses help?

Denial and fear are common signs of drug addiction, so it’s common for those struggling to refuse or deny they need help. We offer an intervention service to help with this process.

I cannot afford rehab for drug addiction, what are my options?

We understand private residential drug treatment may not be an option for some individuals. Although difficult, it is possible to secure funding through your local council, although this process is lengthy and does not guarantee a placement.

Alternatively, you can contact reputable charities or NHS services, but please note that these services are provided on an outpatient basis, and may not be suitable for individuals with severe or long-term drug addiction issues.

Paul Spanjar, CEO

Paul is passionate about high-quality addiction treatment and truly believes that, with the right treatment, anyone can recover.

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