There are many kinds and phases of liquor and alcohol treatments provided by care-takers. Frequently, a continuum of care benefits individuals struggling with addiction with graduated levels of structure and support. Some, however, do well with mere primary care depending on inpatient treatment or rehab, while others, advance from primary care to the sober living house (tertiary treatment) especially those who need more support and a longer recovery period. Secondary treatment is available in some centres. The level of treatment (primary, secondary and tertiary) is contingent on the patient's needs, financial plans plus other aspects.
After a thorough assessment the primary treatment is the first stage of recovery and consists of inpatient treatment or rehab. After the substance has left the body, patients gain insights from thorough individual and group counselling which assists them in comprehending how dependency influences the body as well as the mind. In this greatly restorative atmosphere, patients learn coping methods, establish self-confidence, determine triggers, and deal with several psychological concerns which often go with dependency.
Family engagement is usually suggested as a critic aspect of primary treatment.
Primary medical care establishes a firm support for lasting recovery
30 to 90 days is the normal cycle of this treatment
Secondary treatment is not available at all centres but is a transitional phase completed after the primary phase
The clients are allowed to continue working closely with a therapist with the help of interim form of treatment as they address the emotional and psychological problems in greater depth and start to recognize the behaviours that lead to dependence. This phase is supportive but somehow less structured than primary treatment. This stage lasts from 1 to 6 months and will help an individual return to a sober life.
The risk of relapse is high at this point of the treatment. Gaining control of their lives is helped through the process of learning to see the importance of responsibility and accountability of their own actions. The secondary treatment can last from 1 to 6 months.
People who need the long-term support find the tertiary treatment (Sober Living Houses) more helpful as they gradually ease back into life. Also support given family and friends during recuperation is very important. Sober house doesn't mean it is a house, it can often be a flat or apartment. Occupants often have to pay for their stay, food and lodging.
The structure of sober living houses differ, but the aim is to provide a secure, peaceful atmosphere for continued recovery as individuals adjust to a new, sober lifestyle.
Duration Can Span Up To 2 To 3 Months
Rules including a curfew and involvement in household chores. Sober living homes entail more individual accountability compared to primary or secondary medical care. There is no restriction on the inhabitants to come and go at any time, but they are confined to work or school. Primary treatment is referred to anyone whose drug test result is positive and sometimes random testing is undertaken with the chance of a negative result the person is asked to leave and requested to attend rehab again.
We At Drug Rehab Surrey offer a private, in-patient treatment and also provide intensive aftercare. Our live-in advisor accompanies the individual to their home and will remain with the customer for weeks or months and provide all kind of help to the customer to lead a normal day by day life and assist in building a sound schedule that help them to remain sober. A period of time is required for this phase in which the client and therapist interact via phone Skype.