The process is simple and kept under wraps
You will get a friendly and affectionate welcome when you get admitted to our centre for rehab. We have provisions to accommodate for new admissions within a day of booking although we advise that people pre-book in advance.
Clients, family members, friends, and medical experts can all refer new patients. We will make sure that our personnel are prepared to accommodate you after your reservation is confirmed.
Once you arrive at our clinic the first step is to familiarise yourself with the clinical team as well as your surrounding which includes the layout of our facility. You'll be given a welcome pack which will contain instructions regarding everything you need be familiar with during your entire admission at Alcohol Rehab Lancashire, as well as a schedule of all of treatment sessions. Please call us and let us know in case you are not able to come to our facility on your own.
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After Admission - Your Initial 24 Hours
On the first 24 hours of your admission, we will prepare everything for your first meeting with your detox specialist.
A complete evaluation will be performed here about your psychological and medical treatment requirements. If needed, a complete detox procedure will be recommended. This detoxification will then be directed and supervised under rigid official procedures by our healthcare experts.
The psychiatrist will emphasize any parts of your treatment where a specialist is needed and then make suggestions. It is very crucial for us to address all your treatment needs during your admission; thus, we'll make sure that any aspect which has been stressed or suggested is included in your personalised treatment programme. Our clinical director, medical personnel and counsellors will then regularly review your treatment plan to make sure that you always get the top care.
As soon as your evaluation has been concluded our kind staff members will assist you to get comfortable. Our staff are always available to offer reassurance, give advice and help in all matters especially because we recognize that this is a trying and worrisome time for most people.