Our Work And How We At Alcohol Rehab Lancashire In Lancashire Do It before-rehab

When you drop by into any of our rehab facilities, what you will notice right away is the warm atmosphere filled with so much optimism, faith and compassion.


Unluckily most of the people we see have a tendency to only respond in a manner that caters to their main focus which is to run away from reality and evade the experiences of thinking and feeling negatively.

Many people addicted to drugs and alcohol live in a world that doesn't follow the normal rules and societal 'standards'. Their actions can in certain situations be unethical and not in accordance with their own set of values, but they also commonly have inefficient limitations.


Regrettably, these actions become "adopted" as they deal with life problems; for instance, you might know someone that is sure that he or she is telling the truth even though they are in fact lying on a regular basis. Our clients also only understand how to behave in dysfunctional relationships; they are out of the ability to truly love and the guilt and shame they experience mean they are unable to find the courage to ask for help or to say sorry. Selfish pursuit of substance does not give them the time nor purpose to care for others because they have lost the ability to care for themselves and their compulsive.

Basically at Alcohol Rehab Lancashire, what we endeavour to do is change. The primary thing which needs to be done is to get the patient away from the substance which can be fulfilled only through a comprehensive detox procedure.


Alcohol Rehab Lancashire provides you a medically assisted withdrawal that is overseen by a private Doctor and monitored by one of our registered Nurses.


As soon as the individual's body is free from the drug we can begin to focus on the spirit and mind by employing our day-care, primary and secondary rehabilitation programmes.

Our facilities are a safe and discrete environment where the individual can examine themselves by looking into their emotions and thoughts, what they are looking to become and who they truly are. In addition, we make available a space with boundaries and regulations that keeps them under control and offer them a sense of being organized. Basic policies are set such as being punctual for sessions and this alone gives our clients an idea that each community has certain rules in place in order to maintain equality and safety. You are motivated by knowing that your counsellor was also an addict and is now 13 years sober and clean, proves to someone that it's not impossible.

We start to empower people throughout the treatment process to build positive relationships. The first thing we do is create surroundings to reflect belonging to a family; patients develop a sense of fellowship and they begin creating relationships with each other, as well as recreating trust in their real family relations through constant communication with their loved ones. In order to change the thoughts, accept the feelings and subsequently change the behaviour we go about empowering people. A very straightforward and pragmatic set of tools, a 12-step program, is taught and it has so far helped, for almost a century, addicts to become free and sober.

We challenge individuals when they are unable to acknowledge what they need to although we also let them commit blunders and gain some insights from these. We also empower our clients to obtain a new set of positive 'learned' behaviours via the intense structure of the programme and the quasi-residential living model; by having some responsibility to manage money, by being in the community and living in shared accommodation, do a weekly shop, cook for themselves and live in the community, We teach our clients every single day how to 'live' in the real world without needing a substance to get them through.

Long term results are acquired by gradually creating a new life in rehab.

It is also our goal to support our clients' loved ones.


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This is absolutely critical so at Alcohol Rehab Lancashire, family members have an opportunity to meet others who have been through the same experience and learn how to support the client after treatment because it is people that will have to live with our clients after treatment.

All of this is completed between 2 to 24 weeks. Several clients who consult us for the first time in Alcohol Rehab Lancashire have experienced several years of dependency and even years of suffering prior to that. It actually takes a long time to undo all the issues that come to a person's life while in addiction which means that having more time to adopt to the new lifestyle, the better the results in the long term. Re-housing and relocation via Alcohol Rehab Lancashire housing are also offered, if someone needed a truly fresh start to life in a new town, with new people and real opportunity.

Our goal is always to offer our patients, regardless of how long they are in rehab, a strong foundation for a fresh start and life in recovery.