Drug addiction treatment and rehabilitation at Priory Hospital Chelmsford
Priory Hospital Chelmsford, located just outside London, is a specialist addiction rehabilitation centre, delivering high quality treatment for a range of addictions, including drug addictions.
Our 28-day residential addiction treatment programme has been designed to enable you to overcome your physical dependence on drugs, as part of our medically assisted detoxification process, before helping you to explore and resolve the underlying triggers for your drug addiction, through therapy. Drug addiction rehab at Chelmsford is underpinned by the 12-Step addiction treatment approach. This provides some guiding principles for drug addiction rehab, with a focus on abstinence and motivation to change. The 12-Step approach was first pioneered by Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and is used worldwide in addiction treatment, with proven success.
Our highly qualified addiction treatment team, consisting of psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists, nurses and other mental health professionals, are dedicated to delivering tailored drug addiction treatment and rehab, in order to produce the best outcomes for everyone we support. In addition, our team are committed to your ongoing recovery once you have left treatment, and provide free aftercare for 12 months to everyone who completes the 28-day addiction treatment programme.
It’s important to recognise that you don’t have to struggle with a drug addiction; expert support is available, and it’s important that you get the help you need.
Free, no-obligation drug addiction assessment at Priory Hospital Chelmsford
We are pleased to offer a free, no-obligation drug addiction assessment at Chelmsford. This provides you with the chance to meet with a member of our specialist addiction treatment team, explore your unique concerns, discuss your treatment plan, and develop an understanding of the journey that you will be taking towards abstinence and recovery.
To find out how we can support you in overcoming your drug addiction, please contact a member of our team on 0808 301 5973. Alternatively, email your enquiry.
What happens during drug rehab?
The drug addiction treatment that we provide at Chelmsford is evidence-based and guided by best practice National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidelines. Our intensive, London-based drug rehab consists of:
- 7-day medically assisted detoxification process, removing all traces of drugs and managing your drug withdrawal symptoms
- An abstinence-based treatment model, based on the 12-Step philosophy
- Access to 12-Step support groups
- Intensive treatment and therapy, delivered in 1:1, group and family formats
We will also use lots of different treatment and therapy types to help you overcome your addiction. These include:
- Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
- Psychodynamic therapy
- Motivational interviewing
- Relapse prevention therapy
- Workshops for anger management, relationship problems and co-dependency
- Psycho-educational sessions on topics such as shame, guilt, vulnerability and resilience
- Holistic therapies such as yoga and relaxation groups
- Written assignments and projects
Once you’ve completed your treatment programme, you will receive free aftercare from our team for 12 months.
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