Rehab for Devon County, Plymouth, Exeter and Torquay
Parkland Place is just 5 hours from Devon. We are able to work closely with social and health services in the Devon area.
Getting Help Addiction in Devon County, Plymouth, Exeter and Torquay
Addiction in Devon county is the same issue that affects many areas of the wider United Kingdom. In larger towns such as Plymouth, Exeter and Torquay addiction can be more noticeable and prevellent, it is however yet present throughout more rural areas of the county.
There are services for addiction of drug and alcohol available throughout all of the Devon County area. This varies so there’s something for everyone, so to speak. Ranging from casual and no obligation meetings such as alcoholics anonymous or narcotics anonymous, to residential treatment centres like Salus Withnell Hall, a sister establishment.
There is plenty of help available through the NHS, which can eventually lead to referred residential treatment at a residential rehab clinic. If you’re concerned with your alcohol drinking or other destructive habits please see your GP.
To learn more about rehab in Torquay Plymouth and Exeter, you can talk to the Torquay drug and alcohol service, which is sponsored by the NHS. They offer healthcare assistance counselling and referrals to rehab programmes for adults dealing with addiction in Torquay and the South Devon area.
If you’re in the Plymouth area, you could visit the Harbour Centre website which provides information about alcohol and drug related services. You can get the help you need
What can Someone Expect from the Residential Rehab Treatment Programme?
Residential Treatment at a rehab centre can take up to four to six weeks, which is the recommended length of time for someone to attend who is battling addiction. After a medical assessment and admission, treatment begins with a detox, which can vary in length, all this is largely depending on the background and specific needs of the individual.
Counsellors encourage patients to start attending individual or group therapy sessions – if they are able to.
Post-detox, rehab patients continue with therapy, methods of which differ depending on the establishment, at Parkland Place, you can expect the very best in bespoke rehab care. This often includes therapies.
Before being discharged from the centre, a professional standard rehab centre teaches patients aftercare and provides contact for local support resources. This last but not least step shouldn’t be underestimated and is an integral part of the recovery process.
After accessing NHS help you can request residential treatment at Parkland Place.
How we treat people from Devon County, Plymouth, Exeter and Torquay with Alcohol and Drug Addiction
Here at Parkland Place we often help those with alcohol, drug and gambling addiction, along with counter occurring illnesses such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, bereavement, along with behavioural issues connected to addiction or low-self esteem. We can provide intensive and residential treatment thanks to specially designed treatment plan put together by our team of professional addiction therapists, under the guidance of our consultant psychiatrist.
Private rehabs such as Salus are specially suited for directly tackling addiction. Rehab aims to provide treatment which will set the individual to deal with their situation throughout a lifetime, helping them to maintain sobriety.
What can you do in the Meantime?
We recommend that you start attending your local alcoholics anonymous or narcotics anonymous or gamblers anonymous group meetings immediately. These should be non-profit fellowships of recovering addicts who all hold regular meetings, there will be groups wherever you are in Devon, over the phone or online help is also available.
They all share the common focus on holding off from those destructive habits and staying sober – as well as supporting one-another’s sobriety.
Parkland Place’s’ admissions team are more than happy answering questions that you might have about our comprehensive program of recovery, admissions process or funding.