Admissions Northern Ireland
As a residential treatment centre we are inundated with admissions from people from around the country. We are acutely aware that services for help with drug and alcohol addiction are in demand across the country. For this reason we see lots of patients travelling from further afield to sample our expertise for help with alcohol addiction and drug addiction.
Scotland, Wales and are two such areas we admit patients from. In addition to this we welcome admissions for people from Northern Ireland who feel they would benefit from our rehabilitation services.
Our experienced staff are aware of the pressures and influences on people from around the country and are skilled at helping to identify the root cause of the addiction and design bespoke care plans to ensure our patients are given the best care possible. We are aware of the additional stresses that can be placed on you when undergoing the admissions process and endeavour to support you and explain clearly to you what to expect and how we will help you.
Like any type of medical referral we advise you to visit your GP in the first instance to ask for a referral to our residential treatment centre. Whether an NHS GP or a private health practitioner we can work alongside your usual doctor to begin the treatment process and organise the admissions process.
Our residential treatment centre is easy to travel to - regardless of where you are based. We encourage people to commit to travelling as we feel it helps with the rehabilitation process. Allowing yourself some time to heal away from the daily pressures and people who may be having a negative effect on you is the best way to begin the rehabilitation process.
Once you have completed the rehab then it is possible for you to go home and continue to gain help from companies available within the local community. Typically, treatment lasts between 4 - 6 weeks and our treatment centre offers a range of services to help you on your way to recovery.
Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are just two of many organisations who offer a range of supportive services to people who are returning from rehabilitation for alcohol or drug addictions. They aim to support you in continuing with what you have learnt and help you to avoid and deal with any temptations that you may encounter on your return from rehab.