At Delamere we treat a wide range of addictions and associated issues at our residential rehab. Whether the problem area is alcohol, drugs, work burnout, mental health, or behavioural, we can help.
We believe that with the right treatment and support anyone can break the destructive cycle of addiction, and make a full and lasting recovery.
Our emphasis is on holistic care, treating the whole person rather than just the symptoms they present with.
A full medical detox for any alcohol or substance dependence.
During detox you will be monitored and cared for 24/7 by a team of doctors and qualified nursing staff.
All medications and therapies are delivered within our purpose built residential facility by qualified professionals.
Every treatment you undergo will be evidence based and tailored to your individual treatment needs.
Comprehensive dual diagnosis treatment and treatment for cooccurring illnesses are delivered simultaneously for optimum success.
Our bespoke treatment programmes are delivered by our multidisciplinary team of qualified professionals, including doctors, nurses, consultant psychiatrist, counsellors, psychotherapists and holistic practitioners.
At Delamere residential rehab you will benefit from a recovery focused environment, completely free from the temptation of drugs and alcohol.
You will have access to cutting edge addiction treatments that are not available at other rehabs. These treatment include equine therapy, onsite private gym access, trauma release therapy, supervised visits back home and much more.
Renewal retreats are available. If you are struggling with your recovery or suffer a relapse post treatment, our bespoke renewal retreats can help to overhaul and solidify your recovery.
Gradual integration into the community is offered following completion of your treatment programme.
Comprehensive free aftercare programme. At Delamere we will continue to support and assist your ongoing recovery using every means possible.
Our fully residential rehab provides comprehensive addiction treatment for those in need of detox and rehabilitation. There are many benefits to choosing the residential route for addiction treatment as oppose to community based recovery or a quasi residential rehab.
Quasi residential rehabs do not provide the secure and temptation free environment that we do at Delamere. Furthermore, detoxes are not monitored 24/7 by qualified nursing staff. Support workers take over this critical medical role in quasi model treatment facilities.
Quasi residential rehabs tend to be very large rehabs where patients stay in sober living accommodation that is separate from where they undergo treatment. Sober living accommodation is often not adequately staffed and patients are left unsupervised for long periods of time. This alone presents a number of risks to patients staying in this type of environment during their most vulnerable time.
Community based addiction treatment, whilst it is free to access, is very low in treatment intensity and quality. Between key work appointments patients are very much left to their own devices with no supervision or support. Temptation combined with low intensity treatment and little support is often a receipt for disaster, especially for those that require a medical detox.
Many addicts and alcoholics find the pressure of trying to get clean and sober in the community too challenging, as a result they stop engaging in the treatment process.
The residential route for addiction treatment provides a large number of high quality treatments, delivered at a high intensity within a relatively short period of time. What you can achieve in 3 months of residential rehab, would take years to accomplish in the community.
Residential rehab treatment offers you the opportunity to take time out of the community. Here you can solely focus on your recovery without the added stress, pressure, temptation and commitments that daily life at home brings.
Delamere’s purpose built residential rehab provides everything you need in terms of treatment within the same state of the art facility. We offer a caring a compassionate environment, that is secluded and set in the beautiful countryside of Cheshire.
An inpatient stay at Delamere is a deliberately intensive rehab experience, one which we have crafted over time and with input from the most respected professionals in the sector. We’re adamant that recovery from addiction can be a spring board to a better, more fulfilling life. We believe that successful treatment runs far deeper that simply stopping the addictive behaviour or substance.
Our programmes focus on 3 key areas which collectively aim at an effective and lasting outcome:
Stage 1, Cleanse
Very simply this stage is about stopping the addictive behaviour or substance safely. Our cleanse programme addresses any physical aspects of your addiction. During this phase of treatment you will be looked after by our medical team who will ensure a safe and effective withdrawal. You can read more about our cleanse (detox) programmes and more.
Stage 2, Discovery
Stage 2 helps identify the psychological underpinnings of your dependency. Addiction always comes from somewhere and working through this with our professional help is where real, lasting progress is to be found.
During discovery you will work with your dedicated therapist on a one to one and also with expert facilitators in a group setting. You can expect a wide range of activities and therapies which help you process what’s been happening and start to really heal and recalibrate. At Delamere we blend traditional and evidence-based therapies with more innovative treatments to make your experience tailored, immersive and wholehearted.
Stage 3, Maintain
Now it’s time to return home and starting to live your new life. We help smooth this transition and provide ongoing support by way of aftercare. We embrace technology here in order that we can support you from afar if needs be.
Find out more about what to expect at Delamere.
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