Residential Medical Drug Detox & Rehab Clinic Near You

Those with an addiction to cocaine, heroin, cannabis, crack cocaine, prescription drugs or other drugs will need help to detox safely and rehabilitate to prevent relapse. Banbury Lodge in Oxfordshire specialise in drug detox and rehabilitation, and we are committed to helping those suffering from drug addiction rebuild their lives.

Furthermore, our 160 nationwide beds & rehabs are best-in-class, CQC regulated, and we have a range of multi-cost options to suit your budget, with free lifetime aftercare as standard. For more information about drug detox and rehab near you – please call us on 0203 553 3757 or talk privately with our addiction counsellors on LIVE Chat!

Drug Addiction Treatment List

At UKAT we are proud to offer 100% CQC rated treatment for all drugs including but not limited to:

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Medical Drug Detox

During the medical detox process, patients are prescribed an approved medication to manage their symptoms of drug withdrawal. The process is tailored to the individual and the drug in question which negate the effects of fitting, vomiting, tremors etc.… until the client is substance-free. The treatment is clinically proven to be the safest way to detox, taking between 7-14 days to complete, with 24/7 care and support being provided throughout.

Drug Rehab Treatment Programme

Our residential drug treatment facility offers a supportive, structured, and rigorous therapeutic programme. We provide a bespoke blend of evidence-based approaches tailored to reflect your individual needs and goals. Our programme offers:

  • One-to-one therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
  • Dialectical Behaviour Therapy
  • An introduction to the 12 Steps
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Complementary therapies
  • Family therapy
  • Relapse prevention
  • Fitness and Exercise
  • Healthy Eating
  • Aftercare and relapse prevention

Going to residential drug rehab is not just about putting down the drugs. The tools you acquire in rehab will help you to build on your natural strengths so that you can flourish long after treatment has finished.

List Of Drugs We Treat

At Banbury Lodge, we treat both illicit, legal highs and prescription drugs.

Types of illicit drugs we treat

  • Cocaine: is a stimulant made from the leaves of the South American coca plant, it usually comes in a powder form. Street names for cocaine include coke and snow.
  • Crack cocaine: is a potent form of cocaine. Usually, it comes in solid blocks or crystals. Crack cocaine is typically smoked or injected it results in an intense, short-lived high.
  • Ecstasy: is considered a party drug or rave drug. Its psychoactive effects include euphoria, enhanced sensory perception and can cause lowered inhibition.
  • Hallucinogens: LSD, PCP, mushrooms and salvia are all examples of psychoactive or mind-altering drugs.
  • Heroin: It is synthetically derived from the opium poppy plant. It usually comes in the form of white or brownish powder and is used intravenously or smoked
  • Ketamine: is medically used as an anaesthetic in veterinary practice. Ketamine can cause hallucinations, sedation and confusion.
  • Marijuana: the main psychoactive ingredient, THC, causes temporary euphoria followed by drowsiness. It can also act as a hallucinogenic.
  • Crystal Meth: is exceptionally addictive. The short-term effects of meth include alertness and euphoria.
  • Synthetic marijuana: Although “marketed as a legal alternative, the substance’s effects can be unpredictable, intense, and incredibly addictive

Types of prescription drugs we treat

Addiction to prescription drugs is just as widespread and damaging as addiction to illegal drugs.

  • Painkillers: Opiate drugs are narcotic sedatives, they depress activity in the central nervous system, provide pain relief, and induce sleep. Examples include methadone, hydrocodone, oxycodone, codeine, fentanyl and suboxone.
  • Sedative-hypnotics: reduce anxiety, produce a sedative effect, and can aid sleep. Examples include benzodiazepines such as diazepam (Valium), alprazolam (Xanax) and temazepam.
  • Stimulants: Stimulants are psychoactive drugs that increase activity in the brain. These drugs elevate alertness, mood, and awareness. Examples of prescription stimulants are dextroamphetamine/ levoamphetamine, and methylphenidate.
  • Non-Benzodiazepine Sedatives: Non-Benzodiazepine Sedatives are the most common medication prescribed to treat sleep problems. Examples include zopiclone, zolpidem, and zaleplon.
  • Anabolic Steroids: Steroids are drugs that mimic certain natural hormones, in the body that regulate and control how the body works. Anabolic steroids that tend to be misused, mainly because they can improve performance and stimulate muscle growth.

Psychoactive drugs: stimulants, depressants, opiates and hallucinogens.

  • Stimulants: act on the central nervous system and often bring about feelings of intense well-being, increased mental and motor activity. Examples include cocaine, crack cocaine, amphetamines and ecstasy.
  • Depressants: reduce arousal, slow down the central nervous system and suppress brain activity. Examples of depressants are alcohol, cannabis, barbiturates and benzodiazepines, GHB and Rohypnol.
  • Opiates & Opioids: induce sedation, euphoria, and provide pain relief. Examples include heroin, morphine, opium, methadone, dipipanone and pethidine.
  • Hallucinogens: cause changes in a person’s perception of reality and the self. Examples include cannabis, LSD, ecstasy and psilocybin.

Please remember we are fully equipped to treat the whole range of substance addiction of all kinds.

What Happens after Rehab?

Completion of your rehab programme at Banbury will be a time for celebration – you will have an excellent basis on which to build a new and exciting phase of your life.

Rest assured that you will not have to do this alone. At Banbury, we know that people can feel vulnerable to relapse in the first weeks and months after leaving rehab. We work to minimise the risk of relapse by providing a supportive and comprehensive aftercare package consisting of:

  • Regular aftercare sessions alongside your peers – to help you sustain your sobriety and your serenity.
  • Ongoing contact with your counsellor –to you can process experiences and feelings as they come up.
  • Contact with your GP- so that continuing care can be put in place should you need it.
  • Support Groups – We provide an introduction to the local area Alcoholics and Narcotics anonymous fellowships, as a source of ongoing support.

Before you leave treatment, you will have developed a thorough relapse prevention plan, with the help of your peers and your counsellor. This plan will include steps to take when you find yourself in triggering situations. Rehab will equip you with a vast repertoire for dealing with the urge to relapse including tools like;

Playing the tape Using once will usually lead to using more, and then the cycle of consequences will begin again. When you play the tape through to its logical conclusion, using won’t seem so appealing.

Telling someone that you want to use Call us at Banbury, call a friend or someone in recovery. Share with them what you’re going through, this will take power out of your desire to use.

Distracting yourself When you think about using, do something positive to distract yourself, like calling getting to a Narcotics Anonymous meeting or calling a friend.

Keeping it in the day It’s especially important in the beginning to just do one day of recovery at a time. It might seem impossible to stay clean for a whole lifetime but one day at a time is eminently possible.

Making fun part of your recovery Relaxation and fun are important skills for a recovered way of life, at Banbury, we do make time to explore and experience your idea of relaxation and fun without the use of drugs.

Drug Relapse Prevention

Aftercare Programme

We understand that leaving rehab and having to face the reality of day-to-day life can be an extremely daunting thought. While you may be determined to continue living a clean and sober life, external triggers and temptations exist and dealing with these alone can leave you feeling isolated. To support you during this vital time, we have created a two-tier approach to long-term sobriety.

Short-term: we provide one year’s worth of free aftercare support sessions every week in the rehab you attended (or nearest clinic). Here you will engage with a group based therapeutic approach, with loved ones in attendance (if you so wish) but with the opportunity to speak with a counsellor one-to-one.

Long-term: we have built the UK’s first recovery network for all those who have attended a UKAT treatment facility. This lifelong recovery network is called Alumni – a gateway to lifelong sober companionship. Events include Christmas parties, dinners, adventure days out and, of course, summer BBQs.

This is the future of permanent recovery, and we are proud to be the first rehab family in the UK to offer it. Many people fear that putting down the drugs means losing their social life. At UKAT we say it’s only just begun! Please call to hear more about rehab, recovery and lifelong happiness.

If you have any questions regarding our drug rehab clinics, relapse prevention, clinic locations and treatment cost – we can answer them!

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