Over the last decade or so there has been a staggering increase in the amount of people who are struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol. In Hastings, East Sussex private rehabs and harm reduction services have reported high numbers of men and women in need of treatment. Sadly, there are also more lives being claimed by alcohol and drugs, especially heroin. If you or a loved one is in need of help, professionals from Siam Rehab are ready to assist you in turning your life around.
For years, Siam Rehab has been helping men and women in Hastings, East Sussex achieve a full recovery from and addiction to drugs or alcohol. Our team of addiction specialists understand the complexities that are so often associated with addiction and know how to approach individuals in a way that is practical and effective.
To find out more about our private rehab, Hastings, East Sussex residents can call Siam Rehab to speak with our Director.
As you might know, going to a private rehab will offer you with the best chance of a successful recovery. The reason for this is partly to do with the individualized attention, extensive resources, and environment. At Siam Rehab, we also find that our clients benefit from being away from their normal surroundings and potential stressors.
Your individually tailored treatment plan will likely begin with a medically assisted detoxification followed by a well rounded rehabilitation programme. This will focus on identifying the root cause of the addiction, using a broad range of therapies, and guiding you towards a healthy, successful recovery.
After you return back to Hastings, East Sussex, rehabs like Siam Rehab, will continue to support you through aftercare services.
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Siam Rehab can be accessed in less than one day from London’s international airports. We’ll be there to pick you up and take you to our comfortable centre situated outside of Chiang Rai, Thailand.
Hastings, East Sussex is a small town with a population less than 140,000 people. The historical, coastal area was found to have the third most heroin deaths in the UK; which equates to approximately 1 heroin related death per 15,000 deaths – according to the Office for National Statistics. Only Blackpool and Burnley in the northwest have a higher rate of heroin related deaths.
Local health officials have said the town is in need of “serious services” to fight back against the high amount of heroin and opiate related misuse. Apart from being third in the country for heroin related deaths, Hastings is eights in the country for the most drug related deaths.
Hastings is not alone in their drug epidemic. Across the country, in comparison to Europe, there is an obvious drug problem. Crack cocaine, heroin, and fentanyl are particularly concerning.
Fentanyl is a prescription opiate used to treat certain cancers or terminal illnesses. Nearly 100 times stronger than heroin, fentanyl is being sold as, or mixed with, heroin causing scores of overdoses. Furthermore, it is easier to get this drug than others, resulting in many users preferring it.
In East Sussex, approximately 1 in 4 adults are thought to be high risk drinkers, a further 6,635 people have an addiction to alcohol. Hastings is believed to be home to about 7 percent of high risk drinkers, 19 percent of increasing risk drinkers and 16 percent of abstainers. Around 32.9 million pounds are spent on alcohol related illnesses and health conditions in East Sussex every year. Each month there is an average of 300 ambulance call outs for alcohol related matters. In Hastings, East Sussex, alcohol dependency is similar to other parts of the UK. Community Safety Partnership activities over the last few years have successfully resulted in a reduction of alcohol related crimes; however, they are still worse than the national average. The East Sussex Alcohol Strategy addresses many of these issues and identifies ways in which they should be addressed by local councils.
East Sussex is home to a number of different options for addiction treatment. Many of these are funded, or partially funded, by the NHS and organisations. Although a private rehab programme is the most ideal form of treatment, if you are unable to afford the costs, you can benefit from NHS treatment. This can be accessed in Hastings and will typically require you to get a referral from your GP or a harm reduction service. Sometimes a self-referral will be acceptable.
Bare in mind that the NHS treatment is limited and you will have little control over what you can access. In general, inpatient rehab in Hastings, East Sussex will be limited to those people who are deemed to have a serious, life threatening addiction. Most people will be offered a medical detoxification followed by outpatient treatment services. The waiting list can vary between 3 and 6 weeks or more, depending on the time of the year.
If possible, going to a private rehab in Hastings, East Sussex, or nearby, will be the most advantageous. Should you be concerned about the high costs of rehab in the UK, please cal Siam Rehab to learn about our affordable private rehab in Chiang Rai, Thailand.
Free Addiction Support Groups in Hastings
Regardless of where you are in East Sussex there are free support groups and harm reduction services that may be able to help you. In Hastings, services are limited and largely include Change Grow Live. Star Drug and Alcohol Recovery Service – Part of the CGL network, this is a free service offering referrals, structured treatment, detoxification, counselling, and more. You can review Talk to Frank to find additional services in the area. Many of these are a 15 minute to one hour drive from Hastings.
Siam Rehab: An Alternative Treatment Option for Hastings, East Sussex Residents
Siam Rehab combines cutting edge treatment and a comfortable facility to enable men and women to make a full, healthy, and well rounded recovery. If you would like to know more about our private rehab, Hastings, East Sussex men and woman can call us now.