If you are living in Slough, or any other part of Berkshire, rehab treatment is available. Whether you need help for yourself, or would like to assist a loved one in getting the treatment they need for an addiction, a Slough treatment centre can provide the necessary support and guidance needed to recover.
Our private rehab, Siam Rehab, is a leading facility trusted by UK residents. Located in Thailand, we have the expertise, resources, and facilities needed to guide you towards a healthy, sober life. When it comes to our rehab, Slough residents turn to us for help when they don’t feel comfortable going to a private facility nearby. This is often due to the high costs and the vulnerability in being “too close to home”.
Situated in a serene location in the north of Thailand, Siam Rehab will provide with the perfect conditions to enable you to remain focused on your recovery. At the same time, our centre can protect you from the triggers, or stressors, that may influence you to use alcohol or drugs.
As a private rehab in Thailand, you will be given an individualized programme that has been tailored to treat your addiction and any physical or emotional issues you may be dealing with. Your programme may include a medically assisted detoxification, followed by rehabilitation that focuses on the psychological facets of an addiction. Physical exercise, equine therapy, art therapy, meditation, and healthy eating are also integrated into the programme.
To learn more about our affordable private rehab, Slough men and women are encouraged to get in touch with us today.
Slough is a large town of 134, 072 residents situated in Berkshire, and close to London. According to the Slough Borough Council, there is a significant issue with alcohol misuse in the area. The Safer Slough Partnership Strategic Assessment conducted a survey in which they asked whether or not alcohol misuse and dependency was a significant concern. Approximately 30 % of those asked, agreed that is was a problem.
In Slough, alcohol related hospital admissions and deaths exceed the national average. Due to there being a diverse makeup of the population, with at least 50,000 residents being migrants, the council has said there are unique challenges to addressing the alcohol problem. Due to people of all ages consuming over the recommended daily limit of alcohol, Slough is negatively affected by social and economic deprivation. According to the council, there is a lack of reliable data on alcohol dependency in Slough. It is estimated to affect 5.9 % of the population with most of these people to be between 25 and 35 years of age.
Drug use in Slough is of a great concern with the effects ranging from overdose, death, blood borne diseases, mental health problems, and domestic abuse. The wider community has also been affected by drug use and has felt an increase in crime and antisocial behavior.
In Slough, there is an estimated 1,066 heroin, opiate, and/or crack-cocaine users. It is one of the highest prevalence areas in the South East of the country. Most people, around 77 % smoke
either of these drugs with the remainder injecting them.
The profile of known drug users are typically native British men between 35 and 64 years of age. Younger people under the age of 35 tend to prefer stimulants, ketamine, cannabis, and steroids.
Addiction can ruin lives. The sooner you get help, the better you can start over and begin to enjoy all the wonderful things a sober-life can offer you. In Slough, there are a number of treatment options available.
A Slough private rehab is considered to be the most effective approach to treating addictions. These facilities can address physical dependency and long term psychological issues that are related to the addiction. Challenges are addressed in a comprehensive programme that includes individualised attention.
The cost of a private rehab in Slough or nearby can vary depending on the programme and any additional extras that you may choose. In general, you can expect to pay between £5,500 and £10,000 per 28 day programme. Unless you have private insurance, you may have to cover these costs on your own as they are not usually covered by the NHS.
If a private rehab in Slough is not a good option for you because of cost reasons, or you cannot spend several weeks away from home, you may be interested in NHS programmes. NHS addiction treatment services are good; however, there is a high demand for them. Waiting times for an inpatient or outpatient rehab can be very long. This length should not deter you in getting help, so it is recommended you talk with your GP to explore all of your options. Finally, it is worth considering going to a private rehab in Thailand where the costs of a 28 day programme are less than what you would pay in the UK.
In Slough and the nearby areas, there are many organisations that offer assistance to people with an addiction and would like help. Some are operated by recovering addicts and others by psychologists, counsellors, therapists, and volunteers.
Slough Treatment Advice and Recovery Team – START is a free service for anyone with an addiction to drugs or alcohol. Advice, support, motivation, harm reduction, aftercare, and referral services are available.
CGL Slough – Change Grow Live provides assistance to adults, children, and families who are struggling with addiction. They offer a broad range of services including counselling, training, and aftercare.
Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous – In Slough there exists several AA meetings each week. There are a few meetings held each week in and around the Slough area. Both AA and NA meetings are open to anyone with an addiction and need support.
If you are looking for an alternative option to private rehabs in Slough or NHS covered treatment, you may be interested in learning more about Siam Rehab. In less than one day, you can be transported safely from the airport to our comfortable rehab facility. Call us now to find out about our 28 day rehab programme in Thailand.