Residential Medical Alcohol Detox Clinic Near You

Are you or a loved one suffering from alcoholism and want to discuss treatment options? Alcoholism takes many different forms ranging from uncontrollable binge drinking to lower level alcohol dependency to full-on daily intoxication.

Oasis Runcorn is experienced in diagnosing and detoxing and therapeutically rehabilitating alcoholics through personalised recovery programmes. All of our staff are in recovery from a range of addictions (including alcoholism), and many have been through the detox and rehab process themselves.

Furthermore, our rehab clinic was recently rated 100% by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), and we are proud to provide low-cost treatment, with family recovery programmes and free lifetime aftercare as standard. Call our alcohol detox helpline today and speak to one of our experienced addiction counsellors!

Low-cost Residential Alcohol Detox Clinic

Oasis Runcorn is a CQC rehab who perform medical alcohol detoxes. Our alcohol detox clinic is CQC registered and part of the UKAT rehab clinic family. Oasis recently scored 100% in the annual Care Quality Commission report. If you are looking for an alcohol detox near you, our low-cost residential rehab centre is ideal.

Clinically, a medical detox is proven to be the safest way to cleanse the body from alcohol abuse, dependency or full-blown addiction; it reduces both the physical and mental symptoms and helps to safeguard against life-threatening side effects such as alcoholic seizures and delirium tremens.

Stopping alcohol suddenly or withdrawing too quickly is extremely dangerous if the individual is physically dependent. Most people do not realise how dangerous it is; it is the most dangerous substance to withdraw from without medical help and support. Call us today and discuss our affordable alcohol detox!

What Happens during a Medical Alcohol Detox?

In the case of alcohol, an approved substitute medication is prescribed that is sufficient to alleviate dangerous and unpleasant withdrawal symptoms. The amount prescribed depends on the individual’s tolerance levels and if there are any other substances involved. The individual’s general health, gender, age, medical history and mental well-being are also considered factors.

Most non-complex alcohol detoxes can be safely completed within 7 to 10 days. Due to the high-risk factors involved, this service is carried out on an inpatient basis only; This enables us to closely monitor our clients well being throughout. All those that undergo a medical alcohol detox with us will also receive additional support in the form of counselling and therapy to assist them through the process.

We strongly recommend that any individual admitting for an alcohol detox stays for a minimum of 4 weeks of rehabilitation; this is crucial to the individual staying sober and adjusting to life without alcohol. Complimentary aftercare can also be arranged and is a vital part of the ongoing treatment.

Benefits of a Medical Detox

There are numerous benefits to having a full medical detox with us, as opposed to trying to stop alcohol on your own:

  • You will receive a comprehensive medical assessment and medication, prescribed by the Doctor, to manage alcohol withdrawal symptoms
  • You will be continually monitored throughout your detox to ensure your safety and comfort
  • You will receive additional vitamins to assist your recovery physically while detoxing
  • You will be in a healing and recovery focused environment, away from the temptation of alcohol
  • Your family will benefit from knowing you are in the safe hands of a qualified Doctor and receiving expert help from professionals
  • You will complete the detox and be alcohol-free!

Alcohol Withdrawal Timeline

The timeline for common withdrawal symptoms is:

6 – 12 hrs after drinking

  • Shaking
  • Agitation
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Headaches
  • Anxiety

12 to 24 hrs after drinking

  • Hand tremors
  • Disorientation
  • Seizures

2 days after drinking

  • Insomnia
  • High fever
  • Seizures
  • High blood pressure
  • Hallucinations
  • Delirium tremens

Alcohol Rehab Recovery Programme

We strongly recommend a minimum of 28 days of alcohol rehabilitation in one of our treatment facilities. In this time, you will be treated physically, mentally and emotionally.

Our specialist programmes include:

  • One-to-one Counselling
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Fitness and Massage
  • Yoga & Meditation
  • Music & Art therapy
  • Process Addiction
  • Holistic Programme
  • Mindfulness and Acupuncture
  • Relapse Prevention Techniques

Free Lifelong 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 alcohol detox clinics, treatment needs, locations and cost – we can answer them!

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  • Oasis Runcorn
    38-40 Bridge St.
    Runcorn, Cheshire,
    WA7 1BY
    United Kingdom
  • Tel. 0203 131 5938
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