Alcohol Detox & Rehab Treatment Centres in Coventry
We pride ourselves on working with the most successful alcohol detoxifiation and rehabiliation clinics in the Coventry and West Midland area. We know exactly what their treatment programme involves and this means that we can find the right help for your particular circumstances.
Stopping someone drinking in Coventry
So, how do you get a loved one to stop drinking? The sad answer is, you can’t. Unless someone recognises they have a problem with alcohol and wants to stop drinking, they won’t. However there is a way to get someone to admit they have an alcohol problem and that’s an intervention. An alcohol intervention is proven to be the most successful and kindest way of getting someone close to you on the path to recovery from alcoholism. At Alcohol Helper, we provide professional alcohol interventions in the Coventry area.
Once an alcoholic accepts that they need help and that they want to stop drinking, we then look the treatment options available in and around Coventry. Often an alcohol detox will be needed. Depending on the severity of the alcohol problem, we can arrange either a medically supervised home detox or a detox within a residential treatment centre with 24/7 support for the client. Rehabilitation treatment is essential in order to stop the client drinking for good and this is most effective in a residential clinic with an intensive treatment programme. In the Coventry area, the treatment programmes offered combine a range of therapies, including one-to-one counselling, group work, cognitive behavioural therapy and alternative treatments such as yoga and massage. These help the individual understand their alcohol addiction and give them the skills they to live a life free of alcohol abuse.
If residential treatment isn’t an option, Coventry has a great range of outpatient treatment services to help alcoholics stop drinking. We work with some of the best alcohol professionals in Coventry and can get you the counselling and therapy you need to set you or a loved one on the path to recovery and to stopping drinking for good.