Finding help for yourself

The thought of going to rehab might seem daunting, or create anxiety, and that’s normal – but reaching out to us is the first brave step towards creating a positive change for yourself.

What will happen

Assessment

Our admissions team is on-hand every day from 8.30am to 10pm, and will be able to answer any questions you have with total confidentiality. You’ll be asked a series of questions to determine your needs and what your bespoke program of recovery should look like, as well as whether or not a supervised detox is required. Then, we can arrange an admission date to welcome you to the centre.

Admission

On admission you’ll be warmly welcomed by our team into the centre. We completely understand how intimidating this feels, but in our broad experience, once a client has been with us for 24-48 hours they already feel at home and know that they’re in the right place. This centre is here to serve you and your needs – you’re in safe hands.

Key worker assignment

To make sure that you always feel seen and supported, you will be assigned a key worker on arrival. This person will be with you for the entire duration of your treatment, assist you throughout, and check-in with you on a one-to-one basis. Your key worker will liaise with our support and therapy teams to ensure your recovery needs are fully met.

Therapy

During your stay with us you’ll engage in a combination of group therapies to suit your specific needs, including 12-step work, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), neuroscience, and neuro-linguistic programming (NLP). The therapy itself can be intensive, so part of your treatment also involves entertaining activities, sports, relaxing, meditation, and beautiful seaside walks – all of which add to the enhancement of your wellbeing.

Transitioning to normal life

After a stay in a rehab facility, returning to the pressures of everyday life might seem stressful and upsetting – but don’t worry, we don’t leave you to face this adjustment alone. We know this transition can be a difficult one, so we will remain in touch with you and your journey, and make sure that you are signposted to community networks that can help support you as your recovery continues.

Find out more about recovery in our frequently asked questions and resources area.

Speak to us, today

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A relief to know I did not have to go through this alone.

Carl’s story

Before I came into ECR I was worried about detoxing more than anything else, the thought of withdrawal scared me the most. When I arrived I saw the doctor and was prescribed a medical detox which was to replace the drugs I was addicted to and help prevent any severe withdrawals. The detox period was a lot smoother than I expected and at any point I was uncomfortable or worried there was always staff there for me to talk to. The support from my peers and the groups helped greatly during this time and it was a relief to know I did not have to go through this alone, there was always someone else that had been through exactly the same as me.

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