Detox treatment aftercare
Our support doesn’t end the moment you leave our care – in fact, anybody that spends at least four weeks with us is provided with up to one year of additional aftercare, free of charge.
What happens in aftercare?
Whatsapp Aftercare Support Group
This keeps our ex clients connected and a space where they can share information, sign post and support one another.
Client lead weekly aftercare support group (currently done via zoom)
This is to identify any issues or struggles as a group and to share experiences as well as working through the Big Book.
Weekly follow up calls
Weekly follow up calls for the first 4 weeks to help with the transition from rehab, these then turn to monthly.
Find out more about the addictions we treat
Weekly Family Talk (currently done via zoom)
This provides general information and support to family members relating to addiction and how you can best help and support your loved one in their recovery. If you are considering residential rehab for a loved one, you are welcome to request from our admissions team to join the weekly family group. This will enable you to talk to other families, ECR Addiction Therapists and the Director.
Speak to us, today
We are on the end of the phone, ready to confidentially answer questions you may have.01502 587269
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A relief to know I did not have to go through this alone.
Carl’s detox 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.Read more stories