When you drop by into any of our rehab facilities, what you will notice right away is the warm atmosphere filled with so much optimism, faith and compassion.
Unluckily most of the people we see have a tendency to only respond in a manner that caters to their main focus which is to run away from reality and evade the experiences of thinking and feeling negatively.
Several individuals who are dependent to drugs and alcohol exist in a community where standard regulation and social policies are not being adhered to. Frequently their boundaries are useless and their behaviour can at times be morally wrong and not align with what they realise to be correct to do.
Regrettably they adopt these behaviours strongly with an example being an individual who is so immersed in lying that they begin to believe their lies as being what is true. In addition our clients are only familiar with how to act in troubled relationships, they can no longer love truly and the embarrassment and self-reproach they suffer mean that they can't find the pluck to apologise or to request some assistance. They are not capable of looking after themselves and because of their selfish and compulsive substance abuse, they do not have the motivation or time to look after others.
Essentially our aim is to change everything by what we try to do at Alcohol Rehab Isle of Wight. The primary thing which needs to be done is to get the patient away from the substance which can be fulfilled only through a comprehensive detox procedure.
Controlled by a private Doctor and supervised by one of our licensed Nurses, Alcohol Rehab Isle of Wight is able to offer a medically assisted withdrawal.
When we have an individual whose body is free from the substance we take help from our primary, secondary and day-care rehab program so that we may start to work on their mind and spirit.
We offer a secure and protected atmosphere for individuals to rediscover themselves by assessing their views, feelings, their past and their future plans. The rules and guidelines at our facilities offer a structured and ordered environment. We let our patients know that the world is based on rules that are created to keep them secure and to provide fairness with straightforward rules, like not being late for group sessions. You are motivated by knowing that your counsellor was also an addict and is now 13 years sober and clean, proves to someone that it's not impossible.
We start to empower people throughout the treatment process to build positive relationships. The first thing we do is create surroundings to reflect belonging to a family; patients develop a sense of fellowship and they begin creating relationships with each other, as well as recreating trust in their real family relations through constant communication with their loved ones. Then we equip people to alter their thoughts, learn to live with their feelings and consequently adapt their conduct. We share to these individuals the concept of the 12 step programme which is really straightforward and useful and has assisted several individuals to be cleansed and sober for almost a century.
We challenge individuals when they are unable to acknowledge what they need to although we also let them commit blunders and gain some insights from these. By employing the powerful system of the quasi-residential living model and the programme, we in addition equip our clients to get a brand new assortment of positive 'learned' behaviours; by residing in shared housing and forming part of the community, by having some onus to look after money, complete weekly shopping, prepare food for themselves and reside in the community, our clients are being taught each day how to 'live' in the outside world without requiring a drug to assist them.
Long term results are acquired by gradually creating a new life in rehab.
It is also our goal to support our clients' loved ones.
This is very important since they are the people that will be living with your patients after rehab, so family and friends have a chance to get to know others who dealt with same situations, here at Alcohol Rehab Isle of Wight, and to understand how to encourage patients after rehab.
We accomplish these throughout the next 2 to 24 weeks. Many of our clients come to Alcohol Rehab Isle of Wight with a number of years of active addiction and often many years of distress before that. The more time people can have adopting this new lifestyle, the better the long-term outcome because it can take a long time to 'un-weave' the chaos of someone's life in addiction. We also cater to requests for relocation or transfer through Alcohol Rehab Isle of Wight Housing so that it's easy for anyone to really start anew in a different place, new neighbourhood and welcome new chances.
Regardless of the time you will be with us, our objective is to empower you so that you have a strong foundation for a fresh start and life in recovery.