The programme is simple and private.
You will find a warm and friendly welcome on your admission to our clinic for treatment. Although admissions must be booked in advance, in most events we can assist with a new admission within a day of placing the booking.
Referrals made by the client themselves, their family, colleagues, and medical physicians are welcomed. We will make sure that our personnel are prepared to accommodate you after your reservation is confirmed.
Upon arrival at the facility, you will be acquainted to the medical staff and toured around so that you can orient yourself with the facility's various corners. You'll be given a welcome pack which will contain instructions regarding everything you need be familiar with during your entire admission at Alcohol Rehab Sunderland, as well as a schedule of all of treatment sessions. If are not able to drive towards our facility on your own, please give us a call.
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The First 24 Hours After Admission
Our specialist psychiatrist who is skilled in detox will provide a consultation to you during the first 24 hours upon admission.
During this visit a complete evaluation of your mental and medical treatment requirements will be conducted. A full detoxification regimen would be prescribed for administration if it be required. The detox will then be carried out and controlled by our medical experts under a rigorous protocol.
The psychiatrist will provide you with recommendations and emphasize any areas of your treatment that need specialist attention. It is very crucial for us to address all your treatment needs during your admission; thus, we'll make sure that any aspect which has been stressed or suggested is included in your personalised treatment programme. Our clinical director, medical personnel and counsellors will then regularly review your treatment plan to make sure that you always get the top care.
Our friendly staff will then help you settle in once your assessment has been completed. Our personnel is always available to talk to and encourage you since we know how stressful and scary this experience can be for many patients.