The Abbeycare Group is one of the leading addiction specialist clinics, offering private residential programmes for alcohol and drug addiction recovery, in their UK centres. This new alcohol detox service provides clients with an in-home detoxification protocol designed to reduce withdrawal symptoms like sweating, shaking, nausea and vomiting.
Qualified addiction specialists provide individualised care, to ensure the process remains safe, and comfortable, throughout. Clients are monitored by specialist nurse Lindsey Kirby and Abbeycare’s care team, with home visits, phone contact, and options for aftercare.
This new service is provided under the Abbeycare At Home brand and is launching initially in England, with further expansion expected thereafter.
CEO at Abbeycare Paul Bowley commented, “We’re excited to able to bring our 16 years experience in treating alcoholism into a client’s own home. The at-home alcohol detox programme provides an alternative for those who already have strong community supports behind them following detox or those who are unable to afford long-term residential rehabilitation options.”
He continued, “With the rising problem of alcohol addiction, the Abbeycare At Home service is another step toward our long term goal of helping increase the accessibility of recovery options available to people affected by alcoholism.”
To find out more about the alcohol home detox service, Abbeycare can be contacted on telephone 01603 513 091, or via their website below: https://www.abbeycarefoundation.com/alcohol/alcohol-detox/alcohol-home-detox/
Abbeycare is a leading UK addiction treatment provider, offering personalised rehab programmes for alcohol or drug addiction. The organisation provides specialist residential clinics, and home alcohol detox, to help thousands of people overcome their addictions each year. Founded in 2005, Abbeycare operate private rehabilitation facilities serving the UK, from detoxification or short-term residential courses lasting around two weeks; through to long-term residential rehabs that can last twelve weeks or longer. The team also offers extensive post-rehab options, which include counselling, and onward referral to secondary care choices.