Our services consist of three stages, stage 1: 7-14-day Detox, stage 2-3: Consolidation and Relapse Prevention. With 66% of our opioid patients remaining abstinent after 12 months* compared to some published data at an average of 8%, we encourage our patients to undertake all three stages.
Did you know that up to 70% of those requiring addiction treatment may have underlying mental health disorders?
A Dual Diagnosis programme means we are treating the addiction as well as a mental health disorder such as depression or anxiety. We believe that finding the root cause of an addiction is essential to relapse prevention. Find out more about Dual Diagnosis here
Your journey to recovery begins at our inpatient facility within The Broughton Hall Estate in North Yorkshire. You’ll first meet the team at our purpose-built facility Pasture House for a multi-disciplinary team (MDT) assessment before your detox begins. The majority of detoxes are expected to be completed within 7 days, and those with more complex multiple addictions or significant mental health disorders may require 14 days (or possibly longer). Find out more about what is involved in the detox here
Consolidation and Relapse Prevention
After a successful detox, we encourage our patients to undertake a Consolidation and Relapse Prevention programme. At The BONDS Clinic, we see this as a 12-month programme tailored to you to ensure we provide the best support that we can for your recovery.
Our programme consists of various options depending on your requirements, for example Dual Diagnosis if you have a mental health disorder as well as an addiction, therapy and Naltrexone therapy. These options are carefully considered within your Consolidation plan and implemented within your Relapse Prevention programme. Your recovery to getting back to life is closer than you think. Find out more here