Treatments

Our treatments are specifically designed to help you become abstinent and stay that way, providing you with the best chance of getting back to life. Our treatments and programmes are not ‘one-size-fits-all’, we tailor our services based on individual requirements with a focus on long-term abstinence.

Programme Model

Programme Model

Our programme model is made up of three stages:

 

  1. Stage 1 7-14 day detox, which should see you substance free within that period. You will then move onto the Consolidation and Relapse Prevention stages:
  2. Stage 2 Consolidation and Relapse Prevention lasting up to 3 months
  3. Stage 3 Consolidation and Relapse Prevention lasting up to 9 months.

    All three stages can last in total up to 12 months, consisting of Naltrexone therapy, Dual Diagnosis treatment, Talking therapy and a plan to support you getting back to life.

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Dual Diagnosis

Dual Diagnosis

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.

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Naltrexone

Naltrexone

Want to cut cravings and stay abstinent for longer? Naltrexone may help. We have experience of its use in a wide range of addictions. For our patients with opioid misuse, those who received a naltrexone implant reported being 100% opioid free at 3 months and over 75% at 6 months*.

*(Audit data from The Bonds clinic, 2019-2020). Past performance is no guarantee of future results

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Mental Health Programme

Mental Health Programme

The BONDS Clinic believe that mental health is about the whole person including mental and physical wellbeing. Sometimes we need to get back to basics. Our holistic treatment programme is set within idyllic grounds surrounded by nature and wildlife to help us get back to life.

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