Ocean Recovery Centre Blackpool Review
Located in the seaside resort of Blackpool on the lovely Lancashire coast in northwest England, Ocean Recovery Centre is a luxury treatment facility that specializes in the care of clients struggling with substance abuse and eating disorders as well as gambling and sex addictions. For clients with other co-occurring mental health disorders, dual diagnosis support is available. Ocean Recovery provides an individualized and comprehensive curriculum that includes detox, a residential program, extended care and aftercare. Therapies include a combination of evidence-based, holistic and spiritual methods.
Accommodations and Food
Clients at Ocean Recovery Centre stay in a stunning 19th-century building just outside the town center in Blackpool, not far from Stanley Park. Ocean Recovery offers a relaxing and supportive atmosphere is a significant part of treatment. The campus offers a medical team with around-the-clock supervision. With no more than 18 residents at a time, the facility provides a communal atmosphere without sacrificing client privacy. Clients stay in private rooms with en suite bathrooms and TVs.
Ocean Recovery believes that a healthy diet is a key aspect to successful rehabilitation. A private chef and culinary team prepare every meal with the help of a nutritionist. Clients with dietary preferences and allergies can be accommodated.
Treatment and Staff
Upon admission, clients undergo a psychological assessment that is used by staff to develop the most effective treatment program optimized to meet the client’s specific needs. If deemed necessary, clients begin in a detox program that rids the body of the physical components of addiction. The length of the detox process typically lasts seven days. The facility can offer a medically-assisted detox if needed, including medication to ease withdrawal symptoms as well as around-the-clock supervision. Following the completion of detox, most clients transition into the residential stage of treatment.
During the residential program, Ocean Recovery Centre integrates a range of evidence-based and holistic methods and the 12-step model. The program varies in length, though typically lasts between seven and 28 days. Clients engage in individual and group therapy as well as psychotherapy facilitated by therapists utilizing techniques including CBT, meditation, relaxation therapy, art therapy, acupuncture, yoga and nutrition. In addition, the facility provides psychoeducation classes that cover topics including stress management and relapse prevention.
The Ocean Recovery Centre staff is comprised of a multidisciplinary team of psychiatrists, psychotherapists, certified addiction specialists, holistic therapists, counselors, nutritionists as well as support staff.
Ocean Recovery believes that aftercare is a key component in the success of long-term recovery. To this end, following completion of the residential program clients work with therapists to create an aftercare program that includes a contingency plan should a relapse occur. Staff points clients in the right direction for local support groups including 12-step and SMART Recovery.
Ocean Recovery Centre in Blackpool is a luxury treatment facility in a beautiful seaside resort. The facility provides comprehensive, individualized programming for clients struggling with substance use disorders, eating disorders, mental health issues as well as gambling and sex addiction. For clients looking for a thorough residential program that includes support for every phases of recovery—detox to aftercare—Ocean Recovery Centre is a great resource.
Ocean Recovery Centre Location
Gables Holiday Flats
94 Queen’s Promenade
Blackpool FY2 9NS
Ocean Recovery Centre Blackpool Cost
11,980 GBP [$16,192 per publishing day exchange rate] (30 days). Reach Ocean Recovery Centre Blackpool by phone at 0125 353 0553 or by email at [email protected]. Find Ocean Recovery Centre on Facebook and Twitter
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