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Getting help in Devon

Rehab 4 Addiction offers a variety of addiction treatment options in Devon and the wider South West of England region. To discover how we can help, contact us today on 0800 140 4690 and we shall help you better understand the various treatment options in Devon.

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we offer a 100% free and confidential helpline and we specialise in ‘making sense’ of the often complex nature of seeking out professional drug and alcohol addiction treatment.

Busting misconceptions

If you have read the newspapers, you will find no shortage of stories about ‘celebrity rehab’. One misconception is that private addiction treatment is the preserve of the rich and famous. This could not be further from the truth. Whilst private treatment may require an investment of time and money, it is usually within the grasp of the majority of people seeking this sort of help.

Abstinence model of recovery

When you attend a residential treatment centre in Devon, the initial aim of treatment is to help you detoxify in a safe and controlled environment. The overall aim of treatment is to allow you to tackle your dependency and then live your life without drugs and alcohol. This aim is also known as the ‘abstinence model’ of recovery.

To achieve total abstinence, the treatment provider will offer an intensive programme of therapy and counselling sessions. These sessions will help you become free of drugs and alcohol. Moreover, you will be given the tools and techniques to tackle life’s issues without feeling the need to ‘self-medicate’ with drugs and alcohol.

To achieve this aim, all of the treatment providers we recommend in Devon employ a multi-disciplinary team of experts. These experts include psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, prescribing nurses, psychologists, neurobiology experts and addiction counsellors. This allows the treatment centres to effectively nurture your ongoing recovery goals both whilst you attend the rehab centre and once you have returned home via the provision of ‘aftercare’.

The early stages of treatment

When you initially enter a rehab facility in Devon, you will benefit from an extensive physical and psychiatric assessment. This assessment will allow the psychiatric team to recommend a ‘best course of action’ in terms of your detoxification and rehabilitation programme that will follow.

Your initial detoxification programme will be managed by a clinical team, whilst your ‘rehabilitation’ programme will be managed by the treatment centre’s counselling team. The counselling team typically consists of therapists and counsellors who employ modern techniques such as CBT, psychotherapy and holistic therapies.

Tailored addiction treatment in Devon

The initial assessment before treatment begins is a critical component of your overall recovery programme. Why? Because each person is unique, and thus standardising the recovery process is likely to fail. This calls for a highly tailored approach to professional addiction treatment, and this is exactly what you will receive when you attend a treatment centre in Devon.

Essentially, your tailored treatment programme will take into account your particular wants, needs and requirements. This is because the treatment programmes we recommend are based on thorough ‘needs analysis’ at the outset. To determine your precise needs, a thorough assessment is put in place both before you enter the treatment centre and on an ongoing basis during your programme.

Getting help today

To discover your various treatment options in Devon, contact Rehab 4 Addiction today and without delay. Your call will be answered by one of our knowledgeable advisors. Many of our advisors are themselves recovering addicts. This means we know exactly what you are going through. Contact us today on 0800 140 4690or reach us through this website.