Rehab 4 Addiction

Are you located in the Cheadle Hulme area and believe your addiction is spiralling out of control? Are you looking to turn your life around for the better? Now is the time to reach out for support.

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we want to offer you help by referring you to a rehabilitation clinic in your local area.

Drug use in Greater Manchester has built up rapidly over the past few years. In 2020 the Manchester Evening News reported that deaths from drugs had reached a record high.

It was discovered that cocaine and prescription drugs were the leading causes. We know that seeking help for addiction can be tough. You may not feel like you want to stop using but think about the damage that can be caused if you let your addiction run your life.

What kind of addictions can Rehab 4 Addiction treat?

We offer professional addiction treatment for a variety of addictions. This ranges from treatment for alcohol, illegal substances, prescription drugs, as well as specialist behavioural addictions such as computer gaming and co-dependency which we can offer rehab for too.

We will always listen to you and base your treatment on your needs. Our treatment programmes vary for each individual and are not the same for each client. This is so we can achieve maximum results and ensure you enter recovery at your own pace.

Should I reach out for help?

Firstly, consider if you believe addiction is present. People can consume substances without becoming addicted which is often known as drug abuse. For it to be classed as an addiction we have to consider a few things:

  • Do you feel a constant desire to use substances?
  • Do you crave them when you cannot access them?
  • Have you seen a change in your personality?
  • Can you easily go more than 24 hours without using it?

If this sounds familiar, and you answered yes to any of the above, then please do not hesitate to get in touch today. The sooner we combat your addiction, the sooner your life can resume.

Even if you believe you are not addicted but sometimes abuse drugs have a think about why you do this. It can lead down a very slippery slope resulting in addiction.

Reach out to friends or a loved one you can confide in and tell them how you feel. We also encourage you to speak to one of our team, so we can offer free confidential advice regarding your drug use.

Can rehab help me overcome my addiction?

By entering a rehab clinic in Cheadle Hulme you are actively deciding to seek help and find support. Our trained staff can provide you with the utmost care making your transition into rehab as smooth as possible. We want you to recover from your addiction sooner rather than later.

Once you speak to us, we can assess your needs and evaluate whether residential rehab is for you. If so, there are a few routes to take. The NHS offers free services for drug and alcohol addiction but if you choose to go private, we can admit you as soon as possible.

You may think your addiction isn’t that severe, and you don’t need inpatient treatment, but it can help you achieve the best results and is proven to be the most effective method of overcoming addiction.

We offer 24/7 care and supervision meaning you can feel at ease knowing we have everything under control. Choosing to stay with us residentially means you are less likely to relapse than in the home setting. We can also help you create a support network by speaking to others who are in similar positions.

We typically offer stays for up to 28 days, but some clients can stay longer if needed. Perhaps you feel anxious about leaving behind your home and responsibilities but if your addiction is taking over your life, this is very much needed.

All we ask is for your commitment to complete the programme. This is crucial if recovery is your goal, and you seek long-term results.

When you begin your treatment, we offer a detox programme first. This allows your body to adjust to the sudden stop in drug or alcohol use. By doing this in one of our clinics we can monitor you safely and provide medication for support if needed.

We also offer you mental health support during this troubling time as we know how difficult this can be. Our trained counsellors and psychiatrists will be on hand to help you through this hardship.

What are the next steps?

From today all we ask is for you to be open and honest with us about your addiction. This may be hard for many as it is the first time they have openly spoken about their addiction. Our staff is patient and friendly, so you will never feel rushed or forced.

When you call us, we will ask questions relating to your addiction, so we can address the severity of the situation. Once we have gathered all the information we need, we can begin to move on and access immediate help and a referral.

Seeking help often sounds easier than it actually is, we know this. Many of our staff members here at Rehab 4 Addiction have struggled with addiction in the past. Making that first step towards a brighter future has helped them turn their lives around.

If you are seeking help for a friend, a loved one, or even a colleague we also welcome you to reach out too. A simple phone call can allow us to gather all the information we need to help you arrange an intervention or give you the tools you need to sit down with the individual and talk about their problem.

If you preferred to contact us in writing, we have an enquiry form that can help. We ask for you to fill this in and a member of our team will be in touch soon.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690, and take the first steps into your new life.

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