Rehab 4 Addiction

If you remember what life was like without drugs and alcohol, and you wish to regain this control, look no further. Rehab 4 Addiction offers addiction advice via our free helpline.

We are among the few fully-fledged drug and alcohol rehab in Tamworth, and our services are available throughout (24 hours daily, 7 days a week).

Overview of our philosophy

We believe every single person battling addiction should have a chance to get better. This is precisely why we offer custom services that match all budgets and needs. Although we have standard services, we can customise treatment to meet your needs.

Your chances of becoming sober without professional help are very slim. Addiction is a mental disease that is capable of eating away every ounce of your being. Many addicts in Tamworth continue to suffer from alcohol and drug addiction simply because they don’t know where to get help. Our goal is offering treatment without discrimination.

Why should I trust Rehab 4 Addiction?

Rehab 4 Addiction has been helping addicts recover fully in Tamworth for over a decade now.

Furthermore, we use tested and proven therapy techniques that make treatment interesting, enriching, and delightful. Rehab 4 Addiction also caters for all your ambitions to stay sober through detoxification, rehabilitation, as well as aftercare programmes long after you leave rehab.

Do I need detoxification treatment?

Detoxification is an important part of addiction treatment since it gets rid of all the toxins and harmful effects of drugs and alcohol in your body. Without detoxification, your chances of recovering fully are very slim.

Where will I stay during treatment?

Rehab 4 Addiction offers inpatient and outpatient rehab services in Tamworth. You can receive treatment weekly or bi-weekly; however, we recommend that you receive in-house treatment.

Inpatient treatment is highly recommended since it keeps you away from addiction triggers for a while, allowing you to heal and regain the strength to resist alcohol or drugs.

Our facility is state-of-the-art and designed to offer the right environment for recovery. It can be challenging focusing on treatment and staying sober if you are in and out of rehab constantly.

What if I get sick during treatment?

When you stop taking drugs or alcohol, you are bound to experience withdrawal symptoms that range from sweating to nausea, shaking, seizures, and hallucinations. We have specialised staff monitoring all our patients 24/7. In case you suffer any withdrawal symptoms, we can administer replacement drugs such as Acamprosate, Naltrexone, and Disulfiram to deal with those symptoms.

How do I remain sober?

Abstaining from drugs and alcohol after treatment is the end goal. One of the main things you will learn when you seek treatment at our facility is; staying sober requires a lot of internal and external support.

We encourage you to seek external support system from groups like Narcotics Anonymous or Alcoholics Anonymous. You should also use our free aftercare service that is aimed at guiding you into long-term sobriety.

Even after receiving treatment, recovery is a daily task. Staying drug-free or alcohol-free is hard if you stay around addicts or people who are indulging. The temptation doesn’t go away, so it all starts with determination and a good external support system. Start today, Call 0800 140 4690. If you can stay sober today, you can do so tomorrow and the rest of your future.

Where can I find more info?

We have dedicated addiction experts ready to answer any questions you have. Simply, call, email, or live chat us. We offer free advice to addicts in any stage of addiction.

Our doctors, therapists, and counsellors are passionate about the work. If you are ready to make a lasting positive change in your life, Call 0800 140 4690 or complete our contact form. Ask us anything. You can request us to call you.

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