Rehab 4 Addiction

If you’ve read the papers or watched the news, then you will be all too aware of Government cuts inflicted on the care sector. Addiction treatment has perhaps been the hardest hit, given the widely held view that addicts are ‘at fault’ for their condition.

However, we are here to tell you that all hope is not lost. Over the past decade, Rehab 4 Addiction has built up an extensive network of addiction treatment providers in Aberdeenshire.

To discover which facility is right for your specific needs, contact us today free on 0800 140 4690.

Addiction is classed as a progressive disorder. This is also termed, perhaps more colloquially, as a ‘downward spiral’. If you hide behind denial and take no action in defeating your addiction, you can be assured that the problem will only get worse.

We urge you to admit to yourself that help is needed. Once you overcome your denial, you have effectively taken one step closer to your long-term recovery goals.

When you contact us at Rehab 4 Addiction for addiction treatment advice in Aberdeenshire, we will discuss the emotional turmoil you are currently experiencing.

Many of our telephone advisors are themselves recovering addicts, so we know precisely what you are going through. More importantly, we are able to map out a workable plan to help you defeat your addiction to drugs or alcohol once and for all.

Types of treatment we recommend in Aberdeenshire  

To end the destructive cycle of addiction, it’s essential that you are removed from your daily routines. One way to achieve this result is to attend a residential or inpatient facility in Aberdeenshire.

During this time, you will break old destructive habits and form new routines that are more conducive to sober living.

Residential treatment begins with a detox programme. During this time, you will be given prescription medications that help combat withdrawal symptoms. You will also be subject to 24/7 care during this period.

This includes a strong element of medical supervision. A medically assisted detox plan requires around seven days to complete. However, your overall rehabilitation programme requires around four to eight weeks for maximum results.

When you enter a residential rehab clinic in Aberdeenshire, you will also benefit from an assortment of therapy techniques. You will enter the 12-step cycle where the overall goal is to maintain complete abstinence for the remainder of your lifetime.

The 12-steps is spiritual in nature. As an alternative to the 12-steps, you will also benefit from a range of non-step therapy approaches. This includes cognitive behavioural therapy and classical psychotherapy.

Contacting us today

For more help and advice on accessing addiction treatment services in Aberdeenshire, contact Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690. Alternatively, contact us through this website.

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