Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Addlestone

If you are longing to once again live a substance-free life, a drug and alcohol rehab in Addlestone may be your answer, and Rehab 4 Addiction can help you get there.

Coming to terms with addiction and admitting to yourself that you may have a problem can be challenging enough as it is.

Pile on avoiding temptations, experiencing withdrawal symptoms, attempting to continue with your daily tasks and also searching for treatment, and it can become all too much to handle.

This is where we here at Rehab 4 Addiction can step in and take some of the weight from your shoulders. Our job is to help those battling addictions to find the help and treatment that they need, and to do so as quickly as possible.

We work hard to match client’s needs to their perfect treatment method, and with a speedy admissions process and no waiting lists, we do this before there is any more risk of further drug or alcohol use.

A drug and alcohol rehab in Addlestone is the best option if you are looking to reach a full and long-lasting recovery.

It is the only option that offers:

  • Around the clock care and attention from highly-trained therapists and medical staff
  • Effective treatment for all aspects of your addiction
  • A support network of understanding and welcoming people
  • Detachment from the possible drawbacks of your home environment
  • And a tried-and-tested route to recovery.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690 to see how else a rehab in Addlestone can help you to reach your goals.

How long will I be in rehab?

The average length of time for a rehabilitation programme in Addlestone is around 28 days. However, this is subject to change and can be altered by many factors of you and your addiction.

When you first enquire with Rehab 4 Addiction, you will undergo a short and simple assessment.

This assessment will evaluate you and aspects of your addiction such as the length of time you have used for, the severity of your situation and the substance or substances you have used/are still using.

This information – which remains 100% confidential – is used to help us determine what your main needs for addiction treatment are.

This allows us to map out which treatments you should receive and participate in, and what else needs to be done to help you recover.

From this data, we create a bespoke treatment plan for you, made with your needs and personal requirements in mind.

These treatment plans obviously differ from client to client, meaning no two are ever the same.

This also means that no time in rehab is ever the same, and some clients will inevitably need longer than others, whilst some will be able to recover quickly.

How long you spend in rehab can be altered slightly by you through things like your attitude, and how open and willing you are to partake in treatments and open up in therapy sessions.

However, much of what dictates your treatment plan and length of time in rehab is now out of your control, such as family history, age, and the substances you have used in the past.

There is no race to recover, and your recovery is possible no matter how long you spend in rehabilitation.

Instead of focusing on the ‘finish line’ (which looks different for everybody), we recommend concentrating on the progress you will have made along the way.

What treatments should I expect in rehab?

Due to the assessment mentioned above, we cannot at this time detail exactly which treatments you will for sure participate in during rehab.

We can, however, feature some of the treatments you are likely to encounter.

The main forms of therapy that are common practice in rehab include:

You may also come across contingency management, which is a treatment that incentivises good and desired behaviour with prizes and money.

You are also likely to undergo a drug and alcohol detox at some point during your recovery journey.

This will be at the beginning of your time in rehab, and will flush the toxins left behind by substances from your system, to allow you to start healing on a ‘clean slate’.

During the detox phase of treatment, you may experience several withdrawal symptoms. These can include fatigue, mood swings, muscle pain, nausea, headaches and dizziness.

The team at your chosen rehab will be on hand to guide you through this tough period, and medication can be prescribed to ease the symptoms if necessary.

 

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