Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we provide rehab placements for people all around the country, including here in Adwick le Street and the surrounding area.
We use our expertise to determine the right treatment centre for you, and then make use of our extensive network of contacts to get you that treatment as soon as possible.
Call us on 0800 140 4690 to find out more, or read some of our FAQs below.
Residential rehab is a place where you can go to receive treatment for all aspects of addiction while getting valuable respite from the chaos and stresses of modern life.
In rehab, you can concentrate fully on your own recovery, with the help of specialist professionals, without having to worry about your usual responsibilities and commitments.
Think of rehab as a ‘one-stop shop’ – a physical location where you can go through detox, get the treatment that you need, and heal mentally, physically, and spiritually.
Most people tend to stay at rehab for about 28 days, although it can be more or less than that, depending on a person’s circumstances.
If you book a rehab placement through Rehab 4 Addiction, we can provide absolute clarity on how long you will need to stay, and how much your treatment will cost overall.
There are no hidden costs to worry about, and even when we make a recommendation as to where to get your treatment, you are not committed to anything until you tell us you are ready to proceed.
There are rehab centres that deal with all types of addiction, from alcohol and drugs to gambling and other types of behavioural addiction.
Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we refer our service users to private rehab centres that deal with alcohol and drug addiction, which includes anything from cocaine to heroin to cannabis.
Although all addictions can have a negative impact on people’s lives, there are further considerations when attending rehab for drug and alcohol abuse.
For example, all patients who are in a pattern of substance abuse will need to go through detox when they get to rehab. This will be handled professionally and gradually at rehab – do not attempt to detox by yourself, this is very dangerous.
Everyone’s treatment plan is slightly different. This is because everyone’s substance addiction is slightly different, and will have affected their lives in different ways.
One common part of rehab treatment, as mentioned above, is detox. From there, you can begin a specialised treatment plan, which is likely to include various different types of therapy.
This could include, but is not limited to:
It’s a varied selection, but this is very much a good thing – the idea is to give you a comprehensive understanding of addiction, and more specifically, how it affects you and those around you.
As you get to the end of your time in your rehab facility, you will be encouraged to consolidate everything you have learned and put it to use in a relapse prevention plan.
This plan will set out dangerous areas to stay away from, as well as encouraging you to take proactive steps to maintain your own recovery.
For example, you may need to cut ties with an old friend who is still abusing drugs or alcohol, and you may also be compelled to attend ongoing addiction group meetings, such as alcoholics anonymous, or seek out one-to-one professional help.
Overall, this plan will help you to minimise your chances of going back into addiction and destructive behaviours.
The process of getting help through Rehab 4 Addiction is pretty straightforward. Firstly, you call us on 0800 140 4690 once you are ready to acknowledge and face your substance abuse problem.
From there, we can take you through a telephone assessment, in which we will ask a number of questions about how addiction has affected you.
Once we have information to go on, we can make a recommendation as to which of the rehab centres in Adwick le Street and the surrounding areas would be suitable for you.
Once this recommendation has been made, we make it as easy as possible for you to get in there quickly and begin treatment.
We can tell you exactly how much your treatment will cost, and provide answers and advice for any other concerns you might have about managing your responsibilities while you are away at rehab.
We have provided this service for thousands of satisfied service users since our formation in 2012. Call us today – it may be the best thing you ever did for your own well-being.