Rehab 4 Addiction

Following the Covid 19 pandemic in The UK, NHS addiction treatment services is overstretched. Those looking to begin their recovery journey are met with long waiting lists, which can decrease the motivation to complete a treatment programme.

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we recognize the need to act quickly when someone decides they need help. We’ll not only advise you in selecting a private clinic to match your needs but ensure you’re seen as soon as possible.

In as little as 48 hours after you reach out, you’ll find yourself in the safe environment of one of our Arnold or Nottinghamshire-based centres.

Misconceptions about rehab

Due to misrepresentations in the media, rehabilitation centres are often met with preconceived notions. Tabloids and reality shows depict celebrities or the extremely wealthy attending rehab for addiction.

This creates a false picture and has led many to think that private clinics are unattainable financially. In your initial phone consultation with Rehab 4 Addiction, we’ll take into consideration your budget when choosing a centre.

Another misconception about rehabilitation care, and addiction in general, is that an individual has to have a severe addiction, or have hit rock bottom, in order to receive treatment. Historically, rehab clinics have been seen as reserved for those with a severe addiction- usually to Class A drugs such as opioids.

In reality, individuals from all walks of life and levels of addiction enter rehab for its dedication to providing quality, consistent care. The addition itself is a spectrum that varies greatly depending on genetics, environment, and social factors.

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we believe in providing specialist care for each individual, and each severity of substance abuse disorder.

Lifelong recovery: how can staying in a rehab centre achieve this?

Longevity in care is what sets apart rehabilitation centres from other forms of outpatient treatment. With methods backed by the latest research in addiction therapy, our treatment providers ensure unwavering support: from admission to your subsequent life after rehab.

Support is available from the offset, till long after your return home. During your stay, you’ll have access to medical professionals, and addiction psychiatrists. Unlike outpatient care, treatment will be consistent, meaning the team will be able to identify and address the cause of addiction.

Identifying what triggers an addiction, be it psychological or due to social factors, is vital to long term recovery. Preparation for life on the outside, through the development of coping strategies, is available for each client and is tailored to fit each specific need.

As a result, those who are discharged from rehab return home with the confidence to achieve lifelong recovery. Through a combination of therapy, holistic workshops, and education, individuals not only enter recovery but stay in recovery.

Available treatments in residential care

While each set of treatments will differ depending on the needs of an individual, a similar detoxification process is offered to all clients. While at home, it’s not uncommon for addiction sufferers to attempt a detox themselves.

This may be a testament to an individual’s motivation to begin recovery, but it is rarely effective without proper support or medication. At one of our treatment providers, you’ll enter a managed drug or alcohol detox treatment in an environment designed to alleviate stress.

Throughout this time (usually around 7 days), you’ll gradually reduce the amount of a substance entering your system, while in a comfortable space and supported by staff. You’ll also be offered medication to help ease withdrawal symptoms, which depending on the substance and level of addiction, can range from mild to severe.

Thankfully, you’ll have the guarantee of 24-hour support, as and when you need it.

This detoxification is only one stage of the recovery process, however. In order to yield long term results, a variety of psychotherapy treatments, 12-step work, and holistic workshops are implemented.

Often times, substance use disorder is the result of or worsened by, an undiagnosed mental health illness. You’ll be assessed by a leading professional, and if needed, diagnosed appropriately.

You can then choose from a variety of psychotherapy options, depending on which would suit you best. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), and other types of talking therapies, are helpful not only in providing emotional relief but giving you an insight into your addiction.

We want you to get the most from your experience at rehab, and have the opportunity to improve all aspects of your life, moving forward. Holistic treatment, which focuses on healing through an individual’s interests, will also be available.

Clients will have the chance to partake in mindfulness workshops and re-ignite old hobbies such as music, art, or sport. In these activities, you’ll be able to choose between individual or group therapy- and reap the benefits of both in your recovery journey.

Sustaining sobriety: post-rehab aftercare

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we know that in combating this chronic illness, some of the hardest work is done upon your return home, post-rehab.

As part of our long term treatment package, you’ll be enrolled in a 12-month aftercare programme- at no extra cost. This will include access to Arnold-based anonymous groups, support for your loved ones, and regular check-ups from a member of our team.

Contact us to make an enquiry

If you’re currently based in the Arnold area, and seek addiction support for yourself or someone dear to you, our team is at the ready.

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

Any information shared will be confidential, and you’ll have access to a specialist psychiatrist to provide a full evaluation, and any advice you may need.

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