Rehab 4 Addiction

After many years of being addicted to drugs and alcohol you might have hit rock bottom. The consequences of addiction have probably affected your physical and mental health.

Beyond that, addiction affects people around you. This can have devastating effects on relationships. Addiction often changes your goals in life and so work and finances may feel as if they’re in a state of disrepair as well.

With the right support, you can change all of this and take hold of a drug and alcohol-free life. Rather than spend another year further deteriorating your health and wellbeing, you can choose to spend the next year beginning healing your mind, body and relationships with others.

Right here in Aspire there are many options to support you in recovery. From local services to our Rehab 4 Addiction private clinic you can find the ideal solution to finally start the life you would like.

Attending a rehab centre provides residents with a total package of care and support to give each person the safest and most comfortable start. Contact Rehab 4 Addiction today for more information about this.

What treatment is available in Aspire?

Whether you live in or near to Aspire there are treatment options that will work for you. It can be really difficult to know where to go. This is why talking with an expert can make this part of the recovery journey much simpler. At Rehab 4 Addiction, fully trained and qualified staff have the knowledge needed to advise on various options.

At the start of recovery it’s essential you access the best support for you. A tailored programme with your needs in mind is critical to your healing. On a call to Rehab 4 Addiction, a short assessment takes place. A discussion about the substance you use and some of the issues around this makes it clear to the treatment advisor what it is that will work for you and which direction to guide you.

There are community and private treatments in the Aspire area. Once you have contacted our referrals team, we can advise you on the most appropriate treatment programme for you.

Why is treatment necessary?

Wherever you are on your drug journey choosing a time to stop the substance can feel impossible. This is why the perfect time to quit simply doesn’t exist. The fact is giving up drugs and alcohol is hard. Especially when it has been a life-long experience. When people use substances to cope with difficult events and because it feels as though this is all they now know, the idea of abstinence can feel worrying.

However, abstinence is liberating. It changes lives every day. From people who have had an alcohol or drug problem for months to those who have been drinking and using for years, it is possible to stop and discover a new you.

Addiction comes with a whole host of negative side-effects. The physical effects of addiction can destroy the vital organs such as the heart, lungs, and liver etc. Drink and drugs affect the chemical balance in your brain. This in turn affects your mental health. Some people use substances to self-medicate for issues around stress, low moods, and feeling as though they can’t cope.

When you quit a substance and start putting healthy food and drink into your body as well as becoming more active and having positive life goals, this can completely change your life. This reduces your future risk of illnesses and disease. It also increases your chances of finding contentment and finding the control of yourself that you deserve.

Rehabilitation is successful with every type of individual. As long as a person is committed to stopping and will do everything in their power to stop and has the right support around them, recovery is possible.

What is covered in drug and alcohol rehab programmes?

There are two predominant areas that need to be rehabilitated in order for a person to recover: the mental and the physical.

A fully comprehensive treatment programme will provide the tools and support to physically stop a substance. For dependencies this can mean having access to prescribed medication by specialist doctors. At a private clinic, detox is essential before psychological support takes place.

Psychological support is critical in order to equip people with life-long strategies to stay off alcohol and drugs. At Rehab 4 Addiction in Aspire, this is gained through participating and fully committing yourself to the specialist and holistic therapies available in-house.

Outpatient and Inpatient programmes

For people who have experienced long-term addictions where the substance feels essential in order to function then a rehab clinic is very suitable.

Accessing local drug services can be beneficial, especially for people who have more control over drinking and taking drugs. There is group support as well as limited opportunity for one-to-ones with drug and alcohol workers. Outpatient programmes are helpful for people who need to remain at home and who have more of a handle on their substance use.

However, if abstinence is your goal and the addiction you’re experiencing feels totally ingrained then a stay at rehab could be the event to make the biggest difference to your life.

A private clinic like the Rehab 4 Addiction clinic in Aspire provides trained psychotherapists, highly-qualified doctors along with experienced staff. At a private clinic you have access to support around the clock.

At a private clinic you have total support around withdrawal, cravings, and what to do in those uncomfortable moments.

What to do next

To make this step of the journey easier, all you need to do is call us at Rehab 4 Addiction. We’ll guide you through a short pre-assessment to find out what the most suitable programme is for you in Aspire. Call us today to change your life and future.

Call Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690 or fill in the enquiry form.

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