Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Bakewell

If you’re looking to recover from a drug or alcohol addiction problem in the Bakewell area, then you’ve come to the right place.

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we provide support, advice and access to a network of trusted drug and alcohol recovery treatment services.

We are knowledgeable and experienced in the area of drug and alcohol addiction and recovery, so we know what to consider in order to determine the best course of rehab treatment.

We will take you through a short assessment, to establish the type, severity and side effect of your addiction problem. This will then help us to refer you to one of our trusted partners.

When you call, have the answers to the following questions at hand, as well as any questions or concerns that you may have relating to the treatment process:

  • What substance(s) do you use?
  • How regularly do you use them and in what quantities?
  • How long have you been using them and when do you think your addiction began?
  • Have you tried to recover previously?
  • Have you received any professional help?
  • Do you have pre-existing health conditions?
  • What is your budget and preference of location?

Once you have the information ready, give us a call here, at Rehab 4 Addiction and we will help you to source the help that you need.

Call today on 0800 140 4690, or request a callback through our contact form. All calls are free and completely confidential.

To get you started, we’ve already dealt with some frequently asked questions about the addiction recovery process below.

What type of treatment can I expect at a drug or alcohol rehab centre in Bakewell?

If you live in Bakewell and are happy to carry out your recovery treatment there, we have partners available who offer both residential and outpatient treatment options.

Please note, however, that the severity of your condition will determine which type of treatment that we refer you to, and those with significant drug or alcohol problems are likely to be recommended residential rehab.

Residential rehab problems offer a holistic approach to addiction treatment, which ensure that both physical and psychological factors of your illness are addressed.

The programme is further tailored, to suit your exact recovery needs, meaning that this style of drug and alcohol addiction treatment generally offers the highest chance of success.

Detoxification will often constitute the initial part of your recovery, as this not only gives you the chance to experience sobriety, but also prepares you mentally for the next part of the treatment which will tackle your psychological attachment to drugs and/or alcohol.

So it’s impossible to stamp out withdrawal symptoms; these can be minimised through the use of prescription medications.

Psychotherapy treatments will include one-to-one counselling with a specialist drug and alcohol addiction expert as well as various therapy sessions.

These sessions can range from cognitive behavioural therapy and dialectical behavior therapy through to motivational therapy, group therapy and alternative therapies such as art music and reiki.

Another benefit of private residential rehab treatment is the extended aftercare services which are available for at least a year, following your discharge.

Attending rehab within the Bakewell or surrounding areas will enable you to access the services more easily, as well as maintain any relationships built with both staff and other clients during your stay.

How does outpatient treatment differ from residential rehab?

Outpatient treatments for drug and alcohol addiction can be successful for those who are new to the addiction or have very minimal side effects.

This form of rehab requires substantial self-control and motivation, as you will be independently managing your recovery; ensuring that you don’t miss any treatments and stay sober between meetings.

Most NHS based addiction recovery treatments will be outpatient or community-based services.

The waiting lists for these services are very long and often lead to a diminished interest in recovery.

The main differences between outpatient and residential treatments are as follows:

  • Residential rehab is intensive in nature due to 24-hour monitoring in environments that lifts you out of your usual daily life
  • You are not required to manage your own treatment schedule at residential rehab
  • All of your needs such as food and leisure activities are taking care of allowing you to focus entirely on your recovery
  • You will have access to leading addiction professionals anytime you need them throughout the course of your stay

Can I still see my family whilst in residential rehab?

Many people are understandably concerned about leaving their families if they go off to residential rehab.

Whilst this can be a relatively long stretch to be away from your family; particularly if you have children, they are able to visit you at designated times.

They may even be encouraged to attend family therapy sessions with you, which will help them to better understand your disease and provide a stronger support network for you, on your return home.

Whilst your family can visit regardless of where you choose to recover, if you do wish to see them throughout the course of your treatments, it’s recommended that you stay locally to Bakewell in order to take advantage of the convenience.

How soon can I return to my daily life in Bakewell?

As residential we have treatment programs or personalized to your specific needs it is difficult to say how long a potential stay may be.

Typically, around 28 days provides the optimum time to both detox and benefit from the psychological care, however this period will be flexible depending on a number of factors; including your own readiness to recover

It’s also worth considering that the sooner you attempt to address your addiction the easier it will be to achieve a sustained recovery. We can ensure that you access the right type of treatment in your preferred locality quickly and efficiently. we don’t need a GP referral simply your commitments and motivation to recover.

Pick up the phone and speak to us here at Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690, or request a callback through our contact form. All calls are free and completely confidential.

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