Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Balidon

We want you to know that your recovery is possible no matter what your circumstances are. Though you may feel hopeless, or out of control, there is help available.

That help can be found with us here at Rehab 4 Addiction.

We are an advisory and referral service that specialises in finding a suitable treatment for people battling drug or alcohol addictions.

We work with a network of rehabilitation centres and outpatient clinics across the UK, so we have no trouble matching client’s needs with the right treatment facility and method.

Through a few quick assessments of you and your addiction, we will be able to determine what your personal needs are, and what treatments and therapies will work best for you.

With this information, we can create a bespoke treatment plan for you that will guide you throughout your time in your chosen drug and alcohol rehab in Baildon.

To learn more about what we can do for you, contact us on 0800 140 4690. Alternatively, fill in our online form to receive a callback.

Taking the first step

Acknowledgement is the first – and sometimes even the hardest – step in a journey to recovery.

It takes great strength and courage to be able to admit to yourself and your loved ones that you may have a problem with drugs or alcohol.

If you’re reading this, you have successfully taken that first step of admission, and we’re glad that you are here and have chosen us as your route to recovery.

If you are still unsure as to whether what you experiencing is an addiction or not, or if you are someone who may be in denial about the seriousness of their situation, you are not alone.

Many people throughout the country who use substances like drugs and alcohol relatively recreationally believe they are far from addiction and have no chance of experiencing the dangerous side effects of one.

This is unfortunately far from the truth, and these people that believe that rehab would be of no benefit to them could almost definitely be positively impacted by rehabilitation. If this sounds like you, you don’t have to suffer in silence.

An addiction can spiral out of control extremely quickly, and if left untreated it can cause lasting – and sometimes fatal – damage.

Even if you do not believe you have a problem, this may not be the case, so listen to peers and loved ones for expressed concerns over your substance use.

If you feel you fall into this category, we suggest reaching out right away. We are able to discuss you and your situation in detail and can identify what it is you are experiencing.

If it is an addiction you are battling, we can advise you on what your next steps should be, and give you any information you need on the prospect of drug and alcohol rehab in Baildon.

Detoxing and Therapy

If you do decide that drug and alcohol rehab is the right move for you, we will work quickly and efficiently to get your enquiry and admission processed as soon as possible.

You will be placed in your chosen rehab in Baildon in no time, and will soon be on your way to a full and lasting recovery.

During your time in rehab, you will experience both a drug and alcohol detox and also a multitude of therapy and counselling; treatment for both the body and the brain.

At this time we cannot detail exactly what it is you will undergo and participate in, due to each treatment being decided by the earlier mentioned assessments.

However, we can give some brief insight into what to expect from these two main treatment methods.

1. Drug and alcohol detox

This is usually the first phase of any client’s time in rehab.

Although it may be daunting, a drug and alcohol detox is a necessary and important step in the journey to recovery, as it flushes the toxins left by various substances out from your system. This allows you and your body to start healing on a ‘clean slate’.

During this time it is highly likely that you will experience a number of withdrawal symptoms, which can include nausea, muscle pain, mood swings, fatigue, dizziness and headaches.

Medication can be prescribed to you at this time if necessary.

2. Therapy and Counselling

Throughout your time in rehabilitation, you will participate in multiple forms of therapy and counselling. Some of the most common methods that you may encounter include:

Through this therapy, you can hope to further understand yourself, your addiction and what led you to rehab.

You can also begin to identify your personal triggers, learn how to avoid them, discover new coping techniques to replace old ones, and generally prepare for a substance-free life back home.


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