Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Banstead

Heading towards a life of abstinence is a huge achievement. When a person reaches a point where they’ve had enough of the addiction struggle and the negatives are overwhelming, real change can begin.

Wherever a person is in their drug or alcohol journey, whether it’s been six months or thirty years, Rehab 4 Addiction is here to support you towards recovery.

Thousands of people are completing rehabilitation programmes every year and walking away sober to continue their life of healing.

Having an addiction usually means people spend a lot of time focused on getting drugs or alcohol. Although taking substances is unhealthy, this shows that there is determination.

One of the most important qualities needed to successfully complete treatment and live a life of abstinence is determination.

Choosing to begin rehabilitation is about putting all the effort and time you have used to take the substance and instead of using it to not take it. There are many healthy things you can do that will replace drugs and alcohol.

A new lifestyle will make this much easier to achieve.

To create a new lifestyle free from drugs and alcohol, the best place to start is by accessing rehabilitation programmes.

How does Rehab 4 Addiction support you?

The Rehab 4 Addiction team is here to facilitate your move onto a rehab programme. We have years of experience and knowledge of the addiction services available throughout the UK.

Our goal is to ensure that you are placed into the most suitable setting in order to give you the highest chances of successfully completing treatment.

We are connected to rehab clinics all over the country. This means we can ensure you’re able to access treatment in whichever location feels best for you.

Deciding to start recovery can be an incredibly stressful time filled with inner turmoil. There will be a lot on your mind.

This is where we can support you. You can call us to ask questions and find out about various treatments.

The goal, ultimately, is to get you smoothly placed into a top-quality treatment centre.

To make this easier for you, we refer, liaise with the centre and handle all the arrangements that need to be made up to your admission date.

What are rehab clinics like?

Rehab clinics provide environments that feel like a “home away from home”.

When you’re facing psychological and physical cravings, or feeling emotionally overwhelmed, or like you can’t see a way to overcome a trigger, a rehab clinic will ensure that all external factors are calm and comforting.

At a time of stress, you need nurturing and rehab clinics offer you that. There are private rooms for sleep, communal rooms to spend time socialising, and counselling rooms for one-to-ones.

Staff have years of experience and are friendly while being professional. There are various boundaries that are laid out from the start in order to keep residents safe.

Learning to appreciate and live with boundaries is an essential aspect of recovery after a long time where you have perhaps not applied them around addictive habits.

What’s on offer at rehab?

When you stay as a resident for a length of time at a rehab clinic, you get access to all the support and treatments you possibly need to overcome the substance misuse problem.

There are treatments that support the physical aspect of the addiction as well as the mental and spiritual aspects.

Addiction is an illness that permeates all aspects of who a person is, much like the experiences, memory, and traumas that have created the addiction in the first place. This is why it’s important to access all of the treatments.

Patients need a deep level of care and therapy and medications that work. Rehab clinics provide this.

What happens if I relapse after a stay at a rehab clinic?

Firstly, if you relapse, it’s important to accept this and forgive yourself just as you would someone else in your position. A relapse is possible, of course.

It does not signify the end of recovery, though. On the contrary, for many, it serves as a leverage point to continue the healing journey.

Relapse often reminds people of what made them need to start healing. A relapse does not mean starting again at square one because you have already started the healing process.

When you go to rehab, you and the staff will develop a 12-month aftercare plan. This will include action points on how you can manage cravings and triggers.

It’s imperative you practise these where necessary.

The aftercare plan will also include what to do in the event of relapse. There will be people you can contact and sessions you can attend to support you through this moment.

Can I go to rehab if I have a mental health problem?

Definitely. Rehab clinics are designed to support people who have an addiction and mental health problems.

Drug and alcohol practitioners understand how closely the two conditions are connected. Therapists are trained to treat both.

It’s commonly acknowledged that mental health problems can cause addiction and vice versa. Rehab clinics welcome people experiencing any of the following symptoms:

  • Low mood.
  • Low motivation to do anything.
  • Feeling restless.
  • Paranoia.
  • Panic attacks.
  • Suicidal thoughts.
  • Hallucinations.

The difference between detox at home and at rehab in Banstead

There are both outpatient and inpatient options when you access treatment. Inpatient is where you stay overnight at a clinic as already mentioned.

Outpatient means you stay at home and attend sessions were agreed with the workers at the clinic.

Outpatient services are really useful for people who live busy lives and need to keep focused on their usual responsibilities such as looking after the kids or going to work. There is less input, which for some might be more suitable.

Outpatient services tend to be more useful for people with mild substance disorder or for people who are abstinent and benefit from keeping in contact with services.

Inpatient services provide 24/7 care, an immersive approach to treatment where all needs are covered, and a medical team to ensure physical safety.

They’re usually more appropriate were moderate to severe addictions exist.

What do I do now?

To take the next step, all you need to do is give the Rehab 4 Addiction team a call. If you find talking difficult, please don’t worry, we lead the conversation and ask you a few questions.

This helps us to understand the addiction and what you want to gain from treatment.

The most important thing is, to be honest, wherever possible. This is one of the most important aspects of recovery.

When you speak with us honestly, we’re able to understand your situation better and direct you to the most suitable rehab programme.

Call us today on  0800 140 4690.

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