Admitting you are an ‘addict’ is never easy. Addiction is often accompanied by denial, and it’s not difficult to understand why this is so given the amount of guilt and shame that’s linked to addiction.
If you feel you or a loved one could be experiencing drug and alcohol addiction, then it’s always best to seek out professional help to at least diagnose the existence of this terrible illness.
Rehab 4 Addiction offers a free helpline to assist you in your search for viable and tailored drug and alcohol rehab treatment in Barnsley.
During this rehab programme, you will tackle the root causes of drug and alcohol dependency. You will tackle these issues through the use of evidence-based addiction treatments that are highly effective.
You can begin this life-changing process by contacting our advisors free on 0800 140 4690.
Our team are here to help. Many of our advisors have recovered from drug and alcohol addiction themselves, so we know exactly what you may be feeling during this tough period of your life.
Accessing suitable addiction treatment is not as straightforward as you may have imaged. Firstly, there exist different forms of inpatient and outpatient rehab treatment, and the pressure to make the right selection may leave you feeling overwhelmed.
Secondly, you will need to opt for a rehab clinic that’s within your budget. Again, the need to research rehabs from a finance perspective may also cause frustration and disappointment.
Rehab 4 Addiction has amassed a wealth of experience about the local drug and alcohol rehab sector in Barnsley and across the South Yorkshire region. Each year, thousands of people rely on our free and confidential services in locating effective drug and alcohol rehab in Barnsley.
Before we make any rehab recommendations, we carry out a thorough telephone assessment so that we may gather all facts relating to your addiction. This information means we do not recommend rehab clinics that could potentially be poorly suited to your needs.
It is highly likely you will require a 28-day rehab programme. However, we are also able to assist those of you who may simply be looking to undergo a 7-10 day detox.
To discuss over the telephone how we are able to assist you in your search for effective drug and alcohol rehab in Barnsley, Yorkshire, contact our team of helpful advisors today on 0800 140 4690.
At Rehab 4 Addiction, we have placed thousands of people into local drug and alcohol rehab clinics both within Barnsley and across the wider South Yorkshire region for well over a decade.
Our aim is to assist you in locating appropriate rehab clinics that offer clinical detox services, evidence-based therapies and extensive aftercare.
Thankfully, there are many drug and alcohol rehab clinics in Barnsley, and it’s highly likely one of these clinics will be a perfect fit for your needs. These clinics offer a safe haven in which to detox and fully rehabilitate.
All clinics we recommend are CQC (Care Quality Commission) registered. This means rehab clinics we recommend offer a high standard of care.
We only work with the most successful drug and alcohol rehab clinics in Barnsley, and we rate each rehab based on previous client feedback and the content of each clinic’s annual CQC report.
The vast majority of rehab clinics we recommend in Barnsley offer residential rehab services. Residential rehab ensures you receive addiction treatment in a distraction-free environment. Residential rehab thus offers the best chance of you achieving your long-term recovery goals.
When you begin a residential rehab programme, you will receive 24-hour care and support within a highly structured environment. You will remain in the rehab clinic for around 28-days in total.
Before your treatment formally begins, you will be assessed by a psychiatrist. This assessment includes both a physical and psychological examination.
You may also be asked to give a urine and blood sample. Doing so will reveal a number of potential physical health problems that have occurred due to your drug and alcohol addiction.
You will be given medication that helps to ease otherwise highly discomforting withdrawal symptoms that occur during the detox process.
When your rehab treatment begins following the completion of the psychiatric assessment, you will be assigned to a key worker. This person will act as a point of contact throughout your rehab programme.
Once all the administrative and initial processes have been completed, you will begin to be introduced to therapy and counselling sessions. These sessions help to address the root psychological causes of drug and alcohol addiction.
All clinics we recommend offer structured aftercare. Aftercare is the support you will receive once you have completed your residential treatment. You will also be encouraged to attend local AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) meetings in Barnsley.
These meetings help promote an abstinence-based lifestyle that’s founded on the 12-step programme. These meetings are based on the principle of ‘mutual support’, whereby former addicts help one another.
Attending both aftercare and AA meetings help to significantly reduce the risk of relapse.
For more information, get in touch with our advisors for free on 0800 140 4690. All of our advisors are trained specialists who understand the disease of addiction from a practical and theoretical standpoint.
Also, many of our advisors are also in recovery themselves, so we understand what you are going through from a personal and emotional standpoint too.
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