Rehab 4 Addiction

Are you looking for help with your addiction? Are you growing concerned about a family member or friend? Are you ready to accept that you need professional assistance? Are you looking for local help in Billericay?

If so, you’ve come to the right place. At Rehab 4 Addiction we offer a wide range of treatments such as rehab, alcohol, and drug detoxing alongside residential stays at one of our many clinics across the U.K.

You may be feeling ashamed and embarrassed of your addiction and are subsequently scared to speak out about the way you feel. We want to end the stigma attached to addiction and ask all those who need help, to please reach out to us.

Negative stereotypes often make those struggling feel worse about their addiction and force them to stay silent. We want to hear from you and can welcome you into one of our facilities immediately. The longer you stay struggling, the worse the addiction can become.

Our lovely team of skilled professionals can ease any anxieties you may be feeling and are on hand to help you any time of day. We can help find you the best treatment in Billericay whether it’s outpatient or residential treatment you require.

What is involved in rehab in Billericay?

We want all prospective patients to be aware that each treatment program is tailored to suit your individual needs. We provide the utmost care for each patient allowing you to step into recovery at your own pace.

Although each treatment plan can vary there are certain groundworks that all patients must partake in.

The first step in our residential treatment is detoxing. This is overseen by a medical professional to determine how severe your addiction is and what is the safest route to proceed.

We know this is a tricky time and withdrawal symptoms can be very unpleasant to experience but once you’ve completed your detox, you’re one step closer to living a happy, healthy life.

We would never recommend detoxing without the help and supervision of a medical professional, hence why we encourage all patients with a severe addiction to take advantage of our residential treatment courses.

Within your 28-day stay at one of our clinics, we also include therapy. This can be extremely beneficial to you during your treatment as it allows you to discuss certain triggers surrounding your addiction as well as gaining access to great support from our team.

After your treatment, we also offer aftercare sessions that take place each weekend on an outpatient basis. These sessions are very beneficial to your first year into recovery, so you can still receive support and help from the staff at one of our Billericay clinics, and different clinics across Essex.

Am I ready for rehab?

It may never feel like the right time to go to rehab when you have an addiction, but we want you to know that we are here for you always and believe there is no better time than the present to get help. Your addiction can be convincing you it isn’t as bad as you think, but the long-term effects of substance misuse are hard to ignore.

Your physical and mental health can deteriorate rapidly, so there really is no better time to get in touch with us than today. Our team is reliable and non-judgemental so if you need to talk to someone, contact us at Rehab 4 Addiction on 0800 140 4690.

Your addiction can be extremely isolating forcing you to break ties with family, work, and friendships amongst many other things. You may feel like you start to lose focus and control which can then further spiral into mental health issues such as severe anxiety and depression. Don’t let this destroy your life, get back on track with help from Rehab 4 Addiction.

Can you admit to yourself that you cannot go more than a day without using? The hardest part of addiction is admitting. We can only help you once you have reached this stage and are ready to move into recovery.

Our team is ready and waiting to discuss treatment with you and can assist you with further questions around your addiction and medical history.

What can I expect?

We know that going to rehab can be an anxiety-inducing prospect and many convince themselves that they can successfully detox at home. We don’t recommend this to any of our patients as it can negatively challenge your motivation and put you at further risk.

Our residential clinics can help you manage your withdrawal symptoms instead of experiencing them in your home environment. Whilst your body adjusts to life without the substance it is relying on it is extremely important that you are in a safe place, overseen by a medical professional.

Whilst we do recommend residential treatment for almost all patients please feel free to contact our team for advice on outpatient detox clinics and centres.

By choosing to attend a clinic in Billericay you are proactively making a change for the better and removing yourself from negative influences, allowing you to focus on yourself and the new changes in your life. We want to see you thrive and overcome addiction.

How can I begin?

If you are serious about combatting your addiction, contact us today and we will be happy to support you. You can decide to take control back of your life and start living happily, free from substance misuse.

Don’t forget, you have the final say on your treatment plan so don’t be anxious to get in touch with our team here at Rehab 4 Addiction. We want to see you succeed whether it be through outpatient detoxing or a residential treatment program, reach out today knowing you’ll be in safe hands.

Our staff is always willing to help and see you live out your best life. Start today and make that change.

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

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