Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Blackwater

It’s perfectly normal to experience feelings of fear and insecurity when it comes to admitting that you are struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction and you need professional help and support.

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we can help simplify your pursuit of addiction treatment, offering your first-hand advice and support along your journey.

Many of our team members are recovering from drug and alcohol addictions, so not only will they be well-placed to answer any concerns you may have about the process, but they will hold no judgement about you or your situation.

If travel is the furthest thing from your mind, then you’ll be reassured to know that there are reputable addiction treatment facilities available locally to Blackwater.

We partner with a large number of rehab centres across the UK, all of whom offer high standards of care and are regulated by the CQC (Care Quality Commission).

Contact us today on 0800 140 4690, all calls are completely confidential and free of charge.

Discover the best treatment option for you

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we’re able to not only refer you to high-quality treatment centres both locally and nationally but to ensure that you receive the type of addiction treatment that is most suitable to your particular experience of addiction.

Through a simple telephone assessment, we will be able to determine the severity of your addiction and the side effects that you are experiencing, allowing us to recommend the type of treatment that offers you the most promise of recovery.

We will base this decision on your substance use, your pre-existing health, the length of your problem and your personal circumstances, including your available budget.

How to source the right treatment for me in Blackwater

Whilst there are both outpatient and residential addiction treatment options available in Blackwater, it’s highly likely that we’ll recommend residential rehab, as this is proven to be the most successful method of addiction treatment for those with drug and alcohol addiction problems.

Once you’ve taken our assessment and we’ve determined the severity of your current addiction problem, we will help you to decide whether your local treatment centre is the best option for you, or if you would benefit more from recovering elsewhere.

Whilst residential rehab is intensive and allows you to remove yourself from your immediate environment and social influences, some people prefer to take a bigger step back from their lives in order to become fully immersed in their recovery.

There are also individuals who feel shame about their illness and prefer the anonymity of another city.

Whatever your preference, we will be able to refer you quickly and efficiently to your facility of choice, without the requirement for further endorsement from your GP.

It’s often possible to achieve an admission date on the same day, depending on the urgency of your situation.

There are often financial plan options available, should the budget be an issue for you, with most rehab centres putting much more focus on making their services accessible to all, than purely the more affluent clients.

Reach out today to get the process started with rehab 4 Addiction.

How will private drug and alcohol rehab help me?

When you attend a private residential rehab centre, they take a holistic approach to your recovery, which is why this form of addiction treatment is usually more successful.

This involved addressing both your mental and physical connections to drugs and/or alcohol, with a range of modern addiction therapy methods.

A personalised recovery plan will be provided on admission to the programme, which will consist of medically assisted detox and a range of psychotherapy treatments.

There are experienced doctors and medical staff available 24 hours per day, and your immediate needs, such as food and drink, are all taken care of.

Medically assisted detox will usually be the first treatment, and this offers both the safest and the most comfortable detox experience, with withdrawal effects minimised where possible.

You will then attend a range of psychotherapy sessions, some independently with a specialist counsellor and various group therapies. Cognitive behavioural therapy, dialectical behaviour therapy and motivational therapy are all common.

The purpose of the psychological intervention is to diminish your mental connection to substances, looking at why you take them in the first place and what triggers you.

A relapse prevention plan will help you to learn how to circumnavigate those triggers in the future and maintain your sobriety in the real world.

Don’t delay, start your journey with Rehab 4 Addiction

Even post-rehab, you will have access to aftercare services that support your ongoing recovery and help you to stay motivated. We will ensure that you gain access to the right type of care, but also that support is not ripped away the minute you achieve sobriety.

Anyone struggling with drug or alcohol addiction has the potential to make a sustained recovery, however, the longer you leave the issue untreated, the more difficult this will be on your part.

Don’t delay, speak to our friendly team today and start your journey towards a sober and fulfilling life.

Contact us on 0800 140 4690, or ask for a callback via our web contact page.

All calls are confidential, free of charge and you are under no obligation.

 

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