Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Bodmin

Are you one of the many people in the UK that is currently struggling with an alcohol or drug addiction problem? It’s important to understand that you are not alone and there are people who can help you, no matter how severe your addiction is.

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we have a team of experienced addiction recovery specialists waiting for your call.

If you’re in the Bodmin area, or nearby, we have a number of partner drug and alcohol rehab clinics that we can highly recommend. Many of our own call handlers are in recovery, so they hold no judgment and will be very well placed to help you.

They are available 24 hours a day and it’s free to call, or you could use the contact form on our website. It’s an incredibly difficult task to take that first step towards professional help, but it’s also a brave and potentially life-saving step.

Exploring residential rehab in Bodmin

At Rehab 4 Addiction we partner with a large number of residential drug and alcohol rehab facilities in Bodmin and the wider Cornwall area. All of them are renowned clinics using modern addiction treatments as part of a structured and holistic recovery programme and they are regulated by the CQC (Care Quality Commission).

Residential rehab has been proven time and again to be the most successful method of rehab for those struggling with drug and/or alcohol addiction, which is why they are our preferred treatment to recommend. You receive full care and support from highly trained medical professionals who specialise in the area of rehabilitation.

It will, however, also require a level of personal dedication and commitment, in order to maximise the benefits of the programme.

What can I expect from a rehab clinic in Bodmin?

You will be provided with a personalised rehab programme, that is tailored to your own experience of drug and/or alcohol addiction. Rehabilitation ranges in length, depending on your individual needs and any pre-existing conditions that you may have, however, a typical stay is around 28 days.

The facilities are modern and cater to all of your daily needs, with comfortable private en-suite rooms available, as well as a wide range of therapy sessions and recreational activities.

Detox is often the primary treatment received, as it helps provide focus on your psychological therapy, as well as a chance to see life through sober eyes.

Although some people will attempt to detox prior to their stay, this is not recommended, due to the dangers involved with drug and alcohol detox, especially with certain substances, which can lead to fatality, if withdrawal symptoms are not adequately managed.

Medically assisted detox offers a safe and more comfortable experience of drug or alcohol detox, and whilst withdrawal symptoms are still expected, these will be managed and minimised, wherever possible.

Modern psychotherapy treatments

When you’ve achieved sobriety through detox, the next phase of your recovery can begin. This will involve one to one support from a specialist addiction recovery counsellor, as well as attendance to a number of different modern psychotherapy treatment sessions.

These will be tailored to your personal needs, but include such therapy types as:

  • Motivational therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Dialectical behaviour therapy
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy

There may also be a number of alternative therapy programmes and educational lectures available, including subjects like music, reiki, yoga and art.

Through your selected therapy sessions, you will learn how to overcome your triggers, address the root cause of your addiction and put together a rehab prevention plan, including coping mechanisms for testing situations, such as parties and celebrations, where substances are likely to be ingested by others.

Aftercare services available in Bodmin

Aftercare services are provided for a period of 12 months directly following the completion of your rehab programme. This will help you to assimilate to your new sober life without the constant monitoring and support that you have become used to throughout your residential stay.

You won’t be left to fend for yourself and the clinic will ensure that you have a substantial support system in place, back at home, when you return to the Bodmin area. This will include attending the clinic to update the team with your progress at regular intervals.

It will also be recommended that you attend local abstinence-based therapy groups, such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous, and contacts will be provided.

How do Rehab 4 Addiction help me to find the right rehab centre for me?

We know that admitting that you have a problem can be incredibly difficult and asking for professional help with that problem can be even harder. Our highly experienced staff will be ready to guide you towards the right type of help and treatment for your needs.

Using a short assessment, we will be able to determine the severity of your addiction and therefore recommend adequate facilities for you.

There’s no need for a GP referral or a long waiting list, we can begin your pre-admission straight away and get you on the path towards your new, sober life as soon as you’re ready to commit to the work ahead.

This will be the most important decision you make for your own health and your future, please call us today on 0800 140 4690.

 

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