Rehab 4 Addiction

Are you determined to beat your drug or alcohol addiction once and for all? Are you feeling confused about the various treatment options available to you?

Then it’s time to get in touch with our team at Rehab 4 Addiction. We specialise in helping people to find alcohol and drug addiction rehab in Bolton.

Whether you’re seeking residential, outpatient or even at-home treatment for your addiction, we can assist. We’ll work with you to help you find a treatment provider that’s right for your needs and circumstances.

Why we think residential treatment is superior

Whilst there may be times when outpatient or at-home treatment is the better option, we believe that residential treatment is usually the superior choice.

Checking into a residential rehab clinic in Bolton won’t just separate you from those addiction triggers that lead you to drink alcohol or take drugs, but it also ensures that you have round the clock medical assistance should you need it.

Therefore, you experience any unpleasant or potentially very dangerous withdrawal symptoms, there’s expert help at hand. If you experienced such symptoms (including seizures or hallucinations) whilst at home, the consequences could be fatal.

Medicated detox follows NICE Guidelines. These treatments include cognitive behavioural therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy and modern psychotherapy.

We can advise on the various treatment centres in the town, helping to find the one that caters to your requirements.

Information about the rehab clinic in Bolton

The rehab clinic in Bolton is located in a countryside area. The rehab offers a variety of single-occupancy and mixed occupancy bedrooms. The rehab has many amenities, including an on-site gymnasium and an extended garden. There is a large dining-room, and you also have 24-hour access to a kitchen. There are a number of therapy rooms and recreational rooms where you may unwind after each day’s therapy sessions.

The rehab employs a variety of addiction experts. These experts include doctors, psychiatrists, nursing staff and addiction counsellors. These professionals adhere to strict evidence-based treatments.

Exceptional addiction aftercare

When you complete your treatment programme at a top Bolton clinic, your recovery isn’t considered complete. You’ll receive aftercare for up to a year once you leave the treatment centre, minimising the risk that you will relapse by taking drugs or drinking alcohol again.

Most providers offer aftercare as part of their rehabilitation programme, which means you won’t need to pay extra in order to benefit from this service.

You’ll undergo one to one and group therapy sessions at an alcohol and drug addiction rehab clinic in Bolton.

Getting in touch with our team couldn’t be easier. Simply call us on 0800 140 4690, and we’ll carry out an assessment in order to ascertain what type of treatment would be most suited to your needs.

Taking the first step to conquer your addiction can be tough, but you can rest assured that we’re here to provide the support that you need when finding the right drug or alcohol addiction clinic in Bolton.

Rehab 4 Addiction facilitates a variety of addiction treatments in Manchester and across Lancashire in Bolton, Salford, Blackpool, Stockport, Blackburn, Rochdale, Wigan, Preston, Oldham, Bury, Lancaster, Chorley, Burnley and St Annes.

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