Rehab 4 Addiction

If you or a loved one are addicted to drugs or alcohol, you are probably unsure of where to turn. Around a million people in the United Kingdom suffer from alcoholism or some form of drug addiction, and the Government has reduced the NHS’s budget that once existed to tackle this problem. This has left hundreds of thousands of people in a sort of medical limbo.

Bournemouth is home to 200.000, making it one of the largest towns in the UK. Fortunately, of those who fall victim to the ills of addiction may benefit from a range of treatment options in the local area. This is vital, given Bournemouth is said to be amongst the worst places in England for alcoholism.

How we can assist you and your loved ones

Fortunately, Rehab 4 Addiction was set up to help tackle these gaps in public services available to people suffering from substance addiction. Although many of our services are private fee-paying, we usually have a solution to fit most budgets.

Our detoxification and rehabilitation services in Bournemouth are also instantly accessible. This means you are not required to join a ‘waiting list’ before you are eligible to gain access to our services. This means you can gain access to our drug and alcohol rehabilitation services usually within 24 hours following initial contact with our admissions team.

How we can help in Bournemouth

Our principal offering in Bournemouth is our fantastic residential rehabilitation programme. This means you or your loved one receive treatment away from environmental cues and triggers that fuel your substance misuse.

And because our rehabilitation centre is nestled away at a countryside location, there is usually no reason or desire to leave the rehabilitation service whilst the programme is in motion.

Our approach to addiction treatment

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we believe addiction is a disease of the mind. Addiction arises due to a combination of genetic and environmental cues. Once an addiction has arisen, the first step is for the sufferer to accept the existence of the addiction.

The addiction typically helps the sufferer block out traumatic experiences and associated memories thus allowing the sufferer to nullify emotional pain.

It’s thus essential that the rehabilitation programme attempts to tackle underlying emotional issues. At Rehab 4 Addiction, we tackle emotional pain through a combination of modern cognitive and psychotherapeutic techniques.

This gives our patients the ability to be at peace with traumatic experiences so that the need to self-medicate with drugs or alcohol is no longer necessary.

During rehabilitation for drug and alcohol abuse in Bournemouth, patients will also engage in group and individual therapy sessions.

When the rehabilitation programme concludes, a robust and far-reaching aftercare plan is put in place to ensure relapse does not occur when patients leave our care.

Taking the next step

If you would like to learn more about our drug and alcohol rehabilitation services in Bournemouth, contact Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690 or contact us through the website.

We look forward to speaking to you in person. All information is communicated in strict confidence and your identity is kept anonymous when you attend our treatment centre in Bournemouth.

Rehab 4 Addiction officers a range of addiction treatments in Dorset, including Bournemouth, Weymouth, and Poole.

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