Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Bow

It’s no secret that the UK has a toxic culture of heavy drinking and casual drug use, as demonstrated by the nightlife in the country’s major cities every weekend.

Even for occasional users, substance abuse can cause big problems, with a staggering number of hospital admissions each year being directly related to drugs and alcohol.

For those who are in addiction, these struggles are a daily occurrence, with chronic substance abuse affecting their relationships, their finances, their health, and their general wellbeing.

Anyone who is struggling with substance addiction in this way should seriously consider getting treatment at rehab, and we can help you to do just that.

Rehab 4 Addiction has been in operation since 2012. In those 9 years, we have helped thousands of people get from addiction into recovery, through treatment in quality rehab clinics across the United Kingdom.

We have links with clinics in Bow and all over the Greater London area. We can use our industry expertise to identify a rehab clinic that fits your needs and requirements.

If you are happy to take us up on that recommendation, we can make your referral as rapid and straightforward as possible.

Call us on 0800 140 4690 to begin your assessment, or to get some free, professional advice on anything to do with addiction and recovery.

Rehab: the gold standard of addiction treatment

For a person who is in addiction and looking for help, it can be so difficult to even know where to start. There are a huge amount of different addiction services available, some of them private, some of them open to the public.

This includes everything from standalone detox services to group therapy meetings at organisations such as Alcoholics Anonymous. Still, time and again, rehab is proven to be the most effective method of treating addiction.

Why? Because it combines every type of treatment into one convenient package, which you can get through in one go, in one secure location that is dedicated to your treatment.

A course of treatment at rehab includes detox, therapy and counselling, education on addiction, and planning for relapse prevention once you leave.

It is a fully rounded, comprehensive package of treatment, administered by a team of professionals who specialise in this type of care.

There will be mental health professionals on-site who can help you adjust to the transition into life at rehab, which can be stressful for anyone.

They will also help you get to address any mental health problems that may be present along with your addiction and give you the tools you need to cope with cravings in the future once you leave. Everything is factored into your treatment plan.

Recovering for yourself and others

Anyone who is in addiction will know the damage that they are doing to themselves and the effect that it has on their wallet, their health, their career, and their overall wellbeing.

Still, addiction can cause people to become isolated and self-focused, and it can cause a person to lose sight of how their behaviour is affecting the friends and family members around them.

As the old saying goes, no one person is an island – we are all part of a social network of friends and family, and how we behave has a profound impact on those people.

For your own sake, and for theirs, it is important for anyone suffering from addiction to seriously consider getting treatment through rehab.

Rehab can be intensive at times, and will certainly not be easy. Still, despite your rehab treatment schedule is hard work, the benefits of getting into recovery are endless.

On a personal level, you will have more money, more time, more self-respect, better career prospects, and will enjoy an overall better outlook on life.

What’s more, your loved ones who may have at times dreaded being around you due to your addiction will again be pleased to see you and will view you in a completely new light.

Think of where you are now, compared to where you could be in just a few weeks from now. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain!

We make rehab referral easy

There is a wide array of choices when it comes to private addiction treatment. Rehab clinics are so varied that it would take most people hours to make any kind sense of the multitude of options within travelling distance of their hometown.

Each clinic will function differently and will have different types of addiction treatment that they place an emphasis on. We take the hard work out of the equation by deciding on a clinic for you, based upon the information with which you provide us.

We determine this through a telephone assessment, which shouldn’t take too long to complete, and will give us all the information needed to make a decision on a fitting clinic for you.

The assessment will involve us asking a number of questions about your wellbeing, your current circumstances, and any other commitments that you might have.

We appreciate that some of these questions might be sensitive subjects or difficult to answer, but we only ask them to ensure that we are referring you to the right place.

Our calls are handled in strict confidence, in accordance with all applicable data protection laws of the United Kingdom. Once we have identified a clinic that would be a great fit for you, we can tell you how much treatment will cost, and how long it is likely to take.

The cost of treatment varies from one clinic to another, but most patients stay at rehab for a total of about 28 days, from their day of admission to their eventual discharge.

Call us for help today

We are here to make your rehab referral as easy as possible. Whether you want to stay close to home or seek treatment further afield, we can help you to find a suitable clinic in which to recover.

Although your course of treatment will not be easy, the benefits that it could bring to your life are immeasurable. Within just a month, you could be walking out of that clinic into a fulfilling new future in recovery.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690, where one of our team is waiting to help you.


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