Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Bridgnorth

If you have found us through your preferred search engine, it is likely that you are concerned about your own level of drug or alcohol use, and that you may have developed an addiction.

Most people can use alcohol intermittently without developing any kind of dependency, but for those of us who do become addicted, substance abuse is a cycle of misery that is incredibly difficult to break out of.

However, there is always hope, and your best chance of getting into recovery, and staying off drugs and alcohol for good, is to attend rehab.

We understand that you may be scared or apprehensive about starting the process of rehab, and may not even know where to begin – this is where we come in.

Rehab 4 Addiction are experts in recovery, specifically in terms of residential rehab. We can use our expert knowledge and contacts to get you into an appropriate rehab facility as soon as possible, saving you hours of researching and going back and forth.

We offer residential rehab placements in cities and towns all over the UK, including here in Bridgnorth.

If you are ready for referral, call us today to speak with an advisor, who will guide you through the process. Alternatively, read on to find out more about what rehab involves.

Why go to rehab?

You may be weighing up the value of attending a private rehab course in contrast to seeking out free or cheaper treatment elsewhere.

A stay in rehab offers the chance to get professional help with each different stage of recovery, all within the same facility.

You will be able to safely detox, go through therapy and addiction education, and put together a concrete plan for staying in recovery once you leave.

You may be able to get some addiction help away from rehabs, such as group therapy or counselling, but you will not get the same comprehensive care package that rehab would provide.

The benefits of private rehab

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we currently only offer referrals to private rehab facilities.

There may be some kind of rehab referral available to you through the NHS, but the chances are that you will be on a waiting list for a substantial period of time. When it comes to addiction, the sooner you can get help and break the cycle, the better.

This is the main advantage of attending private rehab – you will not have to be stuck on a waiting list, and you can get the help that you need as soon as possible.

Although the cost of rehab is not insignificant, it is affordable for most and provides incredible value when you think of the cost as an investment in your new life and your future self.

Once we have conducted a telephone assessment with you and picked out an appropriate treatment centre, we will be able to specify exactly how much your treatment will cost, and how long it will go on (usually around 28 days).

Rehab on Bridgnorth – what to expect

When you arrive at rehab, one of the first things you will need to do is go through a proper detox. This will be overseen every step of the way by on-site medical professionals, who will be able to help you manage any physical or psychological discomfort in an appropriate manner.

Once detox is complete, you will be able to begin the most important part of rehab – your therapy sessions.

Your treatment plan will be put together towards the beginning of your stay, and will be specific to you and your own needs.

Your schedule is likely to include different types of therapy, including cognitive behavioural therapy, group sessions, individual counselling, and other activities such as meditation and mindfulness.

The goal is to get to the bottom of the issues that have driven you to addiction in the first place and to identify and address any other psychological issues that you might be dealing with.

This will provide you with a much better understanding of yourself and your addiction, as well as minimising the chances of backsliding into a pattern of substance abuse.

Preparing for life after rehab

One of the most crucial parts of the rehab process is preparing for reintegration into the wider world once you leave.

After all, it will be an adjustment to go from the controlled, secure environment of rehab into the relative chaos of the modern world.

This is why the staff at the centre will help you put together a detailed plan for relapse prevention, which will take into account your own specific needs and challenges going forward.

This may include identifying persons or places to stay away from specific places or persons, or being mindful of old habits re-emerging that may end up being harmful to your recovery.

You may also be encouraged to attend some kind of ongoing therapy group, such as Alcoholics or Narcotics Anonymous.

The idea with this prevention plan is that you put together all of the skills and knowledge you have learned over the previous few weeks at rehab, in order to maximise your chances of staying in recovery once you leave.

Call Rehab 4 Addiction today

If you are ready to accept and acknowledge your addiction, then you are ready to start the rehab referral process.

Whenever you are ready to proceed, they will be able to begin your initial telephone consultation, the aim of which is to identify the specific characteristics of your addiction, and your needs for recovery.

This will involve us asking some fairly personal questions, but please be assured that we treat any information you give us with strict confidence.

We only ask these questions in order to ensure that we pick out the right treatment facility for you. This is because one is slightly different, and will place emphasis on different types of therapy.

We want to make sure that we get it right for you. Call us today and start your journey into a healthy new life without substance abuse.

For more information and guidance, contact our helpline today on 0800 140 4690, or fill out our online enquiry form.

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