Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Bridport

Are you currently living in the Bridport area and are struggling with an addiction? Do you want to enter recovery but feel overwhelmed with the number of treatment options available to you?

Call Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690 and speak to a member of our team about professional, high-quality treatment.

Addiction can be dangerous and even fatal. It can affect all aspects of your life, ruining relationships and destroying your career. If you are located in Bridport and struggling with addiction, you are not alone.

Dorset is currently struggling with one of the highest rates of heroin and morphine misuse deaths across England, according to the Office for National Statistics.

Do I need to attend rehab?

One of the biggest aspects of addiction is denial and an inability to recognise the severity of the issue.

Many people lie to themselves and others about their consumption of drugs and alcohol, downplaying the reality of the addiction.

Are you contemplating attending rehab but don’t know where to begin? It may be helpful to ask yourself the following questions:

  • Do you consume drugs and alcohol daily?
  • Do you crave substances if you do not have access to them?
  • Do you lie to others about your usage?
  • Do you avoid and cancel events where you cannot drink or consume drugs?
  • Do you understand the negative consequences of substance abuse yet continue to consume drugs and alcohol?

If you have answered ‘yes’ to the above questions, you may want to seek professional support for your drug and alcohol misuse issues.

Addiction is a chronic disorder that can be incredibly difficult to overcome without expert levels of support.

However, help is out there and by calling our team we can help you begin your route to recovery.

What happens during my time at rehab?

During your time in rehab, you will be assigned a tailored treatment programme to ensure maximum success.

Many private rehab clinics offer a wide range of treatment options from traditional therapy techniques to holistic methods to help you get through this difficult time.

One of the few things nearly all client’s programmes have in common is the detox programme. This programme is required to purge the body of toxins and medical staff will be on hand night and day to ensure your safety.

During this programme, withdrawal symptoms may present which can be unpleasant. However, medically trained staff will assist you at all times which makes this process a lot more successful than attempting to do it at home.

Studies have also shown that detoxing in a clinical environment can significantly increase your chances of long-term recovery.

By entering a residential facility, you can participate in a range of therapies such as group and family therapy that can help you understand the root of your addiction and help you discover healthy ways to overcome it.

Educational workshops are also held so that upon completion of treatment you are in the best possible position to begin a new chapter in your life.

If you are willing to see the value of rehab you can gain exceptional benefits and skills that will assist you in recovery.

What is aftercare, will I be able to receive this?

Aftercare is a service provided by many rehab clinics after the completion of an individualised treatment programme.

It ensures support is available to all clients so that relapses are minimised during the transition home and within your first year of sobriety.

Aftercare consists of additional treatments which usually include weekly therapy sessions and meetings with staff from your chosen clinic.

Because of this, we usually recommend seeking localised treatment. This means that when you return home you can still easily access the clinic in which you completed your initial programme.

If this isn’t an option for you or you are worried about receiving treatment close to your home environment, our staff can discuss your many options during your free telephone call.

Aftercare is offered to all clients and will be tailored to your needs, access this level of care today and seek treatment through Rehab 4 Addiction.

What is a dual diagnosis?

A dual diagnosis refers to someone who is struggling with an addiction and a mental health disorder at the same time.

This is very common with most clients as mental health problems usually coexist with addiction to drugs and alcohol.

Dual diagnosis can appear when someone who has already existent mental health problems becomes addicted to drugs or alcohol. This usually happens as a way to cope during difficult times.

Similarly, people who are struggling with addiction can also develop mental health problems due to the side effects that present with substance abuse.

Attending a private rehab clinic can ensure you receive the best care at all times. By calling Rehab 4 Addiction today you can gain access to a bespoke treatment programme catered to your every need.

Contact us today to begin your journey in a Bridport rehab clinic

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we believe that we have the best skills and services to support you at all times. We are also confident in our ability to help you find the most suitable rehab clinic.

If you are concerned about the prospect of rehab and don’t know what your options are, call our team at 0800 140 4690. You are under no obligation and can call us for free at any time day or night.

Our team offer professional, confidential advice and many have even sought addiction treatment themselves in the past.

This means they understand what you are going through and have witnessed first-hand the benefits rehab can provide.

If you need a helping hand or shoulder to cry on, our team will be happy to help.

We believe in supporting everyone no matter the circumstances and urge you to reach out if you require assistance. Rehab could be the lifeline you need, call today.

 

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