Rehab 4 Addiction

Has your addiction to drink and drugs started to affect your life? Perhaps you’ve lost your job, or your marriage has broken down as a result? If so, it’s time to finally get the help you need.

The statistics say that around just over half of those who attend accident and emergency at the Royal Sussex County Hospital had consumed alcohol. Like elsewhere across the UK, Brighton has been blighted by drug and alcohol addiction.  This problem has got progressively worse over the last decade.

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we can assist you in gaining access to drug and alcohol rehab in Brighton, without having to wait. We work with many rehab clinics in the area, many of which offer immediate treatment.

If you don’t want to wait on lengthy NHS lists for the treatment you need, contact us, and we’ll help you to gain access to private addiction treatment in Brighton.

Residential rehab services

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we strongly recommend that you choose residential rehab services. Living within a clinic during your treatment programme means that you will be completely removed from temptation, allowing you to focus on quitting drink and drugs for good.

Plus, because you’ll receive 24/7 care and support from a team of qualified and experienced medical professionals, including psychiatrists and psychotherapists, you’re much more likely to make a full recovery.

Addiction aftercare in Brighton

Once you leave the care of the team at the Brighton rehab clinic, you’ll continue to participate in group therapy sessions on an outpatient basis. This is known as aftercare. Aftercare sessions may be combined with local Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings.

Attending these sessions will make it much less likely that you’ll relapse once you return to your familiar surroundings, helping you remain clean and sober for good.

Winning the battle with drink and drugs is tough, but with the help of an experienced team of addiction experts, you stand an excellent chance.

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we can provide you with further information about addiction aftercare in Brighton.

Get in touch with Rehab 4 Addiction

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we’re here to help you win your battle with drugs and alcohol. To take the first steps to a clean and sober you, call us on 0800 140 4690, or send us a message through our website.

We respect your privacy, and so anything that you tell us will be held in the strictest confidence. Many of our team at Rehab 4 Addiction are recovered addicts, and so you can rest assured that we only have empathy and compassion for your situation.

We’ll do all we possibly can to help you gain access to drug and alcohol rehab in Brighton, improving your chances of making a full recovery. Rehab 4 Addiction officers a range of addiction treatments in Sussex, including Hastings, Eastbourne and Brighton.

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