Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Bromyard

If you’re experiencing drug or alcohol addiction and live in the Bromyard area, there are professional addiction recovery treatment services available in the local area.

Whilst NHS and publicly-funded rehab treatment is notoriously difficult to access due to the long waiting lists, here, at Rehab 4 Addiction, we can help you to source local, or nationwide private rehab services, quickly and efficiently.

The Rehab 4 Addiction team understand how overwhelming addiction can be, and how tough it can be to seek help.

Many of us are in recovery, so we’ve been through the rehab process and can explain the process to you, as well as answer any concerns that you may have about attending.

We offer a free referral service to our network of reputable drug and alcohol rehab services, both in Bromyard and beyond.

To put your mind at rest before calling, we’ve provided answers to some of our most frequently asked questions by those considering rehab below.

Whether you need some advice or would like help sourcing professional support for your addiction, our services are completely free of charge, and we’re always available to take your call.

Reach out now on 0800 140 4690 or via our web form, where you can request a callback.

How will rehab help me?

There are different types of drug and alcohol rehabilitation available, however, the goal is essentially the same no matter which method is used, helping you achieve lasting sobriety.

Addiction is a disease for which there is currently no known cure, however, it’s possible to live a healthier, sober existence with maintained efforts.

Rehab will provide you with the skills that you need to maintain your sobriety. Residential rehab, in particular, takes a holistic approach to your condition.

It aims to address both the physical and psychological aspects of your addiction, helping you to understand your triggers and learn how to control them in the future.

Once you’ve taken the brave decision to attempt to recover, at Rehab 4 Addiction, we will take you through a short assessment to help us recommend the most suitable drug and alcohol rehab for your particular experience of addiction.

Is detox always necessary?

Detox is a vital component of the overall rehab process. It helps you to achieve sobriety, breaking the mental connection that you have developed with drugs or alcohol.

It removes toxins from your system, helping you to see the value and possibility of sober living, whilst leaving your mind clearer to focus on your recovery.

Detox is by no means a pleasant experience, however, through medically assisted detox at a professional rehab clinic, you can minimise the uncomfortable and potentially fatal withdrawal symptoms.

Rehab clinic staff will reduce substances very gradually, making the withdrawal less severe. They can also treat any breakthrough symptoms with prescription medication in many cases.

It’s highly recommended that you do not attempt to detox alone, and always ensure that trained medical professionals are on hand to deal with the potential risks involved.

It’s also rarely successful, as those who attempt independent addiction recovery either abandon the attempt or return to old behaviours immediately afterwards.

Detox alone is not usually substantial enough to maintain sobriety for those who have moderate to severe, or long-standing addictions.

Addiction is a disease of the body and mind, so simply addressing the physical side of the problem will, more often than not, result in relapse.

Learning what caused your addictive behaviours in the first place, addressing that aspect of your mental health, and developing coping mechanisms to prevent them from resurfacing in the future is an essential part of the overall recovery process.

Of course, this part of the process is impossible to carry out alone, which is why rehab offers substantially greater success rates.

Will I have to travel, or can I attend rehab in Bromyard?

It’s entirely understandable that some people will feel more comfortable attending rehab in an unfamiliar place. There is still, unfortunately, a stigma attached to drug and alcohol addiction.

You may take comfort in the fact that the majority of private residential rehab facilities are based in fairly isolated, rural locations.

Nevertheless, it’s important that you feel comfortable in order to make the most out of your stay.

There are significant benefits to recovering locally, and there are both residential and outpatient rehab facilities available in Bromyard.

The benefits of attending rehab locally include, but are not limited to:

  • No need for added travel or associated costs
  • Minimal disruption to your daily routine
  • The ability to have family and friends visit and/or take part in family therapy sessions with you
  • Aftercare treatment will be easier to attend, as it will be linked to your original rehab clinic
  • You can maintain relationships and support structures that were developed with other local attendees that you meet in rehab more easily

We can help you to access those services by putting you in touch with one of our trusted partner rehab facilities in the area.

Contact our helpful referral team today on 0800 140 4690

Can I recover at home instead of attending rehab?

Those who opt for outpatient care are able to remain at home between their rehab sessions, which is convenient for those with unavoidable responsibilities, such as parenting.

It’s important that you are aware, however, that outpatient services are only usually beneficial to those who have emerging or very new addiction problems.

There is a substantial amount of self-control and motivation required to maintain regular rehab appointments whilst a drug or alcohol addiction is present.

It’s therefore imperative that you are confident in your ability to stay sober whilst remaining in the proximity of your usual lifestyle triggers.

If our assessment determines that your addiction problem is moderate to severe in nature, it’s almost certain that we will recommend residential rehab, rather than outpatient options.

Residential rehab is well-documented as being the best possible method of addiction recovery treatment for those with substantial drug and alcohol addiction problems.

Get help fast

Reach out to Rehab 4 Addiction today. We can help you to source the drug or alcohol addiction recovery treatment that is most beneficial for you.

We are confident in all of our partner services, all of which are regulated by the Care Quality Commission.

We have excellent relationships with local and national providers, meaning that we can begin your pre-admission as soon as you’ve made the choice of a recovery programme.

There are no long waiting lists and you won’t need a referral from your GP, so long as you’re committed to your recovery. Begin the process today by contacting our team at Rehab 4 Addiction.

We’ll help you to find reputable professional drug and alcohol addiction recovery facilities and take the first steps towards your newly sober life.

Contact us today on 0800 140 4690. All calls are entirely free and confidential.

 

 

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