Rehab 4 Addiction

For those with substance use disorder, isolation and hopelessness are common themes in day to day life. Sufferers may feel they cannot escape the cycle of short term recovery and relapse- often made unattainable by a lack of consistent care.

Thankfully, there are a variety of treatments available, and at Rehab 4 Addiction, we can match you with a leading rehabilitation centre. One of our dedicated specialists will help you to select a centre in the Camberley area, and work with yourself to create a bespoke treatment plan. We’re partnered with over 120 treatment providers in The UK- all of which deliver outstanding care for both alcohol and drug addictions.

Identifying the need for change

The first step towards recovery is often admitting to the severity of an addiction. In these early stages, it’s important to recognize certain behavioural patterns, and what may indicate a need for treatment.

Whether the sufferer is struggling with alcohol or drug use, the signs of addiction will be fairly similar, while actual treatment will vary greatly. Addiction is characterized by a long term use of a drug, and the formation of dependency.

As the dependency on a substance grows, other areas of an individual’s life will begin to suffer, and they may start to exhibit depression, anxiety, and other mental or physical symptoms. They might find it difficult to retain a job, connect with family, or even take care of their own basic needs.

Fortunately, damaging narratives surrounding addiction are being challenged. Now, it’s becoming widely recognized that addiction is a severe mental illness- and should be treated as such.

Breaking the cycle

While outpatient care is one example of a viable treatment option, a lack of consistent guidance rarely leads to a full recovery. By returning an individual to a potentially triggering environment before they’re ready to do so, relapses are harder to prevent.

This is why at Rehab 4 Addiction, we’ll recommend you for a short term residency at one of our providers in the Camberley area, with stays ranging in length.

For those suffering from a heroin or opioid addiction, stays will be around 28 days. In the case of alcohol addictions, an individual can expect their stay to be between 21-28 days, all depending on their unique circumstances.

In breaking the cycle of recovery and relapse, we stand by rehabilitation care as the safest option, proven to deliver results. In fact, according to a 2019-2020 UK Government report, 47% of people who left treatment were discharged as having made a full recovery.

A major factor contributing to successful treatment is that rehab not only addresses withdrawal but prepares you with new coping methods for a gradual return to normality.

What to expect from our rehabilitation providers

Before beginning your stay at a centre in Camberley, one of our specialists will match you with the most appropriate treatment location. A phone assessment will be arranged by a member of our team, wherein we guarantee full confidentiality. In order to create a bespoke care plan, an addiction specialist will ascertain your current budget, motivation levels, any underlying mental health concerns, and particular substance use.

Once you’re paired with a centre, you’ll check in to a safe, friendly environment to begin a detoxification process. With the help of trained healthcare practitioners, and psychologists specialising in addiction, you can detox in a soothing space- alongside medication if necessary. Usually lasting between 7-10 days, the detox programme aims to purge toxins from the body, and slowly reduce the levels of consumption.

After completing this stage, a variety of treatment avenues will become available, depending on your bespoke plan. These can be categorized into psychotherapy, and holistic methods focusing on the restoration of a healthy life after rehab.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), is a highly effective form of treatment that focuses on rewiring thought pathways in the brain. A trained psychologist will help you to address negative thoughts that come with an addiction, and better understand how these impact recovery.

Depending on a sufferer’s mental health background, other therapies will be used in tandem with CBT to tackle addiction at its root cause. This can include group therapy in order to boost peer engagement, as well as holistic treatments. Through music, art, exercise, or interaction with nature, an individual will have the chance to improve all areas of their life.

Life after rehab: What comes next?

Equally important as your stay in rehab, a lack of aftercare can result in relapse or regression. To avoid this, and ensure the continuation of your recovery, we guarantee 12 months of post-rehabilitation support- at no additional cost.

During your stay at one of our partnering centres, you’ll work with specialists to form a range of coping strategies. Psychiatrists specialising in addiction will help you gain insight into possible triggers. This will ensure that you return home feeling prepared, comfortable, and with the motivation to attend future support groups. These group sessions are an important part of the aftercare package we’ll provide, and individuals often form lasting connections with those in the same position as them.

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we understand the toll that substance use disorder can take on an individual’s loved ones. To consolidate this, we’ve designed our aftercare services with your family and friends in mind. Similar support will be provided through group therapy, access to specialists in handling addiction, and much more.

How you can contact us

If you’re located in Camberley and across Surrey and are keen to start the process of recovery for yourself or a loved one, don’t hesitate to reach out today.

Call Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690 or fill in the enquiry form.

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