Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Caradon

If you are suffering from a drug or alcohol dependency and you live in the Caradon area. It may be time to consider the recovery options you have.

Times have been tough and we understand that many people have turned to substance abuse in order to escape their current situation. We don’t blame you for your decisions, but we do want to help you.

You are not alone, at Rehab 4 Addiction our specialist service works to find you the perfect rehab centre in your area.

Now you may be asking yourself, why to go private when the NHS offers rehabilitation services for free. While the NHS offers wonderful treatment, the sad truth is that now more than ever they are overworked.

The government mental health services are dangerously underfunded and understaffed. It, unfortunately, means that they simply can’t offer the same round the clock care and attention found in a private facility.

Instead what they tend to offer is sporadic treatments spaced out over a longer period where you go to the treatment centre and they go home in the evening.

This is after being placed on a waiting list for weeks possibly months being forced to prove that you are suffering enough to get help.

Through Rehab 4 Addiction all you have to do is call 0800 140 4690 and we will match you with your ideal rehab centre in the Caradon area.

Where to start

Once you call us we will begin your free assessment of needs.

Through this, we aim to get to know you. To better understand not just your history with substance abuse but also what may have caused it in the first place.

We know that drug or alcohol dependency tends to be a symptom of other issues that require specialist help and care.

With our years of experience and well-trained staff through the initial assessment, we are able to understand your wants and needs so that you can get the help you deserve.

1. Rehab

Going into a rehab centre can seem daunting. It is a big step towards your recovery and because of that many can be scared by the treatment.

We won’t lie, it won’t be easy. But we can promise that the facility will be safe, clean and filled with well-trained staff who are dedicated to helping with your recovery.

2. The Treatment

The first step of your treatment is detox.

A detox rids your body of drugs and alcohol in your system. It acts as a great starting point where your body is free of substances allowing you to focus on your recovery.

Detox can be dangerous when undertaken alone. Because of this, it is very important that you never attempt one without fully trained medical staff monitoring you throughout the entire process.

This is a service offered in a rehab centre. You will be monitored 24 hours a day by the centres’ staff who are able to ensure you are as safe and comfortable as possible.

Most importantly they are able to give you various medications to help with the withdrawal symptoms. You can be kept safe so that you can focus on getting healthy and not need to worry about a thing.

Once you have finished your detox you will move on to therapy.

Depending on the reason behind your substance abuse, for example, if it is a trauma response, you will be required to attend therapy sessions in one form or the other.

In more serious cases you will be referred for individual therapy sessions where you and a fully trained therapist can help you work towards a healthier state of mind.

In most cases, you will just be attending group therapy. Here you will still be supervised by a therapist to help you improve your mental health. But you will also be able to meet others working towards recovery.

You will be able to work together and get to know each other. To discuss shared struggles and realise you are not alone. That there is nothing shameful about working towards recovery and the best way to do it is with the support of others who really understand.

During these sessions, a relapse prevention plan will be put into place. You will take this with you once you leave the centre and use it to avoid triggers and cravings.

As well as therapy sessions, you will also have workshops to attend that will help you once you leave.

They can range from nutrition workshops where you learn how to cook well-balanced meals, to mindfulness where you can meditate and work through your anxieties in a healthy manner.

What will happen after rehab?

With the goal of long term recovery, the process won’t be as simple as going to rehab and come out with no more drug or alcohol dependency.

At its core, a rehab centre is a place for you to get harmful substances out of your body and a place for you to learn how to avoid putting them back in.

It is continuous work to maintain a healthy lifestyle through eating right, regular exercise and avoiding anything that could trigger relapses or cravings.

Your relapse prevention plan will be used to give you the tools to do this for yourself. However, just because you have left the rehab centre does not mean you are now alone in your journey.

Aftercare services are recommended by the centres and involve follow up therapy sessions to monitor your progress and support groups based in the Caradon area. These groups will give you a support network that you can call upon and rely on when you are struggling.

It gives you accountability and someone to check up on you. All these sessions are supervised by fully trained staff so that your progress can be correctly tracked.

We understand this journey won’t be easy. It will be a long and very hard one.

Be we do know, thanks to our many successful clients, that it is a rewarding one. That by working towards the goal of long term recovery you will gain a much happier and healthier life as well.

Your journey has just begun, you have already taken the first step by deciding you want help. The hardest part is done now. Let us take the next steps easier.

Simply call 0800 140 4690 for a free assessment. Our staff are standing by. We know you can do it.

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