Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Carterton

If you are experiencing a drug or alcohol addiction and wish to break free from this vicious cycle of substance use, you may be wondering what your next steps should be.

Admitting you need help is the first hurdle of many, but now that you have bravely taken this step, the good news is that you now have a multitude of options for treatment ahead of you.

Our job here at Rehab 4 Addiction is to help narrow down these options and find the treatment and the rehabilitation centre or outpatient clinic that will be most suitable for you.

With two simple assessments of you and your addiction, we will better understand your needs as a client, and can begin to create a bespoke treatment plan for you.

This plan will follow you to your chosen rehab, whether that be a drug and alcohol rehab in Carterton or one further afield.

By following your treatment plan with the support and guidance from Rehab 4 Addiction, you will soon be living the life you are aiming for, free from drugs or alcohol.

To find out more information or to begin an enquiry, please do not hesitate to call us today on 0800 140 4690. Alternatively, you can fill in our online form for a call back at a better time.

The dangers of withdrawing alone

During your search for addiction treatment, you are sure to have considered – or even attempted – an at-home recovery.

Though this option can work and is viable for some as a valid treatment route, it is very rarely recommended due to the many dangers and obstacles that can arise.

1. Easy access

It is easier than ever before to get anything and everything delivered straight to your front door, including drugs and alcohol.

This access to further substances only creates an unnecessary temptation for the individual attempting to recover at home, and when withdrawal symptoms occur, this temptation only becomes harder and harder to resist.

2. Little support

Whilst some people fighting addiction are lucky enough to have many friends and family members that are supportive of their recovery journey, this is not always the case.

Some individuals are left to recover on their own, and as a result have to undergo a drug and alcohol detox, avoid temptations, suffer through withdrawal and maintain this all with no support or help whatsoever.

Without this guidance and helping hand, temptations are harder to resist, detoxes are more likely to be performed incorrectly, and situations left unmonitored can worsen very quickly, even sometimes leading to death.

3. One-dimensional treatment

Even if the individual does happen to succeed with the detox and withdrawal phase, it is highly likely they will still end up relapsing if they are left to recover at home with no other guidance.

This is mostly because addiction impacts not just the body, but the brain too. Whilst the physical aspects of addiction may be treated successfully, the psychological aspects are not usually thought of, and this can lead to them going untreated.

With very little understanding of the mental impact of addiction, no knowledge of personal triggers and how to avoid them, or different coping techniques, the individual is sure to be led back into drug and alcohol abuse sooner rather than later.

How a drug and alcohol rehab in Carterton can help

In a rehab setting, the risks of an at-home recovery as mentioned above are negated.

It is very little or no access at all to further drugs or alcohol, there is a support network of staff and therapists if the individual does not have any loved ones to help out, and there is an effective treatment for both sides of addiction.

During rehab with Rehab 4 Addiction, you will also participate in therapy and counselling that is deemed most beneficial for you according to the details in your personalised treatment plan.

You can rest assured that you are receiving the best care possible and that all your treatment will actively advance you along the road to recovery.

You can also rest easy knowing that in rehab all procedures and processes, such as drug and alcohol detoxes, are carried out safely and properly by medical professionals.

If there does happen to be any complications with these procedures or medication, the highly-trained team will be on hand at all times to take care of it.

Constant monitoring of your condition and progress will also aid in dealing with these situations quickly and efficiently, something that is simply not available with at-home recoveries.

If you wish to begin an enquiry for yourself – or a loved one battling addiction who may not be able or willing to reach out for themselves – please call us on 0800 140 4690.

Every enquiry is dealt with quickly and 100% confidentially. Feel free to voice any concerns you may have or questions you wish to be answered when enquiring; our team is there to assist you in any way they can.


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