Rehab 4 Addiction

If you’re somebody who is currently suffering from a drug and alcohol addiction, and now find yourself determined to overcome it in order to rebuild your life and get it back on track, you’ve come to the right place.

Rehab 4 Addiction can help you find a drug and alcohol rehab facility in the London area that’s the perfect fit for you and your circumstances.

We know that suffering from addiction can make you feel lost, isolated, hopeless, however they’re also always the hope for recovery, and we’re here to give you the best possible chance of achieving it.

The best way you can do that is by finding the right treatment programme in the best facility for you. So if you’d like to take the first step on your journey to a sustainable recovery today, get in touch with the Rehab 4 Addiction team.

Rehab and the detoxification process

Whatever treatment programme you decide is best for you, chances are you’ll have to undergo the detoxification process before any of your other addiction treatments begin. The detoxification process may be the hardest step of your recovery journey, but it is also one of the most vital ones.

The detoxification process aims to rid your body of all nasty toxic substances completely before beginning the rest of your treatment programme. This step helps to kickstart your recovery by not only clearing your body but also by clearing your mind and preparing you for the road you face ahead.

When you’re someone who struggles with addiction, it can be hard to remember what sober life was like, or imagine what a sober future may look like, so overall detoxing yourself gives you the opportunity to have this experience again.

Detoxing can take anywhere between 5 – 7 days to fully complete, however, Rehab 4 Addiction does recommend an initial stay of at least 10 days on any kind of programme. This ensures that you have enough to time to completely flush everything out of your system successfully, meaning there is less of a chance you’ll suffer withdrawal once you finished, and you’ll have a higher chance of being successful in the long run.

Of course, we will most likely recommend a full treatment programme at a residential rehab centre to our clients, in order to ensure you’re giving yourself the best possible chance of success. Residential rehab can take around 28 days to fully complete and can include many sessions with addiction counsellors (both one-on-one and within a group setting).

These sessions will aim to tackle the root causes of your addiction, whether they are already known to you or not. Treatments do often vary from centre to centre, however, most follow a similar pattern. You’ll often be expected to go through a number of workshops and education sessions which should help enable you to avoid any future relapses.

The benefits of private rehab

If you’ve been searching for help with your drug and alcohol addiction, chances are you’ve either already tried, or already come across a number of routes to get it in the Clapham area. For example, it is rather common for people who suffer from addiction to try to get help from the NHS and find themselves placed on a potentially lengthy waitlist.

As positive as it is to be actively looking for help and support, being made to wait an unmeasurable amount of time to receive it could be even more detrimental to your physical and mental well-being.

It could cause you to fuel your addiction further, resulting in you slipping further and further into your addiction. This is why many people make the decision to look for help by way of private rehab programmes instead.

One of the biggest advantages of attending private rehab is that there is no wait, and you can admit yourself into a rehab clinic straight away. Most doctors may ask you to take an outpatient treatment approach to your recovery first, before attempting anything else.

However, this is just not a feasible method for many people who suffer from addiction, especially suffer severely because of it and most will require 24-hour support.

By asking for help from Rehab 4 Addiction, it means you won’t need a GP referral for your treatment, and with us, everything is completely confidential. You’re in control of deciding what type of treatment you’d like to undergo, even if it’s your first time attempting recovery or if you’ve tried different methods before.

Rehab 4 Addiction provides frees, no-obligation advice to everyone who seeks it. Whether you’re the individual or suffers from addiction, or the concerned loved one of somebody who suffers from addiction, we are here to help.

We can even support you when organising an intervention, allowing you to find somewhere your affected loved one will be able to get help, and hopefully encouraging them to attempt recovery.

How do you choose the right rehab clinic?

Chances are when you begin looking for a suitable rehab facility within the Clapham area, you’ll be inundated with search results and all the many treatment options out there that are available to you.

Outpatient programmes, residential rehab, community programmes… the list goes on. This can definitely make it difficult when trying to decide which best path is for you to go down.

That’s where Rehab 4 Addiction comes in. We take great care in finding you the most suitable treatment programme for your own personal circumstances – no matter what they may be! We’ll take into account many factors, such as your addiction history, financial standing and whether you’ve attempted addiction recovery before.

Rehab 4 Addiction has access to a vast network of rehab clinics and treatment programs, all of which have been carefully selected due to the high-quality of care they offer to their clients.

We’ll also provide you with the option of staying in the Clapham area if you wish, or if you prefer to travel further away for your addiction treatments, we can accommodate that also.

It all depends on you and your personal preferences. We often make a handful of recommendations to our clients, however, we will always be sure to take your thoughts and feelings into account when selecting what we believe is the best addiction treatment programme for you.

Get the help you want today

Whether you’ve decided that it’s time to look for a drug and alcohol treatment programme in a rehab clinic in Clapham or you’re merely considering the possibility of doing so, the last thing you want is obstacles blocking your path and slowing down the admission process.

Rehab 4 Addiction has a quick and easy streamlined process so that you may be admitted as soon as you’re ready to be, often in as little as a 40-hour period.

We always begin the process with an initial assessment over the phone in order to discuss your addiction and various other factors such as your mental health and addiction history. From there we’ll work with you to get you into the most suitable rehab facility as quickly as possible.

Being put on a waiting list while trying to get help for your addiction can have a number of negative effects on your life. Not only can it be detrimental to your mental and physical health, but it can also get you into legal or financial trouble, in fact, it could also negatively affect the people in your life.

Therefore, we recommend that you do not delay your commitment to rehab, and anything could happen in the meantime if you do. This is why Rehab 4 Addiction has a helpline that is reachable 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and are always on hand to make it as easy as possible for you to secure a place in the best rehab facility possible for you. We want to make sure you can begin your healing as quickly as possible.

So, get in touch with our helpful team today. You can do this by calling us on 0800 140 4690 or by contacting us via our website. Begin your journey to sustainable recovery today with Rehab 4 Addiction.

 

 

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