Rehab 4 Addiction

Are you aware that you need help but are scared to reach out? At Rehab 4 Addiction we can only help you if you get in touch with us. Our team are professional, caring, and are waiting to hear from you.

Am I ready to go to rehab?

We require your full commitment and dedication to ensure the success of your treatment before entering one of our clinics in the Coalville area and across Leicestershire. If you are undergoing addiction and can speak to friends, perhaps speak to them before entering one of our clinics, so you can talk about what you expect to gain from treatment.

Addictive behaviour should be treated very seriously and be seen by a professional as soon as possible, which is why we recommend residential rehab. There are numerous signs that point to addiction. For example, a feeling of loss and control, poor work performance, as well as negative relationships with friends and family. By visiting us online today perhaps you can begin to admit that you need help.

If you are unsure whether you may be struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction our helpful staff are on hand and can ask you some questions to grasp a clearer understanding of how you may be feeling.

We understand how hard addiction is and many of our helpline staff are former substance misuser who have made great progress and are well into recovery.

What’s rehab like in Coalville?

We won’t deny that recovery is hard and requires motivation and commitment. But at Rehab 4 Addiction we can help you every step of the way. By staying in one of our clinics on a residential inpatient basis you are actively making the choice to steer clear from negative environments that could cause you to relapse.

We often offer a stay of 28 days and by staying in your local area you can still have friends and family close by at all times. We encourage visits from them too to keep you on track and as a reminder for why you are choosing to recover.

Furthermore, we can offer shorter stays at our clinics, but we see tremendous success at a 28-day stay or longer as it gives us plenty of time to break down your addiction psychologically, allow you to detox through one of our programmes, attend therapy, and also take time for yourself to get back on track successfully.

Rehab can be tough, we know this. The first few days, especially during a detox, may even be painful. You might feel like giving up and leaving the clinic, but our staff are there to help you at your lowest points.

We can offer prescription medication depending on how severe your withdrawal symptoms are and also psychological assessments to ensure your mental wellbeing. You can get through this and see brighter days ahead.

What treatment programmes are on offer?

At one of our rehab clinics in Coalville prospective patients can expect to take advantage of a wide range of treatments, including cognitive behavioural therapy and also holistic therapies.

We encourage you to speak out about your problems as our staff are trained to help you through your time at rehab. You are encouraged to discuss the root of your addiction and after this our staff can further help you challenge negative thoughts that can lead to relapse.

Our trained counsellors can help equip you with a toolkit for battling addiction once you finish treatment.

Whilst therapy sessions are very important to us, we also encourage holistic treatments such as Reiki, meditation, and walking sessions.

During this time in your life, it is very important to heal your mind as well as your body. Our holistic therapies work exceptionally well alongside talking therapies and we can’t wait to see you make progress.

Advice for treatment in Coalville

We want to help you get the best treatment possible so here are just a few tips to help with your recovery.

  • Be open with us. We want what’s best for you and to see you succeed. In order for this to happen you need to be honest with us about your addiction and substance misuse. Once you confirm to your clinic that you are attending, the next steps can take place.
  • Trust us. At Rehab 4 Addiction we know tested and proved methods for alcohol and drug treatment and would advise you to not take any risks regarding new treatments. We can make sure you receive the help you need.
  • Stay open-minded. We know it’s tough but if you go into rehab with an open mind you can make the most use out of your treatment. You will probably discover a lot more about yourself which can be scary but also exciting! As you begin to adjust to your substance-free life you can optimise your treatment and thrive.

Your future after rehab

We know making that first initial call is tough, but our helpline advisors are on the other side waiting to help you. Admitting you need help and making that step is a brave and admirable thing to do.

Realising your addiction is taking control over your life is the first step. Moving out of a stage of denial means you can begin to seek treatment and commit to a programme. We truly encourage you to get the help you need and once you start receiving treatment, the easier life will become.

So please, call 0800 140 4690 today. Let us help you change your life for the better. If you don’t feel confident calling us, we also have an enquiry form for you to ask any questions you may have.

Our team will review this shortly and get back in touch as soon as possible. Don’t suffer in silence, reach out today.

 

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