Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug &Alcohol Rehab in Conisbrough

If you are battling an addiction and wish to find a suitable treatment, look no further.

We are Rehab 4 Addiction, a referral and advisory service that specialises in getting those dealing with addictions the help they need.

With our help, you could be assessed and placed in a local drug and alcohol rehab in Conisbrough in no time, and on your way to a full recovery.

We understand that reaching out can be daunting and that professional help can be nerve-wracking.

Rest assured that we make the entire process of enquiry, admission, and rehab as smooth and simple as possible so that your recovery journey is as stress-free as it can be.

To find out more, get in touch via our helpline: 0800 140 4690.

Do I have to attend residential rehab?

No – but we highly recommend that you consider it as your option for addiction treatment.

Residential rehab is the option we will almost always suggest for those struggling to cope with a drug or alcohol addiction, as it is not only the most effective treatment route but also the one that boasts the highest success rate for clients.

There are many benefits to a residential rehab that are just not found in other treatment options such as outpatient treatment or at home recoveries. Some of these benefits include:

  • Constant care from attentive
  • Highly-trained staff members and therapists
  • Bespoke treatment for both the body and the brain
  • Detachment from old routines and habits that may fuel your addiction
  • Monitoring of your progress to see how far you have come
  • And a welcoming and judgement-free place to heal from your addiction in.

Not to mention, these advantages all come under one roof.

Being an outpatient is of course an option, and it is one that many clients do prefer and do choose as their route to recovery.

Outpatient treatment would mean residing mostly at your home, but taking regular trips to the outpatient clinic of your choice for check-ins and treatment appointments.

It also means a detox would be undergone at home rather than in rehab.

Whilst this is a viable option for some, it isn’t always the best one for every client.

Outpatient treatment requires clients to have a strong sense of self-motivation and will to succeed, and preferably a network of supportive friends and family that are able to help out if needed.

This treatment option is also only recommended for those with less severe addictions, who will be able to perform detoxes safely at home without much assistance.

If you do not meet these requirements you are likely to relapse if you choose outpatient treatment.

We don’t want this to happen to any client, which is why we will always recommend residential rehab to those that need it, in order to give our clients the highest chance of a successful and long-term recovery.

There is no shame if you do need residential rehab and you are not recommended for other, more relaxed treatment options.

This will be due to factors that are now out of your control, such as the substance or substances you have used, and how long you have been battling your addiction.

It may also be decided by other factors such as your characteristics, or even your family history.

However, if you strongly believe that outpatient treatment is the option for you, please do tell us when you enquire. We can review your needs and will always try to factor in personal choices if we are able to.

What if I don’t respond well to treatment?

When you first enquire with us here at Rehab 4 Addiction, you will undergo a quick and easy assessment – usually over the phone – which will help us determine what your needs for treatment are.

This information will guide us when creating your personal treatment plan, meaning that you will only receive and participate in treatment that is deemed the be the most beneficial for you.

For this reason, there is a very small chance that you won’t respond well to treatment. If for some reason you do, the staff members in your chosen rehab will be trained and prepared to deal with the situation at hand.

You will also be closely monitored throughout your stay in rehab, so any less-than-desired response will be noticed and dealt with before it can worsen.

The only treatment you are more likely to have adverse effects with is a drug and alcohol detox. During the detox phase, you may experience a number of withdrawal symptoms.

These can include:

  • Nausea
  • Headaches
  • Muscle pain
  • fatigue
  • Dizziness
  • And mood swings.

Rest assured that these are completely normal and expected when completing a detox, and medication can be prescribed to ease these side effects if necessary.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690 if you have any further questions about a drug and alcohol rehab in Conisbrough, or to begin an enquiry for yourself. Alternatively, you can fill in our online form to receive a callback.


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