Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Cotgrave

If you’re living in Cotgrave with a drug or alcohol addiction that you would like to recover from, then the good news is, you are able to do so locally, and we can help you.

There are a wide range of treatment options available for drug and alcohol addiction, however, it can be difficult to gain access to such services, particularly through the NHS or free community options.

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we provide advice and support, as well as a referral service to one of our partner rehab facilities.

Whether you would prefer to remain in Cotgrave to recover or travel outside of your own region, we can help you find a reputable treatment centre, without the need to wait.

If it’s your first time accessing professional help for your addiction, it can be difficult to know what you’re looking for and where to find it.

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we specialise in drug and alcohol addiction treatment, so we can help you to understand your own needs better, as well as provide a pre-vetted list of partner centres that offer a high quality of care.

Many of our team members are in recovery from drug and alcohol addictions, so you will not receive any judgement here. We also have the first-hand experience of the rehab process, so can help you with any concerns you have.

Calls are confidential and free of charge, so reach out today on 0800 140 4690.

Why should I consider private residential rehab in Cotgrave?

At Rehab 4 Addiction, our friendly team will be able to ascertain from a short assessment, which type of addiction treatment will be most beneficial to you and have the best chance of helping you to achieve sobriety.

Unless you show relatively mild addiction attributes, however, it’s more likely that we will recommend residential rehab, than outpatient care.

Residential rehab is a daunting step for many, however, it offers the highest success rates of any type of drug and alcohol rehab method.

This is due to the fact that your addiction is approached holistically. Whilst many people think of rehab purely as detox, it actually goes way beyond that, which is why sobriety gained in this way is more maintainable.

Aside from the treatment programme itself, there are a number of benefits to residential rehab, and whether you decide to stay close to Cotgrave or not, we can recommend a CQC (Care Quality Commission) regulated partner, who will be able to fulfil your needs.

The distance from your usual environment will enhance your recovery focus, however, rehab facilities are designed purely with this purpose in mind, so they allow for an immersive and calming experience.

Other benefits include 24-hour care; the opportunity to form bonds and future support systems with other local clients, nutritionally balanced meals and leisure facilities, as well as a private room.

There are options to suit a wide range of budgets, with payment plan options open to those who need them.

Breaking down the physical attachment to drugs and alcohol

In order to break down your physical connection with drugs or alcohol, as you’re probably already aware, detox is required.

Detox is something that discourages many people from seeking help, as there can be difficult withdrawal symptoms involved, however, it is essential to the recovery process.

Detox can be unpleasant, however, attending medically assisted detox through a professional addiction treatment clinic will be a far more pleasant experience than trying to detox independently.

We would highly discourage independent attempts to detox, due to the potential for life-threatening withdrawal symptoms you can experience by going ‘cold-turkey’.

As part of your recovery programme, medically assisted detox will involve a very gradual reduction of substances, which in itself minimises the potential for withdrawal symptoms. Prescription medications can then also be provided to help you to abide by those symptoms that are experienced.

You will also be monitored throughout, for your own safety, by experienced medical staff.

Why the psychological connection also needs to be broken

Psychological attachments to drugs and alcohol also form when an addiction is present, so it’s critical to address this element of your illness as well if you want to maintain your newly found sobriety.

Counsellors who specialise in addiction recovery will help you to identify and understand the underlying causes of your addiction and what aspects of your environment trigger continued substance abuse, even when you realise there is a problem.

A wide range of modern psychotherapy treatments, such as cognitive behavioural therapy, family and group therapy, motivational therapy and alternative arts outlets will be used to help you develop new healthier behaviours.

Any pre-existing or co-morbid mental health conditions that are contributed to your addiction will be diagnosed, and referral for continued treatment in this area will take place, where required.

What will happen post-rehab?

Once you’re discharged from your rehab programme, you will have access to substantial aftercare services, including additional counselling and support groups, to help you maintain your recovery in the real world.

You will be encouraged to make use of local abstinence groups, such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or Narcotics Anonymous (NA), in the Cotgrave area.

Your family and close friends will also be encouraged to attend certain aspects of your rehab, to help them provide a strong support network for you when you leave.

Reach out to the team at Rehab 4 Addiction now on 0800 140 4690, or ask for a callback via our web contact page.

All calls are confidential, free of charge and you are under no obligation.


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