Rehab 4 Addiction

In the UK, there exist drug and alcohol problems that are largely ignored. Unfortunately, successive governments have refused to invest in addiction treatment, believing sufferers are in some way at fault. This is despite overwhelming evidence that addiction is a disease not unlike any other ‘physical’ illness.

However, there does exist a range of statutory and private addiction treatment clinics to help navigate you through this testing period of your life.

If you live in Coventry, you may access this treatment by contacting Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690.

Types of addiction treatment in Coventry

If you haven’t sought out professional addiction help before, you may be confused with the various treatment options available to you today. Essentially, there exist two broad categories of addiction treatment.

The first is known as an outpatient treatment. As the name suggests, outpatient treatment requires you to attend a treatment facility for a few hours in the day, but return home following the completion of the daily session.

Outpatient treatment is highly flexible and usually will not disrupt other obligations you must fulfil such as looking after your family and going to work. However, many people addicted to drugs and alcohol fail to succeed when treatment is provided for on an outpatient basis.

Why? Because the outpatient treatment does not remove you from the ‘bad influences’ that encourage your drug and alcohol use.

The second form of addiction treatment available in Coventry is known as residential treatment. This form of treatment means you are removed from your usual living environment for the entire duration of your treatment programme.

Residential treatment compares highly favourably when compared to other forms of treatment. However, for positive results, residential treatment is most successful when followed up with an outpatient treatment in the form of aftercare sessions.

Getting the best of both worlds

When you have developed an addiction to either drugs or alcohol, your willpower will not be sufficient for outpatient treatment to succeed. Uprooting yourself into a residential treatment facility means you are removed from ‘addiction triggers’.

This means willpower is supported by a physical barrier preventing you from consuming drugs and alcohol.

However, if residential treatment is now supported by a structured outpatient programme, there is a higher risk that your recovery will terminate simply because you are not ready to cope with life’s stresses unaided.

Outpatient treatment helps you to fill this void during the early stages of your recovery.

When you contact Rehab 4 Addiction, we ensure you are recommended treatment providers in Coventry that offer both residential and aftercare treatment in your overall rehabilitation programme. We believe anything short of this would result in failure.

At Rehab 4 Addiction, it is our mission to help you succeed in your long term recovery goals, and selecting treatment that combines both outpatient and residential treatment is a vital ingredient in helping you achieve this goal.

Getting over your denial

If you have found this page, it’s likely that you cannot control your drink or drug use. Whilst many people may be able to enjoy alcohol or drugs without developing a dependency, this really does not apply to yourself.

It’s essential that you overcome feelings of denial, so you may continue to live your life addiction-free. The good news is that help is at hand.

Currently, there exists an abundance of treatment options for addiction both within or surrounding Coventry. Many people unfortunately do not access these treatments because they may not know these services exist, nor do they know how these services may be accessed.

Rehab 4 Addiction exists to advise you on how to access these services. We match your needs to the most suitable treatment provider in Coventry.

This means you really do receive a positive start to your recovery when you get in touch with Rehab 4 Addiction in Coventry.

How we can help

When you begin to research addiction treatment in Coventry, you may be slightly confused with the amount of medical jargon you are met with.

When you get in touch with Rehab 4 Addiction, we help you understand the ins-and-out of addiction treatment in easily understandable language that even a child could grasp.

Essentially, addiction treatment in Coventry is divided into four phases. This includes assessment, detoxification, rehabilitation and aftercare. Each phase is vital to the success of your treatment programme.

If any phase is not correctly carried out, your treatment is likely to result in relapse. For instance, if the initial assessment is not carried out correctly, you risk selecting treatment that’s poorly suited to your needs.

When you contact Rehab 4 Addiction, we carry out the bulk of the assessment to ensure you begin a treatment programme that’s absolutely right for your needs.

Generally, we recommend your treatment should begin at a residential clinic. This affords you 24/7 medical care during the initial detox phase of your recovery. An outpatient detox programme is not recommended for the majority of people seeking out our services.

In Coventry, you may access either private or charity-based residential rehab providers.

The benefit of paying privately for your treatment is that you may usually expect to begin your treatment without the need to join any sort of ‘waiting list’.

For more information on addiction services in Coventry, contact Rehab 4 addiction today on 0800 140 4690.

With Rehab 4 Addiction, seeking out help for your addiction could not be simpler. Rehab 4 Addiction offers addiction treatment across the West Midlands in BirminghamCoventryWolverhamptonSolihullSolihullWalsallWest Bromwich and Dudley.

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