Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Crowland

Drug and alcohol addiction can affect anyone at any time in their life, without discrimination.

If you live in the Crowland area and are concerned about your substance use, reach out today for help and advice from the team, here at Rehab 4 Addiction.

Rehab 4 Addiction is a drug and alcohol addiction advice and advocacy service provider, we can help you to recognise the first signs that your drug or alcohol use is becoming an addiction, and source reliable rehabilitation facilities on your behalf, in your region.

We have a large number of rehab partners based throughout the UK, who offer professional treatment to those with drug and alcohol addiction problems.

This allows us to refer you directly for recovery assistance without the need for GP intervention or a lengthy waiting list.

Reach out to our team today for a judgement-free and confidential discussion about your options. We’re here for you 24 hours a day on 0800 140 4690.

Why consider recovery sooner rather than later?

It can be tough to know when the right time to consider professional rehab treatment is.

Many people with addictions present will be in denial, which makes it difficult to acknowledge the changes that occur in behaviour and personality, as a result of drug and alcohol addiction.

We can help you to identify these changes in yourself, however, you will have to be receptive to suggestions and honest with yourself about your actions.

It’s also important to consider whether your addictive behaviours are having an effect on others, particularly your loved ones, friends and family.

Family members are often the first to notice changes in personality and behaviour, however, it can be difficult for them to approach you about your problem.

Try to understand that those raising concerns over your substance use are doing so out of compassion. It can be very difficult for family members to feel helpless and watch you lose control of your own life.

If your drug and alcohol use is beginning to affect your relationships with your loved ones, then that, in itself, is a good indicator that it might be time to seek help.

Health risks aside, one of the biggest downsides to addiction is the potential to lose important relationships with friends, family members and personal partners.

Professional loss is also fairly common, with many people suffering from addiction losing established careers or reducing their future prospects in employment by leaving their addictions untreated.

It’s never too late to recover, so whether you’ve been struggling with addiction for days or years, reach out to us today and let us help you begin your journey towards sobriety.

Why detox is essential to the rehab process

One of the most dreaded aspects of rehab is the detox process, however, there are a lot of misconceptions about this.

Whilst by no means an easy process, there are certainly ways it can be managed to minimise discomfort.

Detox is a key part of the overall rehab process, helping clean your body and mind of those toxins that are currently controlling the way that you think and act.

Once sober, you will be free to understand the possibilities of a drug and alcohol-free life, and can do the important psychological rehabilitation required to stay sober in the long run.

When you attend a professional detox clinic as part of a programme within a rehab treatment centre, you will be monitored throughout by specialist medical professionals.

They will ensure that your substances are reduced at a gradual rate, which minimises the presence of withdrawal symptoms.

They can also offer prescribed medication to alleviate those withdrawal symptoms that do occur, making the process substantially easier than the ‘cold turkey’ method of detox that many people try and fail.

Psychological therapy as a part of a holistic rehab programme

A holistic and structured rehab programme will be provided by all of our private rehab facility partners.

This involves devising a tailored treatment plan around your own personal experience of addiction, which addresses both the physical and mental connections to drugs and or alcohol.

The physical connection is diminished through detox, as described above, however, once detox is complete, your important psychological treatment begins.

A wide variety of psychotherapy techniques are available, and these will be scheduled for you in accordance with your exact needs.

Treatments will be chosen on the basis of those that are most likely to help you, and this could include:

You will also have access to a one to one counsellor who specialises in addiction treatment.

Throughout the various psychotherapy treatments, you will gain a greater understanding of your addiction and what triggers your addictive behaviours.

You will learn coping mechanisms and develop a relapse prevention plan to help you ignore the triggers in the future.

Where underlying mental health issues are uncovered, you will receive treatment to address these, and often referred to continuing therapy in support of comorbid psychological conditions will be provided.

Addressing this sort of issue often helps you to overcome the cause of your addictive behaviours.

How to access reliable drug and alcohol rehab services in Crowland

We understand the level of overwhelm that can surround finding suitable rehab services in your local area, and how hard it can be just to admit you are in need of help, to begin with.

Many of our team here at Rehab 4 Addiction are in recovery themselves, so they are true experts in the plight of addiction, and the possibilities offered through professional recovery treatment.

We can take you through a short assessment to discover the depth of your addiction problem, which will help us to make recommendations of treatment types and providers who offer them in your area.

Whether you choose to remain in Crowland to attend rehab or would prefer to travel further afield, we can both recommend and refer you to our approved partners, all of whom are regulated by the Care Quality Commission.

All we need from you is a commitment to your own recovery, and we can get the pre-admission process started right away.

There’s no need to wait for a GP referral, you can self refer and we will do the rest to secure a place with a reliable rehab centre in Crowland.

Get in touch with our friendly and helpful team now on 0800 140 4690.

If you’re concerned about a friend or loved one who is not ready to come forward for themselves, feel free to reach out and we would be happy to help you too.

 

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