Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Crowle

People from all areas of society in the UK are affected by drug and alcohol addiction, this is not a condition that has any bearing on who you are as a person, and there is no need to feel shame if you need help to recover.

On the contrary, it takes considerable bravery to admit that you are struggling and need help, and it may just be the decision that saves your life.

If you’re located in Crowle or the surrounding area, professional addiction treatment services are available locally to you, and we can help you to source treatment that suits you, whether or not you would prefer to stay local to attempt your recovery.

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we can help you to access the help that you need to recover, without the need for long waiting lists.

Call for free today on 0800 140 4690, or request a callback through our contact form. All calls are completely confidential and you are under no obligation.

Why have I developed a drug or alcohol addiction?

One of the major benefits of attending residential rehab is that it offers a holistic treatment programme, which will look into the reasons behind your addiction.

Through one-to-one therapy sessions with a counsellor who specialises in drug and alcohol addiction, you will learn about the origin of your illness as a part of the process of unlearning addictive behaviours.

Whilst addiction is a non-discriminatory condition that can affect anyone, it’s more commonly found in those who have had certain emotional triggers throughout their lives.

For example:

  • Those with forced or negative beliefs
  • Childhood traumas of any nature
  • Low self-esteem and bullying
  • Mental health conditions
  • Loss of somebody close

Of course, in some cases, addiction will have formed from habitual use that gradually spiralled out of control, however, it’s important to determine the cause so that the triggers can be dealt with in another way, usually ongoing psychotherapy.

How can residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation help me?

If you’re struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction, residential rehab offers the best possible chance of achieving sustained recovery.

There are many reasons that this form of addiction treatment is favoured by those who specialise in this area of healthcare, all of which contribute towards a strong argument for considering this form of treatment.

In fact, if your addiction measures as moderate to severe on the scale of severity, it’s most likely that this will be our recommendation.

Here are just some of the reasons why we recommend private residential rehab as the best option:

  • A personalised rehab program designed around your specific experience with addiction
  • Highly qualified staff who specialise in addiction recovery
  • 24-hour care
  • Extensive mental health support
  • Safe medically assisted detox
  • Setting and surroundings that are conducive to recovery
  • Nutritional meal prepared throughout your stay
  • No requirement to manage your own schedule or remember therapy appointments
  • The opportunity to meet and get to know those with similar issues
  • Family therapy will help you repair fractured relationships and build a support network outside of rehab
  • Extensive aftercare services are included
  • The option to attend educational workshops and alternative therapies such as art and music classes
  • Availability of leisure facilities and sometimes even spa treatments
  • Private bedroom for alone time when desired

Will I be able to stay sober on my own?

Although the comfort of one to one care and support throughout the duration of your rehab stay may leave you feeling concerned that you won’t be able to manage your sobriety alone, a large part of the treatments involved will surround preparing yourself for this very situation.

You will learn coping mechanisms that allow you to avoid your triggers and avoid social situations that would have a negative impact.

You will develop new healthy behaviours and routines to replace the addictive ones, and once you’ve been sober for a short time, you will be able to remember just how possible life without drugs and alcohol is.

Alongside this, you will have access to an extensive aftercare program in Crowle, starting from the day you leave rehab and often lasting beyond a year into the future. This will usually consist of meetings with your previous key worker to ensure that you are still on the right track and keep you motivated towards your recovery.

It’s also likely that you will be encouraged to attend a local Crowle based drug and alcohol abstinence group, where you will ordinarily have a sponsor to help you maintain your sobriety in the real world.

How can I find a suitable rehab centre nearby Crowle?

This is where we come in. Whilst we can offer advice and support surrounding your addiction issues more generally, at Rehab 4 Addiction, our main purpose is to help those who are struggling with addiction to source the help that they need, whether that be local to them, or otherwise.

A quick assessment will allow us to determine the severity of your condition and therefore recommend which drug or alcohol therapy would be best suited to you and give you the best opportunity to make a prolonged recovery.

Whether you choose to receive treatment in Crowle or elsewhere, we can begin the pre-admission process quickly, allowing you to receive a swift start date for your rehabilitation.

We want to make this as simple as possible, so there’s no need to get a referral from your doctor and we can contact our partner rehab facility on your behalf, once we’ve agreed upon mutually beneficial start date.

We are highly experienced in our field and only partner with centres offering the highest standards of care to our clients.

As many of our team are in recovery themselves, we’re here to answer any of your queries or concerns about life in rehab and beyond, so don’t feel overwhelmed or deterred by the enormity of your decision.

It truly is a life-changing choice to ask for the help that you need to regain control over your lids.

Contact us today at Rehab 4 Addiction on 0800 140 4690, or ask for a callback via our web contact page.

All calls to this number are completely confidential, free of charge and you are under no obligation.

 

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