Rehab 4 Addiction

Are you looking to undertake a drug or alcohol detox in Croydon? If so, Rehab 4 Addiction is here to help. Over the last five years, we’ve successfully placed thousands of people in drug and alcohol rehab centres in Croydon and the South London area.

The vast majority of these people now live their lives without drugs and alcohol.

We maintain close relationships with many rehab providers in the South London region. We assess your needs and then match you up with the rehab provider in London that cater to your needs.

For more information, contact Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690.

Why seek out professional help?

If you have tried to quit drink and drugs in the past, you will know how hard it can be. In fact, studies indicate that only around 12.5% of people are able to quit drink and drugs unassisted.

This means many others unsuccessfully do not quit taking drugs or drinking alcohol. Unfortunately, a large number of these people will die due to their addiction to either drugs or alcohol.

Why do so many people fail in their pursuit to give up drugs and alcohol? The answer to this question is simple. Many people fail to give up drinking alcohol or taking drugs because they attempt to give up without addressing the underlying emotional causes of addiction.

Even if a brief period of abstinence is achieved, these people have not altered their thoughts, beliefs or physical circumstances enough for their recovery to last. This means relapse is all too likely.

How may you succeed with professional help?

If you are unlikely to succeed in your recovery without seeking professional help, you may reasonably wonder what form of help is available to you.

Your primary three options are these: you may detox and receive a rehabilitation programme on a residential or ‘inpatient’ basis or you may choose to undergo a ‘home detox’; or you may choose to undergo treatment on an ‘outpatient basis.’

All of the above treatment options have their own benefits and drawbacks. Residential treatment is one form of treatment. Here, you are removed from your ‘using environment’ whilst treatment is given.

However, residential treatment may come with a hefty price tag. Fortunately, since Rehab 4 Addiction works with several residential rehab clinics in Croydon, we are typically able to provide you with residential treatment that’s within your budget.

Outpatient and ‘home detox’ treatments are ideal for people who have the willpower to succeed without 24/7 professional support. However, given the general affordability of residential treatment in Croydon, we almost always advise you to avoid both outpatient and home detox options.

Residential treatment in Croydon

When you attend a Croydon residential rehab clinic, you will take part in a variety of therapeutic sessions. These sessions make use of many different therapy techniques.

These include psychotherapy, CBT, 12-step work and holistic therapies. Therapy sessions take place in both group and individual settings. Therapy treats the underlying causes of addiction. This helps you live your life without an undue risk of relapse.

Contacting Rehab 4 Addiction

To learn more about how Rehab 4 Addiction is able to help you locate the right rehab centre in Croydon for your particular needs, contact us today on 0800 140 4690.

When you contact our free helpline, we carry out a short assessment. This assessment is free. Following this assessment, we refer you to suitable rehab centres in Croydon. We sincerely look forward to your call.

Locations we serve in London include WandsworthMertonHarrowSouthwarkLewishamGreenwichHounslowLambethCroydonEnfieldEalingIslingtonHaveringCamdenWestminsterHillingdonRedbridgeHackneyNewhamBromleyBarnetChelsea and KensingtonKingston-Upon-Thames, and Notting Hill.

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