Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Dalton In Furness

If you’re struggling to cope with the day to day problems and side effects of a drug and alcohol addiction, perhaps it’s time to consider reaching out for professional addiction recovery help and support.

It can be tough to admit that your substance use has become out of your control, however, it’s more common than many people realise.

In fact, in the Dalton in Furness region alone, we have partnerships with reputable addiction recovery facilities where you will be able to receive top-quality care.

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we understand how difficult it can be to take the first step towards recovery, let alone find a suitable and reputable rehab centre. That’s why we’re here to do the hard work for you.

Whether or not you’ve already made the decision to recover from your addiction, we’re here to provide advice and guidance about your symptoms and concerns.

As daunting as the prospect of recovery may feel, there is life beyond your addiction, and we can help you to find it. Speak to our knowledgeable and non-judgmental team today on 0800 140 4690 or request a callback through our contact form.

All calls are free and completely confidential.

How to select the right drug and alcohol rehab in Dalton In Furness

If you are ready to recover, then congratulations. You’ve definitely made the right choice, however, now you have a few more important choices, but we will guide you through them.

First of all, what is the best treatment option for you? There are a number of treatment options available for drug and alcohol addiction, but it’s important that the treatment you choose is able to fully address your issue.

Here, at Rehab 4 Addiction, we will take you through a short assessment to help determine the severity of your addiction. This will help us to recommend the type of recovery treatment that is most suited to you.

Usually, we will suggest outpatient or residential rehab through one of our partner facilities, depending on the severity and age of your problem.

The next decision to make is where you would like to recover. Some people like the stability of staying close to home, and we can recommend services in Dalton In Furness, regardless of the treatment option you need.

Others, however, will prefer the anonymity and isolation of recovering further away from home. As we are partnered with rehab centres around the country, whichever option you choose, we will be able to accommodate your needs.

Why we prioritise residential rehab

Whilst there are some who will benefit from the use of outpatient and community-based treatment programmes, it should be noted that this type of treatment option requires a significant level of self-control, which is not frequently present with addiction, particularly once it has taken hold.

Residential rehab, on the other hand, is an intensive form of rehab therapy, where your schedule is managed and there is no opportunity to avoid or forget to attend sessions.

One of the major benefits of residential rehab, aside from the intensity, is the isolation from your daily life. Those who are lifted out of their usual environment and away from their usual triggers are better able to focus their efforts on recovery.

Residential rehab facilities are often in rural locations, with beautiful surroundings and are designed to be calming and relaxing.

Other benefits are 24-hour support and care from trained medical professionals, the potential to build a support network with those going through similar issues as yourself, and a holistic recovery programme that is structured and personalised to your specific needs.

When all these benefits are considered, it’s not difficult to see why residential rehab is widely agreed to offer the most successful route to recovery for those with drug and/or alcohol addictions.

Personalised structured and holistic treatment programmes

On admission to residential rehab, you will be provided with a tailored recovery programme, which doctors will design to address your specific addiction experience.

The holistic and structured approach to treatment will include addressing both the physical and psychological aspects of your addiction.

Medically assisted detox will provide you with a safe route to sobriety, with withdrawal symptoms managed as far as possible by experienced clinicians. This essential step is usually the beginning of your recovery programme, which will be followed by a range of psychotherapy treatments, based on your individual need.

You will have access to a specialist understand the triggers of your condition.

Alongside this, you will attend a range of therapy sessions and support groups, from cognitive behavioural therapy to group therapy and support groups. You’ll also have access to ongoing aftercare services for up to a year post-rehab.

Avoid waiting lists, secure an admission date within days

One of the major contributing factors to continued addiction problems is an inability to access the help that you need. Whilst there are some valid and beneficial NHS addiction treatment options, these are so hard to access, with very long waiting lists in some areas.

Through Rehab for Addiction, you can access private residential rehab within days. We can help you source suitable, local and affordable treatment options, beginning the pre-admission process within the first phone call.

To begin your journey to maintainable recovery in Dalton in Furness today, contact us on 0800 140 4690, or ask for a callback via our web contact page.

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

 

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