Rehab 4 Addiction

If you’re struggling with addiction and looking for help with recovery, you’ve come to the right place. Rehab 4 Addiction specialises in getting people in your situation into the rehab facility that is most appropriate for your circumstances and needs.

Rehab 4 Addiction can help you find the right rehab for you within the Dewsbury area and across West Yorkshire. Once you have read through the following information, you can give us a call to speak to a friendly trained advisor about getting a place in a rehab facility.

Am I ready for rehab?

To determine whether you are ready for rehab, you need to ask yourself two questions. Firstly, are you willing to accept and acknowledge that you have a substance addiction?

Secondly, are you willing to fully commit to recovery, however challenging it may be? If the answer to both of these questions is yes, then you are ready for rehab.

Rehab will almost certainly be a challenging time, but it is most definitely worthwhile. During your stay, you will benefit from a range of different therapies which will help you get to the root cause of your addiction, giving you the opportunity to deal with those issues.

You will also benefit from the structure and order of rehab, which is in contrast to how chaotic life can be when struggling with addiction and other destructive behaviours.

What is the cost of private rehab?

The rehab centres to which we refer clients are all private facilities. We understand that this could be a concern, not least because addiction can often affect personal finances. On top of that, we are living in such unprecedented times, where a lot of people are uncertain about their financial future.

We encourage you to think of the money spent on rehab in terms of investment vs. reward. For example, think of the amount of money you would save if you never had to spend money on drugs or alcohol again. When taken in this context, the cost of a relatively short rehab stay pales in comparison.

Pricing will be different for every service user, depending on which facility they are referred to, how long they are due to stay there, and other variable factors.

Once we have determined your best course of action, we have complete transparency around pricing, timeframe, and any finance options that may be applicable.

What is the process?

You will reach one of our trained advisors, who will encourage you, in your own time, to tell us a little more about your addiction. We will ask a series questions about the length and severity of your addiction, and how it has affected your life.

Please note that this consultation is carried out in complete confidence, and we are fully bound by data protection laws.

Once we have completed this assessment and found out a little more about you as a person, we will be in a position to refer you to a rehab centre in the Dewsbury area that is appropriate for your specific needs.

Rehab is a lot more personalised than some people might think, and what works for one person might not work for another. This is why we ask the questions that we do – in order to get the best outcome for you and to maximise your chances of recovery.

What will I actually do in rehab?

As mentioned above, rehab is a highly personalised method of healing. This is why one of the first things you will do when you arrive at your facility is to put together a personalised plan of treatment with an on-site professional.

They will draw up a schedule of different therapies which a strict timeframe – after all, routine and order is very important in the context of rehab and recovery.

These therapies will likely include traditional approaches such as group therapy and counselling, and could also feature more holistic activities such as mindfulness, yoga, and gardening. The idea is that all these different activities, whether they have an obvious benefit or not, will combine to be greater than the sum of their parts, in terms of their benefit to you.

All the staff at the centre will ask is that you approach each new activity with as positive a mindset as possible, treat others with respect, and be mindful that everything in your treatment schedule has been designed to help you.

Towards the end of your stay, you and a professional will draw up a relapse prevention plan, the aim of which is to minimise your chances of relapsing after you leave the facility. This will involve recognising potential pitfalls and triggers, and learning to avoid them ahead of time.

Will I need to detox?

Along with creating your initial treatment plan, one of the first things you will likely need to do is undergo detox in order to clean all toxins and illicit substances from your system. This will be conducted and overseen by a trained professional – you should never try to detox or go ‘cold turkey’ by yourself.

If you are suffering from alcohol addiction, it is likely that your reduction in alcohol consumption will need to be carefully managed.

This will mean reduced how much you drink over a period of time, rather than stopping suddenly, which can be very dangerous. Medical staff will be on hand to help you through any physiological symptoms of withdrawal.

Get addiction help in Dewsbury

We hope that the information above was helpful, and that you now have a better idea of what to expect from the rehab process. However, bleak things may seem right now, please know that real, lasting recovery from drug and alcohol addiction is always possible.

If you’re ready to take the next step towards a better life, call us on 0800 140 4690 to speak with a friendly trained advisor who can start the referral process today. They will also be more than happy to answer any further questions you might have.

 

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