Rehab 4 Addiction

Are you or someone you love addicted to alcohol and looking for a rehabilitation programme? If so, it is quite normal to be overwhelmed by the options and not know quite where to turn, as nowadays there are so many treatments and rehab available.

And unfortunately, the NHS services are usually overstretched so this is not always an option, so if you are based in Dorchester, you might want to think about a private rehab centre that is right for you. This is where Rehab 4 Addiction can help.

With rehab centres across the country with quick admission, you can quickly begin your recovery process. Within 48 hours you can be safe in a clinic and begin your detox and start your journey to a new life.

What happens at a drug and alcohol rehab?

Rehab is a centre where you can go through a full medical detox to help you get away from your drug or alcohol dependency. This involves medical supervision, prescription drugs to help with withdrawals (if needed), 24-hour support, and other types of treatments such as cognitive behavioural therapy.

These other types of treatment vary from clinic to clinic and there are other treatments available like meditation, group therapy, general fitness, and relapse prevention techniques which can be very beneficial.

But it is important to remember that some treatments might work well for some people and not for others, so it’s about finding the right combination of treatments and therapies that are right for you.

How fast is the admission process?

When it comes to seeking help and admitting yourself to rehab, speed is key and hesitation can have severe consequences. Often those affected by addiction (to both drugs and alcohol) will feel like they can or need to go on one last binge or blow out before they try to change, but this can leave room for hesitation or make the problem even worse, so it is really important to seek help as soon as possible.

Rehab 4 Addiction has a number of clinics for rehabilitation so you or your loved one can get the help they need sooner than you think. And areas like Dorchester have some of the longest wait times for NHS services for drug and alcohol addiction, and the most urgent cases will be bumped to the front of the line, so if your case isn’t deemed ‘severe’ enough, you may never get to the top of the list, or you will get the treatment when it’s too late.

In contrast, when you call Rehab 4 Addiction on their 24 hours a day helpline, the focus is on you and getting you the care you need as soon as possible, this is important as it makes sure you get the help you need before your alcohol addiction gets worse and potentially spirals out of control.

So if you’re looking for alcohol addiction rehab in Dorchester, call Rehab 4 Addiction on 0800 140 4690 today to start your process of recovery and start to feel better and get your life back!

What is the private rehab process?

It may seem that private rehabilitation centres are reserved only for the rich and famous, but Rehab 4 Addiction treats people from all socioeconomic standings and has options for most budgets.

However, private rehabs are usually not the cheapest option, but NHS wait times can often be too long to get people the help they need in the time they need it.

Despite the initial cost, it is important to bear in mind the overall savings you will make from overcoming your addiction, even cheap alcohol is expensive every day and the lost earnings from jobs you may not get because of your alcohol addiction also add up.

There are also the things you will gain that you can’t put a price on, like strengthening relationships with friends and family and improving your health. Regardless of whether you choose a local clinic in Dorchester or a clinic further away, private rehab could be the start of a whole new life for you.

What is residential treatment?

There are many types of treatment and when it comes to choosing the type that will work for you different providers will recommend different types, some will suggest live-at-home treatment, or day treatments, or even just telephone counselling.

However, the issue is that treatments like stay-at-home or other treatments leave the patient at home where they may be tempted to drink, regardless of the quality of the treatments. Even the best treatments cannot help overcome some negative environments.

Rehab 4 Addiction has found that residential rehab gives the best possible chance of success to those who are suffering from alcohol addiction.

They will find you a residential rehab clinic where you can go through a detox and full treatment without the option of drinking alcohol that a home treatment would leave, this greatly increases the chance of success.

You can select a local clinic, or if you prefer, and people often do, you can go further away to feel like you have got away from the situation that causes you to drink which may be beneficial. Whatever location you opt for, Rehab 4 Addiction can help you get the help you need.

Staying drug and alcohol-free

Even once your rehab programme is complete, your recovery journey isn’t over. A really important part of the recovery process is aftercare which helps you rebuild your life. Programmes such as Narcotics Anonymous and Alcohol Anonymous can be recommended for this.

The post-rehab experience can be difficult and you will have to make big changes in your life, so it is important you have the right aftercare for you. Alongside aftercare, things like a change of job or career or family therapy to help rebuild connections with family are also important in order to fully recover.

Some people even complete relocate in order to have a real fresh start, but this of course isn’t possible for most people. Whatever option is best for you, rest assured that there is support out there that is right for you.

Rehab 4 Addiction officers a range of addiction treatments in Dorset, including BournemouthWeymouth, and Poole.

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