Rehab 4 Addiction

Many people can lose control of their lives through addiction. Addiction can sneak up on you, and often go unnoticed for quite some time.

Unfortunately, if you don’t take action as soon as possible, your addiction can cause a great number of negative impacts without the intervention of much-needed help, support and most importantly treatment.

Despite the fact that many of the negative impacts of addiction can certainly be eased and treated if the help of expert medical professionals is acquired, a vast majority of people across the UK continue to lose their lives because of their addiction due to not asking for help from these programmes and treatment centres which are so readily available to them.

If you are someone who has been struggling alone with addiction, but you believe you may be ready to shake off the chains of addiction that are currently controlling your life, committing yourself to a drug and alcohol rehab clinic in Dronfield and successfully completing an addiction treatment programme can give you the best possible chance of achieving that.

If this sounds like something you would be interested in, but you’re not sure where to start, get in touch with Rehab 4 Addiction today. We can help you get back on track to the life you truly deserve to live.

Relapse Prevention and Aftercare Support Opportunities

Once you have successfully completed your addiction programme at your chosen drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre in Dronfield, you will then be provided with an opportunity to also undergo a relapse prevention programme and other additional aftercare support.

And in the same way, your treatment programme will be tailored to your specific needs, your relapse prevention programme and aftercare support will be also.

While working with a team of medical professionals before being given the go-ahead to end your addiction treatment programme, you will be taught to consider all the outside factors of the ‘real world’ that may have contributed to the development of your addiction.

This will include past and potential triggers and your general home life, which aims to ensure that you have all the coping strategies you’ll need in place, thus preventing you from any possible relapse in the future as you integrate back into your everyday life.

As part of this relapse prevention programme (sometimes also known as ‘outpatient’ programmes) and aftercare support, it is common to be given the recommendation of attending regular and convenient support groups.

The location of these support groups can differ, however typically they can be held either at the drug and alcohol rehab centre you attended or could include various support groups outside of your former rehab clinic, such as Alcoholics Anonymous.

Treatments that are available to you in Dronfield

Understandably, as someone who suffers from addiction you may be feeling apprehensive about seeking out a suitable drug and alcohol rehab centre in Dronfield and even more so when it comes to referring yourself to one.

You may feel as though you are not equipped with enough knowledge about the treatments available to you and the various ways you can go about receiving them.

This is why we have carefully outlined the various types of treatment programmes you may encounter which are commonly administered by many private rehabilitation clinics.

Unfortunately, the amount of people who struggle with drug and alcohol addiction as well as their mental health has risen dramatically over the past couple of years. Due to this, a vast majority of drug and alcohol treatment facilities we are partnered with will offer you what is known as dual diagnosis treatment.

But what is dual diagnosis treatment? Dual diagnosis treatment aims to help enable individuals to face their addictions in hope of overcoming them, in tandem with the detoxification process as well as the rehabilitation process. It also aims to help minimise the impact your underlying mental health issues may have on you, through the implementation of therapy.

As previously mentioned, a pre-admission and initial assessment will be done in order to help us determine which treatment would be best suited to you and your circumstances once you enter a drug and alcohol addiction treatment facility in Dronfield.

In doing this, we can ensure that your chosen rehab clinic should be able to offer you the best possible addiction treatment, thus ensuring a higher chance of you reaching your sustainable recovery goals and allowing you to live the life you truly want and deserve.

No matter which drug and alcohol addiction rehab facility you end up attending in Dronfield, you will always find that you are provided with a high-quality, treatment programme that is tailored specifically to you and your own personal circumstances once you enter.

No one is the same, all people are different and experience things differently. Therefore, no addiction or addiction experience is the same either. Addictions can affect all sufferers differently. How addiction impacts your life, what side effects you experience and all other factors involved will be completely different for everyone who should be treated for addiction.

Keeping this in mind, this is why treatment programmes are tailored to a person’s own unique recovery circumstances and desires. However, in every case, the detoxification and rehabilitation process should always be the starting point for every recovery of an addiction recovery programme.

Detoxification basically means that you will be given the opportunity to purge the harmful, toxic substances from your body within a safe, regularly monitored space. During the detoxification process, you will be given constant care and monitoring, as well as undergoing therapy.

Rehabilitation will then only happen when you successfully complete the detoxification process at the beginning of your addiction treatment programme and typically also includes one-on-one therapy, as well as group therapy. Whatever therapy you will be offered entirely depends on the way your particular addiction has impacted your life.

By way of carrying out a thorough initial admission assessment, the professionals who work at your chosen rehab facility will have the best possible ability and expertise to help decide which type of therapy would be best suited to your own individual needs.

Even though the therapy you will be asked to carry out will depend on the impacts your addiction has had on your life so far, various therapies will also be often administered.

Psychological therapy, for example, will hopefully help you to truly address and understand all the various factors of your life that may have caused this addiction to develop in the first place.

And on the other side of that, well-being focused therapy will aim to give you a safe and secure outlet where you can openly talk about how you feel without any fear of judgement.

Contact The Team at Rehab 4 Addiction Today

So, what do you think? Do you believe you’re truly ready to give yourself the best possible chance of overcoming your addiction? Do you feel confident in your desire to live a better, more positive substance-free life?

If you can honestly answer ‘yes’ to any of the above, feel more mentally prepared than ever to face your addiction head-on and are ready to make an attempt at defeating your addiction-related demons once and for all, resulting in a sober lifestyle, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.

We not only offer you the support and guidance you deserve, but we also help you track down the rehab facility and addiction treatment programme that is best suited to your own individual circumstances, either in the Dronfield area or another location within the UK.

Whatever you may need, we will be here for you every step of the way. With our expert help, we can guarantee you’ll give yourself the best possible chance of reaching a state of long-term recovery and will ensure you are given everything you need to embark on a drug and alcohol-free lifestyle.

Give us a call today on 0800 140 4690. Alternatively, you can reach us via our website. We can’t wait to hear from you!

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