Rehab 4 Addiction

Nine of the ten regions in the Greater Manchester area have a higher rate of alcohol-related deaths than the national average, according to Public Health England. If you are in the Droylsden area and are requiring help for an addiction, do not hesitate to get in touch with us today.

Drug and alcohol addictions can significantly impact the lives of those suffering from them. Many people can be left struggling with broken relationships as well as impacted careers and financial worry.

Addiction and mental health disorders are also closely linked although many people don’t necessarily link the two together. If you believe you are struggling with addiction and require immediate help, call us on  0800 140 4690. We urge you not to suffer in silence and reach out to us at Rehab 4 Addiction.

If you believe your consumption of drugs or alcohol is slowly becoming an occurring problem in your life you may be facing an addiction.

If this is the case, you must seek help before your usage becomes a problem beyond your control. Leaving drug or alcohol abuse untreated can spiral quickly into addiction creating problems not only in your life but others too.

What help is available?

You can access many services for drug and alcohol addiction within the UK. Many people choose to seek support from the NHS; however, private care offers a more immediate route into recovery.

Choosing to go down the private path means that treatment can be administered quickly due to the number of rehab facilities available. This eliminates the need to wait for public treatment which often involves long waiting lists and also allows you to access treatment immediately.

By calling us as soon as possible we can begin to help you achieve a better, brighter future. During our call, we will ask you a few questions to better understand you as an individual as well as your addiction.

Though this may seem personal it allows us a better chance at finding you a suitable place in a Droylsden treatment centre. After we have gathered information, we can pass this on to treatment providers in Droylsden who can offer a residential place at one of their facilities.

Based on your needs we can offer detox programmes or rehabilitation treatment, both meaning you will become an inpatient at one of our facilities. After your treatment programme has ended, we supply you with aftercare and relapse prevention to ensure you are safely on the long-term road to recovery.

Our trained staff can help equip you with everything you need, such as healthy coping mechanisms, to go forth into society, healthily and safely. If you are committed, you will see results. We have helped many clients regain control over their lives and make changes for the better.

Do I need help from Rehab 4 Addiction?

The fact that you have made it onto our webpage may indicate to you that you need help with the amount of alcohol or drugs you regularly consume. It may have you asking many questions too.

At Rehab 4 Addiction we offer free and confidential advice at all times and can answer any questions or worries you may have regarding your treatment.

Addiction can take many forms, often stereotypes and stigma stop people from speaking out. You may be high functioning and attend work or events but still struggle daily with your consumption of drugs or alcohol.

Many users struggle to identify addiction in themselves because they don’t fit the profile of what has been issued by the media as someone struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction.

It may be important to ask yourself the following questions to consider if you are struggling with an addiction:

  • Do you consume substances secretly, even at work or home with family?
  • Do you do this multiple times a day?
  • Have you been unable to concentrate as you wonder where your next administration of drugs will come from?
  • Have you spent a significant amount of money on drugs or alcohol?
  • Does your mood change when you cannot get access to your preferred substance?
  • Have you suffered from illnesses such as headaches and fevers as a result of being without drugs or alcohol?
  • Have you risked a job or a relationship to fulfil and feed your addiction?

If the answer is yes to any of the above questions, we urge you to contact us today. Rehab can save your life no matter what your addiction looks like.

What happens next?

You may be worrying or feeling anxious when looking toward the future. Perhaps, to you, it doesn’t look very bright. We want to reassure you that with commitment, dedication, and support you can thrive in a new life free from substance misuse.

Believing that you don’t deserve help will hinder your progress. You are deserving of support and can access it today by getting in touch with us.

Your addiction will be a part of your history, but it doesn’t have to become a part of your future. Once you have completed treatment you will begin to see that a future free from alcohol and drugs can be a brighter and happier one.

Our staff can offer support at all times and can help you stay motivated ready to thrive in recovery.

Our helpline advisers can help if you are unsure where to go next. Perhaps you are worried about your substance use and don’t want it to spiral out of control, or you need help regaining control over your addiction.

Whatever the problem our staff are trained to listen and offer advice. You can share your feelings in a safe environment, free from judgment.

Are you ready to move on with your life and leave addiction behind? Get in touch today or fill in an enquiry form. Our advisers will be in touch shortly helping you get your life back on track as soon as possible.

 

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