Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Dulverton

If you are a resident of the Dulverton area who is looking for help with substance addiction, we can help you get into rehab quickly and easily. Rehab is incredibly effective at treating addiction, thanks to the comprehensive care package that it offers.

Patients can go through a supervised detox, get help via therapy and counselling, receive education on addiction, and prepare for the future, all within the same secure environment.

There are many other addiction treatments out there, but none of them offers the same level of thorough treatment that you can receive in rehab. If you are interested in going to rehab or want to get help for someone you know, please read on below.

How Rehab 4 Addiction can help

We have been helping people get into recovery since we were founded in 2012. We pride ourselves on making the process of rehab referral as easy as possible, while still ensuring that you end up with the best possible standard of care.

After a fairly brief telephone consultation, we will be able to determine which of the private rehab clinics in your area you would be a suitable match for.

We base this on a number of factors, including your proximity to the clinic, the kind of treatments on offer in that clinic, your level of affordability, and your other personal considerations.

Once we have suggested a clinic, and you are happy to proceed, we can make referral easy and rapid.

Aside from our referral services, we also provide free expert advice, with our team able to answer any questions that you might have about addiction or rehab.

If you call us on 0800 140 4690, you can speak with one of our team at your own pace, and you are not obligated to accept our referral, or even go through the assessment until you are ready to do so.

If you just want to use us as an information resource, or need someone to share your addiction challenges with, we are happy to help. All calls to the number above are free from UK landlines, as well as being strictly confidential.

Staying local: the pros and cons

When we are consulting with you about what you want in a rehab clinic, one of the issues we can discuss is whether or not you want to attend a clinic that is close to home or to go a bit further afield for treatment.

We find that most people tend to prefer to stay near home, but there is the option to travel for treatment, and both of these options have their merits.

Staying near home means that you will be closer to your support network while you receive treatment, and your broader surroundings will be familiar, which is a comfort to some.

On the other hand, some people find the surroundings of their hometown to be triggering or otherwise challenging, or they may want to distance themselves from people in their life who are toxic or could endanger their recovery.

They may want to put as much distance between themselves and their hometown as possible and recover in a place with which they have no negative associations.

Both choices can be accommodated, it is just something that will need to be discussed during your phone call, whenever you are ready to reach out to us.

Inpatient vs. outpatient care

Most people attend rehab as inpatients – in other words, they are accommodated at the clinic and stay overnight there until their treatment is complete.

However, a minority of rehab service users are permitted to attend as outpatients, staying at home during the evenings and nights, and travelling to rehab by day.

For a number of reasons, this is only recommended in a minority of cases. Outpatient care is usually only suitable for someone whose level of substance abuse is on the milder end of the spectrum, and whose home life is stable enough not to endanger their recovery treatment.

This is not applicable to most people who end up at rehab.

As mentioned in the section above, some people prefer to go further afield for treatment. In this context, it is worth considering that outpatient care is only available to those who are attending rehab near to home.

For example, it would not be feasible to travel from Liverpool to Manchester every day to attend rehab.

Aside from the inconvenience that long-distance travel would cause to you, there are just too many complications that could lead to you missing important sessions at rehab.

If you are interested in attending as an outpatient, this is something that we can discuss during your consultation. However, you should be aware that it is not recommended that often.

Counting the cost of rehab

Despite some of the harmful portrayals in the media, rehab is definitely not just for the rich and famous. Still, one of the biggest reservations that a person might have about going to private rehab is the cost involved, and how they will pay for it.

This is obviously completely understandable, and we at Rehab 4 Addiction pride ourselves on full transparency in every step of the referral process.

The only issue is that all of the rehab clinics to which we refer are private, independent establishments, all of which have their own pricing structure for treatment.

For this reason, we won’t be able to provide a price for your treatment until we have agreed upon a clinic for you to be referred to.

From that point on, we can provide full transparency in that regard, as well as free advice on how to finance your treatment, and how to make it more affordable.

Call us for free

If you want to start your referral assessment, or would just like some more information or advice for yourself or a loved one, please call us on 0800 140 4690.

All calls are free from United Kingdom landlines, and if you are unable to speak for any reason, we can arrange to call you back at a more convenient time.

 

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