Rehab 4 Addiction

There are plenty of treatment options for drug and alcohol addiction in the Eden area. Whether you decide to have a home detox, complete an outpatient programme, or attend residential rehab for 28 days, we will find the right treatment for you in Eden.

With the overwhelming amount of referral services that exist, you may be wondering why you should seek help with Rehab 4 Addiction.

Firstly, waiting times hardly exist with Rehab 4 Addiction. As soon as you reach out and ask for help, we begin to research treatment centres in and around Eden.

When we find the right one, we put you in contact with the team at the centre and you are free to arrange your start date. This entire process can last a matter of days or months, which is unheard of in the NHS.

Secondly, we are selective with our drug and alcohol rehab facilities. When you seek treatment through Rehab 4 Addiction, you are guaranteed to be referred to a centre with excellent success rates and first-rate facilities.

How to Get Access to Treatment in Eden

If you are ready to discuss your treatment options, you can call us on 0800 140 4690. If you would feel more comfortable with us contacting you, simply fill out the contact form on our website and an advisor will reach out to you as soon as possible.

Your first conversation with an advisor is completely free. You will be encouraged to talk about your addiction, your physical and mental health, and your preferences for treatment.

We recommend inpatient treatment (residential rehab) to most people as it provides the strict routine that is necessary for sustainable recovery. However, if you suffer from a mild addiction, a home detox or outpatient programme could potentially work for you.

If you decide to attend rehab, we will begin extensive research on facilities in Eden. Throughout this process, we will be considering your preferences such as location, treatment options, cost, and facilities. Ultimately, the choice is yours.

What Happens at Residential Rehab in Eden?

When you enter rehab for your 28-day stay, there are a few milestones you are expected to pass. This is the same in every treatment centre in Eden.

Firstly, a detox is carried out according to NICE guidelines. Harmful substances are removed from your body in order to treat the physical aspect of your addiction. Often, this leads to strong cravings, nausea, and headaches, which is why it’s so important to detox in a safe, secure setting rather than attempting to do it alone.

Next, you will have therapy sessions. If you have not had therapy before, it’s nothing to worry about. You will talk about your past, your experiences with addiction, and discuss healthy ways to deal with addiction.

Each type of therapy is very unique so we cannot tell you exactly what your experience will be like. However, it is likely that you will experience some of the following: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Eye Movement and Desensitisation Therapy (EMDR), psychotherapy, art therapy, music therapy, talking therapy, and counselling.

At the end of rehab, you will work with staff to create an aftercare plan. This covers the 12 months after you leave rehab, which is proven to be the most vulnerable time for victims of drug and alcohol addiction. At this time, you will continue therapy at the treatment centre on a weekly basis (both group and individual).

You will have access to a helpline in case you need to reach out for extra support in challenging times. Staff will also encourage you to attend weekly support groups in Eden to keep recovery at the forefront of your mind. Many people choose to go to AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) meetings as it is a trusted organisation.

Why Should I Opt For Residential Rehab in Eden?

If you are struggling with a moderate or severe addiction, we strongly recommend residential rehab.

Your daily routine will be consistent which allows you to adapt to the intensity of rehab. You will wake up early, engage in therapy sessions throughout the day, have some leisure time, and go to sleep early ready to do it all again.

However, not every day will look exactly the same. Sometimes there are set days for family visits or family therapy, as well as educational workshops and motivational sessions.

The community formed in rehab is part of what keeps patients motivated to recover. When you join rehab and see countless people successfully complete treatment, it reminds you that you have the power to do the same. In group therapy sessions, you can share stories of breakthroughs that are incredibly inspiring for all involved.

When Should I Seek Treatment?

If addiction is affecting your life in any way, we urge you to seek treatment as soon as possible. Even if you are dealing with a mild problem, there is a risk that it will spiral out of control without professional intervention.

Before seeking treatment, it is important to carefully consider whether it is something you are ready for. Successful recovery has to be backed by a desire to abandon drugs and alcohol, otherwise you will inevitably relapse when you come out of rehab.

Treatment must be your choice and your choice alone; as much as family and friends may be concerned, they will not be the ones undergoing treatment and therefore it is not their decision.

If you are passionate about pursuing sobriety and leaving addiction behind, we would love to help. You can contact us at any time and we will advise you on treatment options. Equally, if you are concerned about a family member or friend, contact us for top-quality advice on how to support them through their addiction.

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