Rehab 4 Addiction

If you’ve found this page, it’s highly likely that you’re looking for advice on alcohol rehab in Edmonton. When looking down the vast cavern of addiction treatment, several big questions will most likely be playing on your mind, one of the most prominent being “when should I seek help?”. The answer to that one is as soon as you’ve acknowledged that you need it.

In 2020, the British Medical Journal reported that nearly 44,000 drug poisoning deaths had been registered in the previous year. That same text, written by Elisabeth Mahase, reported that two thirds of UK deaths in that year (2019) were related to drug misuse and that there had been a notable increase in drug misuse in the past 10 years.

If more people sought expert help, those statistics could plummet.

Finding treatment that suits your specific needs could be the key to recovery – there will be many options available to you, including specifically tailored rehab programmes, inpatient and outpatient treatment, detoxes and more.

Is there a rehab near me?

The answer to that is a simple “yes”. Rehab 4 Addiction’s London facility will most likely be the one you’ll be directed towards if you’re specifically searching for alcohol rehab in/near Edmonton, or any other kind of rehab.

First of all, we should note that this facility designed for those with moderate to severe alcohol dependency, so if you have less of a problem, it might not be for you. But it also has many features that could be highly beneficial to your recovery.

It’s private and secluded location, meaning you can safely and privately heal with the help of expert professionals and a highly personalised plan.

In addition, the site has a dining room/living area, an on-site gymnasium, a conservatory, a swimming pool and a large amount of garden space, encompassing a picnic area, a small fishing lake and horse riding stables. Finally, both the treatment and the residential areas are in the same building, allowing you to access everything you could need.

Should I go NHS or private?

This one is a bit more complex, as it will probably depend on your specific circumstances. On the one hand, the NHS has a lot of expertise and free at the point of use help available, which can be especially beneficial if you can’t afford to spend a lot on treatment.

On the other hand, if you go private, you’ll often be able to access more specialised help tailored to your personal circumstances at a much faster rate. It all just depends on you and what you need.


Speaking of prices/costs, this is another one that will differ depending on your choices, from which centre you choose to go to (if you go to a centre at all), to the length of the treatment recommended to you.

Speaking specifically about Rehab 4 Addiction, a 10-day detox with a single occupancy room will range from £3,000 to £6,000, whilst treatment of the same length with a multiple occupancy room will vary from £2,000 to £4,000. The longest inpatient programme Rehab 4 Addiction offers is 28 days, which comes to £8,000 to £12,000 for single occupancy and about £6,000 for multiple occupancies. Home detoxes cost less, typically coming to around £1,500.

Inpatient vs Outpatient: what’s the difference?

One of the biggest distinctions to make when deciding which path is best for you is whether you’re more suited to inpatient or outpatient treatment. To put it simply, inpatient treatment involves a stay at a residential facility, whilst outpatient treatment takes place at home.

Inpatient treatment paths generally suit more severe issues, as you’re living in an environment where you can get help and where you’re not surrounded by temptation. For people whose issues are less intense, it may be beneficial to stay in a familiar home environment. All the costs we listed above may also factor into your final decision.

Other things to consider

Before we wrap up, let’s cover a few more minute things you might need to consider. There are of course many different types of treatment to choose from, which will all have differing effects.

One of the most common treatments is medical detox, which cleanses your body of whatever you’re addicted to. This is often done with the help of drugs and the support of staff in a residential rehab facility, but it can also be done at home.

Other common paths include:

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (abbreviated to CBT) – A form of therapy focused on changing cognitive behaviours and distortions.
  • Talking therapy – Psychological therapy where you simply talk to a therapist, as the name would suggest
  • Counselling – More informal and less specified than therapy, counselling can also be a good option
  • Workshops on addiction and health, which can help you work through your issues.

If you contact Rehab 4 Addiction, we’ll be able to discuss your specific situation and help you create a more specific plan.

If you are ready to recover, feel free to reach out to our team. Call Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690 or fill in the enquiry form.

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