Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Epping

At Rehab 4 Addiction we understand that recovering from an addiction can be challenging, no matter which form of treatment you decide on.

By choosing to recover you are choosing to better both your physical and mental health. The best way to recover is by seeking professional help through a rehab facility.

The thought of this may make you feel anxious but a lot of the anxiety surrounding rehab is due to misconceptions about residential facilities and what they offer to clients.

If you are committed to recovering and are passionate about seeing a change, professional support can offer you life-saving guidance and advice.

Many people like to think they can recover alone without the help of professionals, but this can significantly delay your road to recovery.

Once this fails most people attempt to seek help from free services offered by the NHS and whilst these services can be very helpful, they often come with long waiting lists.

For someone struggling with a severe addiction, there is no time to wait.

Don’t worsen your addiction, call Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690. The longer you struggle with your addiction the longer you will suffer the physical and psychological effects of it.

At Rehab 4 Addiction we recommend visiting a residential clinic in the Epping area that can help you overcome your addiction to drugs or alcohol.

Rehab can be a lifeline and can offer you invaluable skills and benefits during your time in treatment.

Don’t forget that you don’t have to go through any of this alone and our team can help you source the most suitable rehab clinic that fits your criteria.

You can kickstart this process today by contacting our team and beginning a pre-admission assessment.

Finding a rehab clinic in Epping

If you are dedicated to completing treatment in the most effective way, we recommend visiting a residential facility.

If you are struggling with both the physical and psychological effects of rehab this form of treatment is always encouraged.

However, if your addiction is mild you may be recommended outpatient treatment which sees you access treatment whilst living at home.

Residential rehab is the most effective form of rehab and has helped hundreds of thousands of people reach their goal of lifelong sobriety. At a residential facility, you will be expected to move away from home whilst you complete treatment.

This offers privacy and high levels of comfort with many clinics offering luxury amenities such as saunas and pools.

Rehab usually lasts around 28 days as this is deemed an appropriate length for clients to break down old habits in favour of forming new, healthier ones.

Because addiction is very complex, and each individual is affected differently it is very important you select the most suitable form of rehab rather than the most convenient for where you are right now.

Why should I seek professional support?

Attempting to recover from addiction alone can be very tough and can affect both your physical and mental health, as mentioned above.

The idea of withdrawing alone often sounds enticing to many people since you will most probably do it within your home environment and on your own.

This means there is no need for anyone else to become involved. Sadly, attempting to recover alone means you are putting yourself at risk of death and are more likely to relapse in the future.

Controlling your own withdrawal often means that you will more than likely decide to use drugs or alcohol again in the future.

It can also feel very disheartening so at Rehab 4 Addiction we advise all clients to steer clear from lone recovery attempts.

You may be wondering how outpatient treatment works when the client is expected to recover at home and how this is different to withdrawing alone.

Outpatient treatment, whilst centred around the home, is entirely different to lone recovery attempts due to the involvement of medical professionals.

You will be expected to attend your chosen clinic daily to begin a detox programme and therapy sessions. At no time will you be expected to go through anything alone.

Again, this form of treatment is only successful for those with mild addictions and if chosen by someone with a severe addiction can result in significantly reduced chances of achieving long-term sobriety.

Professional support like that offered by our team at Rehab 4 Addiction can ensure you receive the best quality treatment at all times and are not pressured into choosing a treatment option because it is advertised online as cheap or fast.

During your pre-admission assessment, our staff can determine what type of treatment we believe you would benefit from by taking into consideration your relationship to drugs and alcohol, your budget, and your goals for recovery.

All of this means that your programme will be tailored to your needs so that you can enter recovery as soon as possible.

Professional care also means that we can assist you during your transition to and from treatment.

Your clinic will also offer aftercare which ensures they stay in contact with you during the first twelve months of treatment.

Are you ready to finally say goodbye to drugs and alcohol?

If you believe that you are finally ready to end your relationship with drugs and alcohol, it’s time to contact our team. Our helpline operates 24/7 meaning there is never a wrong time to call.

Our staff offer confidential and judgement-free advice at all times so that you can quickly access the care you deserve.

We aim to help you feel reassured in your decisions at all times and can see you in an Epping rehab clinic as soon as we have processed your referral.

If you have been considering professional treatment for a while but keep finding yourself distracted, now is the time to seek help.

Rehab 4 Addiction promises to stand by your side during this tough time, as long as you are committed to treatment and are ready to enter a new life of sobriety.


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