Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Epworth

If you’re living in the Epworth area and struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction, you might be wondering if there is anywhere locally that you can turn for help.

The good news is, here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we have a network of partnered drug and alcohol rehabilitation facilities, both in Epworth and across the wider UK.

We can help you to determine which type of addiction treatment is right for you, and then find a reputable facility that provides that service locally.

As many of our own team of addiction recovery experts are themselves, in recovery, they have the first-hand experience of the full addiction recovery process and are well placed to help you with any concerns.

We can provide advice about symptoms, signs and the risks involved with drug and alcohol addiction, as well as how to address them.

The Rehab 4 Addiction team are available at any time, day or night on 0800 140 4690, or you can also request a callback through our contact form. All calls are free of charge and completely confidential.

Reach out today and begin your journey towards a drug and alcohol-free existence.

Finding Drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres in Epworth

If it’s your first time seeking professional help for your addiction, it can be overwhelming finding a trustworthy centre located in the ideal place for you. Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we intend to make finding the right rehab services as easy as possible.

A short assessment will help us to determine the severity of your addiction, which will then allow us to make recommendations for the best type of treatment. Addiction is a personal experience that is different for everyone, so it’s important to ensure that your treatment is matched to your need.

Many people will choose the convenience of recovering locally, and you can do so in Epworth, if that is your preference. Due to the stigma that is still, unfortunately, attached to drug and alcohol addiction, however, you may feel more comfortable travelling elsewhere in the UK.

Wherever you choose to recover, we can refer you to a top addiction recovery facility in the location of your choice. We only partner with those who offer high standards of care, and all are regulated by the Care Quality Commission.

You can begin your journey to a sober and valuable future today, simply contact us on 0800 140 4690, or ask for a callback via our web contact page.

All calls are completely confidential, free of charge and you are under no obligation.

What will my rehab programme entail?

Those with established drug or alcohol addiction will often be recommended private residential rehab, as this has been proven to offer the best possible chance of recovery for those with moderate to severe addiction problems.

You will receive a tailored programme, which is designed by doctors who specialise in the field of drug and alcohol addiction recovery.

The vast majority of rehab programmes will commence with a full detox, which is essential in diminishing the connection substances have with both the body and the mind.

The methods used in professional clinical detox are designed to minimise the severity of your withdrawal symptoms. Any breakthrough symptoms can be further controlled with the use of prescription medication.

Detox through a professional rehab clinic offers the safest possible method of detoxing from drugs or alcohol, whereas going through detox independently is highly discouraged.

As well as being ineffective, independent detox is a potentially dangerous process, with life-threatening side effects. Having trained medical personnel nearby is strongly advisable whenever you are attempting to detox from substance abuse.

The mental health connection

Private residential rehab also offers you access to a plethora of modern psychotherapy treatments.

The exact types used will depend on your individual programme, however, their intention is to help you understand your addictive behaviours and <a< span=””> href=”https://www.rehab4addiction.co.uk/guides/10-most-common-addiction-triggers” data-mce-href=”https://www.rehab4addiction.co.uk/guides/10-most-common-addiction-triggers”>learn how to avoid triggering elements, replacing them with more positive habits.</a<>

This holistic approach to addiction treatment looks at the underlying causes in addition to the current issues that your addiction is causing you.

Unfortunately, those who go through detox without looking at the issues that triggered their substance use in the first place, are often doomed to repeat the addictive behaviours, if their mental health issues remain unresolved.

Any dual diagnoses picked up throughout the course of your psychological treatment will be referred on for additional support outside of rehab, if this is an issue that needs ongoing care.

Treatment sessions are tailored to your specific needs, however, the following therapy types are commonly used in addiction treatments:

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  • Dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT)
  • One to one counselling
  • Group and family-based therapies
  • Motivational therapy
  • Alternative therapies such as yoga, art, music and reiki

Aftercare services are also offered by each of our partners, with most programmes having at least a year of continued support beyond your discharge date.

This will consist of sessions that help you to maintain your sobriety in the long term.

The importance of acting fast

Once you’ve taken the brave choice to recover, a relatively small window exists before your addiction begins to diminish your desire to recover. Unlike publicly funded rehab spaces, private rehab offers a significantly shorter wait, with some facilities able to offer same-day admission.

Whilst private rehab is often thought of as something for celebrities, it’s actually more affordable than many people realise. Some of our partners even offer payment plans, so don’t be afraid to ask for financial help if you need it.

Addiction is a progressive disease and your side effects will increase over time. Drugs and alcohol are very damaging when used in excess and can result in both mental and physical health issues, such as depression, heart disease and liver failure.

It can also become increasingly difficult to maintain both romantic and family relationships when you are addicted to drugs or alcohol. It can also impede your inability to meet your work responsibilities, often leading to job loss.

Get in touch with Addiction 4 Rehab today

When you’ve made the bold choice to attempt recovery, ensure you receive the help that you need to succeed by reaching out to Rehab 4 Addiction today.

We can provide you with a fast track referral service, which means that in some cases, you can begin rehab within days.

Call now on 690″>0800 140 4690. All calls are entirely free and confidential. We can help you to avoid any delays in your treatment.

<p>We don’t need a GP referral, just your commitment to your own recovery. Give yourself the best chance for a sober and enjoyable future!

 

 

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