Rehab 4 Addiction

Are you a resident of the Falmouth area who is looking for help with their own addiction, or worried about the substance abuse of a loved one? We at Rehab 4 Addiction are here to help.

With an extensive network of contacts, we have the ability refer you to a rehab placement in Falmouth or the surrounding area, and to get you the help that you need as soon as possible.

Overcoming addiction is one of the hardest things that a person could ever do, and is also one of the greatest possible achievements. Whatever your specific addiction is, there is no doubt that achieving recovery will improve your life drastically, in every respect from health to finances to personal relationships.

Still, when in the earliest stages of the recovery process, it’s hard to know where to start with treatment, and the amount of options out there is pretty overwhelming.

Although there will definitely many addiction treatments out there that are cheaper and more convenient, there are none that provide as much value. This is because rehab covers every single aspect of recovery, from detox to therapy, to future planning, all within the same facility.

With a stay in residential rehab, you have the opportunity to get to the bottom of the issues that underlie your addictive behaviours and give yourself the best possible chance of achieving recovery for the long term.

Rehab 4 Addiction is here to make the process of getting into rehab as straightforward as possible. We refer service users to rehab facilities all across the UK, including right here in Falmouth.

If you’re ready to reach out for help, you can call us on 0800 140 4690 to speak to a friendly Rehab 4 Addiction advisor. They will be happy to answer any queries that you might have. Alternatively, read on to find out more about the process.

Rehab referral in Falmouth – how does it work?

The first step of any recovery journey is acknowledging that you have an addiction and that you need help to recover from it. Once you have achieved that mindset, you are ready to call us on 0800 140 4690, where you will be put through to one of our friendly advisors.

After telling you a bit more about the process, and answering any questions you might have, the advisor will then begin a personal assessment of you, whenever you’re ready.

This is our opportunity to get to know you a little better as a human being and to find out a little more about your addiction, and the effect it is having on your life. This might include asking you questions about when your addiction started, the impact it has had on your relationships, and other things of that nature.

We use this information to determine which of the facilities on our books would be the best fit for you, and then we can refer you as soon as possible.

This is something that is not widely understood about rehab – it is almost always tailored to the individual and their specific set of needs and goals.

All of those who suffer from addiction will have been driven to substance abuse by different circumstances or events, and their addiction will affect their lives in different ways.

With this in mind, it’s only right that we refer our service users to a rehab centre with a treatment profile that will cater to their needs.

Please note that at present, we only refer to private facilities. Rehab referral is available through the NHS, but the chances are you will have to join a lengthy waiting list.

We understand that the prospect of paying for rehab could be a concern to you – after all, patterns of substance abuse can often have a detrimental effect on an individual’s personal finances. However, if you are in a position to pay for private rehab, then you should – quite simply because the sooner you can get into rehab, the better.

What drug & alcohol rehab treatments will I go through in rehab?

Rehab will provide a number of different treatments, including group therapies as well as one-to-one counselling. There will also be mental health professionals on-site who will be able to provide specialise treatments for dual diagnosis patients – those who are suffering from addiction as well as one or more other chronic mental health issues.

You will also have the opportunity to undergo a medically supervised detox when you arrive at the facility – an essential part of any recovery from substance abuse.

Other sessions you will take on at rehab include things like stress management classes, where you will be provided with the psychological tools to endure stressful situations and ensure that those situations do not jeopardise your recovery or sobriety.

Your treatment plan will also include alternative therapies, such as meditative therapy, art therapy, and motivational therapy.

Aftercare is also a major feature of any recovery plan. As you approach the end of your time at rehab, you will be provided with a detailed relapse prevention plan, to give you the best possible chance of staying in recovery once you leave rehab.

Again, this will take the specifics of your circumstances into account. Completing a course of rehab is a great achievement, but it is still only the beginning of your new life in recovery.

Get help in Falmouth today

Whenever you’re ready to reach out for help, you can call us on 0800 140 4690 to speak with one of our friendly trained advisors. We hope that the information above was helpful, but if you have any more questions or concerns, our advisors will be happy to talk you through it.

When you’re satisfied, we can refer you to a rehab facility in Falmouth in Cornwall as soon as possible.

We understand that you may currently be in great pain and distress as a result of your addiction. Please know that, with rehab, it is always possible to recover. Call us today and start your journey to a better, healthier life, free from the misery of drug and alcohol abuse.


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