Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Frimley

Are you concerned about your level of drug or alcohol use, but unsure whether or not you have developed an addiction? Or have you arrived at a point where you are willing to seek help, but don’t know where to start? Either way, Rehab 4 Addiction is here to help you.

As well as providing expert information and advice, our main service is arranging rehab placements for thousands of people across the country.

We have been operating since 2012, and in that time have built an unmatched network of contacts within the many private rehab facilities of the UK.

We use this network to get our service users the best possible care at whichever rehab centre is the best fit for them.

All rehabs are slightly different, which is why we have the process in place of assessing people over the telephone, in order to make the right decision.

During a fairly brief conversation, we will aim to find out more about your circumstances, any challenges you are facing, and generally what makes you tick.

We can then cross-reference this with our extensive knowledge of rehab facilities in order to make an informed decision on your care. We also provide total transparency over pricing, timeframe, and all other related issues.

Call us on 0800 140 4690 to get your assessment underway, or read on for more information about the process.

Reaching out for professional help

It can be very difficult for a person to swallow their pride and admit that they need help. This is the case in many parts of life, but particularly when it comes to addiction.

Going to rehab or seeking other recovery treatment is a big step, and can be so daunting as a concept that some people may prefer to stay in denial about their drug or alcohol use.

Many people may struggle on in silence for years, believing that their problem will eventually subside. However, without professional assistance, recovery is very unlikely.

There is no shame in reaching out for help with addiction, and that is why our organisation exists – to help you navigate those difficult first steps to recovery.

How we can help you to recover

Rehab is the most effective form of treatment for addiction, due to the comprehensive, intensive, multi-faceted approach that it takes. We make it as easy as possible for people who need help to get into an appropriate rehab near them.

We do this by conducting a specialised assessment, in order to find out more about you and your substance abuse issues, and then making a decision on the right rehab for you, based on that information.

We can provide information and advice for free once you call us – you do not have to commit to enrolling at any rehab until you are fully ready to proceed.

Before you do that, we will be able to tell you the price of treatment, where the centre is, how long you will need to be away from home, etc.

What to expect at rehab

Rehab features a wide array of treatments, involving both individual and group approaches to therapy.

It is likely that you will go through some form of individual counselling, along with cognitive behavioural therapy, and possibly psychotherapy.

You will also be encouraged to take part in the in-house group therapy sessions, which can be a great opportunity to gain a new perspective on addiction, as well as sharing your challenges with others in the same boat as you.

You will have the best possible chance to get to the root of your addiction problems and explore the issues that may have driven you to substance abuse, to begin with.

Before advancing through this treatment programme, you will need to get clean by going through a properly supervised detox, which can all be done in-house.

You will be under the care of experienced professionals, who will help you to manage your detox effectively, along with any unpleasant withdrawal issues that may crop up.

This may include things like nausea, muscle pain, insomnia, or other such acute symptoms.

These symptoms can be challenging, but they will soon pass, and you will be able to go through your treatment with a healthier body and a sober mind.

Once you have been through the bulk of your treatment course, you will turn your focus to planning for staying in recovery after you leave the facility.

This will involve the creation of a personal relapse prevention plan, with the help of one of the teams of professionals on-site.

You may identify areas or people to stay away from, for example, if they are potentially harmful to your recovery chances.

You will also probably be advised to attend some kind of ongoing counselling or group therapy meetings, in order to pre-empt your addiction and avoid the risk of slipping back into harmful behaviours.

Get addiction help near Frimley today

We understand that the idea of going to rehab is a big decision to make, for anyone.

If you have any more questions about rehab, however general or specific they might be, our team are available to talk for as long as you would like.

Call us free on 0800 140 4690 for more information, and whenever you are ready, we can begin your assessment and get you the help that you need.

Rehab will be hard work, but if you follow the programme, and approach the process with the right attitude, it may just be the best thing that you ever did.

 

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