Rehab 4 Addiction

Over half a million people are dependent on alcohol in England right now. Unfortunately, studies show that less than 20% of those individuals suffering from addiction are receiving any form of treatment for their illness.

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we can help you become one of the lucky few that will reach a full recovery from a drug or alcohol addiction.

We aim to offer our help to everyone struggling to cope with substance abuse or addiction, so if someone you know would also benefit from a drug or alcohol rehab, do not hesitate to seek help on their behalf.

With our help, you or your loved one could be placed in a rehabilitation centre or outpatient clinic in Frome in Somerset, and receive treatment that suits your needs.

When to seek treatment

Some people may be in denial about their problem with drink or drugs, and this could lead to their addiction or abuse only getting worse. To save you from the lasting effects of drugs and alcohol, we recommend you seek professional and medical help as soon as you suspect you may be suffering.

The earlier we catch an addiction, the easier it usually is to deal with, and the quicker recovery can be reached. If left unchecked, drugs and alcohol can wreak havoc on your mind and body, and lead to long term side effects such as a higher risk of blood clots, heart attacks and strokes.

To ensure you seek help as early as possible, here are some signs that it may be time for you to visit a rehab centre in Frome, regardless of whether you believe your condition is bad enough to warrant treatment or not.

  • Despite many previous attempts to abstain from drugs or alcohol, you have been unable to quit
  • Your tolerance for the specific substance you use has increased significantly and continues to do so with each use
  • Social gatherings or events that you used to partake in no longer seem enjoyable
  • You know of the health risks of continuing to use the substance, but you do so anyway
  • You find yourself thinking of using the substance all the time
  • Thinking of the substance, or using the substance, is interfering with your daily life
  • The substance has effected personal relationships with partners, colleagues, friends or family
  • You have noticed significant physical changes in yourself, such as losing weight
  • Your appetite or sleeping pattern has changed drastically
  • You find yourself to be more irritable, on-edge or easily agitated than usual, but especially when detached from the substance for a short period of time
  • You have lied to loved ones about your substance use
  • You have a stash of the substance in a secret place

If you recognise any of these signs in yourself, we recommend seeking help with Rehab 4 Addiction immediately.

Please call  0800 140 4690 to begin the process of recovery.

Your treatment options

When you contact our admissions team you will be advised on all the possible options for your rehabilitation. Each client’s case is unique to them, and yours is no different.

You will be assessed before we take any action with your treatment plan, to ensure you are placed in the appropriate rehab centre, and receive the best course of treatment according to your needs.

Our team will take you through each option with you, with the main routes being:

  1. Residential treatment

By far our most recommended source of treatment, residential rehab in Frome would mean a full detachment from your home environment. With this option, you would live for the duration of your treatment, in our safe and welcoming treatment centre.

You would receive 24/7 care from our excellent team of medical staff and therapists, and all your treatment, plus any therapy or counselling sessions you may attend will be all under the one roof.

This form of treatment is the one that harvests the highest success rate for patients. Although it is the option that requires a higher investment of time and money, it is well worth the effort if you wish to make a permanent recovery.

  1. Outpatient treatment

Outpatient treatment is usually combined with some form of home detox, and requires the patient to detox from home but still receive therapies or further treatments at the clinic during the day. This option is tricky, and its success depends entirely on you.

Because you would not be removed from possible triggers of your home environment, early relapse is possible if you do not possess the strength and will power to abstain from drugs or alcohol. Because of this, it is always recommended as the second option to residential rehab.

There is no shame if outpatient treatment does not work for you, some people thrive when having to look after themselves, and some people require more assistance – both have the capabilities to recover from an addiction or abuse problem.

  1. Home detox

The least recommended option for recovering patients is a ‘DIY’ home detox. With this treatment, you would detox yourself at home, usually with the aid of some form of medication that eases the withdrawal symptoms.

Some patients have great networks of family and friends that can pitch in to help with this option, but unfortunately, that is obviously not the case for everyone.

If you have no one that would be willing to help you during this challenging time, your addiction is particularly severe, or the substance you use is an opioid, this option is inadvisable due to the dangers of performing it alone, and the risk of coma or even death from sudden withdrawal from the substance.

After rehab

Understandably, you may be worried about what happens after you no longer need to stay in rehab.

During your stay, we make sure to equip you with all the necessary knowledge and coping techniques to return to your life back home, and depending on your condition, we may suggest weekly visits to the clinic, so we can monitor your progress or provide additional support.

Our 24/7 helpline will be also available to you for whatever help you may need.

If you wish to take this brave step and admit yourself to a drug and alcohol rehab in Frome, please do not hesitate to call us on  0800 140 4690, and we can help get you on the road to recovery.

 

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