Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Garstang

Every year, many individuals suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction will attempt to rid themselves of this disorder at home, without the guidance or assistance of professionals.

Often times this will be done out of fear of what happens behind closed doors in rehab, or to save money, or to avoid the shame and embarrassment that can come with reaching out for help.

These DIY recoveries can be extremely risky; at home, detoxes can be performed improperly, friends and family can back out of their responsibility to help and leave you vulnerable and alone.

This means withdrawing can be much more difficult than anticipated, unwanted relapses can occur, and irreversible damage can be inflicted on your body and brain.

But it doesn’t have to be this way.

With Rehab 4 Addiction, reaching out, seeking treatment and getting placed in a suitable drug and alcohol rehab has never been easier.

We take over the hard part of searching for the right treatment facilities and methods for you and work quickly to match your needs to that of the perfect local drug and alcohol rehab in Garstang.

We also do this in an understanding and 100% judgment-free environment, where you can feel safe discussing your addiction, and any financial concerns you may have.

To learn more about what we can do for you, call us today on 0800 140 4690, or fill in our online form to receive a callback.

What treatments will I receive?

Every client is different, and so too is every addiction. For this reason, no two treatment plans will ever be identical.

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we want our clients to receive the best treatment possible – treatment that has been specifically designed for them.

This is why we create personalised and bespoke treatment plans for every individual we work with, but how do we do this? And what kind of treatments should you expect?

We create these treatment plans with the help of years of experience, and two simple assessments of you and your addiction.

The first of these assessments will likely take place over the phone and will cover topics such as:

  • The general severity of your addiction,
  • The substance or multiple substances you have been using,
  • How long you have been using for,
  • The method of abuse (injecting, smoking, snorting, etc.),
  • And if you have any history of addiction within your family.

This information will help us realise what your needs for treatment are, so we can get to work narrowing down the pool of treatment facilities that we work with, to find which ones will be suitable for you.

The secondary assessment will take place as you enter the rehab that you have chosen from our suggestions.

This evaluation will be performed by a doctor and will delve deeper into the impacts of your addiction by assessing your mental and physical health.

These results will allow us to further understand your needs and what treatments will be most beneficial to you.

After these assessments, it will be time to embark on the rest of your recovery journey accompanied by your new tailored treatment plan.

Though we cannot at this time tell you exactly which treatments you should expect, the most common forms of treatment include:

It is likely that you will take part in multiple forms of treatment that will combine to cover all aspects of addiction and recovery, to ensure you are receiving well-rounded and thorough treatment.

The importance of following a bespoke treatment plan is obvious.

Rather than experiencing a multitude of treatments that may or may not be effective and hope that you will benefit from them as others have, you instead only participate in treatment that is matched perfectly to your needs.

This means you may end up receiving treatment that other clients have not been successful with, but that you excel in.

Treating addictions this way is a lot more efficient and also gives our clients a higher chance of reaching a successful and long-lasting recovery.

How much does rehabilitation cost?

It is understandable that cost may be a big factor when searching for and deciding on treatment for your addiction.

Throughout the years, however, more and more people have opted for risky at home recoveries or simply no treatment at all for fear that professional help in places such as a drug and alcohol rehab in Garstang will be too expensive.

We don’t want this to be the case for any of our clients, or anyone out there battling an addiction – you are worthy of treatment no matter your circumstances, and that includes your finances.

We also understand how money can be a sensitive topic.

Because of this, we strive to make Rehab 4 Addiction a safe, judgement-free zone where you can feel comfortable discussing your concerns or worries about your financial situation in regard to treatment.

We are usually able to work around financial concerns and still provide our clients with suitable advice, information, guidance, and treatment, so do not hesitate to reach out.

How long will I be in rehab?

As mentioned previously, each client will experience rehab very differently due to the varying treatment plans and differences between each individual’s circumstances and addictions.

Because of this, there is no set amount of time that you will be in rehab for, although the average time for a rehabilitation programme in a drug and alcohol rehab in Garstang is around 28 days.

There is no shame if you are someone who requires slightly longer in rehab than this average, as it is usually decided by the aforementioned assessments, and also many factors of you and your addiction that are now out of your control, such as:

  • Family history
  • The substances you have used
  • And the method of your abuse.

Similarly, if you are someone who is able to leave rehabilitation before 28 days, it is no excuse to be lax when it comes to aftercare.

A full recovery is possible in both of these situations, but we recommend focusing not on the ‘finish line’ of rehab, but instead on the journey, and the progress you make along the way.

This can motivate you to continue on your road to recovery and to keep improving and learning.

 

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