Rehab 4 Addiction

If you’re struggling with alcohol or drug-related addiction, please don’t feel that you are alone. Around half a million people in the UK are believed to suffer from addictions. Sadly, only a small amount of people reach out for support.

If not treated professionally drug and alcohol addiction can have fatal effects on your life. Addiction can affect many things in your life from relationships with loved ones as well as your career. You may not even recognise yourself as every aspect of your life changes.

One of the hardest things to do can be admitting you have a problem. At Rehab 4 Addiction we understand this is difficult. Those suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction are most often the very last people to realise they have a substance problem.

If you believe you are struggling with an addiction, it is imperative to seek help as soon as possible.

Do I have to attend residential rehab?

You may be wondering if you have to attend one of our clinics for the duration of your rehab treatment. We offer residential rehab to many prospective clients as it often results in the best progress and offers the best chances of successful recovery. This means that we will probably invite you to become an inpatient at one of our facilities.

Perhaps you are thinking that you have everything you need at home to recover including a support system of friends or loved ones. We advise you to live in one of our clinics as we can offer professional support and care 24/7.

As you begin detoxing you may experience withdrawal symptoms that can be much better managed under our care. If you decide to detox at home, you could be significantly more tempted to feed your addiction. This can be very dangerous hence why we advise you to detox at one of our programmes in the Manchester area.

Will I have to leave my local area for rehab?

There is often no need to travel far for rehab and we can offer excellent programmes at many centres across Golborne.

If you are ready to take the next steps in your recovery, we advise you to get in touch today. Finding a treatment centre that fulfils your needs can be difficult which is why we are here to provide support at all times. By giving us a call and providing us with a little more information about yourself we can help refer you to a treatment centre that is best suited to you on your road to recovery.

If you feel that you would prefer to attend rehab outside your local area this can also be arranged. By speaking to one of our helpline advisors we can arrange rehab treatment on your terms.

Many people seek rehab away from their local surroundings and by sourcing treatment further away you can make the active choice to start afresh away from any negative influences that may have caused an addiction to begin.

Am I ready for rehab?

Choosing to recover is a commitment. You must be willing and dedicated to see it through and choose recovery every day. Treatment will be hard but worth it.

We know there is no immediate cure for addiction but with your commitment, we can offer you support at all points during your recovery.

By getting in touch with us about your recovery we ask you to dedicate yourself to a new lifestyle away from drugs and alcohol. This can require many changes to your old routine but will ultimately result in the best life for you. Changing aspects of your lifestyle after treatment will result in a healthier routine for you and successful long-term recovery.

Have you started to think more about your addiction and the effects it has had on your life? Have you begun to realise that you want more from life? Do you wish to take back control and change for the better?

If your answers to the above questions are yes, it is more than likely you are ready to attend a rehab centre in Golborne and seek professional help for your addiction.

We can only help you when you begin to help yourself. If you doubt you would complete one of our treatment programmes and are unsure if you are ready to commit to rehab, then it may not be the right time for you to enter treatment.

However, your addiction still needs to be treated and we ask you to contact us urgently for us to help you. We can discuss when the right time for you to enter may be and what we can do to support you in the meantime.

I’m worried about my family when I enter rehab

This is a normal thought to have when considering treatment. You may find yourself feeling anxious about what will happen to your family when you enter rehab or are worrying about the effect your addiction has had on their lives.

At Rehab 4 Addiction we can offer support to your family as well as you. We can help your family through this troubling time by offering therapy and tools to help them upon your completion of treatment.

We also offer visitations at some facilities so your family can come and see you during your stay. We advise them to send cards and letters which can really help to encourage you on your road to recovery. You can also communicate over the telephone so try not to worry too much about them being far away.

I’m ready to reach out

If you believe you are ready to discuss your addiction, we advise you to call our helpline on 0800 140 4690. Together we can lay the groundwork for your recovery and discuss admittance into one of our Golborne facilities, upon a referral from our team.

Helping you find addiction rehab means your recovery can begin today. With the right attitude and commitment, your road to a substance-free life can be as smooth as possible.

 

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