Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Hampton

We at Rehab 4 Addiction are experts in recovery and addiction treatment, and we have links with hundreds of rehab facilities across the UK.

Crucially, we also have an in-depth knowledge of how these different centres operate, meaning that we can make informed decisions as to which location would be appropriate for any given person.

We do this by going through a telephone assessment with you, in which we ask some questions about your experience with addiction, and find out a bit more about your life circumstances in general.

Once we have a clearer picture of who you are as a person, we can make a recommendation on where to refer you, and get you in there as soon as possible.

We can help with all the practicalities of arranging a stay in rehab, from answering questions on the treatment process to providing advice on arranging care for your dependents while you are in treatment.

Call us on 0800 140 4690 to begin your assessment, and we can proceed at your own preferred pace.

The advantages of rehab

Rehab offers the best quality of treatment, for every part of addiction, in a safe and secure environment that is devoted to your recovery. There is nowhere else where you can access the same standard of care within the same timeframe.

Over the course of about a month, you will be able to get sober, get into treatment, and put together a detailed plan for staying in recovery once you leave. Rehab is not easy, but you will come out the other side healthier, happier, and with a bright future ahead.

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we refer to private rehabs only. This means that you will be able to receive your treatment almost immediately, without having to deal with the hassle of being on a waiting list.

Once we have gone through your assessment on the phone, we will be able to identify a facility within the wider Hampton area that would be appropriate for you.

From there, we can tell you exactly how much your treatment will cost, with no hidden charges. We treat all information that you give us with strict confidence.

Recovery and mental health

Most people who are in addiction also suffer from some other form of ongoing mental illness, such as anxiety, depression, or obsessive-compulsive disorder.

It may be that these issues drove the person to addiction, to begin with, or that those issues are making the addiction much more difficult to deal with now.

Either way, this is something that rehab can help with. On-site you will have access to a range of mental health professionals, from counsellors to psychiatrists and other specialists.

These experts will be able to help you make sense of your mental health issues, and work towards managing them effectively, without the need to resort to substance abuse and intoxication.

You will also receive intensive education on various aspects of mental health, from addiction awareness to stress management and relapse, prevention classes.

You will leave rehab with a much better understanding of addiction, which will stand you in good stead for dealing with your own addiction going forward.

Detox at rehab in Hampton

Rehab also provides the ability to go through detox in a safe and effective manner, supervised by medical professionals. This will be an essential part of your rehab journey if you are still using drugs or drinking.

Your detox process will be managed carefully once you arrive, with the likelihood that you will decrease your intake over a number of days, rather than stopping instantly.

Please do not attempt to detox by yourself before you arrive at rehab – this is very dangerous and can be fatal in some cases. Let the professionals manage your detox at rehab instead.

Committing to rehab

The rewards of rehab are immeasurable, providing you with the opportunity of having a life free of substance abuse and all the self-destruction that comes with it.

Rehab is a golden opportunity to achieve this, but it will only work out that way if you are fully committed to the process.

The first step of this is acknowledging that you have an addiction, to begin with – for some people, this can take a long time, perhaps years or even decades. The sooner you come to that realisation, the better because that’s when the healing can begin.

Once you have reached a point where you’re ready to accept this, you can reach out to us on 0800 140 4690 and begin your initial assessment.

We will be able to refer you to an appropriate facility as soon as possible, and then your treatment can begin. Again, this requires a great amount of commitment to the treatment programme, and trust that if you stick to it, you can achieve recovery.

There may be some therapies or exercises in your treatment plan that you are not familiar with, or are perhaps dubious about.

This is perfectly normal, and the professionals at the rehab centre will be happy to talk you through each one and explain how it can benefit you.

The most important thing is that you try your best, and commit to turning your life around through rehab.

Call Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690 to take your first steps into recovery. No matter how long you have been struggling with addiction, a healthier, brighter future is always possible.

 

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