At Rehab 4 Addiction, we can help you lay down the foundations for a brighter future when you require a stay in drug and alcohol rehab in Essex, including Harlow.
You can contact us at any time, day or night, to arrange the care and support that you need or if you have any queries about what to expect from rehab.
We have excellent relationships with a wide range of treatment providers that have the experience, expertise and resources needed to help you conquor your addiction.
Sadly, many people in Harlow are still experiencing problems with drug and alcohol misuse and are unable to find the help that they need via the NHS due to underfunding and lengthy waiting lists.
We can speed up the time it takes so you can start getting the help you require quickly.
Don’t suffer in silence if your drugs or drink are causing you substantial problems. When you call us, we will conduct a short assessment over the phone to get the information we need from you.
Once we have the details we require, we will be able to identify suitable treatment providers for your requirements. During your first day in rehab, a fully-qualified psychiatrist will assess you and your medical history to draw up an appropriate treatment programme built around your specific requirements.
Residential rehab allows you to stay in a safe, professional and comfortable environment away from the triggers that may cause you to use.
You will also have round-the-clock medical care to protect you if you experience withdrawal symptoms and side effects. Finding the right clinic can be tough when you don’t know where to start, but we have excellent knowledge of the sector and have links with high-quality clinics around the country and beyond.
Luxury facilities are available if you need them, though we can also help if you are on a more limited budget.
Sadly, your problem is only likely to worsen if you don’t get treatment now as addictions to drugs and alcohol are progressive disorders.
Your treatment providers will aim to uncover deep-seated causes for your drug or alcohol consumption to heighten the chances of you remaining sober once residential treatment comes to an end.