Rehab 4 Addiction

One of the hardest tasks on the road to recovery from addiction is acceptance. We know that by finding our website, substance abuse is affecting either yourself or someone you know, and you’ve come to the right place.

Acknowledging the problem at hand and having the courage to reach out for help can be a struggle at times but at Rehab 4 Addiction in Havant, we understand these stresses.

We aim to alleviate the added pressure of finding the right treatment through professional tailored advice and steering you in the right direction. We are with you all the way.

Once you have recognised your affliction and are ready to make a change, understanding the root of the problem and resolving the deep-set issue is paramount for long-term recovery. Like others struggling with addiction, seeking advice and acting on recovery can be difficult due to denial.

Through our consultation and referral system, we can talk you through your symptoms and give you a better understanding of your problems. This way we can be on a level with you, where we both understand each other and can map out a pathway suitable to your own needs.

We understand that denial is a difficult step to overcome but once you have accepted your problem with drugs and alcohol, we’ll help you with tailored advice and services specific to your needs. There is no shame in reaching out for help and if you are here, you’re past the hardest hurdle. Now we’re ready to be with you along the rest of the way.

Overcoming Denial

Denial is a hard emotion to work through. Many people suffering from substance abuse or addiction can downplay their behaviours and avoid discussions concerning their overconsumption, which can also lead to broken relationships.

Believing your consumption is average or regular despite signs of overconsumption is a clear sign of denial. Many people who live with denial also believe that long-term recovery is impossible, but this is not the case.

Some people make the assumption that they may attend rehab and then instantly relapse. However, at Rehab 4 Addiction in Havant, we work through the root of the problem, insuring long-term recovery and relapse prevention.

We don’t want to just get you off the drugs or alcohol, we want to help you change your lifestyle for the better. This includes rebuilding confidence and social skills, working on employability and taking on responsibilities, and raising your self-esteem and will to avoid triggering situations.

Some people also believe that attending rehab for drugs or alcohol can have a negative effect on their family members. However, we believe that making that bold change can show courage and perseverance and even love for those around you. As your substance abuse may be affecting your relationships and family, we aim to help you be a better version of yourself.

You can overcome denial by looking inwardly, considering your actions and environments and opening up to those you trust. Aiming to discuss your drug or alcohol problem with a partner or family member is one of the first ways you can break down denial.

The sooner you acknowledge your drug or alcohol dependency, the easier it will become to make real changes in your life and the sooner you can benefit from the services we provide at our drug & alcohol rehab in Havant.

Seeking Help

Do you think you’re ready for help? Rehab 4 Addiction in Havant is ready to help you get on the pathway to a new life. By calling for a free and confidential consultation you can have a tailored experience from detoxification, to residential drug & alcohol rehabilitation.

We have a wide range of facilities including alternative therapies for those who may also be struggling with depression and anxiety as a result of substance abuse or addiction.

At Rehab 4 Addiction we know that not every option will work for you and during this consultation we will work on mapping out a tailored plan that suits your specific needs and withdrawal experience. We can narrow down your options and offer a handheld approach to tackling your addiction.

Treating Dual Diagnosis

Suffering from mental health issues is an unfortunate side effect of dealing with substance abuse or addiction.

At Rehab 4 Addiction in Havant, we understand that detoxification is not the end of the journey, we know that the deep-set problem can often be undiagnosed or ignored mental health conditions that have got you to that place or that have resulted because of your affliction.

A dual diagnosis is where a mental health condition has developed as a result of drug or alcohol dependency. Stemming from drug and alcohol abuse, present mental health conditions can sometimes go unnoticed and therefore untreated.

The major concern here is that each condition feeds into the other in a vicious cycle, where once advances the other. Depression or anxiety can influence higher consumption, and drug or alcohol abuse can progress mental health issues.

To break this cycle, we must diagnose the problems at hand and treat them side by side in our drug & alcohol rehab in Havant. However, we must verify these diagnoses before investing in rehabilitation, because without completing two standalone programmes, it is highly likely that both conditions can develop and therefore lower quality of life.

Available Treatments

At Rehab 4 Addiction we understand that addiction, recovery, and relapse prevention is different for everyone. That’s why we offer a tailored approach where we create programmes based on your individual need. We offer outpatient services as well as residential drug & alcohol rehab in Havant.

We have foundational treatments required to break down the strongest pillars of addiction as well as support groups and counselling options to work through the deeper aspects of the affliction. This foundational medical treatment can be offered as inpatient or outpatient options for detoxification.

Detoxification aims to eradicate the substance from the body biologically and will incur withdrawal symptoms. However, we have highly trained medical professionals on hand to prescribe medications for those suffering severely from the withdrawal process as well as offer psychological guidance during this period.

With inpatient options, we can ensure your health and safety are maintained as you go through this experience and prepare your body for a sober future. However, this is not possible if an outpatient option is preferred.

Alongside these medical treatments, we can offer psychological support as addiction is both a physical and mental illness. Therapy sessions are required to heal the mind from the attachment and work on a new outlook going forward.

We can also help with relapse prevention, recognising triggers and triggering environments, and rebuilding confidence in those with low self-esteem as a result of their problems with substances.

Combination treatment is the best way to combat drug & alcohol addiction and substance abuse, to ensure long-term recovery and relapse prevention. We want you to feel safe in the knowledge you’re in good hands and that we’re here every step of the way.

Confidential Consultations

If you feel ready to make a change in your life and get on the pathway to recovery all you need to do is give us five minutes of your time by phone call consultation.

Call us for free today on 0800 140 4690 and we’ll have a chat about your troubles and get you on the right route in no time.

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