Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Hebden Bridge

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we can provide you access to a range of reputable partner drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres, both in and around the Hebden Bridge area, and across the broader UK.

Our aim is to determine which type of recovery programme is best suited to your individual experience of addiction.

We are a team of drug and alcohol addiction recovery advocates, many of whom are in recovery themselves, so you will receive no judgement here.

Whether you’re looking for advice about your symptoms, how to go about finding a treatment centre, or what the treatment involves, we’re here to help you’.

You can get in touch with the team here at Rehab 4 Addiction any time on 0800 140 4690, or request a callback through our contact form.

All calls are free of charge and completely confidential. Reach out today and begin your journey towards a drug and alcohol-free existence.

How to source a reputable drug and alcohol addiction treatment centre in Hebden Bridge

If you’ve made the choice to recover from your addiction problem, then you’re on the right path already, however, it can be difficult to know where to start, particularly if it’s your first time considering professional help.

That’s where we come in! Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we have a team of experienced addiction recovery specialists, who will be able to point you in the right direction.

Whether you choose to recover locally in Hebden Bridge, the surrounding area, or elsewhere in the UK, we can provide you with a referral service to some of the top addiction recovery services in the country.

All of our partners are pre-approved by us for quality and are also strictly regulated by the Care Quality Commission.

Begin your journey to a life of sobriety today, contact us on 0800 140 4690, or ask for a callback via our web contact page.

All calls are completely confidential, free of charge and you are under no obligation.

Is detox an essential part of the rehab programme?

Although often an unwelcome part of rehab, detox is essential in helping addicts to diminish the control that substances have over them and develop abstinence.

Whilst detoxing is by no means a comfortable process to endure, when carried out at one of our partner facilities, it can be managed by an experienced team of medical professionals.

Those supporting your detox will be able to use methods that minimise the severity of your withdrawal symptoms and prescription medication to further control your symptoms.

The other benefit of undergoing detox within a professional rehab clinic is that this is the safest possible method of detoxing.

Whilst essential, detox is a potentially dangerous process, which can cause life-threatening side effects when it is not applied correctly and carefully monitored.

For this reason, we would not recommend that anyone attempts an independent recovery.

Psychological support and recovery

Once you have fully detoxed, you will be ready to begin the next part of your recovery journey, which involves looking at the mind’s connection to your chosen substances.

A wide range of modern therapy treatments will be used to help you begin to understand the reason behind your addiction and to unlearn the addictive behaviours that have become a part of your daily life and replace them with more positive habits.

Treatments are tailored to your specific needs, however, it’s common to have access to therapies such as:

  • One to one psychology session
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT)
  • Group and family-based therapies
  • Alternative therapies such as yoga, art, music and reiki

You will develop coping mechanisms and learn how to overcome your triggers, in order that you can maintain your sobriety when you leave rehab.

The environment is designed to be relaxing and allow you full focus on your recovery. You often have access to leisure activities and the opportunity to socialise with others in the programme.

What happens if my addiction is left untreated?

Once you’ve determined that you are struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction and have made the brave choice to tackle that issue, it’s important that you follow through quickly.

There is a small window for most who choose to recover before they change their mind, as the addiction will eventually diminish your desire to recover.

Many of those with drug and alcohol addictions are unfortunately victims of this loss of desire to recover as a result of waiting on long waiting lists for publicly funded rehab places.

Private rehab is actually way more affordable than many people realise, with many centres offering payment plans, so don’t let time be a barrier to your recovery.

Of course, left untreated, addictions will continue to increase in severity. Addiction is a progressive disease that will become more consuming over time.

Symptoms and side effects will also increase, and recovery will become more arduous. If you’re still unsure, think about the three areas of your life, and how they will be affected, should you decide not to attempt to recover.

Health

Health is an important consideration when it comes to drug and alcohol addiction. Drugs and alcohol are both very damaging to the mind and body, particularly when used in excess and over long durations.

Both mental and physical health can be affected, with common issues being depression, anxiety and paranoia, and heart disease, liver failure and physical disabilities, respectively.

Relationships

Addiction is not an isolated disease, and will inevitably affect those around you, particularly your loved ones.

It can become increasingly difficult to maintain both romantic and family relationships when you are addicted to drugs and/or alcohol, as substance use is often prioritised when an addiction is present.

Families and friends can often feel helpless when loved ones are struggling with addictions. They will see the changes in you, both physically and in terms of your personality, which will be painful for them to endure.

Those who are brave enough to confront their loved ones about addiction problems are often met with hostility, which can further the gap between you.

If your friends and family members raise concerns over your substance use, try to remember that it comes from a place of love and concern.

This can also be a substantial sign that it’s time for you to consider professional help, as the concern is usually well-founded. A strong support network can be hugely beneficial in helping you to overcome your addiction, don’t push yours away.

Career and future

Those with long-standing addictions often find it difficult to maintain responsibilities. As a significant life responsibility, your job can be hugely impacted by addictive behaviours.

Either your inability to meet your duties, due to inebriation or withdrawal symptoms will make you less attractive as an employee, or your workplace may have a rule against substance use.

It’s perfectly possible to put your career on hold whilst you recover and pick up where you left off once you are sober.

Reach out to Rehab 4 Addiction today and help preserve your future. We’re here to talk on 0800 140 4690.

 

 

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