If you live in Henley-in-Arden and are looking to recover from a drug or alcohol addiction then you’ve come to the right place. Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we offer advice, support and referral services to addiction treatment facilities both in your area and beyond.
We understand that seeking support for your illness can be intimidating; however, you’ll find our first-hand experience with both addiction and rehabilitation treatment to be comforting and reassuring.
Below we have responded to some of the most frequently asked questions in the area of finding and attending drug and alcohol-related rehabilitation treatments.
Whether you would prefer to recover locally in Henley in Arden or further afield, we have a network of reputable addiction recovery treatment services that we can recommend
At Rehab 4 Addiction we can help you to source the help that you need right away, call today on 0800 140 4690, or request a callback through our contact form.
All calls are free and completely confidential.
Some people will prefer to recover in the comfort of their local area, however, some will see the benefit in further removing themselves from their daily routine and environment and seeking professional addiction treatment services somewhere else.
Both of these options offer benefits so it will depend on your individual circumstances and preference.
If you choose to recover in Henley-in-Arden, you will benefit from the convenience of staying local to your relatives and community. There will be no need for too much travel to the initial rehab stay, and aftercare services will be easier to maintain if there is no need to travel to reach them.
You will also have the benefits of maintaining relationships with both staff at the local rehab centre and a potential support network of fellow attendees of the rehab programme you attended.
On the other hand, some people feel that the benefits of recovering away from home are greater; for example isolation, the ability to remain anonymous and the immersive feel of unfamiliar environments.
The type of rehabilitation program that you choose is the most important factor in deciding where to recover. Addiction is a personal experience and it’s important that your recovery treatment reflects the needs of your experience.
For some individuals, it will be possible to achieve recovery or some benefits through the use of outpatient rehab clinics or community-based treatment programs.
Most people struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction however will be recommended residential rehab as this provides the highest success rates for this type of addiction particularly if your illness is at a moderate to an advanced stage.
Outpatient rehab can be difficult to manage when in the throes of an addiction problem as it requires a strong degree of self-control and the ability to maintain a routine.
Residential rehab, on the other hand, does not require you to keep a personal schedule; you will have an intensive and comprehensive treatment program, which will be monitored by professional medical staff.
We can recommend Henley in Arden based partner rehab clinic, where all of your immediate needs will be met including a private room, leisure facilities and a nutritionally balanced meal plan.
The main purpose of residential rehab is to reach sobriety and learn how to maintain your newly found existence without the use of drugs and alcohol.
This will be tackled through the use of both physical and psychological treatments in tandem which offers you the greatest chance of achieving a successful recovery.
Whilst you will need to undergo full detox, medically assisted detoxification via a professional rehab facility offers you the safest and most comfortable version of drug and alcohol detox. It is strongly advised that attempts to recover independently are not made, as this comes with particularly high risks and can potentially be fatal.
As a part of your residential rehab program, your detox will be monitored constantly by trained medical staff to ensure your safety, and they will administer prescribed medication where possible to help with the withdrawal symptoms that you may experience.
Once you have achieved sobriety a range of modern psychotherapy treatments will be used to diminish the mental connections that have formed between yourself and your chosen substances.
This will include one-to-one counselling with specialist addiction treatment counsellors as well as a variety of therapy sessions such as cognitive behavioural therapy, motivational therapy, group therapy and alternative therapy classes.
The intention here is that you will be able to let go of addictive behaviours and develop new healthy behaviours, that help you maintain your sobriety in the long term.
As it is not possible to cure an addiction once you have recovered, you will need to work towards its maintenance.
Whilst this may seem intimidating at first, it will grow easier with time and you will have access to ongoing treatment in the form of aftercare services for at least a year post-rehab.
You will be encouraged to attend local Henley-in-Arden based drug and alcohol abstinence groups which will help you maintain motivation towards your continued recovery.
One of the major stumbling blocks for those looking to recover from drug and alcohol addictions is accessing professional help in a short time scale.
Addiction is an inherently defensive disorder, meaning that the longer your addiction is present, the less likely your desire will remain to recover.
Unfortunately due to the length of NHS waiting lists, this means that many people lose their motivation for recovery, whilst awaiting treatment.
Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we can ensure that you access the help that you need quickly and efficiently. After a short assessment, we will be able to recommend a treatment program and a provider to suit your needs, whether that be in Henley-in-Arden or elsewhere, and establish an admission date within days.
Contact us today on 0800 140 4690, or ask for a callback via our web contact page.
All calls to this number are completely confidential, free of charge and you are under no obligation.