Rehab 4 Addiction

Are you struggling with withdrawals while trying to take a break from drugs or alcohol? Are your cravings getting out of control and causing you to neglect your own health? Do you need help overcoming substance abuse?

If you answered yes to any of those questions then finding a rehabilitation centre may be for you. If you’re based in the Hertsmere area and interested in getting help then it may be time to give us a call.

At Rehab 4 Addiction, our qualified team will find the best possible rehabilitation centre for you. We take your individual needs into account and offer a bespoke service of the highest quality in order to help your recovery.

We partner with some of the best rehab centres in the country and aim to do everything we can to help you on your journey to sobriety.

Finding treatment

In order to find the ideal rehabilitation centre first, we need to get to know you. Specifically, we need to complete an assessment in order to best understand your needs. We then use this information to refer you to a centre that is the most capable of providing care for you.

There are a number of options available when it comes to overcoming substance abuse. It can be overwhelming to find what works best for you. That is where Rehab 4 Addiction comes in.

We will take the time to find the perfect rehabilitation centre in Hertsmere so you can focus on the recovery.

The treatment

There are multiple treatments available and every rehabilitation centre tends to offer different options. However, most will include some form of detox and therapy to support you while staying there.

They will also offer an aftercare treatment plan that will help you continue on your way to recovery when you have left the centre.


The most common and one of the most effective treatments for substance abuse is a detox. A detox allows the drugs and alcohol to be removed from your system. It can be dangerous if done alone as the withdrawal symptoms can prove to be too much for some people.

In a rehabilitation centre, you will receive round the clock care 24 hours a day while doing a detox. Medically trained staff will monitor and support you throughout the entire process. Most importantly they are able to provide medication should the withdrawal symptoms prove too much.

While most consider the detox to be the most difficult part of the recovery process, while challenging, it is manageable within a rehab setting. It can be difficult, but it gives your body the best chance to avoid cravings and for you to live a healthier life.


Substance abuse can have a long-lasting psychological impact. A rehabilitation centre focuses on improving your mental health along with your physical health.

Following your detox, you will be introduced to group therapy where you are able to openly discuss your experiences and feelings in a safe and understanding environment. A trained member of staff will supervise these sessions and aid in your recovery.

From our initial assessment, we will see what kind of mental health help you are in need of. This can range from the standard group therapy, or in some cases a more hands-on approach is needed.

Coping mechanism sessions are an important step towards recovery. In these sessions, you will be taught how to handle your cravings once you leave the centre. You will learn tools that you will incorporate into your everyday life.

Some people working through the rehabilitation programme require private therapy sessions, to best unpack their problems and get the help they need. During your assessment, we will find what type of therapy you need and make our referral accordingly.

Following your stay at the rehabilitation centre, you will be offered aftercare services. This tends to be a support group filled with people going through a similar experience. These support groups give you accountability and help you stay on track with your recovery.

Aftercare services also recommend follow up therapy sessions so that a trained professional can track your process and offer individual support. Having regular sessions will help to understand your reason behind substance abuse, and allow you to avoid relapses in the future.

More at the rehabilitation centres

The key to recovery is a lifestyle change that makes healthy substance-free living possible.

Within a rehabilitation centre services can be offered to help you make these changes. Being drug and alcohol-free is a good start for your body’s health, but without a balanced diet and plenty of exercise recovery will be hindered.

During our assessments we will evaluate your ability to care for your body, and if you need to be referred to a rehabilitation centre that offers nutrition workshops and exercise classes. You will learn how to prioritise a healthy diet over your cravings and look after yourself.

Why rehab?

Long term recovery should be the goal, and the best way to achieve that is through the services available at rehabilitation centres.

As we already mentioned it can be dangerous to try and recover on your own. Detoxing without medical assistance can lead to death, it should only be done when monitored by trained professionals.

Through Rehab 4 Addiction we can match you with a rehabilitation centre ideal for your needs. A centre that will give you the best chance at a successful long term recovery. We offer a surface dedicated to finding the safest and best place possible for you in the Hertsmere area.

The idea of going into rehab can be intimidating. It is a long and difficult process but ultimately a rewarding one. There is no quick fix for drug or alcohol dependency, only time and patience will offer results.

The best place to get those results is in a safe rehabilitation centre, where you can be cared for and receive the treatment you deserve.

This won’t be easy but you have already started. If you’re ready to take the next step towards a drug and alcohol-free life please call for a free assessment: 0800 140 4690.

Our team is standing by to help.

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