Rehab 4 Addiction

Rehab 4 Addiction offers a variety of inpatient, outpatient and home-based addiction treatment programmes in Hillingdon, London. We initiate this process by helping you commit to your recovery.

It’s never easy to admit that you need help, and we do everything we can to help you overcome denial so that your recovery becomes a possibility.

When you contact Rehab 4 Addiction, you may be surprised to discover how easy it really is to begin treatment for drug and alcohol addiction in Hillingdon.

This treatment means it’s not necessary to live your life according to the demands of your addiction. You will be given enough help and support to assist you through this troubling time.

Help and support are available well into the future to ensure you remain on the ‘straight and narrow’ well into the future.

To discover how you may benefit from this treatment in Hillingdon and thus turn your life around, contact Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690.

Getting over treatment objections

You may resist the notion that you suffer from an addiction. This is largely due to the stigma sociality places on drug and alcohol addiction.

However, this stigma is far removed from the stance taken by medical experts across the globe who categorise addiction as a disease, not unlike any other form of physical disease.

You may also conclude that ‘going to rehab’ isn’t for you because you are not rich and famous. Overcoming these initial objections is key to ensuring your recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we literally ‘heard them all’ when it comes to people’s reasons for not admitting up to their addiction. We’ve crafted counter-arguments that address the majority of these common objections to attending a treatment programme.

When you contact us, we will help you ‘see the light’ and realise that most of these objections to entering recovery are not in your best interests.

Treatment options that match your needs

Once we have assisted you in overcoming any feelings of denial associated with your addiction, we shall then advise you on treatment options in Hillingdon that match your needs.

Given that addiction is a chronic disorder, it’s most beneficial for you to enter a treatment programme that’s long-term in scope.

We typically recommend you beginning your treatment in a residential facility and then continuing to undergo your treatment on an outpatient basis. This helps you avoid relapse when you are new to recovery.

When you attend a residential rehab in Hillingdon, you will begin to deconstruct the mental causes of your addiction. You will be given the tools to understand your addictive tendencies and you will also be given the tools to avoid relapse.

This knowledge will improve your health and also help you rebuild your loving relationships with those who have been negatively affected by your addiction to drugs or alcohol.

Before you begin to tackle the emotional causes of addiction, you will begin your treatment by undertaking a medically assisted detox programme. This will help you detox without suffering from physically discomforting withdrawal symptoms.

Some of these symptoms are discomforting, whilst other withdrawal symptoms are deadly. For instance, those undergoing an alcohol detox risk suffering from a deadly seizure when withdrawal symptoms are not correctly treated.

When you undertake a rehab in Hillingdon, you will avoid these risks because you will benefit from a medically supervised detox programme from the minute your treatment begins.

During your rehab programme, you will be given the opportunity to put all your energy into your recovery. You will not be required to cook food or complete common household chores.

All of these activities are taken care for you. Instead, you may place all of your energy and physical resources into getting better. This makes the task of ‘getting into recovery’ as easy as practically possible.

Outpatient treatment

Outpatient treatment will be made available to people completing a residential programme by way of an aftercare programme. Outpatient treatment is also available to people who cannot attend a residential rehabilitation in the first instance.

Outpatient treatment usually takes place for around 12-months following the completion of residential treatment. This is particularly advantageous for people who cannot attend a residential rehab programme due to work or family commitments.

During both inpatient and outpatient treatment, you will benefit from many different forms of therapy. This includes cognitive, behavioural and psychotherapeutic therapy.

These therapies aim to alleviate the emotional causes of both drug and alcohol addiction. Therapy sessions are offered through group and individual therapy approaches.

Getting help

You may locate rehab treatment options in London and in Hillingdon by contacting Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690.

Contact us today for free help and advice. Many of our helpline advisors have themselves overcome addiction problems in the past, we know what you are going through.

Get in touch today to change your life for the better.  Locations we serve in London include WandsworthMertonHarrowSouthwarkLewishamGreenwichHounslowLambethCroydonEnfieldEalingIslingtonHaveringCamdenWestminsterHillingdonRedbridgeHackneyNewhamBromleyBarnetChelsea and KensingtonKingston-Upon-Thames, and Notting Hill.

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