Rehab 4 Addiction

If you’ve been struggling with addiction, it’s time to ask for help. At Rehab 4 Addiction we offer confidential support. By talking to our team today we can find you treatment in a rehabilitation centre in the Hindley area and Wigan.

We remain non-judgemental and are here to listen. If you feel like your addiction is taking over your life, we ask you to get in touch, today. Addiction can be a very tricky problem to try and tackle on your own and we would always advise seeking professional help.

Should I really try and seek support?

You may think that your addiction isn’t as bad as others or that you have it under control. Many people with drug and alcohol addictions believe they can stop taking substances at any time, but this can be dangerous. A sudden withdrawal that is not managed medically can result in illness and hospitalisation.

We offer detox programmes that are medically approved. They take place when you enter one of our clinics and are overseen by professionals meaning you are always under care and supervision. Our main concern is your safety, we want to see you recover in a healthy and protected environment.

Reaching out for professional help can be the first of many successful steps on your road to recovery. At one of our rehab clinics in Hindley, we can offer you a residential stay to ensure you leave your addiction behind for good.

What happens at rehab?

If after speaking to our team, we believe rehab is the right course of action for you, we will enrol you on a three-course treatment programme in Hindley.

We usually begin with a detoxing programme that means your body can start to adjust to life without the substance you’re addicted to. This can be unpleasant as the chemicals in the brain are changing.

However, try not to worry too much about this as the detoxing programme is monitored by medical professionals. Your safety is important to us hence why we offer a luxurious clinic for you to reside in during your treatment.

During a detox, your body is doing all of the work for you. The main purpose of detoxification is to safely manage your withdrawal symptoms in a professional and clean environment.

Our staff on-site can also prescribe medication to keep you comfortable. This is far better than trying to detox at home which is rarely successful.

Attempting to do this at home can lead to seizures and dehydration and can cause you further damage as you struggle to manage your cravings.

We don’t expect you to enter our clinic and begin detoxing, our medical team will help evaluate you beforehand and offer support. They take into consideration the severity of the addiction as well as how long you have been using for. Medical detox is very important and under our supervision can eliminate complications that you may find outside of rehab.

Do I really have an addiction?

It can be hard to spot addiction especially in yourself as one of the main aspects of this illness is denial. However, if you’ve noticed that your drug or alcohol intake has increased it can be hard to ignore. You may want to ask yourself a few of the questions below to try and understand if you’re suffering from addiction:

  • Do you drink alcohol or consume drugs to try and forget things?
  • Do you feel depressed or unwell if you can’t access a specific substance?
  • Are you taking substances secretly or lying to others about your whereabouts?
  • Are you anxious about where you can find money to pay for drugs or alcohol?
  • Has your appearance changed rapidly?

If you answered yes to any of the questions above, you may have an addiction. You could also be experiencing withdrawal symptoms, which left untreated can become fatal.

We want to help you, get in touch today. A stay in one of our residential rehab clinics may well be the help you need to get your life back on track.

Does treatment end after rehab?

No, our care to you does not end once you leave rehab. We know treatment is the beginning of long-term recovery, and we want to ensure you succeed. During your time in rehab, we can help put things into place for you such as relapse prevention and arranged therapy sessions to make sure you are receiving the best support possible.

Relapse is often the most feared part of recovery with many thinking it is a sign of failure. This is not true and signifies that greater changes are needed. Perhaps your commitment is wavering, or you need a more stable routine.

Whatever the root, we can help. If a relapse does happen all we ask is for you to remain honest about when it occurred and, if you can, tell us why. Our staff will not judge and are here to offer support and guidance.

Our support does not stop when you leave our care. Our commitment to you stays the same and you can get in touch with us at any time to discuss any worries you may have. We know that addiction can have repercussions on many aspects of your life which is why we develop your recovery plan with that in mind.

We offer family therapy so you can work through any relationship worries with loved ones, as well as group therapy so you can remain surrounded by peers in a professional environment.

We urge you to contact us today on 0800 140 4690 to discuss your addiction. By speaking to us as soon as possible we can help find you a place in a treatment centre in the Hindley area or refer you to services that may be more suited to you. This could be the first step to the rest of your life, don’t wait, get in touch with Rehab 4 Addiction.

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