Rehab 4 Addiction

If you’re looking for a drug or alcohol treatment centre in or near Huntingdon, Rehab 4 Addiction can help.

We match you up with a successful residential rehab or outpatient clinic that will support you in your journey to recovery.

All you have to do is call us on 0800 140 4690. In this phone call, we will discuss your history of addiction and your treatment preferences. This will help us to find you a treatment centre that meets your needs.

For example, if you decide you would rather undergo treatment somewhere other than Huntingdon, we can begin to search for treatment centres elsewhere in the UK.

The first conversation can seem intimidating, but our compassionate staff will provide a non-judgemental environment in which you can bring up any concerns you may have.

Often, the hardest part of recovery is admitting you need help. After hiding an addiction for so long, the thought of opening up about it can be terrifying.

However, the good news is that it gets better. When you open up and ask for help, you’re already well on your way to sobriety.

Residential Rehab in Huntingdon

Residential rehab is a chance to learn how to handle your addiction away from the usual triggers.

Based on the information we gather in our phone call, your chosen drug and alcohol rehab centre will create a personal treatment plan to carry you through your stay, which prioritises your mental and physical wellbeing.

Though residential rehab is a completely individual experience, there are a few key things every client can expect.

First, you will undergo a detox process, and then you will focus on rehabilitation, which includes regular therapy sessions. These sessions teach you to be mindful of your mental state and to practice healthy coping mechanisms, many of which are employed in rehab (e.g. exercise and healthy eating).

Before completing your treatment in rehab, you will help to produce an aftercare plan that covers the 12 months following your stay. The type of aftercare you receive depends on your needs, but everyone is encouraged to visit local peer support groups to maintain the communal aspect of rehab.

You can trust Rehab 4 Addiction to pair you with a high-quality centre with expert addiction staff. We only select drug and alcohol rehab centres that boast excellent statistics.

By putting you in contact with a centre that has helped countless clients to successfully complete their treatment, we are hoping you can beat your addiction and become a living success story.

Can I Commute to Rehab?

This is a popular question for those who have serious commitments at home, for example a young family or an important job.

It is possible to attend an outpatient clinic in Huntingdon, meaning you would stay at home and travel in each day for treatment.

However, in the majority of cases, this is not recommended. Anyone with a significant substance abuse problem needs to be taken away from their current environment and placed in a residential rehab centre that is set up to help them recover.

Unfortunately, you cannot commute to residential rehab due to its intense nature. You will need to leave your responsibilities at home while you concentrate on recovering. When you leave rehab and return to your responsibilities, you will have a fresh perspective and plenty of motivation to stay sober.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below, we offer several Frequently Asked Questions to assist you in the process of learning about rehab:

What Can I Go to Rehab For?

Many people associate rehab with just alcohol, but there are many addictions that can be treated in residential rehab centres. These include: prescription drugs, marijuana, cocaine, ecstasy, heroine, and many others.

When Can I Go to Rehab?

When you contact Rehab 4 Addiction, we act as fast as possible to find you the best treatment centre in Huntingdon. This means you could start rehab within days of contacting us.

How Long Will I Stay in Rehab?

Generally, residential rehab programmes last around 28 days. However, we cannot predict the length of your stay as it depends on multiple factors, including how long you have been dependent on substances and the speed at which you are recovering in rehab.

All of our team are all living their lived ‘in recovery’. You can contact us today on 0800 140 4690.

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