Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Hythe

Drug and alcohol addiction is more prominent than people believe, in all areas of society. If you’re living in Hythe or the surrounding area and struggling with an addiction problem, you’re by no means alone; and there is local help available.

Those struggling with addictions often delay recovery, often mistakenly believing that their level of addiction is not bad enough. The truth is, the earlier an addiction to drugs or alcohol is addressed, the easier it will be to resolve.

It can be challenging to seek out professional addiction treatment, but it offers you the best possible chance of recovery and turning your life around.

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we can offer advice, support and referral to some of the country’s most highly renowned private rehab facilities, whether that be local to Hythe or elsewhere in the UK.

The Rehab 4 Addiction team are experienced addiction referral specialists, most of whom are in recovery, so they can offer a first-hand perspective of the process and its potential for success.

Contact us today on 0800 140 4690, or ask for a callback via our web contact page.

Can I recover locally in Hythe?

There are high-quality addiction treatment centres available in and around Hythe, so you won’t need to travel far from home if you don’t want to. Some people actually prefer to distance themselves from their hometown and daily lives, finding value in the remoteness of attending rehab in another county.

There are, however, a number of benefits to local addiction recovery treatment programmes.

First of all, travel arrangements are easier, both for yourself and your family visitors, should you opt for residential rehab. There are outpatient drug and alcohol rehab services available in Hythe, however, these are only recommended for very minor or new substance abuse issues.

Again, these would be more easily accessible in the local area.

Another benefit of local recovery is the potential to attend aftercare services linked to your rehab programme, which usually take place locally. You may also benefit from making connections and developing a support network throughout your rehab stay, which is easier to maintain if you live nearby.

For the vast majority of cases, we will recommend residential rehab treatment, regardless of your preferred locality, as it offers the best opportunity to recover from drug and alcohol addictions.

These programmes are considered to have the highest success rates and our partners are all high-quality facilities, which are regulated by the CQC (Care Quality Commission).

Can I achieve long-term addiction recovery through residential rehab?

Residential rehab offers the most potential to achieve sustained addiction recovery, as it addresses both the physical and psychological attachments that you have to drugs and/or alcohol.

The reason that many people who attempt to detox independently will relapse, is because the underlying reasons for their addiction remain intact.

Independent detox attempts are also not recommended due to the risk involved. Withdrawal symptoms range from person to person and substance to substance but have the potential to be life-threatening if they are not carefully managed.

Attending medically assisted detox as a part of your residential rehab program not only offers a safer option, due to the 24-hour monitoring from trained medical personnel, it also offers a more comfortable experience.

Prescribed medications can often ease withdrawal symptoms, which can be further minimised by the gradual and calculated reduction of substance use.

A range of mental health support services and renowned psychological therapy types are used to address the mental connections you have forged to drugs and alcohol.

Through one to one counselling and a range of group based therapy sessions, you will explore and address the reasons behind your addictive behaviours, what triggers them and how to keep them under control.

When you leave the programme, you will be armed with a relapse prevention plan and access to substantial aftercare services, which help you to maintain your sobriety going forwards.

Whilst you cannot be ‘cured’ of an addiction, it is possible to achieve a long-standing recovery and enjoy a fulfilling, sober life.

Easy access to private rehab in Hythe through Rehab 4 Addiction

Rehab 4 Addiction partners with a wide range of private rehab centres across the UK. This means that we are able to offer you an easy route into drug and alcohol rehab in Hythe and beyond, quickly and efficiently.

There is no need for a referral from your doctor, you can self refer, we just need your commitment that you are ready to recover, and we can set up an admission date within a matter of days, sometimes sooner.

If, like most people, you assume that private rehab is only for the elite, you’re wrong in your assumption, as there are a number of options available to suit different budgets and we will always consider your affordability as part of our recommendation.

Whether you’re seeking help for yourself or a loved one, at Rehab 4 Addiction, we can help you to secure the help and support that you need.

Contact us today at 0800 140 4690 and begin your journey to a new life.

 

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