Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Trawden

Are you living within the Trawden area and have noticed a change in your mental and physical health? Are you considering private rehabilitation but don’t know where to begin?

At Rehab 4 Addiction, our team can help provide support to you during this time of hardship.

We are an advisory and referral service working closely to help those suffering from substance addictions as well as behavioural addictions.

Have you been struggling alone for a long time? Now is the time to seek help. We can help take the stress out of finding the right rehab clinic by adjusting our recommendations to suit your exact requirements.

Our team are available 24/7 to offer judgement-free and confidential guidance, call us today on 0800 140 4690 to find out more about how Rehab 4 Addiction can help you.

How to spot an addiction

In yourself, addictions can be very difficult to spot. Likewise, if you are worried about a loved one it can be challenging to identify the correct signs and symptoms.

If you are worried about your consumption and think your substance abuse is bordering on addiction, ask yourself the following questions:

  • Do you struggle to go an entire day substance-free?
  • Do you drink or take drugs privately so no one will find out?
  • Do you feel the physical effects of withdrawal when you cannot consume substances?
  • Have you lost weight very quickly and noticed changes in your appearance?
  • Have friends or colleagues approached you with concern for your wellbeing?

If you have answered yes to the above questions, it is likely you are struggling with an addiction. We advise you to call our team immediately to begin admission to a local facility.

Why should I seek help?

Some people struggling with addiction often underestimate the severity of their problem and refuse to believe they need help. This is called denial and can stop many people from accessing the high-quality care they deserve.

Attempting to treat addiction alone can be dangerous and is never recommended by Rehab 4 Addiction. If you are struggling, we urge you to reach out as soon as possible.

There is often a misconception that one must hit an ultimate low (rock bottom) before seeking professional help.

This can put further strain on your body both physically and psychologically, and even cause irreversible damage.

Seeking professional help can ensure your addiction is treated in the best possible way.

With access to leading treatments and luxury facilities, private treatment can help you recover safely and quickly.

What happens in rehab?

Rehab is a personal experience for each individual, however, there is a basic framework upon which tailored programmes are based.

Rehab usually begins with a detox programme which allows your body to cleanse itself of toxins left behind by prolonged substance abuse.

This is a challenging part of rehab for many people and the duration of your detox programme depends on the severity of your addiction.

It is important to remember that whilst this may be unpleasant, it is far better to undergo this programme in a medical facility where professional staff can ensure your safety and wellbeing at all times.

Once this programme is completed, you will be able to move on to therapy.

Most clinics across the UK implement a range of both traditional and modern therapeutical techniques to ensure all clients can experience a wide range of psychological healing.

From group therapy to equine therapy, private rehab allows you the time and space to explore difficult feelings and work on locating the root of your addiction.

Connecting with others who are in similar situations and are also working towards recovery can help motivate you to reach sobriety.

What happens after rehab?

One of the biggest benefits to private treatment is the extension of care that continues even after the programme has concluded.

As you near the end of treatment, you will find yourself well-equipped with numerous skills and knowledge that will see you into a healthy recovery post-rehab.

The thought of returning home causes feelings of anxiety to some clients as social and environmental triggers are unavoidable.

However, by completing a stay at a residential facility you will be able to learn healthy coping mechanisms that allow you to deal with problems if they should arise.

Your chosen clinic will stay in close contact with you during the first twelve months of your newfound sobriety to ensure you remain safe and well.

The first year can be tough, but with the ongoing support available to you, you will be able to thrive.

This continuation of support is called aftercare and usually takes the form of group therapy sessions in both your previous clinic and within your community.

These additional sessions can help you take suitable steps to remove any distractions from your new life.

Before you leave rehab, you will also draw up relapse prevention plans with support workers.

This plan can be very beneficial upon the return to home life, allowing you to reflect on your personalised plan should you need further assistance.

Relapse prevention plans can also allow you to identify key triggers relating to your addiction and the ways to overcome them.

Reach out to our friendly team today

If you are ready to accept professional help from a rehab clinic in Trawden, our team will be more than happy to assist you.

Contact us today at 0800 140 4690 to begin the process of accessing the quality treatment you deserve.

For many years, we have helped people all across the UK access the care they require.

Addiction isn’t a battle that should be fought alone, reach out to our team today.

Are you ready to reclaim your life? Are you looking forward to reaching sobriety? Are you willing to remain committed to treatment?

If so, contact us on the telephone number provided or talk to a team member via the live chat function on our website.

The sooner you call us, the sooner we can begin to find a tailored clinic that suits all of your needs.


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