Rehab 4 Addiction

Are you looking for drug and alcohol rehab in the Isle of Man? Are you overwhelmed by the choices that have already been presented to you?

Have you given up hope of getting your life back to the way it was before? If any of these apply to you, then you’re in the right place.

We have information here about treatment, to clarify anything you might be confused about. We’ll also go over all of the choices to be made, so you’ll have more clarity on where you could go next.

And to touch on that last one, we also want to reassure you that there is always hope for recovery. Addiction is unfortunately very deep-rooted and complex, so it’s managed rather than cured. But you can look forward to a better future with the right kind of treatment.

How can I choose what’s best for me?

When looking into drug and alcohol rehab in the Isle of Man or anywhere else, many people find themselves overwhelmed by the depth and complexity of this subject. There’s inpatient vs outpatient (more on that later), treatment can change depending on what you’re addicted to, as well as of course the severity of your addiction.

But luckily you don’t have to make all of these decisions for yourself. If you choose to get in touch with Rehab 4 Addiction, after a conversation to assess your needs, we’ll come up with a personalised treatment plan that works for you.

This is another reason why reaching out as soon as you can is so often the right choice. We can take the stress out of these earlier stages, by guiding you based on a combination of what you tell us and our previous experience.

In our assessments or the assessments of any other organisation, there are a few questions you’ll typically be asked. Some of the most common are:

  • How long has your addiction been happening for?
  • Does anyone else know about your addiction?
  • What are you addicted to?
  • Have you tried to get help before?

But these questions can of course vary from assessment to assessment, so don’t be too surprised if they’re a bit different in certain circumstances.

Is residential rehab the right choice?

Drug and alcohol addiction treatment is generally initially divided into two categories: inpatient and outpatient. Inpatient is the most common, as it’s mostly recommended to those with moderate to severe alcohol or drug dependency.

As the “in” part of the name would suggest, it means you’ll stay at and be treated in a residential rehab facility. A lot of people find the 24/7 access to care, as well as the change in environment, the key to breaking the toxic cycles that they were previously in.

This can also apply to people with negative home environments worsening their addiction.

Of course, some people are in the opposite of those circumstances and would feel very uncomfortable being treated away from home. Or they could have a less severe problem that doesn’t require something as big as residential rehab.

That’s where “out” patient treatment comes in. Many of the same treatments will be available to you if you go down this path, but in a more localised context.

For example, both inpatient and outpatient treatment often use therapy and counselling. The only difference is that the therapy in inpatient treatment will be in a centre and in a wider context of treatment all around you. On the other hand, outpatient therapy would most likely mean visits to a local therapist.

It’s also the same for physical treatments, such as massages, reflexology and acupuncture. If it turns out to be a kind of treatment that suits you, you’ll go to sessions of these in both inpatient and outpatient. But the context in which you’re experiencing them will be different.

Rehab 4 Addiction offers several programmes on the Isle of Man, covering all kinds of treatment, as well as a huge range of addictions. We also have several specialist rehabs, which also cover multiple mental health issues. If you contact Rehab 4 Addiction, we’ll be able to discuss which ones specifically are right for you.

Aftercare

Any addiction expert will tell you that, due to the difficult physical and psychological nature of it as a disorder, it’s a lifelong battle. As such, aftercare is always recommended to those finishing their initial treatment plan.

Whether you’ve been through inpatient or outpatient treatment, this will most likely take the form of continued localised treatment, covering both the physical and psychological sides of addiction.

Getting help

If you choose to get help, you’ll likely continue to reap the benefits of it for years. You’ll learn lifelong skills and will finally be able to confront any traumas that led to you becoming an addict in the first place. With time away, if you choose residential rehab, you can reassess your life from an outsider perspective.

Then, if you need to make changes in your life post-treatment, you’ll hopefully gain a fuller understanding of what those changes need to be.

One more important thing to remember – no matter what stage you’re at, you can contact Rehab 4 Addiction at any time. We’ll always be here to listen and to guide you on where to go next.

You may contact us today on 0800 140 4690 or submit an enquiry through this website.

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