Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in Kent

Are you looking for a quality alcohol rehab or drug rehab programme in the Kent area? At Rehab 4 Addiction, we offer a range of good Kent rehab options.

Alcohol and drug addictions cause damage to you and your loved ones. The longer you wait before getting clean, the more suffering they can cause.

Living in denial won’t help anyone. It’s better to trust professionals and follow their advice.

We provide quality treatment options in Kent. These include drug and alcohol rehabs in Kent. Residential rehab is one option to consider.

At Rehab 4 Addiction we know the negative impact of addiction. We know it can hurt your family life, work-life and health. Many people working for us are in recovery.

Contact us about drug rehab in Kent. We know what you’re going through, and we can help.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690.

Rehab 4 Addiction offers a variety of drug and alcohol rehabs in South East England, including London, Surrey, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Kent, East Sussex, West Sussex, Hampshire, Oxfordshire, and Brighton.

How do I know if I need to go to alcohol rehab in Kent?


It can be hard to spot addiction in yourself or others.

Below, we’ve made a list of some signs of addiction. If you spot any of these signs, it may be time to get treatment.

  • Heavy use. If alcohol or drugs become a daily habit, you may have a problem.
  • Inability to stop abusing substances. If you can’t or won’t cut down on your use, that’s another bad sign.
  • Social isolation. Avoiding other people in order to take drugs or drink is a sign of addiction.
  • Hiding levels of consumption. Lying to your loved ones about your substance abuse is another bad sign.
  • Financial hardship. If your usage is causing financial problems, you could have an addiction.

These are not the only symptoms of drug and alcohol addiction. Poor hygiene, bad mental health, messed up sleep patterns, and irritability is red flags to look out for.

Who is drug and alcohol rehab in Kent right for?

Group holding leafs

On a similar note, you might wonder what kind of people drug and alcohol rehab in Kent is designed for? The truth is that it works best for anyone who is out of control.

If you’re exhibiting symptoms of social isolation, heavy use and damage to your personal and/or professional life, then seeking out drug and alcohol rehab in Kent is very likely your best option.

More specifically, as we said in our guide to symptoms if you’re neglecting personal and/or professional responsibilities for the sake of your addiction, you should also seek out help.

There’s a difference between use, abuse and addiction:

  • Use simply means using drugs or drinking alcohol. It doesn’t mean that you have an addiction – and neither does abuse.
  • Abuse means using to a harmful extent. It’s damaging but is a level below addiction.
  • Addiction is a disorder that changes the way your brain works and physically prevents you from stopping your use/abuse.

This might happen physically, through withdrawal symptoms, or with mental barriers.

Finally, in the case of alcohol, we’d recommend treatment if you’re drinking over 30 units a week.

If you’re still unsure, don’t worry about it too much. We can always learn more about your situation, through both conversations and our assessment.

Then, we’ll be able to give you professional support and advice with full context.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690.

How do I choose the right treatment programme in Kent?

Two people hugging

Choosing the right Kent rehab programme can be tricky. If you are in the southeast of England and need rehab, Kent is one location to consider.

The inpatient rehabs here in Kent have very good facilities and experienced staff.

One part of choosing the right alcohol rehab programme in Kent is deciding between inpatient and outpatient programmes.

Inpatient programmes are for those who want to live in a treatment centre in Kent during detox and rehab.

Residential rehab gives you access to 24/7 medical care and takes away the risk of relapse.

We go into more detail about inpatient vs outpatient programmes below.

The admissions process for drug and alcohol rehab in Kent

Health and wellness massage for sports and fitness

To get help from Rehab 4 Addiction, all you need to do is get in touch with us. If you phone us or drop a message on our website, we’ll be able to give you support and advice immediately.

Outside of treatment, if you just have questions that you can’t find answers to, we’ll do our best to guide you.

Moving beyond that, we then usually complete a formal assessment, to learn more about your circumstances.

It can of course vary from situation to situation, but some of the most common questioned asked in assessments of this kind include:

  • What are you addicted to? – Different kinds of addictions often require different levels of treatment. If you’ve been suffering for longer, it’ll probably be harder to untangle.
  • How long have you been abusing drugs and/or alcohol? – Addiction often physically and psychologically gets worse over time, so long term addictions are often tricker to treat.
  • Does anyone else in your life know about your addiction? -It’s important for us to know the level of support you have in your current environment, as this will impact the amount of support you’ll need from your treatment. It might also inform the lifestyle changes you need to make in your relapse prevention plan.
  • Have you tried to get help before? – If we’re going to help you now, we need to know where you’ve been previously – more specifically what has and hasn’t worked for you in the past treatment wise

A majority of these will be presented in a questionnaire format. And before those questions, we’ll also assess your health.

Across this stage, we’ll try and figure out how to personalise your treatment. Every case of addiction is unique and has a lot of variables.

As we said earlier, different substances can have various effects and alcohol is also a different category.

Many people also have different underlying causes, which need to be rooted out for the addiction to get better.

Finally, many people are affected by addiction at different levels. It nearly always worsens over time, but certain substances are also more addictive than others.

After this, you can proceed to the three stages of drug and alcohol rehab in Kent: detoxification, rehabilitation and aftercare.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690.

Questions to ask when looking for a rehab centre in Kent


When choosing an inpatient rehab centre, there are certain things that you need to bear in mind.  After all, this is all about you and your own needs.

Here are some of the most common questions when choosing a rehab centre:

  • What Addictions does the Centre Treat?: You first need to know what types of addictions the facility treats. In this case, you should look for alcohol rehab or drug rehab programmes. During our initial telephone assessment, we will discuss your substance use in detail with you to see what sort of treatment you require, and for which drug
  • What Therapies Does the Treatment Entail?: Some therapies will entail group sessions as well as one-on-one sessions. Some treatment centres might also offer various holistic approaches, such as yoga and mindfulness meditation, as well as cognitive-behavioural therapy. Art and music therapy has been proven beneficial, but it’s vital that the centre offers the basics such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and the 12 Step Programme that can work around you
  • What are the Outpatient Options?: After the inpatient rehab treatment is complete, what are the options that the facility offer? Do they offer outpatient treatment after the rehab is complete? Aftercare is very important for keeping addictions at bay
  • Does the Facility Have the Relevant Licenses?: It’s important to know whether the facility has the proper licensing for performing the treatment. All of our rehab centres have been approved by the Care Quality Commission and they employ only private and fully trained medical staff
  • Are There Group Therapies?: Group therapies and support groups can help patients stay clean even after they leave the facility, so it’s important that the facility offers this. Rehab is all about creating the right sort of environment where you will have the best chance at recovery, and choosing a facility with a solid network of people is key
  • What are the Payment Options and the Cost?: It’s easier if the facility has a plan for payment and if the costs are fixed and transparent. If you are concerned about the financial side of rehab, do not hesitate to contact us and we can discuss your options with you as well as point you in the direction of financial relief

If you wish to find out more about your rehab options in Kent, or would just like to chat with a member of our team, contact us today.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690.

What is the difference between inpatient and outpatient treatment?

Walking outside

As mentioned previously above, here we will discuss the differences between attending inpatient treatment, or opting for outpatient treatment.

Inpatient Treatment

Inpatient treatment means living in rehab for up to 6 weeks. You will move into one of our state-of-the-art drug rehabs in Kent. There you will receive round-the-clock care.

Patients receive a programme of counselling. This takes the form of group support and 1-on-1 therapy. After leaving, patients receive aftercare to ease them into normal life.

Residential treatment in Kent is more intense. It tends to be better at curing people than outpatient courses.

Patients get all the benefits of outpatient treatment and more. These may include alternative treatments. Examples are yoga, acupuncture, massages, mindfulness, and more.

In residential treatment in Kent, the patient has no access to drugs or alcohol. This is a major advantage over outpatient programmes.

Outpatient treatment

With outpatient treatment, the patient enters Kent alcohol rehab in the morning. Then they go through a series of treatment sessions.

These include one-on-one sessions, group sessions, and workshops. In the evening, when all the sessions are complete, the patient can return home.

Outpatient programmes in Kent can take weeks or months. They tend to last longer than inpatient programmes. This is because they only take a few hours a day.

The problem with outpatient treatment is that patients have a greater risk of relapse. It can be harder to resist the urge to indulge in alcohol or drugs.

With residential treatment, there is no such risk. The treatment is also more intense.

Outpatient treatment allows the patient to keep up with other commitments. It is easier to balance with work life and home life. But it has a lower chance of curing you.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690.

What are my Kent treatment options?

Therapy room

We’ve talked already about the difference between inpatient and outpatient rehab programmes. In the next section, we go into more detail.

Choosing between inpatient and outpatient rehabs in Kent is really important. It can be a big factor in the success of your treatment.

To help you make the right decision, we’ve listed some of the points about both below.

How much does drug and alcohol rehab in Kent cost?

The cost of drug and alcohol rehab in Kent generally ranges based on two things: the length of your stay/treatment and the kind of room you go for.

A 10-day detox with a single occupancy room will usually be between £3,000 and £6,000. Multiple occupancies then go down to £2,000 to £4,000.

A 28-day stay, meanwhile, will be around £6,000 for multiple occupancies and £8,000 to £12,000 for single occupancy. Finally, an at-home detox will come to around £1,500.

Private vs Council funded rehab

People in circle holding hands

When you first start your rehab journey, you might wonder whether you should go for private or council-funded rehab.

This is something you can discuss during your initial conversations with us, but it’s also something you should at least think about going in.

In all parts of rehab, it’s important to have a good base of knowledge.

Doing as much research as you can beforehand, of this or any other issue, will make you feel more confident going into this process.

It will also allow you to make better decisions, especially in the initial planning stages.

Both have their benefits, but generally, private rehab is faster, easier to access and more personalised. This is primarily due to budget cuts for publicly funded services, in addition to long waiting lists.

On the other hand, the processes available through localised treatment could help you in the pre-rehab stages.

The other option does have pre-stages too – this is another case where either option could suit you.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690.

The criteria for substance abuse disorder (DSM-5)

Man with pen

The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders is considered to be an authority on mental health issues, including addiction.

In it, substance abuse disorder is defined by several criteria. These are:

  • Cravings to use the substance – If you find yourself constantly craving drugs or alcohol, that can be a sign of addiction that sets in early.
  • Wanting to quit but not being able to – Your barrier could be psychological, through mental cravings, or physical, through withdrawal symptoms. Either way, an inability to stop is what essentially defines addiction.
  • Continuing your use, even when it damages your relationships – Making amends to people you might have hurt is a major part of the 12 step programme for a reason. Drug addiction can often wreck more than just your health, causing you to damage relationships with various people in your life.
  • Neglecting parts of your life overall because of your drug and/or alcohol abuse – This could include relationships as mentioned above, as well as professional and/or personal commitments. You might also find yourself giving up hobbies you’d previously enjoyed, or at least losing interest in them.
  • Continuing said abuse even when it directly puts you in danger – If you’re at a severe enough level of addiction, you might also continue using in spite of a risk to your health, or even your life being in danger.
  • Taking the substance you’re abusing or drinking in larger and larger amounts – In addition to putting your health in danger, this can also result in dependence, where your body becomes reliant on whatever you’re addicted to. This will then result in withdrawal symptoms if and when you attempt to stop, as we mentioned before.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690.

What happens during drug & alcohol rehab in Kent?


Rehab 4 Addiction offers effective drug and alcohol treatment in Kent. When they arrive, all patients receive a full test from a trained psychiatrist.

Detox comes first. Then we use talking therapies and holistic therapies to treat the mental side of addiction.

This ensures we treat the root causes of this illness as well as its physical symptoms.

This is how the rehab process works:

  • Initial Assessment: During the initial assessment, doctors and therapists will run several tests and assessing questionnaires that will help them determine the course of the treatment. Usually, the first thing that we do is a health assessment, which will give us a better understanding of the patient’s health condition. Then, the patient will be asked several questions where it’s important that they remain completely honest and open. Nobody will judge, everybody will try to help. Then the doctors and therapists will analyse the results and devise an individual treatment plan. The word individual is important here, as not every patient will respond to universal treatment the same, so it’s important to assess every patient individually
  • Medically-Assisted Detoxification: During the detoxification process, the patient might start to feel the withdrawal symptoms that will vary in severity from patient to patient. Based on the tests from the initial assessment and blood work, the patient will receive medication to help with the withdrawal symptoms and to stabilise their condition. The crucial thing here is to get the patient mentally stable so that they’ll cope with the therapy and the symptoms better
  • Rehabilitation: After or during detoxification, additional therapies are just as important as the detox process itself. The patient will receive close attention at this point and will have access to talking therapies, group sessions, and one-on-one sessions. These can be crucial in the process of rehab, and the patient should be honest with themselves here. It’s much easier when you’ve got someone you can trust with your problems, someone you know won’t judge and will do everything they can to help you

Call us today on 0800 140 4690.

What does a normal day in Kent rehab look like?

Industrial bedroom with dark wooden floors

Most rehab programmes begin with a detox. A safe way to detox is under close medical supervision. Detoxing at home can be risky.

After detox, comes rehab. Rehab is not just about getting ‘clean’. It is about giving people the tools to stay sober in the long run.

We do this through a structured treatment programme. The aim is to give people healthy coping tactics for dealing with cravings.

Group therapy is after breakfast. It focuses on harmful patterns of behaviour. Group therapy is good for creating a sense of community and building peer support.

In the afternoons, patients have other therapy sessions. These will be based on their treatment plan.

They include individual therapy, CBT, and family therapy. 12-step meetings may happen after dinner.

There is also a few hours of free time every day for activities such as sports, reading, writing, or prayer. Patients go to bed at the same time every day to help them get a good night’s sleep.

How long does rehab last?

Female therapist with male

How long drug and alcohol rehab in Kent lasts will depend mostly on how severe your addiction is, as well as how well your treatment goes.

It generally ranges from a week to 90 days but could be much longer if you have a worse addiction.

Even things like your age can have an impact, as the physical toll of your drug and/or alcohol abuse will be worse if you’re older.

Finally, different types of treatment can have different time frames.

Mental and physical health therapies take a unique certain amount of time to work, so your treatment time will depend on which kinds you end up doing.

The bottom line of all of this:

  1. It’s difficult to pin an exact time down until you have a treatment plan
  2. It’s important that you don’t try to compare your experiences with other people, as everyone’s rehab journey is different.

Recovery from addiction is also a continual journey. Even after your formal treatment is over, you’ll need to continue fighting it.

Many people keep up with this by continuing to access support and advice, as well as support groups and other physical and mental health treatments.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690.

Alcohol detox and rehab in Kent

Group therapy - hands in air

Before mental and physical health treatments, nearly all treatment plans start off with some kind of detox.

Alcohol specifically slows down your brain, whilst also changing the way messages are sent back and forth. Your brain works to maintain those messages while you’re drunk.

Eventually, if you use and abuse alcohol enough, it will stay in that state even when there’s no alcohol in your system and specifically as the level of alcohol in your drops.

This then results in withdrawal symptoms, which can be a huge barrier to recovery.

Some of the most common withdrawal symptoms for alcohol are:

  • Headaches, shaking hands, nausea and disrupted sleep patterns, which usually occur 6 hours after your last drink
  • Seizures and hallucinations around 12 to 48 hours after your detox starts, although this only occurs in the most severe of cases. Dangerous symptoms like these are the main reason we advise against you detoxing alone.
  • About 5% of people with the most severe alcohol addiction experience the next one: delirium tremens. These are essentially delusions and hallucinations, which will occur about 48 to 72 hours after your last drink. Other symptoms associated with this are also an increased heart rate, confusion, fever and sweating.

The intention of a detox is to lessen all of these symptoms, by slowly reducing the amount of alcohol in your system.

That way, there’s no sudden shock to your system when your alcohol level drops.

Like all other detoxes, you’ll also be prescribed specific medication to help you through.

Rehab for cocaine

Diverse people in a support group

Cocaine specifically produces periods of hyperactivity, followed by a crash. Cocaine accounts for around 6% of addictions, with detoxes generally lasting for 7 to 10 days.

Many of the withdrawal symptoms associated with cocaine are psychological, especially as it specifically affects your central nervous system by increasing activity there.

More specifically, suddenly reducing your cocaine intake once you’ve developed dependence could result in:

  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Sweating
  • Exhaustion
  • Nausea
  • Headaches
  • Irritability

The contents of cocaine affect various hormones, which is what leads to addiction in the first place.

It influences the stress hormone norepinephrine, as well as:

  • Gamma-aminobutyric acid, which blocks signals in your brain and decreases the activity in your nervous system, producing a calming effect that many users enjoy
  • Serotonin, a hormone whose low levels are linked to depression
  • Glutamate, which is associated with learning as well as memory

Around 10% of people who are exposed to cocaine become addicted.

If you notice any of the above withdrawal symptoms, or if you find yourself neglecting any part of your life for the sake of cocaine use, you should get in touch with Rehab 4 Addiction.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690.

Rehab for heroin

Group therapy - teens - black and white

Along with other opiates, heroin is linked with severe physical withdrawal symptoms. They’ll generally start about 6 to 12 hours after your last dose and will peak at one to three days.

At the worst points, you may experience muscle spasms, nausea, tremors, sweating and increased irritability/agitation.

Following the general pattern of detoxes, most of these will fade after a week of slow, steady reduction of your intake.

The euphoric feeling that heroin users get from taking it comes from opioid receptors in the brain being activated. This is also where the category of drugs “opiates”, gets its name.

This activity then immediately compels you to do it again, which is why these are some of the most addictive drugs around.

As heroin is often injected, an increased addiction also carries risks of skin infection and blood illnesses like HIV.

The more times you take it, the more likely you are to use dirty needles that carry these diseases.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690.

Rehab for cannabis

rehab - outside photo of exterior building

Cannabis is almost in a different category, as its use is much more socially accepted and it’s even legal in some places.

Like other drugs we’ve discussed here, many people use it and are completely fine. But around 10% of users do become addicted to it, which can leave severe impacts in the long term.

The withdrawal symptoms here affect both your brain and your body. They include:

  • Sweating
  • Chills
  • A disrupted sleep pattern
  • Depression
  • Headaches
  • An inability to focus

Although users won’t always lead to addiction, as we’ve already established, many people find they experience symptoms like nausea and paranoia after using it once.

Beyond that, like any other addiction, if you find that you can’t stop yourself, professional help will be the best option.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690.

How do I prepare for rehab in Kent?

Couple meeting a therapist

If you or a loved one are going to inpatient rehab in Kent, it’s worth preparing.

You should tell your family what you’re doing. You should also tell me your place of work. This will be stressful but remember you’re not alone. We are here to guide and support you from start to finish.

The centre you choose will send out a list of items for you to bring when you have booked.

Here are some of the items you might need during your stay:

  • Names and numbers of people you think you may want to phone for support
  • Sentimental jewellery (if it makes you feel comfortable wearing it every day e.g. a wedding ring, a watch)
  • All prescribed medication, in its original bottle or packaging
  • Small change for things like vending machines
  • A form of ID
  • A notebook
  • Writing materials and stamps if you want to send letters
  • Pictures of your friends and family to make it feel homely
  • Any books you want to read
  • Enough clothes and beauty products to last for the period of treatment

Types of therapy on offer through drug and alcohol rehab in Kent

Diverse people in a supporting group session

As mental health issues are so commonly connected to addiction, mental health treatments are often a huge part of rehab.

Many people don’t realise that there’s a difference between therapy and counselling.

Specifically, the former is more personalised while the latter is more specialised. But they often overlap.

Some of the most prominent kinds of therapy and counselling used during drug and alcohol rehab in Kent are:

  • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) – The toxic thinking and behaviour patterns known as cognitive distortions can seriously hinder recovery, putting you in a spiral that will just keep on dragging you down.
  • Contingency management – This method uses a system of rewards to keep you on track.
  • Dialectal behavioural therapy (DBT) – This follows the same model as cognitive behavioural therapy. But this time, there’s more of a focus on processing emotions.
  • Art and music therapy – Arts help many people to process their emotions. In line with this, art and music therapy are often huge parts of the process.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690.

The importance of dual diagnoses for co-occurring disorders

head to head

Many people come into the drug and alcohol rehab process with multiple disorders or issues. This could be mental health issues, physical health issues, or even multiple addictions.

Either way, it’s important that all of these are acknowledged in the planning stages of your treatment.

As we work to individualise your treatment, we also need to take every piece of context into account.

To use one example: if you’re receiving mental health treatments solely for addiction and not any other issues you might have, it won’t work effectively.

The mental health issues that you’ve either developed as a result of your addiction or already had when it started, will still be there, unresolved at the end of treatment.

Treatment for multiple addictions is also more complex, as the different effects of both can often intertwine to make a tangled web.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690.

Relapse prevention planning


As addiction is a continual battle, you’ll also need to keep fighting after your main treatment is over.

Recovery isn’t impossible. But it does take a lot of work and addiction isn’t really something that can be fully cured.

Through drug and alcohol rehab in Kent, we can give you the tools for this. We can also support you through aftercare and beyond, whenever you need us, to make sure you’re on track.

It doesn’t matter how many times you’ve been through treatment. We’ll be there.

The aftercare stage, which typically follows detoxification and rehabilitation, can help with the post-treatment transition.

You’ll continue your healing on a localised level and will have all the support you gained in the main part of rehab behind you.

A good relapse prevention plan is also important in the long term. There are a couple of key components that need to go in there to make it truly effective, the first being any triggers or cravings.

You need to identify this right from the start, so you can catch them out.

You’ll also need a plan for if you do relapse, as well as contact details of anyone you’d want to get to in that situation.

That way, if the worst does happen, exactly what should happen will be set in place.

Finally, if you have any lifestyle changes to make once you get out of rehab, those should also be included.

This will be discussed during your treatment and could include work, your current home environment or your personal life.

This may be tough to accept, but if anything at home was fuelling your addiction, it needs to be confronted later down the line.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690.

Alternatives to rehab

Drinking coffee

You might be reading all of this and have realised that rehab of the kind we’re talking about isn’t for you.

That’s completely fine, as there are many alternatives. First of all, you could contact your GP to look at localised options.

You also don’t have to go into a residential space if you’d be uncomfortable being away from home.

Even as a concept it can be too intense and dramatic for some, especially for homebodies in a supportive environment.

Inpatient treatment would suit those kinds of people, as well as those with less severe issues who don’t need treatment that’s as intense.

In this scenario, you’ll recover at home, while making regular visits to a centre.

Many of the treatments are similar if not the same to residential rehab. But the environment is different and suits a lot of people more.

This is something else that we’ll be able to discuss in our initial conversations, if and when you choose to get in touch with us.

Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous

Addiction can often make people feel alone. But there are so many people experiencing the same issues as you.

Through groups like alcoholics anonymous and narcotics anonymous, you can all support each other.

In these confidential sessions, you can also share your story and hear the stories of others too.

This can be very emotionally freeing, especially if you’ve been keeping everything bottled up for all this time.

This is also something that you can access in any kind of rehab, or even after you’ve finished treatment.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690.

A guide to interventions

If you have a loved one you can’t get through to, an intervention could be a good choice.

During a pre-arranged meeting set up by people in your life with concerns about you, a professional will lead the conversation while they discuss their feelings and express their concerns.

In many cases, each person participating in the meeting will be asked to write a letter.

Those letters will then be read out loud to the potential addict and will hopefully sway them towards getting help.

Subjects within these letters usually include:

  • What the person at risk means to the person reading and writing the letter
  • The effect that the addiction has had on them
  • Details of how they’d like to move forward, with whatever kind of relationship they have with the person
  • Finally, it usually ends with them asking the person to get help

That’s the classic, traditional way of doing things But many interventions these days also use the “CRAFT” approach – this stands for Community Reinforcement and Family Training.

Here, you’ll learn to encourage your loved ones’ recovery, while reinforcing/rewarding them for showing sobriety.

A few of the key components of CRAFT are:

  • Understanding how to communicate positively with your loved one, even if you feel frustrated
  • Take steps to take care of yourself, your loved one and your family.
  • Using positive reinforcement to encourage their recovery

Everyone involved benefits from the CRAFT approach.

You’ll learn how to help the person you’re concerned about, as an alternative to the direct confrontation that sometimes doesn’t produce a response.

Like many of the mental health treatments used in this process, it can also be used for a variety of other issues.

If and when you choose to get in touch with us, you should discuss which method would suit your situation more.

Can my family be involved in inpatient treatment in Kent?

We appreciate the negative impact of addiction on family members. For this reason, we encourage families to get involved at all stages of the process.

  • Initial assessment
  • Assessment upon admission
  • Detox
  • Therapy – both group work and 1-on-1 therapy
  • Aftercare

Patients can use their laptops, tablet or mobile phone during rehab. This ensures they may contact their loved ones during their stay.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690.

What is the aftercare process?

Residential treatment in Kent is only the first step towards recovery. The most important thing is staying clean in the real world.

That is why we offer the highest quality of outpatient therapy and support. This continues after you leave rehab. You will be able to contact us for support at any time.

Patients are always welcome to come back at any time if they are struggling.

All of our residential rehab programmes in Kent are backed up by a years’ worth of aftercare.

We keep close contact with our patients in the weeks and months after they leave our care. This helps reduce the risk of relapse.

Group therapy and support from everyone at our rehabs mean that our patients feel supported.

We aim to get everyone who comes through our doors clean and keep them clean.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690.

Let us help you

In our rehabs in Kent, you will get 24/7 support and care. This is from specialists with years of experience.

They will do all they can to help you. That means one-on-one sessions, therapy, holistic treatments, and more.

You’ll be able to stay sober without the urge to relapse during your stay.

You can expect complete and total devotion to our patients. Rehab 4 Addiction officers a range of addiction treatments in Kent, including Maidstone, Gravesend, Canterbury, Dover, Margate, Folkestone, Gillingham, Ramsgate, Tunbridge Wells, Sevenoaks and Dartford.

All of our rehabs and treatment centres in Kent offer the highest standard of services.

Ready to get help?

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we offer high-quality rehabilitation & detoxification services tailored to your individual needs.

To discover your road to recovery, call us today on 0800 140 4690.

Latest Blog Posts

Cannabis and the Brain

Posted on Saturday, June 18th, 2022   Despite being an illegal controlled substance, cannabis is one of the most widely used drugs in the UK, and use has been largely destigmatised. Although cannabis cannot cause an overdose in the same way that heroin or cocaine can, the drug can cause an immense amount of damage in terms of cognitive function and […] .... Read More

Cannabis and Depression

Posted on Wednesday, June 15th, 2022 There has been much research and interest over the years into the effects that cannabis has on our mental health and cognitive abilities. A great deal of attention has focused on whether cannabis use leads to psychotic symptoms and schizophrenia, but it has also been claimed that cannabis use can lead to depression and other […] .... Read More

Loneliness Awareness Week 2022: How Loneliness Affects Our Mental Health & How to Combat it 

Posted on Sunday, June 12th, 2022 Man alone Loneliness awareness week in 2022 will be hosted from the 13th to the 17th of June. The week highlights the importance of awareness and acceptance of loneliness, and how we can help ourselves and others. Loneliness is an emotional response, one many of us feel far too often. It is a response to perceived isolation; it’s […] .... Read More